Laminated finish with solid wood trims, wear‐resistant laminate flooring, saloon table ‐ convertible to bunk complete with insert mattress, u‐shape settee, LED overhead lighting, concealed overhead rope lighting, overhead window with blind, ventilation through forward facing port lights, stowage space under settee cushions, forward doorway access to forwarding cockpit and foredeck, access to aft cockpit through the sliding door, 2 x loose Ottoman stools (upholstered) to be used as: chart table seat and settee seating.
High quality galley worktop surfaces, single lever mixer faucet with pull‐out sprayer large bowl s/s sink, dish and cutlery drying recess, Vitrifrigo 2 drawer front‐opening fridge and freezer, 4‐burner gas hob and oven, 10 gas oven, separate garbage bin locker, storage space in shelf lockers and microwave.
Five double beds (1.72m x 2.03m), laminated finishing with solid wood trims, wear resistant laminate flooring, 1 x hanging locker, bedside table outboard bedside with cave locker inboard, 1 x stowage drawer under bunk with LED overhead lighting, concealed overhead rope lighting, concealed under bunk rope lighting and 2 x LED reading lamps, overhead roller blinds for privacy, large hull window incorporating portlight and pleated blind, universal and 2 x USB power outlet.
Washbasin with basin mixer and high-quality worktop, under-basin locker with toilet paper holder, vanity locker with mirror, double towel rail, sliding or hinged heads door, dedicated trash can locker, shower compartment c/w lever mixer and adjustable shower rose, LED overhead lighting portlight with roller blind, overhead roller blinds for privacy and electric sea water flush toilet.
Guard wires with stanchions, bases, port & starboard side gates, guard wires across bow and stern, life raft locker with convertible fore/aft seat bolster, sliding companionway door/window, sliding hatch over forward cockpit steps, hardtop over forward and aft cockpit complete with LED lighting Hardtop bimini over helm with supports and LED light, folding swimming ladder c/w teak steps emergency ladder on port transom, aft cockpit table, fold down forward cockpit table mainsheet system, trampoline, helm seat with upholstered backrest.
Skipper is in charge of driving the boat, but if there are no other crew members on board, his jobs also include maintaining the boat, making all necessary smaller repairs during the sail, taking care of the paperwork in marinas, transferring the boat from one marina to the other between the charters and other. He could give you useful advice, point out some interesting places for you to visit or things to do, answer most of your questions and show you a thing or two about navigating and driving a boat.
Overall safety and pleasurable sailing mostly depend on good organisation, assigning duties and good relationship between the guests as well as between the guests and the skipper. Since you’ll be spending at least a week together at sea, it is important that you compromise and show respect for each other.
The skipper spends most of the time on board and always has plenty to do, so he doesn’t have much time to cook meals for himself, so you should take care of this – regardless if you are eating on board or dining out. If you want your privacy, the skipper doesn’t always have to eat with you. Sometimes he can eat after you, or go to a different restaurant. With the skipper, you won’t have any trouble finding common ground, and that is one of the main conditions for a pleasant and joyful sail.
The hostess is in charge of keeping the boat tidy, grocery shopping and cooking breakfast. If there is a skipper with the hostess on board, the two of them will take care of most things that must be done. Generally, we could split their tasks: he is managing the exterior, and she is in charge of the interior, but that is a little blunt. She will help him to anchor in marinas as well as with some minor repairs on the deck (if necessary). She is also here to answer all of your questions and help you with advice. She is constantly communicating with the guests, and you can ask her if you have any problems. Hostesses are, in the most cases, educated and well informed with the recent events, so they can help you, answer your questions, and clarify lots of things regarding local rules and traditions.
||50 ft 6 in / 15.4 m
||48 ft 11 in / 14.9 m
||26 ft 5 in / 8.04 m
||5 ft 3 in / 1.6 m
||77 ft 2 in / 23.52 m
||3 ft 3 in / 1 m
||2x 80 hp
|Engine No. Cylinders
||243 gal / 920 L l