Yacht Charter in St Thomas - Saona 47

1x2 white

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$17'700 - $27'000 per week
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Saona 47 Catamaran

LENGTH
14.32m
CAPTAIN
With Captain
GUESTS
8/8
CABINS
4
MIN RENTAL
week

About This Yacht

This beautiful Saona 47 comes equipped with 4 bedrooms and 4 full baths. 3 Queen cabins and one bedroom contains 2 single bunks. 

The Fountaine Pajot Saona 47 catamaran is a space machine in the truest sense of the word. Like all sailboats, it can carry you through the water and across space and time using nothing but the power of the wind—thereby making it supremely quiet and smooth. Unlike most other sailboats, though, it manages to do this while providing a vast amount of living space as well—not to mention the fact it does so in a package that remains supremely pleasing to the eye.

Approaching the Saona 47 from a distance, this emphasis on space is immediately apparent in the top deck, which measures nearly 100ft and is well equipped with sun lounges, not to mention a great view. Down a few steps is a large helm station with seating for two, and then down a few steps more you will find an immense afterdeck that flows into a wide cabin, a space that can entertain a dozen without any sense of crowding. Down again and you enter the boat’s private cabins, which are wider than those of many monohulls. 

In typical Fountaine Pajot fashion, everything is bright, open and contemporary, with neutral colors and clean-lined joinery that gives the boat the air of a fine urban apartment. The hulls are also fine below the waterline, but then flare rapidly to chines, which minimizes wetted surface for performance while maximizing interior space. Similarly, the long waterline translates into good average speed, while a high sail-area-to-displacement ratio means there’s plenty of power to drive the boat through the water. In other words, like the other models from this builder, the Fountaine Pajot Saona 47 is not only comfortable, but knows how to make tracks.
 

Specifications

Model
Saona 47
Type
Catamaran
Length
14.32m
Width
7.74m
Year
2018
People
8/max 8
Cabins
4
Berths
8
Bathrooms
4

Equipment

General

110 Volt Socket
Anchor
Autopilot
Bathing Platform
Bimini
Chart Book & Cruising Guide
Chart plotter
Complete safety equipment
Depth Sounder
Dinghy
Electric Anchor Windlass
Generator
Inverter
Navigation system (GPS)
Outboard Engine
VHF
Wind Instruments

Amenities

Air Conditioning
BBQ
Bedding, Towels
Cushions
Deck shower
Freezer
Fridge
Hammock
Hot Water
Kitchen amenities
Shower
Sunbathing cushions
Table
Watermaker
WC

Water sports & toys

Beach games
Diving equipment
Fishing equipment
Floating mats
Floating Toys
Snorkelling equipment
Stand-up paddle board
Tube
Underwater camera

Entertainment

iPod connectivity
Onboard WiFi
Stereo
Television
Boat pricing Unit
$ 17'700 - $ 27'000 per week
 
Services Price Unit Option
Fuel charge Included
3 gourmet meals per day Included
Linen (sheets & towels)  Included
Crew gratuities Optional
End cleaning Included
Scuba Diving Optional
Government tax and other service fees Included
Dockage Fees Optional
Wine with meals Obligatory
 
Extra equipment Price Unit Option
WIFI Included
Snorkelling equipment Included
Beach Games Included
Dinghy with outboard engine Included
Tube Included
Floating mats Included
Floating toys Included
Diving Equipment with Air Compressor on board Included
Fishing Gear Included
Stand-up paddle board Included
Underwater Camera Included
 
Skipper & Crew Price Unit Option
Skipper Included
Chef Included

Cancellation policy

Please enquire for cancellation policy.

Skipper

Brian

With close to a decade of experience taking people “into the wild”, Brian shares his sense of adventure with guests. Raised in Utah and frequently found at sea, Brian is confronted with questions as to how he became an ocean-going captain. Most people forget there is a small ocean, the Great Salt Lake, in his desert home. His father taught him a love for all activities in and around water. Reading sea-faring novels from the golden-age of discovery inspired him to lust for the horizon and he eventually made his way aboard expedition ships plying all the planet's waters. Alongside working for National Geographic Expeditions, he operated specialty charters through the Lesser Antilles on his own sailing vessel. As a USCG 100ton rated captain, his attention to detail and professionalism are integral to safe operation of the vessel. As a fellow human with passions in outdoor pursuits, he is a perfect companion for fun activities if you want to try your hand at at anything from surfing and kiteboarding to freediving and kayaking. Holding a degree in film-making, working as a videographer and being a reward winning photographer; he can create, upon prior request, a media package of the events that make your trip remarkable.

Chef

Elena

Elena's spirit awakens in the open. After traveling to over thirty countries, her instinct draws her to beautiful and isolated places. Her love for nature led her from jagged mountain peaks of Switzerland into the deep blue of the Indo-Pacific. She became a PADI certified scuba instructor in Komodo so she can share her love of undersea life with others. Join her for some scuba diving or become certified while onboard and see what the hype is all about! Growing up in an international household, her culinary influences are mainly French and Swiss with added spice from her travels, specializing in creating heart-warming dishes from the simplest of ingredients. She aspires to cater her dishes toward individual diets and has perfected eco-friendly, plant-based menu selections. Placing great importance on the dining experience, speaking three languages, and versed in the art of conversation makes spending time with her a joy, no matter where you are from.