This stunning Trimaran emerged from the French builder Neel in 2017. This bluewater yacht is in a class of her own. She is the cutting-edge option for charter guests who crave the thrill of performance sailing, but require the living space of a much larger motor yacht.
Thanks to her triple hull construction, her super-wide, 29-foot beam is the average equivalent of a 130-foot superyacht build. This means that together, the guests can enjoy panoramic views from the main saloon, sprawl across the giant trampolines, or lounge on deck. Alternatively, everyone can have their own quiet space to read, relax, sun and commune with the sea.
The cockpit, protected by a hard bimini, is equipped with a fridge, grill and sink. Guests can relax on a pair of banquettes that stretch across the stern, or take a seat at the teak table, which seats eight, to dine al fresco. Steps away, the swim platform provides easy access to play in the sea.
The literally “open” architectural design of the main deck features sliding doors that stow away completely to unite the cockpit and interior saloon into one seamless, breezy space. There is a surround of large windows that add to the sensation of a floating villa. The en-suite primary cabin is uniquely positioned on this deck level. The amazing picture window, a wall of glass at the foot of the bed, provides a mesmerizing view.
Three additional guest cabins are located below. The center hull has a double v-berth forward with bathroom located a few steps down. Two other guest cabins with queen berths are positioned aft in the port and starboard amas/hulls (outriggers), with toilet/shower facilities in the bow.
The yacht skips effortlessly over the waves and is designed to cruise at 10 knots in a breeze, faster depending on the sails and conditions. For a yacht charter that combines sailing performance with the ultimate in luxury accommodations, this stunning trimaran is a dream come true.
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|€ 10'000 - € 13'250||per week|
|APA 20% (Advanced provisioning allowance)||Obligatory|
|Fuel charge||Included in APA|
|Full bedding sets and after-cruise cleaning||Included|
|Full board||Included in APA|
|Dockage Fees||Included in APA|
|Stand-up paddle board||Included|
|Dinghy with outboard engine||Included|
|Skipper & Crew||Price||Unit||Option|
|Captain||€ 250||Per day||Obligatory|
|Chef||€ 250||Per day||Optional|
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François is a citizen of the world. He grew up in Paris, Egypt, and the USA. He traveled extensively in South America. He has sailed across the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, His native language is French, and he is also fluent in English and Spanish. He has made lifelong friends around the world. Wherever guests come from, he knows intuitively how to make them feel welcome aboard.
François began sailing at four years old, took a few years off and then went back to the water at the age of 12, on every type of boat available: skiff, funboard, racing monohulls, Hobie Cat 16, Optimist, 420, 470, and vintage sailboats. In 1995 he was a Federal Sailing Instructor and by 1999 had earned his 1st degree sailing instructor certification. He sold power boats for 10 years and achieved a degree in Yachting Business. Then he launched his career in charter yachting.
Whether guests prefer an interactive or discreet charter, his goal is to provide the very best service. As an expert captain, he says, “I am there with great pleasure, but doing my job properly is my priority; safety first, then pleasure, then fun.” Friends describe him as highly reliable, responsible and with a good sense of humor. In addition to sailing, he enjoys bodyboarding, snowboarding, mountain trekking, traveling and sharing dinners with family and friends, both old and new. As a charter yacht captain, his motto is ideal: there is no problem, there are only solutions. Whatever the dreams and desires of guests, his goal is to make it happen.
La Mya is a French national who has been in the food industry since 2008 and has worked as a yacht chef since 2012. Her extensive experience in restaurants and yachts has taken her all over the world. Everywhere she travels she adds to her repertoire of gourmet recipes. Guests aboard this stunning Trimaran should prepare to loosen their belts.
La Mya excels at French cuisine and also specializes in Bulgarian, Italian, Corsican and Creole recipes. She also speaks fluent English and Bulgarian and basic Italian. Menu planning can escalate to deliciously unconventional for charter guests who are foodies or gourmets with a sophisticated palate. For most charter guests, her traditional dishes and comfort food get rave reviews. Whatever your preferences, La Mya is certain to step up to the plate.