This catamaran is very enjoyable to live and easy to sail, lots of open space and light, with real quality, each cabin is more like a suite with bathrooms and showers. The steering wheel is located on the fly bridge deck, each cockpit in the front and on the rear is very spacious, and everyone can enjoy his own space.
This boat is fully equipped for your comfort: barbecue, stereo CD player with auxiliary plug, cockpit speakers, and dinghy with outboard engine. The cockpit is the place where you will spend most of your time under the Tropics you can enjoy the very comfortable cushions as well.
Modern and complete equipment: GPS with navigational software, automatic pilot, AIS. Boat energy comes from generator.
Member since February 2019
After several years of permanence in the caribbean, we stands out not only because of the high quality of our service but also for the loyalty of ours customers who come from all over the world to sail on our comfortable, luxurious and perfectly well maintained vessels. Join us and share unforgettable moments with your loved ones.
We offers you ythe chance of hiring “bareboat” yachts (without skipper) or cruises with a crew, sailing from our base harbour in the French Antilles, on Martinique.
Experienced crew, with its base on Martinique can deal effectively with sea navigation and possesses a vast knowledge of the area. We speak different languages and are ready to comply with every wish you might express by providing a high quality , personalized service. Our priority is the customer´s satisfaction.
Usually this boat operates around Le Marin, MQ.
With the chance to explore a variety of distinct cultures, a Caribbean sailing vacation in the Windward Islands is the perfect way to discover this diverse region. A Sailo boat rental gives you the freedom to find your dream island.
Stretching from the shores of South America across the Caribbean, the Windward Islands are an island chain known for their diversity. Each of these unique islands has it’s very own character, with influences including French, British and Dutch all leaving their mark on the identities of these individual island nations.