Kundalini Private Yacht, Martinique

Ocean Yacht Ocean Star 56.1 (2003)


  • 56 feet

  • 12 guests

  • 5 cabins

  • 4 heads

  • Captained



The yacht is an Ocean Star 56.1-foot classic sailboat. This vessel was designed for the safe ocean and ocean cruises. It is special because we have made ourselves, with our own hands, an exceptionally comfortable and modern home.

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  • Manufacturer
    Ocean Yacht
  • Model
    Ocean Star 56.1
  • Year
  • Guest Capacity
  • Cabins
  • Single Beds
  • Double Beds
  • Bathrooms
  • Number of engines
  • Horsepower per engine


My affection for sailing started when I was a child. Once, when I was on holiday at Lake Balaton, near to Fonyód, I glanced a slim and beautiful sailing boat emerging from behind the reeds. It was love at first sight! Unfortunately, as I grown up in the Great Plain of Hungary, I could not get near to sailing. Because of that, I was just staring at boats through my father’s binoculars, sitting on the shore during my holidays. It was a classic, heavy, black, Russian binocular. I was just walking around the boats in the harbour, looking at them, and making dreams. I managed to get close to shipping in 2006. At that time I settled down with a 25 foot sailboat in the harbour of Balatonaliga. I have been dealing with shipping since that time. The usual inland adventures came after that: circling around Lake Balaton many times and mostly alone. Later Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Spain and France followed, and I even managed to sail in Norway, for two weeks. At the beginnings, I used to try to partner up with others. I kept my eyes open, made observations and learnt a lot. We used to participate in competitions at the Adriatic Sea, but all of these were not enough – maybe it is not the best word here – for me. Somehow it was not a complete thing… I wanted to sail alone… alone and a lot. Then some years alone came on the Mediterranean Sea. That was an amazing period in my life. I crossed the ocean two times. I went to the Caribbean, the Far East, and so on. I visited these places alone in most cases. It became clear to me that I must deal with sailing… I had to find a boat suitable for taking a journey around the world, which has a higher comfort level compared to those ones I used before. I used to cross the ocean by a boat in which did not even have a bed … I slept on a large backwind sail. I know life is not easy. I could be at home, watching TV programs broadcasted by National Geographic or travel channels. That would be safe, but I prefer to face challenges of everyday life: I make things fixed, I do sewing, cooking, fishing and I am ready to stay up at night, to be soaked by rain and so on. I want to be here … where everything is so different. This way is everything is so fine and complete for me. Soon I will reach the 30,000th marine mile. I found this Oceanis in March of 2017. In April, I arrived with four suitcases (three of which contained tools) with my friend, Tomi on board and together we started performing those endless tasks, which have already been listed by that time. There is no part of the boat which would not have been polished, cut, replaced or painted in the five months. I know the boat well! 1st of September – almost ready to start the journey! 9th of September – my girlfriend and I left Athen by the Oceanis. Journey has started! We reached Gibraltar through Greek, Albanian, Italian, French, Spanish, Morocco, Cabo Verde and Caribbean waters and sailed to the ocean. I am writing these lines in the port of BVI, Road Town city. There is a great deal of memory of adventure, landscape, taste and experience behind our backs. I feel that I have managed to build a boat which I was always craving for.


  • Stereo AUX input mp3 hookup
  • Stove / grill
  • Autopilot
  • Fishing
  • Kayak
  • Fishing rod
Navigation & Safety
  • Autopilot
  • Radar
  • Sonar
  • Chart plotter
  • GPS
  • Generator
  • VHF Radio
  • Tender/Dinghy
  • Depth finder
  • Bow thruster
  • Life jackets
  • Fire extinguisher
  • First aid kit
  • Life raft
  • Torch raft
  • Torch light
  • Binoculars
  • Stereo AUX input mp3 hookup
  • WiFi/Internet
  • TV
  • DVD
  • CD Player
  • USB Connection
  • Speakers on deck
  • Teak deck
  • Stove / grill
  • Microwave
  • Air conditioning
  • Refrigerator
  • Bed linen
  • Towels
  • Fresh water maker
  • Freezer
  • Inverter
  • Warm water
  • Cockpit table
  • Electricity
  • Outdoor shower
Sports equipment
  • Kayak
  • Fishing rod
  • Snorkeling
  • Fishing
  • Diving
  • Dining
  • Cocktail parties
  • Overnight stay

Boat Owner


Member since July 2019

We have always loved to travel, loved to sail, wanted to live freely, so we took that hard decision to leave everything behind us to go around the world. Come with us on this fantastic journey, take inspiration and experience the “Kundalini” feeling of life.

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Location and Destination Guide

Usually this boat operates around Le Marine, 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.

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What type of yacht should I charter?

No matter what type of yacht you choose to charter, we know that you will have a fantastic time on the water. If you are more about the journey, and want a relaxing time aboard, then choose from one of the many sailboats on the platform. If you are more about the destination, and going fast, check out the powerboats on Sailo. For an exclusive experience, Sailo recommends chartering a luxurious yacht for the day. Finally, Sailo has access to many event boats as well for group outings from 50 - 1,000 guests. If you are still unsure, then just ask! more...

What should I bring?

Bring yourself, and some comfortable clothes suitable to the season you are going to be out on the water. Please keep in mind that it is often 10 degrees cooler out on the water, so a jacket or windbreaker is never a bad idea. We also recommend bringing a hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses, as well as a swimsuit if appropriate for your charter location. Please coordinate with your captain regarding any food or drinks that you wish to bring aboard. For term-charters, Sailo recommends using soft-sided luggage, and keeping it simple. more...

How long does a rental last?

The basic daily rental is structured as either a quarter-, half-, or full-day. A quarter-day is two hours, a half-day is four hours, and a full-day is eight hours. You can also discuss a custom trip with the boat by contacting the owner through Sailo. Most term charters (weekly rentals) are from Saturday to Saturday. Keep in mind that the boat generally needs to be back at the dock by Friday evening, and you will need to be off the boat on Saturday morning so they can prepare the boat for the next guests. more...