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beneteau oceanis clipper 423 (2004)

Rodrigo e Giulia


  • 42 feet

  • 10 guests

  • 3 cabins

  • 2 heads

  • Captained

Rodrigo e Giulia


Description

The boat, Gaia, is a Beneteau Oceanis 423, produced by one of the most important boats’manufacturer of the world (Beneteau). It has one main saloon with dining table and kitchen, three suite cabins, one in the bow and two in the stern, and two bathrooms (unfortunately we don’t have jacuzzi yet!).
Gaia is a cruise oceanic boat, that means it is designed for those who want to enjoy sailing with no necessity of high speeds; it is safe and comfortable and the living spaces, inside and outside, are generous and well laid out.
The deck, with the cockpit, with ample living space, where most of the meals are eaten, especially when there is good weather, and you can also spend time there sunbathing or reading a good book. Gaia can host 6 people for the night since we also have a transformable dinette that becomes a double bed and, for a day trip, up to 8 people.


Details

  • Manufacturer
    beneteau
  • Model
    oceanis clipper 423
  • Year
    2004
  • Guest Capacity
    10
  • Cabins
    3
  • Single Beds
    6
  • Double Beds
    3
  • Bathrooms
    2
  • Number of engines
    1
  • Horsepower per engine
    55

Crew

We are a couple who decided to live our dream, combining our love for travel and passion for nature…for us the best compromise is living on a boat. We are sailing toghether on our sailboat Gaia since 3 years now. We started from Italy and the Mediterranean sea, through all the Spanish coast and territory until we reach Gibraltar and then we crossed to Canary Islands. Then we decided to cross again, this time the Atlantic Ocean: from Cabo Verde to Martinique and the Caribbean islands. At the moment we are in the amazing archipelago of San Blas where we are going to spend some time working with charters as we usually do when we decide to stop somewhere for a while. Something about us: Rodrigo was born in Brazil, he grew up next to the ocean and he managed to live his passion for it (second passion, after Giulia of course) through out the practice of different activities such as surfing, diving, fishing and sailing. He studied adverstisement and also became a professional photographer (until Giulia came and ended up with his career…ops!). They first met when they were both spending some time in the Chapada Diamantina…a gorgeous natural park where Rodrigo usually went to recharge his batteries from the chaos of the city…the place where everything begun. Since he was a child, Rodrigo has a natural inclination for the “beyond”…not as spiritual as you think; just a tendency to brake everything around him to discover how things work…so watch out for your stuff (kidding!) . As an adult anyway this behaviour is pretty convenient when there is something to fix: he is the fastest repairman you could ever imagine...sometimes it seems that he breakes things on purpose. Giulia was born in Italy, since she was a child she was curious about the new and the unknown; so as an adult she used this curiosity to travel and discover new places and cultures. Between one journey and another she also managed (unbelievably), to graduate at university (Foreign Literatures and Languages) and immediately decided to leave and to fly towards an unexpected destination…Brazil; taking the chance to work for an Ngo that deals with uncared-for children. Then she fell in love with the beautiful country and resolved to start travelling the way she had always dreamt about…just following her will and going with the flow on the river of life (what poetry!). In this way she managed to travel a good part of South America until she met Rodrigo that messed up everything (damn it!) and they began a new journey together.

Amenities

  • Stereo AUX input mp3 hookup
  • Stove / grill
  • Autopilot
  • Fishing
  • Fishing rod
  • Radar
Navigation & Safety
  • Autopilot
  • Radar
  • Chart plotter
  • GPS
  • Generator
  • VHF Radio
  • Tender/Dinghy
  • Depth finder
  • Bow thruster
  • Life jackets
  • Fire extinguisher
  • First aid kit
  • EPIRB
  • Life raft
  • Torch raft
  • Torch light
  • Binoculars
Entertainment
  • Stereo AUX input mp3 hookup
  • TV
  • CD Player
  • USB Connection
Comfort
  • Stove / grill
  • Refrigerator
  • Bed linen
  • Fresh water maker
  • Inverter
  • Warm water
  • Cockpit table
  • Electricity
  • Outdoor shower
Sports equipment
  • Fishing rod
  • Snorkeling
Activities
  • Fishing
  • Diving
  • Dining
  • Cocktail parties
  • Overnight stay


Boat Owner

Rodrigo e Giulia

Member since May 2016

We are a couple who decided to live our dream, combining our love for travel and passion for nature: for us the best compromise is living on a boat.
We are sailing toghether on our sailboat Gaia since 3 years now.
We started from Italy and the Mediterranean sea, through all the Spanish coast and territory until we reach Gibraltar and then we crossed to Canary Islands.
Then we decided to cross again, this time the Atlantic Ocean: from Cabo Verde to Martinique and the Caribbean islands.
At the moment we are in the amazing archipelago of San Blas where we are going to spend some time working with charters as we usually do when we decide to stop somewhere for a while.
Something about us: Rodrigo was born in Brazil, he grew up next to the ocean and he managed to live his passion for it through surfing, diving, fishing and sailing. He studied adverstisement and also became a professional photographer.
They first met when they were both spending some time in the Chapada Diamantina:a gorgeous natural park where everything begun. Since he was a child, Rodrigo has the inclination of braking everything to discover how things work: so watch out for your stuff (kidding)! As an adult anyway this behaviour is pretty convenient when there is something to fix: he is the fastest repairman you could ever imagine.
Giulia was born in Italy, since she was a child she was curious about the new and the unknown; so as an adult she used this curiosity to travel and discover new places and cultures. Between one journey and another she also managed (unbelievably), to graduate at university (Foreign Literatures and Languages) and immediately decided to leave and to fly towards an unexpected destination: Brazil; taking the chance to work for an Ngo that deals with uncared-for children. Then she felt in love with the beautiful country and resolved to start travelling alone. In this way she managed to travel a good part of South America until she met Rodrigo that messed up everything (damn it!) and they began a new journey together.

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Location and Destination Guide

Usually this boat operates around San Blas, Kuna Yala Archipelago, PA.


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