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- Pendennis 78
- 23.6 m.
- 6.4 m.
- Engines 1 X Cummins 160 HP
- 1996/ Refit 2011
- 6ª PM-1-3-11
Pendennis 78 is an excellent sailing yacht dedicated to chartering for the 12 months of the year. Navigates the summer season in the Mediterranean waters (Balearics) and during winter in the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea and Bahamas.
Is a high quality sailing yacht with pedigree designed by the naval architect Rob Humphreys that offers extreme comfort to all guests. Her huge deck and interior space is uncommon from a sailing yacht, as many clients say, she is a sailing yacht with the living area of a motor yacht!
Besides offering luxury charters, Pendennis 78 is famous for making regattas with customers. Allows to experiment the feel of a high performance Maxi at the helm, trimming the new set of sails or making decisions for strategy and navigation.
Take time to relax and enjoy our comfortable luxury cabins. An exquisite menu and cocktails are always offered.
The crew is super experienced and even offer diving baptisms for guests as the captain is a licensed diving instructor.
Included: Crew (3 pax); Kayak; Kite board equipment; Paddleboard; Wakeboard; Water skis – adulto; 6 Scuba tanks; 7 Bouyancy compensators; 8 Regulators; 1 Compressors; Diving by arrangement; Snorkelling gear; Underwater still camera; CD and DVD library; iPod dock; Satellite TV; TV saloon; Wi-Fi; Fishing gear; light.
Not included: 21% VAT; mooring and fuel consumption.
Notes: All prices require an extra 30% Advanced Provisioning Allowance (APA), which is a deposit to cover fuel and provisioning (food, drinks, etc…) costs during the stay on board. The Captain manages this fund and will have an expenses list available to the client. If the Captain sees that the deposit is running low, the client would be asked to add funds to the APA. At the end of the charter period any balance left will be refunded to the client. The bigger the yacht is, the more fuel it uses, this is why a 30% of the charter fee is required to be proportional to the expected expenses.