F. P. Astrea 42 | 2018
The Astréa 42 by Fountaine Pajot Sailing Catamarans is distinguished by its abundance of natural light, energetic lines, elegant living spaces and unparalleled comfort, while delivering sheer pleasure underway. The incredibly comfortable lounge has been designed with expansive panoramic windows that bathe the interior in natural light.
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Sunreef 60 | Vulpino| 2020
The Sunreef 60 Vulpino is an all-around sailing leisure yacht ideal for exclusive getaways, charter and transoceanic adventures. This model boasts a combination of exterior and interior areas easily flowing into one another. A clever bridge deck and superstructure design allow for a superior level of comfort onboard whereas the generous teak use, high bulwarks and classy lines underscore her modern style with a classic edge.
Lagoon 620 | Adriatic Tiger| 2018
Lagoon 620 with five queen size bed en-suite cabins design is very accommodating. The complete interior layout is elegantly incorporating wood finish, upholstery, inner liners, and more. A functional flybridge can also accommodate guests thanks to separate crew and reception areas. Saloon and cockpit are beautifully integrated and include “wet bar”, areas for lazing around and the option of taking delicious meals inside or out without having to make any adjustments.
Lagoon 560 S2 | Princess Seline| 2016
There is just nothing to compare to relaxing aboard this charming & luxurious catamaran. Lagoon 560 S2 catamaran with four queen size en-suite cabins design is very accommodating. The main deck has three different areas. The front has ample views of the water, the main saloon has the galley, as well as the dining area, the covered aft section opens to the back, and this also gives you access to the rear swimming platforms.
F. P. Saba 50| 2018
The Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 has elevated performance cruising to an entirely new level of style. Most of all, it is a top luxurious yacht, propably one of the bests for an amazing sailing cruise around Croatia.
Dufour 48| 2019
The Dufour 48 has a contemporary design with voluminous hulls. The reversed and narrow bows cleave the water efficiently. The aft placed mast allows larger headsails, and the boom is more angled than in Dufour’s monohulls. The self-tacking jib (48 m2) combined with the mainsail (76 m2) creates a total sail area of 124 m2. She comes also with a huge flybridge with stairs access from both starboard and port sides.