Sailing Yacht ANNAGINE Decreases Mediterranean Charter Rate
The 40m/111ft luxury yacht ANNAGINE has lowered her weekly base rate for charters taking place throughout July and August in Mediterranean hotspots such as the French Riviera, Ibiza and Italy.
Designed by Dykstra Naval Architects, ANNAGINE was delivered in 2011, but sports the classic lines and traditional styling of the 1930s and 40s. With an exceptional performance and modern amenities, she is an excellent choice for discovering the delights of the Mediterranean.
Ideal for yacht charters, sheet winches are found on the outer coaming of the cockpit, so the sails can be trimmed from the safety of the cockpit itself. Plus, with a shallow draught of 4.5 metres, she is able to reach anchorages and bays not usually accessible to yachts of her length.
In keeping with the exterior, the inside of luxury yacht ANNAGINE is simple yet elegant, with white panelling, and Honduras mahogany and chestnut flooring. Skylights and prisms, meanwhile, flood the space with natural light to create a bright and airy atmosphere.
The deckhouse consists of a navigation area as well as a comfortable U-shaped sofa and table, and steps lead down to an open plan lower salon. Here guests can unwind in the lounge to port and enjoy delicious meals in the dining area opposite.
Accommodation on board the sailing yacht can sleep up to six guests in three staterooms, including a master cabin and two twins, one to port and one to starboard, and each with an additional Pullman berth.
Skylights and prisms flood the interior with natural light to create a bright and airy atmosphere