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Sailing Yacht ‘Lupa of London’ Open for Charters in New Zealand

By Rebecca Bradbury   1 December 2015

The 24m/79ft charter yacht ‘Lupa of London’ will be available for charters in New Zealand from January to April 2016.

Launched in 2000 by Baltic Yachts, Lupa of London was designed by Reichel & Pugh to combine the ultimate sailing performance with comfort and luxury. Boasting a canting keel for improved stability, she offers a peaceful yet speedy experience in the awe-inspiring cruising grounds of New Zealand.

The sailing yacht boasts an alfresco dining area in the cockpit as well as space to dine in the main salon. Other amenities include a 42-inch television, also situated in the main salon, and an esteemed chef and crew, who will make your time at sea even more enjoyable.

Lupa of London Profile
Dining in cockpit Lupa of LondonMain salon lupa of london

For those active charter guests, the crew offers kitesurfing lessons and know the best beaches along the New Zealand coast to undertake this exhilarating activity. Whether you are a pro or a beginner, charter yacht Lupa of London can offer an unforgettable experience.

She can accommodate up to eight guests in three double cabins and two Pullman beds.

Water toys on board include water skis, wakeboards and snorkelling equipment to ensure you make the most of your time at sea, whether its exploring the Bay of Islands in the north or discovering the Abel Tasman National Park on the south island.

Mount Taranaki
Kite surfing
Lupa at London

Cable of reaching a maximum speed of 12 knots, she cruises at a speed of 10 knots.

Before undertaking her 2016 charter season, she will be competing in the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race on 26th December.

If you would like more information on S/Y Lupa of London, please contact your preferred charter broker.

Alternatively, take a look at all superyachts available to charter in New Zealand.


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