S/Y ANNAGINE To Get Spanish Charter Licence
The 33 metre sailing yacht ANNAGINE is to get her Spanish Charter Licence, allowing her to take charters in the Balearics from July.
Built in 2011 by Dutch shipyard Jacht Ontwikkelings, ANNAGINE was constructed by the shipyard's owner who began the company back in 2004 when he built a yacht of the same name. Designed by Dijkstra and Partners, her build took place close to the world-famous Holland Jachtbouw and Jongert shipyards and included a number of people from both shipyards.
Despite being constructed by a relatively unknown yard, the involvement of these workers created a sailing yacht that boasts top-notch design in both style and finish. With stunning looks and a clever use of space on board, she is perfect for both families and groups of adults and is available for private, regatta and racing charters.
ANNAGINE's accommodation comes in the form of a master suite and two twin cabins with two Pullman berths to accommodate up to eight charter guests and she can carry three crew on board. Her new Spanish Licence will open her up to charter even more areas in and around the Mediterranean, beginning in the Balearics.
With stunning looks and a clever use of space on board, she is perfect for both families and groups of adults and is available for private, regatta and racing charters.