BOLERO Yacht Charters | From US$ 42,500.00 /wk
Sailing yacht BOLERO is a well sized German Frers 32 m (104' 11") yacht. S/Y BOLERO accommodates 8 guests in 4 double cabins.
Sailing yacht BOLERO is a classic `maxi’ ocean racer, which was designed and built by leading firms for a prominent Newport yachtsman. She was considered the ultimate example of an ocean racer in the 1950’s and was in major races, even serving as the Flagship of the New York Yacht Club.
S/Y BOLERO was purchased by her present owners in 2000 and a major restoration was carried out in 2001-2002. Since then she has cruised and raced in New England, the Chesapeake, the Caribbean, and the Mediterranean. Bolero also underwent a refit in 2012-13.
|Beam:||7.38m (24' 2")|
|L.O.A.:||32.00m (104' 11")|
|Max Speed:||10.5 knots|
|Engines:||1 x 409 hp MTU|
|Cruise Speed:||9.5 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||German Frers, Far Ocean & Bolero Yachts|
|Charter Locations:||Tuscany, St Tropez, Sicily, Sardinia, Portofino, Porto-Vecchio, Western Mediterranean, Nice, Naples & Capri, Monaco, THE MEDITERRANEAN, Italy, Italian Riviera, Iles d'hyeres, French Riviera, France, Elba, Cote d Azur, Corsica, Cannes, Bormes, Bonifacio, Antibes, Amalfi Coast, Ajaccio, Directory, St Jean Cap Ferrat, South of France, Camogli|
“Going below through a companionway deckhouse / chart room, we find two staterooms, one of which serves as a passage to the main cabin, alternatively accessible from the deck, which is fitted with built-in berths and transoms. The galley and crew’s quarters for three are forward.”
“Bolero is an example of the best in practical yacht design using top grade wood construction. A few years later she would have been built of aluminum alloy, and later still of some GRP composite. The lighter materials would have led to less displacement, a higher ratio of ballast to displacement, and a faster boat, but one with less comfort due to a quicker motion. It is not surprising that Bolero and many boats of her type and age have recently been restored by enthusiastic owners and that competent woodworkers and yacht restorers, trained in excellent schools for wooden boat enthusiasts, have become busier than ever in recent years.” by Olin Stephens (Godine, 2002).
Yacht Charter Accommodation
Sailing yacht BOLERO can accommodate 8 guests in 4 double cabins. The Master cabin has a queen size bed, shower and toilet. 3 Guest cabins have a double bed, shower and toilet. All heads have stall showers. BOLERO is fully air conditioned through out. Crew have separate heads and showers.
Charter Amenities and Extras
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