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Sailing yacht PHOCEA - Toulon Naval Arsenal
Superyacht PHOCEA is one of the most admired sailing yachts in the World. Measuring 75,15m (246' 6") sailing yacht PHOCEA is as massive as she is luxurious. With her sleek and elegant lines, the legendary yacht PHOCEA turns heads wherever she goes.
S/Y PHOCEA was built at the Toulon Naval Dockyard in 1976 for the well-reputed, single-handed yachtsman Alain Colas. Originally built purely for speed, she has been redesigned and transformed into a luxury sailing yacht. S/Y PHOCEA was extensively rebuilt and refitted in 1983-'86 in Marseille, France and again rebuilt and refitted in 1997/2000 at Lürssen, Germany. Her last major refit was in 2006 at MB'92, Barcelona, Spain.
Whilst superyacht PHOCEA retains her unmistakable identity, she has benefited from the major interior and exterior upgrading throughout with interior design by Joerg Beiderbeck & Tim Heywood. The interior boasts spectacular living and accommodation areas with beautiful wood panelling, exquisite furniture and tasteful decorations. Along with the entrance hall, massive main salon and separate dining area, yacht PHOCEA also offers a gymnasium, a sauna and beauty facilities.
Luxury sailing yacht PHOCEA is able to accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 beautiful cabins. Her Master Suite with commanding views, is located on the main deck and features a king size bed, bathroom and shower room ensuite plus 2 dressing rooms. The remaining cabins are located on the lower deck accessed via the large lower foyer and include a VIP suite with king size bed, shower room ensuite, dressing room. There are also 2 double cabins with queen size beds, ensuite shower room and walk-in closets and 2 double cabins with queen size beds, shower room ensuite.
Megayacht PHOCEA’s outdoor areas are equally impressive, especially when the sails are hoisted. There is a large al fresco dining table and plenty seating areas as shown in the photos to the right.
Luxury sailing yacht PHOCEA is able to accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 beautiful cabins. Her Master Suite is located on the main deck and features a king size bed, bathroom and shower room ensuite plus 2 dressing rooms. The VIP suite has a king size bed, shower room ensuite, dressing room. There are also 2 double cabins with queen size beds, ensuite shower room and walk-in closets and 2 double cabins with queen size beds, shower room ensuite.
|Type/Year:||Toulon Naval Arsenal/1976
||Beam:||9.58m (31' 5")
|L.O.A.:||75.15m (246' 6")
||Max Speed:||13 knots
||Engines:||MAIN ENGINE: MTU diesel e
|Cruise Speed:||11 knots
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|Builder/Designer:||Toulon Naval Arsenal, Michel Bigoin, Joerg Beiderbeck & Tim Heywood
|Locations:||Western Mediterranean, Virgin Gorda, US Virgin Islands, Tuscany, Turkey, Tortola, St. Vincent, St. Thomas, St. Martin/St Maarten, St. Lucia, St. Kitts, St Tropez, St John, St Barts, Sicily, Sardinia, Procida, Portofino, Porto-Vecchio, Nice, Nevis, Monaco, THE MEDITERRANEAN, Jost Van Dyke, Italy, Italian Riviera, Ionian Islands, Iles d'hyeres, Greece, East Med, Croatia, Cote d Azur, Corsica, THE CARIBBEAN, Cannes, BVI, British Virgin Islands, Bormes, Antigua, Antibes, Anguilla, Amalfi Coast, Ajaccio, Aeolian Islands, Adriatic Sea
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