SWALLOWS & AMAZONS CNB Bordeaux Sailing yacht | From EUR€ 20,000.00 /wk
S/Y SWALLOWS & AMAZONS is a beautiful, modern CNB Bordeaux sailing yacht delivered in 2009. Her naval architect was the well known Philippe Brian. This suburb charter yacht can accommodate 8 guests in 3 double cabins and one twin cabin which is ideal for children or singles which can be converted in a double cabin if needed.
Sailing yacht SWALLOWS & AMAZONS has been finished to the highest specifications. She has sleek lines with a fresh and modern interior which is complemented by all the finishing touches of a luxury hotel including fine linens, while still providing excellent sailing capabilities.
SWALLOWS & AMAZONS features an incredible amount of light and feeling of space. The yachts deck layout was designed to keep the yacht uncluttered and easy to handle, and her open-plan saloon provides both practical comfort and aesthetic appeal. The yacht offers maximum sailing pleasure and CNB’s infamous sailing capabilities have not been compromised despite the yachts comfort and luxury.
SWALLOWS & AMAZONS Specifications
|Type/Year:||CNB Bordeaux Sailing yacht/2009|
|Beam:||6.00m (19' 8")|
|L.O.A.:||23.70m (77' 9")|
|Max Speed:||12 knots|
|Engines:||Engine : Cummins 180 HP G|
|Cruise Speed:||8 knots|
She is air-conditioned throughout and is the perfect place to retire after an eventful day in the glorious sun. She has a great selection of water sports facilities which can be enjoyed from her hard bottomed tender or her swim platform.
The yacht has a friendly and professional crew of 3 and is suited to many different group configurations like two families of four, one larger family, a group of friends or even a corporate trip.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
CNB Sailing yacht SWALLOWS & AMAZONS can accommodate 8 guests in 4 double cabins with ensuite head and shower. Her starboard mid-ship cabin is a twin ideal for children or singles which can be converted in a double cabin if needed. (See photos below). SWALLOWS & AMAZONS has a LCD TV in all cabins.
Charter Amenities and Extras
S/Y SWALLOWS & AMAZONS has a great range of tenders and toys including a hard bottom Tender with 30 HP engine, a Kayak, Snorkelling equipment for 8 guests, a Wakeboard, Wetsuits, an Inflatable raft, Swimming floats, Fishing equipment, a Folding bike, a Deck shower and swim platform, bimini and dodger and sun bathing cushions. There are also Waterproof tender jackets and Take-away caps and tee-shirts for guests. Communications onboard include a Sat phone, GSM, sat internet and Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities include LCD TVs are in all cabins, a large LCD 32' TV and play-station are in the main salon, a large choice of 500 movies and 1000 CD thru a serveur are available, HF sound system inside and outside, Carbon fiber mast All Spars and boom canoe, standing rigging Rod nitronic 50, sails in Spectra Hydranet radial.
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SWALLOWS & AMAZONS Enquiry
"Indeed we believe that the first function of a sailing yacht is the aesthetics and we spent a lot of time in refining the lines during the project." - "I understood very young that to win a race you have to have the best boat, and so I started to be interested about the technology and the design of the boat." - Philippe Briand