GAYLE FORCE Bloemsma & Van Breemen
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Built by Bloemsma & Van Breemen and launched in 2003, 29m/95ft expedition yacht GAYLE FORCE features the naval architecture and exterior styling of Vripack, and interiors from Jonathan Quinn Barnett. She was last refitted in 2010 and has also undergone a 20-month 'de-cluttering' to make her safer and more comfortable for travel to isolated destinations such as Patagonia and Antarctica. The accommodation sleeps six guests in three en-suite cabins, with an experienced crew of four to provide expert service and unforgettable adventure holidays.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF GAYLE FORCE: ~Compact expedition yacht able to explore areas larger yachts cannot access ~Flybridge Jacuzzi ~Highly experienced captain and crew ~Extensive cruising range of 5,500 nautical miles ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
The lower deck swim platform allows guests to get up close to the wildlife and the environment, with balustrades around the edge enhancing safety. Up on the shaded main deck aft, there is a sofa fitted along the stern, a raised table and additional free-standing chairs for alfresco meals or outdoor lounging.
The foredeck offers bench seating where guests can sunbathe or take in the surroundings with uninterrupted views.
The forward flybridge is raised for better views from the sheltered helm controls, behind which there is a curved seating area and table to port. Amidships and still shaded, there is a second alfresco dining table with six chairs, and to the aft a large Jacuzzi makes for a wonderful spot for guests to unwind outdoors after a long day of adventure.
The lower deck places the crew accommodation in the bow with a triple bunk cabin to port and the Captain's cabin to starboard. The full-beam Master suite is placed amidships, behind which is the engine room and storage for water toys in the stern.
On the main deck the forward bridge places the helm controls to starboard, while opposite there is the staircase down to the crew accommodation and an L-shaped sofa with a raised table for informal meals or relaxing with reading material while enjoying the forward views from the interior.
GAYLE FORCE Specifications
|Type/Year:||Bloemsma & Van Breemen/2003|
|Max Speed:||12 knots|
|Engines:||2 x 425.0hp MTU diesel|
|Cruise Speed:||10 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Vripack, Jonathan Quinn Barnett Ltd (JQB), Bloemsma Van Breemen|
|Locations:||Dubrovnik, Solent, St Barts, Spain, Fiordland, Murray River, Australia, Acapulco & the Mexican Riviera, The Kimberleys|
Behind is the galley followed by the open-plan lounge that places the formal dining table to seat six forward, and an aft-facing corner sofa to port with an armchair and coffee table to create a cosy and relaxing setting. Opposite, there is a widescreen TV for entertainment during transit and on quiet evenings.
A pair of 425 HP MTU diesel engines create a top speed of 12 knots and a cruising speed of 10 knots with a range of 5,500 nautical miles.
The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 6 guests over 3 en-suite cabins. The experienced crew of 4 will take guests to incredible destinations the world over.
Amenities and Extras
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