DESTINATION Alloy Yachts
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Luxury sailing yacht DESTINATION was designed by Dubois Naval Architecture and built by Alloy Yachts in 2003 and underwent a complete refit in 2012. S/Y DESTINATION measures 41m (134.5ft) and boasts a powerful aluminium hull; her design received extensive tank and wind tunnel tests resulting in a sleek, fast sailing machine. Accommodation is offered for up to 8 guests in 4 deluxe cabins.
NOTABLE FEATURES: ~ Great comfort onboard ~ Performance ~ Excellent crew ~ Timeless interior design ~ Entertainment system ~ Sunbathing area ~ Spacious cabins
Sailing yacht DESTINATION has an impressive spacious interior featuring an Asian flair combined with an unmistakable elegance by Raymond Langton. Hand crafted flame mahogany has been used throughout the vessel. The upper salon is ideal for entertaining with a formal dining table on the starboard side, boasting dynamic vistas from the surrounding windows and a plush lounge sofa and fine marble wet bar to port.
Further forward and a few steps down, the lower salon is the definition of complete relaxation with free-flowing styled furnishings. A massive sofa and two smaller sofas ensure everyone is comfortable, crisp white carpets bring a serene ambience. On the starboard side are a large flat screen TV and entertainment system. Ample light is received through the overhead skylights.
DESTINATION offers guests complete privacy with all four guest cabins aft of the salon. The crew quarters and galley are forward of the salon.
This yacht has plenty of exterior deck areas to sit back and relax. The main cockpit offers shade from the permanent Bimini cover, lounge seating and an alfresco dining option and is the ideal space for any time of the day or night. Aft of the guest's cockpit is the dual helm, followed by a large open deck area with built-in seating, perfect for watching the professional crew of 6 in action.
|Beam:||8.70m (28' 7")|
|L.O.A.:||41.00m (134' 6")|
|Max Speed:||13 knots|
|Engines:||1x3406E CAT 800hp|
|Cruise Speed:||10 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Reymond Langton Design, Dubois Naval Architects, Dubois, Alloy Yachts|
|Locations:||THE MEDITERRANEAN, EUROPE|
While at anchor a foredeck cockpit and sunpad area is a romantic getaway and offers an optional Bimini cover for shade and privacy. Aft, a swim platform lowers from the transom providing access to the many water toys on offer.
DESTINATION has a beam of 8.7m (28.5ft) and a draft of 4.5m (14.8ft), boasting a Southern Spars carbon fibre rig with in-mast furling by Doyle, she sails with ease at 8 knots. Single CAT 3406E 800HP engine provides a speed of 13 knots.
Luxury charter yacht DESTINATION can accommodate up to 8 guests in 4 en-suite cabins. The master stateroom is full beam of the yacht aft, featuring a double bed and sofa. Two guests’ cabins are on port and starboard with a double bed and sofa. A forth cabin offers upper and lower bunks. All the guests’ cabins are stylish with a relaxed atmosphere and refined décor.
Amenities and Extras
The Dubois sail yacht DESTINATION has a 5.9m Smuggler tender with 115hp Outboard, Water skis, Wakeboard x2,Towable toys x3, Inflatable lounger x2, Snorkeling gear,4 sets dive gear ( no dive master), Crew Tender 3.1m (sometime use with Kids), 2 Bikes, 4 Kayaks.
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