GANESHA Vitters Shipyard | From EUR€ 135,000 /wk
Launched in 2013, sailing yacht Ganesha (Hull 3067) is a spectacular 46-metre performance sloop, built by the leading Dutch shipyard, Vitters. Superyacht Ganesha is penned by award-winning UK design studio, Dubois Naval Architects. She bears interior design by New Cruise.
NOTABLE FEATURES: ~Elegant and spacious interior ~One-touch enclosable salon and dining ~Incredible exterior living ~Nice selection of water toys
GANESHA features an Indian inspired interior décor of minimalistic light toned panels, soft lighting and elegant textured fabrics. The spacious design offers a state of the art TV and entertainment center below decks, with day head and a generous salon and dining on the main deck. The salon is forward and surrounded in side windows and overhead hatches, infusing the space with ample natural light, while providing spectacular views.
Her formal dining is aft and boasts a centered formal dining table. A unique feature allows the salon and dining area to be enclosed at a push of a button, furthermore, in warmer climates, the clever design ensures cooling sea breezes are fed through the space naturally.
GANESHA has incredible exterior living, on custom designed teak decking. Intricate and detailed designing include retractable bollards and ample deck storage for davits, anchors and more, all completely flush to the deck. The raised salon and dining are effortlessly incorporated into outdoor living, while still offering the sumptuous styling, and comforts of indoor relaxation and elegance. The main deck aft boasts dual helms and capacious deck area, while forward, the flush hatches and decks allow guests and crew to move fore and aft easily and safely.
|Engines:||1 x Caterpillar C18 C|
|Cruise Speed:||11 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Vitters, NEWCRUISE - Yacht Projects & Design, Dubois Naval Architects, Dubois|
Ganesha is an aluminium performance cruiser, boasting a powerful rig, including a 62m TPT (Thin Ply Technology) laminated carbon mast ensuring an optimized weight and strength ratio.
Ganesha (Hull 3067) is run by a Caterpillar C18 C rating diesel engine. She has a maximum beam of 9m and a draught of 4,5m.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
Ganesha provides beautiful and comfortable accommodation in 4 lovely cabins. These include a full-beam owner's suite aft of the yacht below decks, as well as three similar-sized double guest cabins. All 4 cabins are en-suite and feature ample space, light and airy ambiance and a bespoke contemporary Indian décor.
Charter Amenities and Extras
GANESHA has the following Tenders & Toys:, X-Tender, 6.3m, 144HP, 2 x Lasers, 2 x Sea bobs, 2 x Inflatable towing toys, 2 x Inflatable SUPs, Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities:, Blu-Ray/DVD players in each guest cabin with TV, Music Amplifier in Upper Saloon, Blu-Ray/DVD player in TV room, Communications:, V-Sat (Internet and VoIP), FB500, 3G/4G Internet router & Iridium (emergency calls only), Wi-Fi throughout.
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“Sailing yachts have long combined nature with manmade beauty.” - ED DUBOIS “I think that one of the best things about Vitters is a conscious effort to make each yacht better than the last one. And better, you can have a long discussion about what better means, but better really in terms of quality. They have achieved that. And the finished project always batted my expectation.” - NIGEL INGRAM