MARICEA Thailand sailing yacht
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|Type/Year:||Thailand sailing yacht/2001|
|Beam:||6.1 m (18')|
|Max Speed:||12 knots|
|Cruise Speed:||8 knots|
Sailing Yacht MARICEA was designed by German Frers and built by the French shipyard, CNB in Bordeaux. MARICEA is a superb 76-foot yacht which makes a proud profile on the water. Her elegant hull, luxurious interior and the equipment of a true ocean racer combine to make her a jewel.
This sailing yacht's features include a perfectly balanced interior design exuding contemporary elegance. Her panoramic roof, large portholes and deck hatches bring the essential qualities of light and air to her interior. A bimini covered cockpit makes a wonderful area for alfresco dining along with mats for relaxing and soaking up the sun.
Luxury sailing yacht MARICEA offers comfortable accommodation for up to eight guests in four private double cabins all with ensuite heads with showers. The master is full width aft. The other three cabins are of equal length.
Amenities and Extras
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"We have sought to make a yacht as CNB as possible … CNB yachts express a kind of elegance ‘‘à la Française’’, combining balance, symmetry, modesty and refinement in every last detail." Jean-Marc Piaton, interior designer of the CNB 76