BOOM CNB Bordeaux | From EUR€ 21,000 /wk
BOOM is a 16.96m (55' 8") sailing catamaran yacht built by the French CNB Bordeaux shipyard and launched in 2018. She is able to accommodate up to ten charter guests in five cabins and has an attentive, professional crew of three.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF BOOM ~Four VIP staterooms ~Fantastic variety of water toys ~Large and naturally lit interior salon ~Abundance of outdoor sunbathing space ~Close beach access with draft of only 1.25m/4.1ft ~Broad beam of 9.45m/31ft ~Excellent stability ~Air conditioning ~Wi-fi
The main deck aft cockpit contains a corner sofa and raised table for alfresco dining in the shade, while to either side there is a raised convertible sunpad/sun lounger for resting after a hearty meal. To complete the setting, a sofa along the stern provides even more sumptuous seating for resting after a swim or gathering together for a social event.
On the foredeck more sunpad/sun loungers are available to place upon the forward trampolines. Behind, there is a C-shaped seating area where guests can take in the views and on either side there is one more sunpad/sun lounger for all guests to rest and spend time together in the same outdoor section.
Above, the flybridge offers one final shaded area where the group can take in the elevated views from the port sunbed behind the helm station or the pair of beanbag chair/beds on the deck floor opposite.
|L.O.A.:||16.96m (55' 8")|
|Max Speed:||10 knots|
|Engines:||2 X 110HP (Yanmar 4JH4-11|
|Cruise Speed:||10 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||family friendly yachts|
|Locations:||THE MEDITERRANEAN, Skiathos, Rhodes, Paros, Lefkas, Kos, Greece, EUROPE, Dodecanese, Cyclade Islands, Crete, Corfu, Athens, Aegean Islands|
The salon amidships provides guests with a spacious port side galley with an island counter that can be used as a breakfast bar. The helm station is placed forward and centre, leaving room to starboard for a sofa facing aft. Behind, two sofas form a corner nook around the sizeable formal dining table. An amidships staircase leads to the port and starboard hulls, which each contain a forward and aft VIP stateroom with en-suite bathroom. The port hull also contains a day head directly in front of the stairs.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
Ten charter guests area accommodated over a four cabin layout, one of which has bunk beds. All cabins have their own private ensuite bathroom facilities.
Charter Amenities and Extras
TENDERS & TOYS: ~ tender highfield 4,20 m + 60 hp ~ 2 x seabob ~ waterski (children & adult) ~ wakeboard ~ water tube ~ snorkeling equipment ~ kayak ~ 2 x sup ~ fishing gear ~ video library ~ assorted board games AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT AND DECK FACILITIES ~ vhf ~ autopilot ~ generator 23 kw ~ 10 kw ~ water maker 280 lt/h ~ bow truster ~ air conditioning ~ plotter cartographic station ~ ais ~ teak on fly and deck ~ fridges ~ stereo system ~ tv/video ~ ice maker ~ fax/scanner/printer ~ wifi 4 g
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