THEA Jeanneau | From EUR€ 18,000 /wk
Designed by Philippe Briand and Andrew Winch and launched in 2015, the Jeanneau sailing yacht THEA is 20,10m (65’11’’) and offers accommodation for 8 guests, in 4 cabins. The yacht offers stylish interior living and spacious exterior deck areas.
NOTABLE FEATURES for THEA: Elegant hull lines ~ Modern and stylish interiors with great entertainment systems ~ Vast exterior deck areas to relax ~ Large swim platform
The interior décor is contemporary and elegant, featuring dark wood floors, ash toned cabinetry and table, and plush leather cream furnishings. In the main salon, 2 opposing sofas provide ample area to relax and socialize. A convertible table on the starboard side seats all guests if wishing to dine below decks, alternatively, there are 2 large alfresco dining tables on the main deck. Accommodation is fore and aft of the salon.
|Beam:||5.40m (17' 9")|
|L.O.A.:||20.10m (65' 11")|
|Max Speed:||10 knots|
|Engines:||Volvo D4 180hp|
|Cruise Speed:||8 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Winch Designs, Philippe Briand, Jeanneau|
|Locations:||a World Tour, Gulf Islands, Alaska & British Columbia, Lefkas, French Riviera, Open Style Sport Yachts, Exumas, Honduras|
The main deck is laid to beautiful teak, flush hatches were fitted to ensure an even surface. Amidships is an optional shaded alfresco dining area, complete with 2 tables and plenty of seating. Further aft is the dual helms, followed by 2 generous sunpads. The yachts fold out transom allows for easy water access and is the perfect teak beach and toys garage.
Sloop rigged THEA has an in-mast roller furling main and roller furling headsail. When not under sail, she is powered by a Volvo D4 180hp engine, capable of 8 – 10 knots.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
Accommodation comprises 1 master stateroom, aft and full beam of the yacht, one bunk cabin aft of the salon, and 2 mirror image double cabins, forward.
Charter Amenities and Extras
Tenders & Toys: 2015 Williams 285 jet-rib List of brand new toys purchased 2017: 2 x stand up Paddle Surf Boards Wakeboard Snorkelling Masks x 2 adults Snorkelling Masks x 2 junior Inflatable towable Jobe Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities: Audio / Visual Equipment: TV LED Pal / SECAM 32" in the saloon 220v / 50hz TV antenna for the masthead Fusion AV700 DVD / CD / MP3 player, BOE Acoustimass 3 x speakers in the saloon Cockpit speakers - 2 x BOSE 131 Master cabin: Fusion AV700 DVD / CD / MP3 player, BOSE Acoustimass 3 x speakers and LED TV Pal / SE Communications: Raymarine instrumentation package (1 x i70 display, transducer and wind indicator) Raymarine autopilot with a hydraulic ram Raymarine multifunction GS 95 touch screen at each helm Raymarine multifunction GS 95 touch screen at chart table Handheld remote for autopilot Raymarine 260 VHF with a dual station and AIS receiver - international channels AIS Transponder Foghorn and hailer Engine room camera with infrared - displays on Raymarine GS screens Raymarine digital radome 4kw HD
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"Indeed we believe that the first function of a sailing yacht is the aesthetics and we spent a lot of time in refining the lines during the project." - "I understood very young that to win a race you have to have the best boat, and so I started to be interested about the technology and the design of the boat." - Philippe Briand