The latest bareboat sailing catamaran available for charter comes from Fountaine Pajot.
The Elba 45 is a cruising catamaran entering charter fleets across the Mediterranean in spring 2020. In case you are looking to buy and wish to test or charter before you do, we will be pleased to provide various offers across both East and West Med as well as in the East Caribbean. Elba 45 is expected to be a modern sailing catramaran with bright interior, and featuring the latest industry technology.
She is indeed expected to set a new standard for sailing catamarans of her size.
Elba 45 charter boats come with inverted bows and a helm station that is likely going to appeal to hardened bareboat charter clients and indeed private owners.
On top of her almost luxurious interior, as with most Fountain Pajot boats this sailing catamaran also offers high-quality performance out on the water.
Following in the footpath of some of the Bali models, there will be abundance of relaxation space on deck. One of the best features of this charter yacht will be the Beach Club with electric platform that will allow easy access to the water. With most of these models going to Greece, Elba 45’s will be found in Athens with option to sail to Cyclades, but also out of Mykonos from where you can reach Santorini in a usual one week charter. In case Meltemi winds will be putting you off, you can also pick up a new Elba on a bareboat basis out of Volos for sailing in the Sporades or in Prevezza for sailing across all of the Ionian sea in Western Greece. Those keen on visiting Adriatic and in particular Croatia can get a new 2020 Elba 45 out of Trogir with optional ONE WAY Yacht charter between Split and Dubrovnik.
Most yachts are expected to be offered both on bareboat or crewed charter with the layout having 4 cabin + one small cabin for the skipper, in the other hull with a additional bathroom for the skipper. To book your sailing holiday in the Mediterranean for 2020, please do get in touch and request latest quotes and best yacht charter deals on this boat, but also on a number of other bareboat or skippered and luxury crewed charter yachts.
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