Transatlantic crossing with a BALI 4.0 from Croatia – Grenada!
You can now sail up to 6 weeks across the Atlantic Ocean with a new Bali 4.0 starting around 20th October 2016.
With the price at just 9,000 Eur for the duration of the crossing plus any expenses, you can have an experience of the lifetime.
Get organised with your crew or seek assistance in finding an experienced captain and other crew members and head across the
Bali 4.0 is a completely new sailing catamaran, launched only recently and having a first yacht charter season behind.
Conceptualised by Olivier Poncin with Xavier Fay as the naval architect, this 40ft long and 22ft wide multihull with a mainsail area of just above 500 sq ft has a light weight body of well below 9T making her a breeze to sail too. A result of a completely new approach to building and designing bareboat sailing catamarans, Bali 4.0 is one of our favourite charter yachts.
The main feature of this boat is a single cockpit and saloon area separated only by a large folding glass door fitted on electric rams.
Within seconds, the doors open allowing you to switch from a Cosy mode to a Lounge mode as Catana call it.
The traditional trampoline is now replaced by a forward cockpit with dining area which also includes an immense sun bathing corner and extra living space with another sun bathing area on the coachroof are two other ground breaking features. With all the safety and performance you can expect from a Catana, this convivial single space allows great levels of privacy while providing incomparable panoramic views of the shoreline. Fabulous!
As with larger brothers already sailing, the Bali 4.3 Loft and Bali 4.5 Open Space, the new Bali 4.0 Lounge is bathed with sunlight thanks to numerous hatches which ensure natural ventilation and large retractable windows which bring in fresh breeze very easily and provide fabulous panoramic views throughout. The Bali 4.0 Lounge is also known for large tanks of both water (800l) and fuel (400l) which gives her crew a degree of independence when offshore sailing.