Spellbound is one of the
largest yachts in the UK available for corporate and charter use, offering
outstanding comfort for both sailors and guests alike.
Spellbound is fitted with
teak decks and a superb sized cockpit perfect for lunch, socialising and, of
course, evening drinks after a superb day's sailing.
The spacious cockpit is fitted with two leather bound steering wheels and a
centre table.The large stepped transom/bathing platform is equipped with
swim ladder and fresh water shower.
Down below the exceptional
16' beam gives the saloon a feeling of space and light found on very few
There is ample living space for the 8 guests the boat sleeps in comfort plus
2 crew in separate quarters.
The four double cabins
each have their own heads,shower and basin as well as cupboard space. The
crew quarters are found in the forepeak with its own heads.
A superbly appointed navigation centre with teak table, bookshelves and full
electronic instrumentation including radar, and GPS simply adds to the
pleasure of sailing this yacht.
The teak galley is fitted with a four-burner stove and oven, microwave, two
fridges and a dishwasher as well as numerous storage cupboards. Together
with the CD player, television, video player and heating system, every
effort has been made to ensure that the yacht offers the best in restful
For those looking for a
little more excitement we also offer the use of a jet ski, which can be
stowed on the foredeck.
This top of the range
yacht is distinguished by it's sleek Bruce Farr designed hull and state of
the art sailing equipment. A well designed and highly effective deck layout
enables the crew to control the sails from the cockpit should they wish. A
second forestay, full batten mailsail, lazy bag and Harken furling system
are fitted to provide a luxury feel to sailing. In addition the yacht comes
with a bow thruster for those tricky situations.
Total flexibility in
the arrangement of the sail packs means the boat can be fitted out for
comfortable cruising or set up with performance high tech sails including a
Spinnaker and without the furling headsail for racing.