Sailing Yacht CINDERELLA IV – Type: Lift keel Sloop, Length hull overall: 39.0 m / 128 ft, Length waterline: 35.0 m / 115 ft, Beam (max): 8.4 m / 28 ft, Draught: 3.8 m (13 ft) keel up / 6.0 m (20 ft) keel down, Hull / Superstructure: Green Marine – Carbon composite, Material: Carbon Fiber mast with infurling boom.

She was built with the idea of being able to reach distant destinations faster, in comfort and with the possibility of being chartered.

The aft dog house with the sheltered cockpit provides a close bye navigation area and protection when on passage.

The walkway forward to the center cockpit is positioned for safety in a way that one does not require to use the side deck when going forward on deck.

The main Cockpit is well sheltered and the saloon provides an all around View when seated and is divided in upper and lower sections allowing for a number of private areas for passing the time undisturbed on passage.

The interior has a comfortable feel with Cherry and mahogany paneling intermixed
with soft leather to give a calm atmosphere as it is not so much what you see but what you feel.

The accommodation for 8 in four state rooms with ensuite heads is forward, which ensures privacy and less noise, when moored stem to the dock.

Key points:

      • Fully licensed for charter in the Balearics
      • Sparkling sailing performance Uncluttered decks and spacious exterior lounge areas
      • Accommodation for eight guests in four classically styled cabins Light and contemporary interior
      • Kiwi Captain Richard Allingham, a highly experienced sailor and a professional and enthusiastic crew of six

Available for charters of four days minimum. Weekly Rate: EUR75,000, MYBA terms. She still has availability in September in the Western Med. Check out her Current Location

Taylor’d Yacht Charters will assist you in chartering the perfect yacht and developing the itinerary that meets your desires within the limitations of the yacht you select and the duration of the charter. mailto:info@localhost

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