Douce France

DOUCE FRANCE is a luxury sailing catamaran perfectly equipped for charter worldwide to discover the world’s most beautiful and unspoiled places whilst submerged in the highest standards of luxury in the yachting industry. Douce France, refitted in 2015/2016, can accomodate up to 12 guests and it is the perfect choise for your charter. With its 138 feet it’s the largest schooner sailing catamaran in the world and anyone who sees its stunning looks cannot be left untouched.

Sailing Catamaran Douce France with its 42 m will be in Seychelles from November to March. Captain knows very well the area, he and his crew will take you to some of Seychelles’ gems where you can snorkel, go deep sea fishing, paddle boarding, surfing, observe some of the wildlife and natural plant species, and much more.

Accommodation

Douce France is the ideally yacht for charter and it is for up 12 guests in 6 equal guest staterooms, each with queen bed (which can convert to two twins) and ensuite head and shower.

Equipments

2 generators 45 kw Northern Light, watermaker, air conditioning, VHF radio, GSM phone, fax, Sonos entertainment system, DVD, Karaoke, WIFI connection on board.

Tender & toys

Tenders + toys: 21′ Zeplin semi-rigid w/ 100hp Zodiac with 30 HP. Laser Sailing Dingies, Windsurfers, Sea Kayaks, Water-skis, Wakeboard, Surboard, Scurfboard, donuts, flying manta, Snorkeling equipment, Fishing equipment, sets scuba diving equipment, suex water scooters.

Overview
Specification
Model:
Catamarano 138'
Builder:
Alumarine
Length (LOA):
42.2 m.
Weekly rates:
Starting from 95.000 €/week
Beam:
15.40 m.
Draft:
2.50 m.
Guests:
12
Cabins:
6
Crew:
7
Cruise speed:
11 (knots)
Year built
1996
Refitting:
2015/2016
Engine:
2 x CUMMINS (305 Hp each)
Consumption:
60 l/h
Crusing Area:
Indian Ocean
  • Engine: 2 x 550 HP Volvo Penta D12 - 1100hp
  • L.F.T.: 40 m.
  • Width: 8.4 m.
  • Draft: 3.68 m.
  • Consumption: 80 l/h
  • Charter conditions: LINK
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