Builder: Concorde Yachts
Interior Designer: Derek Frost & Associates
Cabin Configuration: 4 Double, 1 Twin (for children)
Total Crew: 6/7 depending number of guest.
Bed Configuration: 2 double bed, 6 Single beds (2 for children in bunk beds)
Commercial/MCA/ISM Status: Spanish commercial
Naval Architect: Farr Yacht Design
Hull Construction: GRP
Air conditioning: Yes
Deck Jacuzzi: No
Captain’s Name: Fernando Gaminde (TOM)
Captain’s Nationality: Spanish
Support MYBA Guidelines tipping policy: Yes
Port of Registry: Castellon
Generators: 2x Northern Lights 70kw
Gross Tons: 225
Able to accommodate up to 10 guests in two Double cabins with en-suite bathrooms, two. Twin and one small bunk bed cabins with en-suite shower-rooms, she boasts a large interior Volume. She is also equipped with a sauna and a gym.
The yacht’s bridge is an enclosed area surrounded by large windows, with a perfect view of the ocean regardless of the weather. Down the stairs forward is PHILANDERER’s comfortable salon to port and dining area to starboard. She also has a great and spacious aft deck sheltered by a Bimini that has proved to be a popular spot for al fresco dining.
Cabins, living room and corridor height: 2’25 m
Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities
– All cabins are provided with TV except bunk cabin
– New sat system with broad band
– Decoders which will enable guests to enjoy 45 Spanish channels.
– Sauna and gym forward port side.
– Gym with shower.
– High fidelity connections for guest music (in and out)
Private refrigerator for guest drinks in fly.
New communication systems on board for Internet WIFI area for guest.
Crew, perfect knowledge of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera Island. Coast, ports, restaurants, disco, tours, fishing and diving areas,tours, etc.
Refit/Maintenance Details (2009)
Total refit through 2009/2011 including completely renewed interiors, machinery overhaul, new teak in outside living room, etc. In as new conditions from May 2011. Refit winter 2011/2012: amongst many other things, the list of works includes: Brand new sails , Brand new captive winches, Sanding of all decks, Polishing of the hull and the wheel house (everything that is navy blue or white) with a new nanotechnology polymer, New ropes throughout, New fire extinguishing system, Installing safety escape hatches in all forward cabins.
New first aid kit class A (required by law only for vessels above 60m) with oxygen, compressor, etc.; New communication systems on board for Internet, etc; New sat system with broad band; New sat-TV decoders which will enable guests to Spanish channels; New railing system all around the yacht, higher than they had before; New stormshield protection on all windows; and lots of other small details. Mainly mechanical and safety systems but also interior detailing.