Sailing Yachts

Fountaine Pajot Lucia 40
Nimes
2016
11.58
GRP
Betald
€ 81,900
Jeanneau Sun Odyssee 40.3
Heraklion
2004
11.75
GRP
Betald
€ 48,900
SEAWIND 1000
cadiz
2003
10.01
GRP
Betald
€ 42,000
Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 39i
malaga
2009
11.86
GRP
€ 38,900
Dufour 310 Grand Large
cadiz
2014
9.35
GRP
€ 43,000
Archambault Surprise
Nantes
1980
8
GRP
Betald
€ 6,800
Hallberg-Rassy 352
Athena
1989
10.54
Carbon fiber
Betald
€ 44,800
Dehler 38
Limassol
2016
11.64
GRP
Betald
€ 78,000

 

About Sailing Yachts

A sailing yacht is a pleasure craft that uses sails as a means of transportation. In order to be called a yacht, the vessel must have a certain size – from 10 meters. In addition, the building should look aesthetically pleasing. Various materials are used in the construction of ships, but the most common are metal, wood and plastic.

Sailing yachts are used in two areas:
Regattas (sports competitions, races)
Cruises (short walks)
The characteristics of ships for different purposes will vary and have their own characteristics.

Monohull sailing yacht
This type of vessel is the most common type that can be used in charter. The monohull is considered a classic among other sailing yachts. The main feature of the vessel is that it cannot be capsized, which makes the yacht the safest for going to sea.

The interior space of the monohull is divided into sections – the bow cabin, a bathroom, followed by a salon with a galley, then a chart table, there are also aft bathroom and aft cabins.

Such yachts are usually equipped with two sails and only one mast.