Catamaran Douce France keenly available in French Polynesia
by Laura Nineham
The owner of the 42.2m (138’) sailing catamaran Douce France is keen to attract charters in French Polynesia, offering fabulous dive locations in romantic settings.
Douce France – one of the world’s largest sailing catamarans – was built in aluminium and delivered in 1998, and offers stimulating performance as well as luxurious accommodation. The interior of carter yacht Douce France is characterised by a feeling of understated elegance, decorated throughout in mahogany and rosewood. The windows on the curvaceous deckhouse provide wonderful 360 degree views for guests relaxing in the main lounge. Douce France offers the option of no fewer than three dining areas in a spacious cockpit pleasantly shaded by the overhang of the deckhouse, the more intimate and formal lounge or on the teak aft deck where guests can enjoy dining under the stars.
Accommodation on this charter yacht is for up to 12 guests in six air-conditioned staterooms. Each of these staterooms is lined with pale sycamore wood and offers the option of either a queen-double or twin bed arrangement. At 50sqft in size, this also leaves ample room for a convertible desk/dressing table. All have spacious en suite shower facilities.
Water toys include two tenders, two sailing dinghies, sea kayaks, snorkelling gear, scuba diving equipment, water skis and various towables.
Douce France charters through Ocean Independence at weekly rates from €105,000 in high season and €95,000 in low season.