The recently sold 64m (210’) sailing yacht Felicità West has had a name change to Spirit of the C’s and will be available for charter in the Caribbean this winter.
The largest aluminium sailing yacht in the world, built by Perini Navi to a Ron Holland design in 2003, she has a long waterline and 1,800 metres squared of canvas that can see her hit speeds over 16 knots. Her ultra-wide beam of 12.7 metres brings large volume below decks and side decks so wide that two people can walk side by side, something few motor yachts can match.
Below decks Spirit of the C’s has an interior like an English country house for warm, mellow living. She comfortably accommodates up to 12 guests in a master suite, two doubles and two twin cabins with a Pullman berth. Al fresco entertaining and dining is available on a large flybridge with spectacular views.
Twin 1400 Deutz engines give her a cruising speed of 14 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 13 knots. Water toys include a tender, two sailing dinghies, snorkelling gear, fishing tackle and a variety of towables.
Spirit of the C’s is available for charter at weekly rates from €165,000 plus expenses through Northrop & Johnson.