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Charter sailing yacht Sarissa in Thailand and Myanmar

Charter sailing yacht Sarissa in Thailand and Myanmar

The 42m (138’) sailing yacht Sarissa is available to charter in Thailand and Myanmar until March 2015.

The largest composite sloop to be delivered by the Vitters yard in the Netherlands, she was designed by Bill Tripp with interior design by Rhoades Young.

Accommodation on charter yacht Sarissa is for up to eight guests in master suite, double and twin along with a convertible study/guest cabin. She offers a fantastic combination of adventure and pleasure. An interesting feature is her aft cockpit, which can be converted into an occasional swimming pool for even more fun in the sun.

In the master and guest cabins aft, there are open doorways to the bathrooms, with just the basins on view and the more private sections hidden around corners, extending the visual length of the cabins. The master suite has a great deal of natural light, a lot of which comes from windows that look into the swimming pool, adding to the fun element evident throughout the boat.

Education and entertainment are both evident in the deckhead, where scores of tiny fibre optics represent the stars of the night sky, with the Northern or Southern Hemisphere selected at the flick of a switch.

Sarissa charters at a weekly rate of €115,000 in high season and €105,000 in low season plus expenses through Hill Robinson.

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