David Price at Hill Robinson sends news of two recent additions to the charter management division, the sailing yachts Germania Nova and Sarissa.
Germania Nova is an exact replica of the 1908 gaff schooner Germania. She has an overall length of 47m, a crew complement of 13 and accommodation for up to 10 guests in five double cabins.
Built by FNM in Spain and launched in June 2011, Germania Nova will be available in the Caribbean for charters in winter 2011/2012 and returning to the Mediterranean for the summer 2012 season.
Sarissa, at 42.6m, is the largest carbon sailing yacht to be delivered by Vitters in The Netherlands. Designed by Bill Tripp and with a Rhoades Young interior, this modern sloop was delivered in August 2011 and will be available for charter in the Caribbean from early 2012.
Sarissa can welcome up to eight guests in two double, one twin and one convertible cabin each exquisitely styled and with the latest in audio-visual technology guaranteed to impress the most discerning charter guest. Large and clear deck spaces emphasise the size of the yacht, so with Captain Greg Monks at the helm, supported by a professional crew of five, guests onboard will feel the power the 875m² of sail area can give.