Join 44.2m catamaran Hemisphere in French Polynesia

30 January 2014
Join 44.2m catamaran Hemisphere in French Polynesia

Dubbed the largest catamaran in the superyacht charter world, 44.2metre Hemisphere will remain in the South Pacific until the end of summer 2014.

She was brought to the charter market in 2011 and has been a popular vessel ever since. She carries 12 guests across five cabins (four double, one twin plus two additional berths) and offers an array of entertainment options in both audio-visual and toys.

Her comprehensive toy box consists of full Scuba diving equipment for all 12 guests (plus two PADI certified dive instructors in the crew), five sea-doo water scooters, two seabobs, windsurfers/waterskis/wakeboards/kneeboards, fishing and snorkelling equipment too ensuring all who sail on Hemisphere are certain to have a fun cruise.

This coupled with her luxury amenities such as the home cinema, 4.8m trampoline and Jacuzzi means she is the ideal family charter choice.

Her experienced British captain Gavin Bladen is a wealth of knowledge on the South Pacific and with his 10-strong crew they take guests to the most pristine beaches, best dive/snorkel sites and cruising grounds of the region. This has meant that the vast majority of charterers on Hemisphere are repeat.

Hemisphere's rates start from US$260,000 per week through Burgess.