Fractional Yacht Ownership in Bahamas
The Bahamas are a fantastic factional yacht ownership destination in almost every way. It’s a seascape of crystal clear turquoise waters, gorgeous beaches and a swashbuckling history dating back to Christopher Columbus` discovery of the New World.
Only a couple of hours from north American capitals like Washington and New York and under an hour from much of Florida, you will feel the powdery white sand beneath your feet in no time at all.
A typical cruising itinerary would involve visiting deserted islands with unlimited swimming and spectacular snorkelling by totally secluded beaches. This can be mixed with stops in modern ports such as Nassau that offer everything one could want ashore – shopping, great dining, spas, entertainment and sunset bars.
Standard: 2X VOLVO IP 900 D11
Maximum speed: 36 Kn. Cruising speed: 25 Kn.
At cruising speed: 330 M.N.
Length overall, LOA (ISO 8666): 19.12 m. Hull Length, LH (ISO 8666): 18.90 m. Waterline lenght: Maximum beam: 5.09 m. Maximum depth: 1.46 m. / 4.8 FT. Displacement unladen: 20.000 kg Full load displacement: 23.317 kg. Fuel capacity: 2.460 l. Fresh water capacity: 662 l.
Hull type: V shape / 13 º Maximum number of persons on board: 10 Cabins:2 Accommodation: 2+5 Building material: PRFV/GRP Certified by: RINA Design: Luiz de Basto * Speed and range has been obtained at the following conditions: standard version displacement, 30%load, four people on board, clean hull, good weather conditions.
Astondoa 63 Top Deck Syndicate Information
We work closely with this market leading fractional syndicator who specialise in superyacht fractions.
They are a member of the Fractional Association and are renowned for their professionalism and expertise in fractional yacht management. This operation has truly earned its place very much at the top end of the yacht syndication marketplace.
The all-fibreglass Astondoa Top Deck is a 63-foot open boat designed to appeal to youthful owners and families who want to make the most of an active lifestyle on the water. To that end, the upper-deck bulwarks of the Top Deck 63 fold down, making it more of a party deck. The transom garage, whose size rivals those of garages in far larger yachts, doubles as a beach club—yet another feature found aboard much larger vessels.
When everything is folded back up, the Top Deck 63 has a top speed of 36 knots, powered by a Volvo Penta IPS drive system.
If it’s fun in the sun and on the water you’re looking for in the Bahamas (and the Caribbean during the winter months), this is the best boat in the world, located in the best waters in the world to deliver that magical combination.