Cote d'Azur - Cannes
Fractional Yacht Ownership in the Italian Riviera
The Italian Riviera exudes the very best of Italy being old world charm coupled with picture perfect ports tucked under this mountainous Mediterranean coast.
World renowned Italian cuisine and a friendly relaxed pace with seemingly unlimited hideaways make these seas the perfect location for getting away from it all yachting.
This coast is much less developed than the French Riviera and many boaters feel that the Ligurian Coast is an even better a yachting destination than its more famous French Riviera neighbour. Many itineraries are based on visiting beautiful town after beautiful town, each painted with the traditional orange and red facades, with an attractive church steeple above the town, with mountains behind, and a bustling port at your feet offering fine dining in a relaxed setting.
The Ligurian Coast stretches from France through the historic port of Genoa, and along the scenic mountainous coast including the very famous towns of Portofino, Camogli, San Rocco and the Cinque Terre.
Three cabins with three headsMed Spec air conditioningLarger MAN engine optionNew generator 2016Crew cabin fit outHydraulic Passerelle
3-cabin layout: A lovely midships double cabin with en-suite heads and shower complements the forward double which is also en-suite.To port is a comfortable twin cabin (or double) which also has its own heads and shower.Two stair cases to the Flybridge are easy to use.Aft cabin fit out for crew or occasional guests.
Hull: GRP –modified deep V with spray rails and propeller tunnels.Hand laid glass fibre construction with isophthalic gel coat backed by initial lay-up of powder bound matt and isophthalic resinSide Deck: GRP –with non-slip surfaceSuperstructure: GRPCockpit/Bathing Platform: GRP –Teak laid decks
Furniture finished in natural High gloss Cherry, helm console finished with Nomex non-reflective finish and chocolate leather panels, Burr-elm dash board. Light grey cotton upholstery. Light grey deep pile carpets (2013), heads finished with teak decking, cherry and cream avonite tops.Galley work top is Granite with a fleck avonite.External: Upholstery is white with navy piping.Foredeck sun cushions have light grey fitted covers.
Engines: 2x MAND2848LE403, 8-cylinder V configuration 800HP@2300 RPMTwin disk-gear boxes on a straight shaft drive water lubricated stern glands.Rudder angle indicator.Speed Max: 28knots (depending on conditions).Cruising speed: 23knots cruising 24gallons (110lit)/hour each engine.Range: Approximately 300milesHydraulic power-assisted Hypro steeringThruster: Sidepower bow thruster15hpTrim tabs
1 bank of 4 x 24-volt heavy duty batteries for engine starting (2010)1 bank of6 x 24-volt heavy duty batteries for domestic use (2011)1 bank of 4 x 24-volt heavy duty AGM batteries for Bow thruster (2018)Shore power system: 240 volts shore power supply to all cabinsPolarity check systemCircuit breakers on all circuits12v dropper for certain navigation and radio circuitsReya 20-amp invertor to one socketChargingKohler 13Kva generator,1000 hours new20162 Engine alternators charge via blocking diodes to isolate engine start batteries from auxiliariesDolphin24v 50Ah Float battery charger
Hot water production: 240volt immersion and hot water calorifierPressurised hot and cold-water systemWater level gauge, Deck filler
Fuel: 770 Gallons, 3,500Litres, 4Tankswith sight gaugesFuel cross over valve, 2Separ2000/18primary fuel filtersPer engine (4 total)Water: 166gallons, 755litres, 2 Tanks including 16 gallons hot waterHolding tank with sea and deck pump out (56 gallon)
Reversible electric (2000 watt) Lewmar anchor winch with Capstan, foredeck / helm position controls35kg Ultra anchor and 75m chain feeding through bow rollerDanforth kedge anchorFore deck wash and fore deck lockerFull set of IMCO navigation lightsStainless steel bow, stern and two spring cleats in pairsThree large pantograph windscreen wipers with fresh water washSearchlight with remote control on Arch, manual Search light on bowElectric hornsOpacmare hydraulic passerelle with remote control, doubles as dinghy liftForedeck sunbathing cushions with light grey coversBimini system over foredeck cushionsStern Quarter capstan winches for mooring linesOne side door from internal helmLife rafts 3x Bombard 6 manSwimming ladder off platform as standard plus extra-large ladder with teak treadsFlybridge biminiScreen coverWinter screenBathing platform showerCockpit and Flybridge overhead and low-level lighting on all steps and stairsBRIG Rib with Suzuki 30hp outboard engine, mounting chocks and lifting strapsLarge teak folding cockpit table with 6 folding chairsAdditional safety equipmentFour underwater lights in transom
Princess 61 Syndicate Information
This timeless Princess 61 offers an incredible value proposition: To own a yacht in the Côte d’Azur. for just £50,000.
Based in Cannes, she’s more than capable of cruising the French and Italian Rivieras as well as Corsica & Sardinia. Her 3 spacious en suite cabins make her a real holiday home in the sun – one that offers exciting new horizons each time you visit.This syndicate is made up of 6 shareholders each enjoying 8 weeks use a year. There is an even spread of retirees and parents with school age children. This means there is a broad cross-section of preferences regarding the choice of school holidays, and those who prefer to avoid time on board during those periods.Having a full-time Capt on board means this yacht is incredibly well maintained and offers co-owners greater freedoms to cruise locally – or cover greater distances without having to return to its home port for change-over days. Some co-owners agree to work together to create back-to-back itineraries, where one co-owner visits say Corsica or Sardinia on her, and the other picks her up there and subsequently returns her again to her home berth in Cannes.The essence of this syndicate is to create exceptional value boating, coupled with exceptional cruising capabilities.This syndicate is a Fractional Association Platinum Member, working to the association’s Code of Conduct and fulfil their Maintenance Management criteria. This includes an owners’ website for the selection of their weeks, a communication forum and real time access to the management accounts.
8 weeks per annum
6 (plus crew)