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Award-Winning Sailboat with Full-Width Owner's Suite and 3 Generous Guest Cabins

ARTEMIS sailboat 1800yachtcharters
This yacht has taken eco-friendly initiatives
BEAM 9.3 (31′)
DRAFT 7 (23′)
LENGTH 44 (144′)
BUILT 2007
PRICE FROM €95,000 / Per Week

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Sail yacht ARTEMIS is a 44 meter luxury yacht charter sloop. Built by Fitzroy Yachts of New Zealand, mega yacht ARTEMIS was launched in late 2007 and went on to win the award as 2008 Best Sailing Yacht (in the 30 to 40 meter size range).

Sail yacht ARTEMIS is ideal for warm weather cruising, making her the perfect superyacht for a Caribbean yacht charter.

Light and airy, with a spacious deck salon, this luxury yacht charter superyacht was designed by Ed Dubois Naval Architects. Accommodations for 8 guests are offered in 4 well-appointed staterooms. The master cabin is full-beam and extremely spacious, with king-sized bed and ensuite bathroom. Wardrobes with ample clothes storage separate a seating area and the state of the art entertainment system.

Guest cabins include a VIP double cabin, and a twin-bedded cabin. Both feature ensuite bathrooms. A fourth cabin is currently used as a gymnasium, and features two Pullman berths and a fixed berth, also with ensuite facilities.

The mega yacht offers an interior best described as “warm, calm contemporary.” The use of oak and walnut with a Wenge fits perfectly with the cool colors used in the upholstery. The joinery style is simple, clean and crisp, with tactile countertop nosing incorporating a practical upstand, and a walnut bead for emphasis.

The walnut cornice gives crisp emphasis between bulkhead and deckhead. The oak floor perimeters in wide boards combined with natural cotton carpet in an off-white color reflect the light bulkheads and deckheads. Natural fibers maintain the feeling of calm, while leather, bronze, granite, onyx and slumped glass continue the natural theme throughout.

Amenities include an ondeck Jacuzzi hot tub, satellite television throughout, and a ship-wide stereo/DVD sound system.

Vacationers interested in a Mediterranean yacht charter will be pleased to know the yacht relocates to Monaco and the French Riviera for the summer.

Whether for a Caribbean yacht charter or a Mediterranean yacht charter, come and spend a week aboard this award-winning luxury yacht.

The yacht was selected as the 2008 Best Sailing Yacht in the 30 meter to 40 meter class at the Showboats International World Superyacht Awards in Venice, Italy. The owner was honored at a glittering award ceremony held in the Cini Foundation on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice. Representatives from Fitzroy Yachts, Dubois Naval Architects, and interior design Adam Lay Studio were on hand to witness this ultimate accolade from the luxury yacht industry.

There, at the Showboats International World Superyacht Awards, the yacht was praised for both its exterior and internal styling. The vessel carries the largest sail area of any similarly sized yacht.

The judges were almost unanimous in selecting this yacht as the winner. This vessel, they felt, with its large sail area and automated sail control; its novel operating system for the daggerboard; the clean lines of the contemporary interior which integrates the cockpit and deckhouse together; and the ability to open large skylights in the latter, would give its owner the widest range of use whatever the weather or sea state.

The Showboats International World Superyacht Awards gala is an annual event, attracting the very best yacht builders, naval architects and interior designers from around the world. Roger Lean-Vercoe chaired the judging panel, a highly respected editor of yachting publications. Joining him was a combination of 12 luxury yacht owners and industry experts. All had to meticulously view details on each yacht before meeting for a day-long conference in Paris where they each awarded points on six aspects of every yacht.