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NIRVANA

Flagship of the Fountaine Pajot Eleuthera 60 Series


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VESSEL SPECIFICATIONS
NAME NIRVANA
PREVIOUS NAME N/A
BEAM 8.57 (28′)
DRAFT 1.54 (5′)
LENGTH 18.28 (60′)
CRUISING SPEED 12
BUILT 2009
REFIT YEAR
MANUFACTURER Fountaine Pajot
CREW 2
GUESTS 10
STATE ROOMS 4
DESTINATIONS
  • Caribbean - Virgin Islands - St. Martin - St. Barts
  • France - Italy - Monaco - Croatia - Spain
  • PRICE FROM €10,425 / Per Week
    TOYS AND TENDERS

    Wakeboard
    Waterskis
    Beach games
    Waverunner
    2 x 2-person kayaks
    Tube
    13.8m dinghy with 30hp engine
    Wine cellar

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    Considered the flagship of her fabled builder, sail catamaran NIRVANA, is an Eleuthera 60 model, and one of the largest production catamarans available in the charter market. Arguably the most prolific builders of cruising catamarans in the world, Fountaine Pajot set out to build a spacious charter sailing yacht, with a large, yet comfortable cockpit area for guests to relax. The result is the Eleuthera 60 sail yacht NIRVANA – a catamaran of both impressive size and striking, modern appearance.

    The team behind the unique appearance of Fountain Pajot catamaran NIRVANA is France’s Berret-Racoupeau Yacht Design. They undertook to design a yacht that appealed to all senses – a yacht with the feeling of warmth melded with the tranquility that is synonymous with space and comfort. Examples of her distinctive, and successful design abound everywhere onboard, including oval hull ports, round skylights, a large cockpit with teak sole, and a dinner table large enough for a banquet.

    A beneficial charter feature worthy of note is the design of the yacht’s transoms. The catamaran’s large transoms are extra wide and located close to the water. The design allows the charter crew to easily move around the cockpit terrace without the need to go through the seating area. This unique deck layout means the crew can undertake sailing maneuvers and operate the yacht without disturbing any charter guests sitting in the cockpit.

    The roominess of the cockpit flows seamlessly into the yacht’s cavernous interior. In addition to the light and airy saloon and dining area, there are 4 roomy guest cabins. 2 double aft cabins, each convertible into twins (and 1 with an additional Pullman berth for a small child), and 2 double forward cabins. Each of the 2 forward cabins have access to a single front peak – a sort of “mini cabin” with a small berth suitable for children. The double aft cabin in the port transom also features a writing desk. All four cabins are air-conditioned and have ensuite bathrooms.

    A nice selection of watertoys is available for the use of the guests and completes the charter experience.