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SEAZEN II

Sunreef 70 Mesmerizes With Oriental-Themed Interiors


Aerial view of yacht under sail
This yacht has taken eco-friendly initiatives
VESSEL SPECIFICATIONS
NAME SEAZEN II
PREVIOUS NAME N/A
BEAM 10.06 (33′)
DRAFT 1.52 (5′)
LENGTH 21.34 (70′)
CRUISING SPEED 10
BUILT 2008
REFIT YEAR
MANUFACTURER Sunreef Yachts
CREW 3
GUESTS 10
STATE ROOMS 4
DESTINATIONS
  • France - Italy - Monaco - Croatia - Spain
  • PRICE FROM €30,000 / Per Week
    TOYS AND TENDERS

    Wakeboard
    Waterskis
    Yamaha GP1300 jetski

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    Exceptionally spacious and wide, SEAZEN II is a modern catamaran that can easily accommodate 8 to10 guests in 3 double cabins and 1 cabin with an innovative 4 folding bed system (which is an excellent solution for children).

    The interior of SEAZEN II depicts Japanese style – the essential aspect of which is simplicity and minimalism. Frugal forms are displayed in brown and cream tones, with touches of muffled red. Visible structural geometry is achieved by the combination of the traditional layout of Tatami mats and decorative elements imitating indigenous Shoji screens and sliding doors.

    The horizontal line of arranging the furniture accentuates the overall scheme: separate seating cushions placed in wooden frames and platform-like simple beds surround low-level tables and the bar. Sparse and carefully selected decorations greatly replenish this posh yet minimalist interior.

    The ideal charter onboard SEAZEN II consists of 8 adults plus 2 children.

    There are many advantages to planning a Caribbean yacht charter onboard a catamaran:

    • Level sailing gives greater comfort and is less tiring
    • Cruising catamarans heel only 5 to 10 degrees under sail as compared to 30 to 45 for the average monohull sailboat. The comfort that results from this level sailing is felt many ways
    • Catamarans cruise in shallow water
    • Because catamarans have a shallow draft (how much water they need in which to float), you can cruise and anchor in areas that monohulls (boats with only one hull/bottom) can’t access.
    • Catamarans have ample space. There is a real feeling of space on a catamaran, from the wide cockpit where you can set up a deck chair, to the bow nets / trampolines (on which you can lie and sunbathe or watch the dolphins swimming underneath).
    • Catamarans are fast
    • Catamarans are generally faster than a similarly-sized monohull.

    Did You Know… While catamarans are fairly new to the charter market, they have been used in India for centuries. English adventurer William Dampier first spotted one in the 1600’s.