Sail yacht PHILANDERER is the largest sailing vessel licensed to legally charter in Spanish waters. She wants bookings in the Spanish Balearic Islands this summer!
Philanderer is currently booked from 28th July to 04th August (Palma/Palma). The sailboat is offering special rates for reservations secured before 31st May 2012.
Philanderer comes from Thailand, built by Concorde Yachts. This sailboat is well-known in the luxury yacht charter market. She boasts multiple features. For instance, large interior volume, a great layout for entertainment, and 5 guest cabins. Her onboard amenities include a sauna and a well-furnished gym.
Philanderer completely refit from 2009 through 2011. She is in bristol condition, from top to bottom.
There are an estimated 300 days of sunshine per year. The Balearic Islands offer wonderful beaches and rich culture. They are a preferred holiday destination in Spain. More passengers pass through the Palma de Mallorca airport than any other in Spain.
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