Yacht charter in Lymington
Sparkman & Stephens — Nauticat 521 (1987)
Description of Chris's sailboat
58ft Sparkman & Stephens Nauticat 521
Salamander is a 1987 Sparkman and Stephens designed 58 ft Nauticat 521, built by Nauticat in Finland. Salamander is a fully equipped ocean going yacht, ready to sail for extended periods between the continents. She is a cutter rigged ketch offering plenty of different sail configurations for a safe passage in most weathers, sleeping as many as 8 people in comfort in 4 teak cabins, plus further accommodation for crew. The ultimate ocean cruising experience, Salamander incorporates the best traditions of Nauticat’s ocean going capability with an inherent classic style. Salamander is the largest in the Nauticat range with the emphasis put on designing a yacht suitable for advanced world-wide cruising. An exceptionally well equipped yacht for extensive cruising in great comfort. The clean hull lines, powerful rig make Salamander perform superbly as an effortless passage maker. She features extensive teak decks with classic traditional looks and for ease of handling she is rigged as a ketch which gives many possibilities to suit all sea and wind conditions.The cockpit layout is designed for comfortable and safe handling of the boat, and the helmsman’s seat is positioned on the portside, giving the helmsman a tranquil and efficient position for manoeuvring Salamander. The cockpit also has good seating to allow up to 9 people to sit in full comfort. The interiors have been built to the highest Nauticat standards that have been developed continuously for more than four decades. Our prices for charter are very specific for each individual request. The price listed is just a guideline set as what the price could be for a weekly charter at full capacity during the high season. Please message us directly with your dates and requirements for a bespoke price offer.
Equipment of the sailboat
Location of the sailboat: Berthon Lymington Marina, Lymington
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