Come and charter the sleek Catana 41 OC catamaran and explore the Indian Ocean from Nosy Be island Madagascar. You can choose to enjoy either a crewed or bareboat private charter with this 41ft luxury catamaran.
This modern catamaran comes with all the mod cons to help you during your charter including autopilot, a coloured chart plotter, a depth sounder, speedometer, VHF, a wind indicator, a wind speed indicator, a Bimini Top, an electric windlass, self-tailing winches. The Catana 41 OC also comes complete with solar panels a water maker and a gennaker. Thanks to its size and double bedrooms this luxury catamaran is perfect for groups of friends or large families to enjoy a private catamaran charter on the Indian Ocean.
The pristine coral reefs and the diverse marine life make Madagascar perfect for snorkelling and the warm water makes you feel like you are swimming in a bath. Thanks to its proximity to the Equator you can sail the Catana 41 OC Premier catamaran in Madagascar at any time of year but the best sailing season is from April to November. The location of the charter base on the volcanic island of Nosy Bé is perfect for setting sail to explore the all the small heavenly islands that surround Madagascar.
Price per night in euros:
17/11-21/12 07/01-22/03 13/05-28/06 25/08-27/09
22/12-06/01 23/03-12/05 29/06-24/08 28/09-16/11
These prices are based on a 7 day charter.
The price includes:
First and last night moored on the pontoon
CD-player and cockpit speakers
Dinghy & outboard engine
2 sets of linen, towels, beach towels per person/week
The price does not include:
A mandatory starter pack 40€
Cleaning fee of 230€
Transfers airport-base-airport (these can be organised for an extra cost)
Diesel, fuel and water
For all bareboat charters without skipper or mooring guide it is compulsory to take a satellite phone on-board. The satellite phone rental is 30€/night plus communication fees.
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