TYPE: Classic Cruising Sloop
BUILDER: Renaissance Yachts Marine, Maine, USA
DESIGNER: Bruce King
LOA: 90’ (27.43 m)
BEAM: 20’ 07’’ (6.28 m)
DRAFT (max): 11’ 06’’ (3.50 m)
HULL MATERIAL: Wood cold moulded and West System epoxy resin
ENGINE: Cummins 6 BTA 5.9 – 315 hp
SPEED: 10 knots cruising
ACCOMMODATIONS: 8 guests in 4 staterooms 4 crew in 2 cabins
Fuel: 2,000 litres (528 US gallons)
Water: 1,300 litres (348 US gallons)
Watermaker: 180 litres/hour 48 US gallons/hour
GRT: 54 tons
MEDIA AND VIDEO SYSTEMS
40” LCD SMART TV connected to the Raymarine navigation multifunctional display for guest updating on routing & navigation. Connected to the on board Internet hot spot
Stereo and Film player connected to the TV with USB port for music and video files, Bluetooth interface for any Smartphone & Tablet Apple and Android, Apple TV, for sharing of multimedia files between Apple devices and the Smart TV, Internet GPRS Router for on board hot spot.
Whitefin was built in Camden, Maine, USA, in the Renaissance Yachts Marine shipyard.
With Whitefin the result is a mix of agility, lightness and grace, so exquisitely proportioned that it makes you forget her 90-foot size and gives her one of her greatest qualities: speed.
The boat was designed by Californian designer Bruce King, who is known for his series of successful oceanracing and classic maxi yachts such as Signe (1990 again with Renaissance Yachts), Hetairos (1993), Alejandra(1993), Sophie (1994 again with Renaissance Yachts), Antonisa (1999), MariaCattiva (2002) and Scheherazade (2003).
Whitefin is built up in the WEST SYSTEM technology of multiple plies impregnated by Epoxy resin, preciselysix plies each made up of 1-inch thick boards. The innermost ply and the foursuccessive plies are Maine white cedar, while the outermost ply, laid longitudinally,is Port Orford (Oregon) Cedar.
If the outside is state-of-the-art technology, combined with traditional style, the inside is simply pure delight of nineteenth century elegance: from the magnificent decagonal skylight and the fireplace in the main salon, the piano desk, the hottub in the owner’s suite, every part of this boat brings you to the glorious years of the Gilded Era, when sailing was born as an exclusive sport for gentlemen,and them only.
Her modern keel design and the extraordinary large sailing plan, allowed her to win, in recent years, the most prestigious trophies in the most important regattas for her category, the Spirit of Tradition, such as: the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup in Portocervo, Sardinia; the Vele d’Epoca di Imperia, Trofeo Prada or Trofeo Panerai, in Imperia, Liguria; and Les Voiles de Saint Tropez, in Saint Tropez, France.
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THE CHARTER FEE INCLUDES: charter of the yacht and equipment, crew wages and food, ship's laundry, basic operating consumables, insurance of the yacht for marine risk, third party claims, and the crew for employer's liability insurance.
The charterer will be charged, at cost, for all other expenses. These expenses include but are not limited to food and beverages for the charter guests, fuel for the yacht and auxiliary craft, dockage, taxes, harbor fees, communications, guest laundry, shore-side electricity and water, onshore transfers and tours and anything else not specifically included in the charter fee.
APA: The Advanced Provisioning Allowance is collected with your final payment and is forwarded onto the Captain in order to prepare for your charter. The APA is estimated at between 20 and 35% of the charter fee. The final expenses may be more or less depending on your individual requirements. The captain will be responsible for the accounting of your expenses; he will advise you periodically as to the disbursement of the APA and will provide receipts at the end of the charter. Should you spend more than your estimated expense allowance, additional payment will be required during your charter.
Conversely, unspent APA will be refunded to you at the end of the charter period.