Sunsail has announced that it is adding new monohulls and catamarans to its charter fleet. The new vessels represent an investment of several million pounds by the company.
Sunsail is preparing to add 46 new monohulls and 42 new catamarans to its charter fleet.
The new Sunsail 34, Sunsail 38 and the Sunsail 454 will be introduced to more of the company’s destinations next year.
From spring 2017, ten new Sunsail 34 two-cabin monohulls and seven new Sunsail 38 three-cabin yachts will be available to charter in Croatia and Greece.
The Sunsail 34 has twin helms for easy shorthand sailing and improved visibility, and is targeted at couples and small groups.
With an emphasis on comfort and functionality, the Sunsail 38, 12-metre Jenneau is both stable and spacious.
The vessel has a chined hull for improved upwind performance.
From next year, Sunsail is introducing 21 new mid-size four-cabin catamaran 454 into the fleet.
This will replace the Sunsail 444.
Described as modern and spacious, the 454 has the overall benefits of the Leopard catamaran range.
These include a forward cockpit, stepped hill design, modern interior and a new reversed interior layout.
Features found exclusive to this new model includes oversized windows, a large overhead skylight, refined lighting and trim, and overall larger interior volume.
First deliveries will be in the next few weeks to the British Virgin Islands and St Martin in the Caribbean.
This will be followed by deliveries in Croatia and Greece in spring 2017, and eventually to all other Sunsail destinations.
Sunsail recently invested several million pounds into the development of new yachts in more than 20 destinations around the world.
It recently added 17 brand-new catamarans and 19 new monohull yachts to its charter fleet in the British Virgin Islands.
The company has also announced its new British Virgin Island Rum Tasting Flotilla for 2017. Dates and details will be announced in due course.