POWDERMONKEY OF LONDON

POWDERMONKEY OF LONDON
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  • POWDERMONKEY OF LONDON

  • An enduringly popular charter yacht with a strong client following, POWDERMONKEY OF LONDON has recently undergone a comprehensive refit. The yacht also has a fascinating provenance to her name. The powdermonkey on a naval Man of War was the crew member responsible for bringing the gunpowder from the ship's magazine to the gun deck. In fact, one of the current owner's ancestors was a real powdermonkey who served under the Lord Nelson on the HMS Victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1806. He even won the Trafalgar medal and so the yacht is named in his honour.

Specification

  • Summer rates (high/low)
    EUR 49,000/EUR 42,000 per week
  • Summer Cruising
    West Mediterranean
  • Winter rates (high/low)
    EUR 49,000/EUR 42,000 per week
  • Winter Cruising
    Please Enquire
  • Beam
    6.4m (21ft)
  • Draft
    2.2m (7.2ft)
  • Cruising Speed
    20 knots
  • Engines
    2 x 2,000hp MTU
  • Built
    2004 (refit 2014), Falcon Yachts, Italy
  • Length
    29.8m (97.8ft)
  • Guests
    12
  • No. Of Guest Cabins
    5 (3 x Double, 2 x Twin, 2 x Additional Berths)
  • Crew
    5
  • Watersports
    4.2m AB tender 50hp engine, 2 x Sea-Doo spark 90hp jetskis, 2 x kayaks, wakeboard, waterskis, 2 x SeaBobs F5 with fast chargers, snorkelling gear, inflatable towables
  • COMMUNICATION & ENTERTAINMENT
    Comprehensive audio-visual systems, NETTV - UK TV & movie package. Wi-Fi internet access.
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