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A beautifully designed 1920’s sailing yacht, HALCYON boasts comfortably elegant interiors with original period features.
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Built in 1929 and carefully refit in 2006, HALCYON retains her original charm whilst boasting modern features. This beautiful, classic sailing yacht features a deep hull shape making her stable and comfortable. Feel transported to the glorious heyday of yachting by HALCYON’s traditional rig and timeless lines. On the main deck enjoy the external space the cockpit provides, a perfect place to bask in the sunshine or enjoy an al fresco lunch at the large teak dining table. HALCYON’s interiors are equally refined completed with Burma teak and original 1930’s fireplaces and barometers. The classic styling of her interiors does not mean that she is devoid of modern comforts and she boasts flat screen televisions and Bose surround sound systems.
Enjoy relaxing after a day of adventure in the central saloon before relishing in a delicious dinner in the formal dining room. Spend your days on board HALCYON taking in her spectacular sailing prowess or exploring using her tender and water toys. Get your heart racing as you slice through the waves on a wakeboard or set a gentler pace for your adventures as you paddleboard through the clear East Mediterranean waters. Let the winds carry you from island to bay as you bask in the beautiful surroundings of this unique classic sailing yacht.
Length: 28.96m (95’) Beam: 5.18m (17’) Draft: 3.05m (10’) Year Built / Refit: 1929 / 2006 Total Guests: 8 in 4 cabins Total Crew: 3
Gross Tonnage: 86 Builder: J.I. Thornycroft & Co Ltd Naval Architect: John Thornycroft Cruising Speed: 6 knots Max Speed: 7 knots
Deep hull shape for stable sailing
One master suite and a further three double rooms
Bose sound system
Range of toys and tenders
Unique history and modern conveniences
Expansive outdoor space
TENDERS & TOYS
1 x 20HP Highfield RIB
2 x Stand up paddleboards
Why we love it
HALCYON’s history and dramatic looks make her stand out from the crowd. Her 2006 refit was done with such consideration that her modern conveniences have been incorporated without detriment to her historic character and she is a magnificent yacht on which to sail the Greeks Islands or the Dalmatian Coast.
CRUISING LOCATIONS & PRICES
Summer 2022: East Mediterranean and Greek Islands
Winter 2022/23: East Mediterranean and Greek Islands Summer 2023: East Mediterranean and Greek Islands
Summer low season: 18,000 EUR per week Summer high season: 20,000 EUR per week
Winter low season: 18,000 EUR per week Winter high season: 16,000 EUR per week
*Prices shown here reflect the base weekly rates and an Advanced Provisioning Allowance, VAT, relocation and Pelorus planning fees may be applied in addition
PLANNING YOUR EXPERIENCE
Get in touch with our yachting experts to begin planning your experience aboard HALYCON.
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