The flybridge is a wide comfortable extra seating area which can also be shut off if necessary. The main cockpit at the rear is well protected from the sun offering a large well shaded area. As with the smaller yachts you’ll find a forward cockpit located just in front of the coach house as well as the traditional trampolines. As you would expect this yacht provides ample space for up to 10 guests split between the five cabins.
She comes with a variety of water sports equipment including a rib capable of towing a number of water toys.
Inside Dream you’ll find ample space for up to ten guests. Surrounding the main saloon are wide panoramic windows filling the room with light. She is air-conditioned throughout and has six cabins to offer. There are four double cabins and one twin cabin all of which are ensuite. There are two crew members who have their own cabins and access them through a separate entrance. The interior and exterior saloons are extremely spacious and are perfect for lunch and dinner times.
At the base you are required to provide an Advanced Provisioning Allowance (APA), which is currently 20% of the charter price. APA is like a ‘boat kitty’ that covers the variable expenses relating to fuel, water, food, beverages, alcoholic drinks and port fees. It is used by the staff to make payments during the holiday without disturbing you. Any remaining APA will be returned at the end of the charter, equally if expenses incurred exceed the APA paid then the additional expense is requested at the end of the charter.