Sea Star is a Beneteau 57, which was designed and built for the purpose of changing the perception of Beneteau which at the time of launch was the largest yacht builder in the world. This powerful yacht has the kind of luxurious amenities you would only expect to appear on much more expensive yachts.
As you would expect on a statement boat, the Bruce Farr design combines a hull that not only accommodates a luxurious interior but also offers performance suitable for taking part in Atlantic rallies and Bermuda races.
On deck you will find a spacious and comfortable centre cockpit opening up the aft deck, and as a result, providing a large flat sunbathing area. The teak decks and dark hull give the yacht a beautiful appearance and make it stand out from the crowd.
Inside Sea Star you’ll find an interior worthy of a custom built yacht. The cherry stained wood, padded ceiling and carved door frames give an air of a very special boat. The saloon is uncluttered and spacious with the galley being tucked away towards the rear of the yacht. There are four double cabins all of which are ensuite. The fifth cabin and toilet are occupied by the skipper.
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.