1992 76ft Sail Boat Sleeps 6 Guests In 3 Cabins, Experience Sailing At It's Best
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Builder: CNB Bordeaux
A performance cruiser, CAP II is more than a fantastic sailing yacht; she is luxurious and comfortable, and a joy to be aboard. She is operated from her aft cockpit, leaving the center cockpit for her guests to sun, sightsee and enjoy al fresco meals. A powerful sailing machine, CAP II is very stable, offering her guests a smooth, comfortable ride. Luxurious cruising accommodations aboard CAP II are for six guests in three well appointed double staterooms with ensuite bathrooms. You set the pace and itinerary aboard CAP II; your professional, courteous crew will do the rest. Cap II is not advertised for charters in the US and does not chart...
3 Electric Heads
3 Wash Basins
CAP II can accommodate 6 guests in three spacious double cabins (two forward and one midship) each with en-suite heads and cupboard space. The two forward cabins can be converted into a large primary suite due removable dividing wall that can form one large cabin.
Air conditioning throughout.
Midships cabin: 78" x 52";
Two forward cabins: 51" wide at head tapering to 39"wide at the foot. Length 79"....
WiFi internet access
Ipod/device docking station
Air conditioning and fans
Cockpit and flybridge speakers
Night Air conditioning and fans
Salon TV with satellite tv
Television, Video cassette recorder, DVD and movie library, Bose stereo with surround sound - connect via Bluetooth.
Each cabin has both European 220 and US 110 sockets for use of chargers, phones, lap tops etc.
14' aluminum AB dinghy 50 HP four stroke Dinghy
Stand Up Paddle
Some snorkel gear. Frisbee, bat & ball for beach games.
Towable - inflatable ring suitable for one adult or two children.
Board games: Chess, Backgammon, various dice and card games.
CAPTAIN KEITH CHIPPING
It took Keith working as a school teacher to learn the lesson that the call of the sea had a far greater appeal than the call of the classroom. Having a long standing interest in history and current affairs had led Keith into academic study that culminated in teacher training and work in English high schools trying to impart this passion on our future generations.
Then sailing was discovered, along with the realization that his own passion for teaching was not as powerful as his passion for sailing. It was sailing in its purist form that led to this conversion – that is, dinghy sailing. Instead of extolling the vir...