Charter Douce France Luxury Sail Yacht

Douce France

Douce France

Length: 42.20m  (138'5"ft) / Guests: 12 / Built: 1998

Douce France

Sailing yacht Douce France is a stylishly-built catamaran perfect for rest and relaxation on luxury charters. Built in 1998 by Prevost, she is the largest in her category and designed with speed and comfort in mind. The 42m sleeps 12 guests in six cabins and boasts an attentive first-class crew of eight.

Douce France may be a fast-moving catamaran, but above all she is a five-star cruising yacht offering her guests modern amenities and decadent extras. Outside can be found plenty of space for al fresco dining, area for sun lounging, and even a small swim platform for easy access to the water when swimming or launching the water toys.

Inside, the interiors of Douce France are a welcoming picture of dark and light woods and contrasting bright-colour soft furnishings. Her saloon in particular is a favoured spot for peaceful lounging in comfort and privacy or sitting at the bar and enjoying the view.

Sailing yacht Douce France has a top speed of 18 knots and cruises comfortably at 15 knots. Serviced by a dedicated crew of eight headed by Captain Pascal Goger, she is a wonderful charter yacht for luxury holidays.

Douce France's Accommodation

Luxury charter yacht Douce France sleeps 12 guests in six cabins.

Master Cabin: Features Queen-size bed; and en suite with tub, shower and head

5 x Guest Cabins: Each features a Queen-size bed; and en suite with tub, shower, and head

All beds are capable of converting into two Twin beds if needed.

Crew has a separate companionway, heads and shower.

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