With her massive 33ft (10m) beam, DAIQUIRI is spacious on deck and inside. Her expansive foredeck with lounge area, sunpads and twin trampolines is ideal for socialising and relaxing under the Mediterranean sunshine while cruising under sail. The wide teak decks ensure safety and comfort for all on board.
The aft deck provides a large undercover dining space, bar and grill, as well as a daybed and lounge seating. The extended hydraulic swim platform below is the perfect spot for guests to access DAIQUIRI’S watertoys or recline on cushions at the water's edge.
Stairs lead to the flybridge which boasts plenty of space for guests to dine alfresco and sunbathe.
With a seamless flow from the outside into the saloon, the living and entertaining space aboard DAIQUIRI allows guests to spread out and enjoy the various aspects of their charter. The saloon comprises large lounge area and an equally generous dining section, with wraparound windows letting in the superb sea views. This magnificent social space offers guests easy access to the foredeck through a full size door.
For guest entertainment, there’s the latest flatscreen TV/DVD in saloon, indoor and outdoor audio system, Wi-Fi and air-conditioning.
The galley and dinette are below decks.
There are four double and one twin with bunks, each cabin with ensuite. The master stateroom has large window and hatches, an ensuite with dual basins, full size shower, ample storage and private access to the aft deck.
The décor is fresh and chic using light timber panelling, subtle LED lighting and luxury bed linens and accessories.
WATERTOYS & TENDERS
DAIQUIRI will thrill charter guests with the range and calibre of watertoys on board, including a 4.6m tender, two Seascooters, wakeboard, waterskis, SUP, kayak, various inflatable tubes and towable toys, fishing gear, snorkelling equipment and 12-square-metre inflatable platform.
DAIQUIRI’S three professional crew are devoted to guests’ needs and looking forward to welcoming you on board for your dream charter in the sublime Greek Islands.
Please note: Photos are of a sister-ship