For those with a maritime bent, a ketch cruise is always a great experience, a special way to connect with the sea and with yacht racing legends.
The ketch boat remains popular among sailing enthusiasts. With a main mast at the front and a mizzen mast at the back, but in front of the rudder shaft, this boat is highly appreciated for its aesthetic assets and its excellent sailing balance. The division of its sails as well as the mizzen which favours maintenance of the windward end at anchor or in case of a hard blow, give the boat remarkable flexibility of use.
For cruisers in search of marine sensations, ketch rental is the ideal solution. This sailing boat generally offers pleasant sailing on all seas of the globe and works wonders on the warm waters of the Mediterranean, the West Indies, the Pacific and the Indian Ocean.
The prestigious heritage of the ketch
It should also be remembered that many regatta enthusiasts are particularly fond of the ketch, as it evokes, among others, the legendary Pen Duick II and Pen Duick VI, with which the famous French regatta sailor Eric Tabarly won significant victories. Moreover, among the famous references, we can also mention the Joshua of the sailor Bernard Georges Moitessier, the Notre Dame des Flots built in 1942, as well as the famous Polar Star which was renamed Skeaf VII.
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|Number of available boats||155|
|Services types||Skipper, Hostess, Chef, Sailor, Mechanic, Engineer|
|Average price per week||22,356€|
|Minimum price per week||1,200€|
|Maximum price per week||110,000€|