|Launch Year|| Length||Designer||Guests||Cabins|
4 Cabins & 4 Quiet Flush Electric Heads
2 Single Cabins in V-Berths
Generator and Air Conditioning
Fully Battened Main w/Stackpack/Lazy Jacks & Furling Genoa
Electric Winch on Flybridge and Electric Windlass with Remote
130L Fridge, Seperate Freezer + 1 Cockpit Fridge
AM/FM/CD Stereo w/Speakers on Flybridge
Forward & Aft Cockpit with Cushions
B&G Zeus 16" Chart Plotter, GPS & Autopilot
11ft Dinghy & 20HP Outboard
Cell Phone & VHF Radio
Snorkeling & Safety Gear
Chart & Cruising Guide
Fans in Salon & Cabins
|HIGH SEASON||MID SEASON||LOW SEASON||OFF-SEASON|
|December 16th - January 3rd |
February 1st - April 10
January 4th - January 31st
April 11th - April 30
|May 1st - July 9th|
November 6th - December 15th
|July 10th - November 5th|
|$ 13,000||$ 12,000||$11,000||$10,00|
|$9,286 (5 Nights)||$8,571 (5 Nights)||$7,857 (5 Nights)||$7,143 (5 Nights)|
|$1,857 (Add'l Night)||$1,714 (Add'l Night)||$1,571 (Add'l Night)||$1,429 (Add'l Night)|
In the salon wraparound windows allow in light, making the space seem huge, L shaped couches and a pouf leave room for everyone. The Cockpit is almost a continuation of the salon thanks to windows and doors that slide open wide. The cockpit has a couch, a foldout portside table with adjustable banquette seating and a lounging area starboard. A “J” shaped galley next to the cooking station in the aft cockpit means that serving is fast and easy and everything that you need is close at hand.
The cabins aboard the 46 are all comfortable, with large island beds, excellent natural light and ventilation and en suite facilities with large showers. All cabins get lots of natural light and air through hatches and large hull windows with opening portholes.The interior decor complements the layout nicely, with light wood and fabrics that create a clean, inviting appearance. It’s not dramatically hyper-modern, but comfortable and contemporary and all in very good taste.
Moving around the 46 is as easy as it is to get her sailing. The centrally placed flybridge helm station has access points both from the aft cockpit and from the starboard deck. Visibility is excellent and the deck layout, with winches and locks that are all close at hand, is perfect for carefree, uncomplicated sail handling. Even the windlass can be controlled remotely from the flybridge.
The flybridge also has large sun pads aft of the helm seat meaning that helming won’t necessarily be a lonely experience. The helm is shaded by a bimini top and there are even thoughtful touches like drinks holders close at hand.
There are just three wide and easy to use steps that lead down from the aft cockpit to the water. Conventional davits secure the dinghy while underway.
C’est La Vie, is perfect for a family or large group, looking for the perfect combination of Luxury and Performance.