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cabin sailing yacht

A cabin sailing yacht is a type of sailing boat designed for recreational sailing and cruising over longer distances. The most important feature of a cabin sailing yacht is the presence of a cabin, an enclosed space below the deck where the crew can stay and rest during longer sailing trips. The cabin usually offers sleeping places, a galley (kitchen), a dining area and sanitary facilities, making it comfortable to stay on the water for several days or even weeks.

Cabin sailing yachts vary in size, from small boats suitable for a few people to large yachts that can accommodate ten or more people. They usually have a keel below the surface of the water to provide stability and they are equipped with several sails to propel the boat. Modern cabin sailing yachts are equipped with engines for extra propulsion and to facilitate maneuvering in ports.

The use of a cabin sailing yacht varies depending on the owner and purpose of the boat. Some people use them for relaxation and recreational sailing in coastal waters, lakes and rivers. Others take longer trips across open seas and may even take part in yacht races. Some sailors use cabin cruisers as liveaboards, living and traveling permanently on the boat.

Cabin sailing yachts offer sailors the opportunity to experience the freedom of sailing under sail, combined with the comfort and amenities of a recreational home on the water. They enable people to explore new places, connect with nature and the sea, and embrace an adventurous lifestyle on the water.

DOEVE Brokers and Valuers is your dedicated yacht broker for cabin sailing yachts. For further information about the sale of your cabin sailing yacht or if you wish to purchase a cabin sailing yacht, please contact us.


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