LONESTAR Now For Charter

Posted March 3, 2020 in Charter by Morgan Crowe

The 85-foot (26m) LONESTAR is now for charter with Northrop & Johnson. The sailing catamaran charters in Thailand, Malaysia and the Anambas Islands with charters starting at €43,000 per week, all-inclusive.

LONESTAR provides a desirable on-water holiday for guests seeking luxurious leisure cruising or competitive racing in Southeast Asia with family and friends. The yacht combines outstanding service, spacious comfort and fun. The catamaran was custom designed by French naval architects Van Peteghem and Lauriot Prevost (VPLP) and built by DRA France in 1991, the yacht was recently refitted in 2020.

This charter yacht features over 2,500 square feet of (232 square meters) of uncluttered deck space and six cabins, making her ideally suited for large groups and extended families. LONESTAR is able to accommodate 12 guests or 16 guests with small children. The yacht features four double-bed staterooms each with a single bed, suitable for children. Additionally, two twin-bed staterooms with upper and lower bunks are located amidships. Each stateroom aboard is accompanied by an en-suite bathroom.

The yacht features a cozy, air-conditioned main salon with a bar, lounge seating and dining — it provides the perfect interior space for relaxing. On-deck LONESTAR has a highly desirable cockpit, which is the social hub of the yacht. Guests can lounge while taking in the views and enjoy alfresco meals here. There are also scattered overstuffed sun cushions, which give guests the option to unwind under the shade of the Bimini or catch rays in the warm tropical sun on the foredeck. Generous transom steps allow guests to have easy access to the water for swimming and enjoying the yacht’s water toys.

LONESTAR sails at 10 to 15 knots and features an impressive 2,690 square feet (278.7 square meters of sail area. This is a catamaran, where charter guests can truly enjoy the thrills of sailing.

For more information, please contact PR@Northropandjohnson.com.

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