|1 X 260 Hp Cummins
|Fresh water tanks
- Designed by German Frers Naval Architects and built to Lloyd Class
- Full carbon quality construction
- Carbon mast and boom
- Easy sailing with fully automated operation
- In-boom furling mainsail and self-taking
- 3 guest cabins plus crew in the bow
- Ample external area
- Cummins 260 hp engine
- Privately owned Vat paid
- Excellent conditions
- Priced to sell
FANTASEA BLUE is a carbon custom-built cruising yacht capable of high performance without sacrificing lifestyle and comfort at sea or at anchor.
Drawn from the pen of German Frers, the hull takes up the lines of the Swan 80 but with an open transom and the typical automation of a Wally. Her build was entrusted to Barcos Deportivos, the shipyard in Tarragona, Spain, that specialises in high-end construction and maxi yachts.
Designed for long-distance cruising, Fantasea Blu is engineered for easy single-handed sailing, thanks to full automation, in-boom furling mainsail and hydraulically operated self-tacking jib.
The highly technological design has not neglected the cruising aspect, paying the utmost attention to meeting the expectations of a leisurely and exclusive cruise with surprising outdoor spaces for a yacht of its size.
A bimini is mounted on a carbon fibre structure sheltering the large cockpit to ensure maximum comfort for guests. Under the bimini, a large al-fresco area offers comfortable seating for 10-12 guests around the beautiful lacquered wood outdoor table that features outdoor refrigerators perfect for refreshing drinks.
The lightness of a raised saloon and classic joinery characterise the interior of Fantasea Blue, whose configuration is designed to accommodate up to 7 guests in 3 cabins: a master suite forward and 2 double cabins aft, all with en-suite facilities.
She can carry up to 2 crew for a relaxed and safe sailing experience.
Powered by 1 x Cummins 260hp diesel engine, the sailing yacht Fantasea Blue is capable of a top speed of 12 knots, and comfortably cruises at 10 knots when powered by her engine.