NB&G 2015: Sunsail Ownership

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Do what you love, sail where you want and own with the best through the Sunsail Ownership Program. Join the worldwide family of satisfied Sunsail owners.

As an owners you receive:

  • All mooring fees, professional maintenance and insurance paid by Sunsail
  • Up to 12 weeks of sailing time aboard your yacht
  • No operating expenses charged to owners
  • Guaranteed monthly income to cover your boat payment
  • Use yachts at over 30 bases worldwide

Additional models available. Contact Sunsail Yacht Partnership for more information: 800-817-0807 or yachtpartnership@sunsail.com

Sunsail 51

Sunsail 51

Sunsail 51

The Jeanneau designed Sunsail 51 embodies harmonious luxury – with a dignified silhouette and spacious interior. The naturally beautiful and versatile yacht offers exceptional sailing and liveability. In the 4 cabins, space comfort and functionality are the stand out key features. Inspired by the successes of slightly smaller models, the Sunsail 51 is a true work of art. Jeanneau designed a modern and performance-oriented hull with a hard chine along with elegant and timelessly beautiful deck styling. Inside, the impressive volume and light provides an open and airy feeling. Attention to detail can be found throughout – especially in the safety, function and look of each detail.

LOA: 50ft 1in • LWL: 45ft 1in • Beam: 15ft 4in • Draft: 5ft 7in • Sail Area: 657 ft2 • Fuel/Water: 63/215 gal • Auxiliary: 75hp

Sunsail 41

Sunsail 41

Sunsail 41

The Sunsail 41 (Jeanneau 409) has taken on key design innovations which include the complete rethinking of the deck and sail plans to make this boat, not only fast, but incredibly easy to handle. Twin wheels and a large swim platform make spending time aboard the Sunsail 41 relaxing and comfortable. Special curved hatches and windows give the boat a sleek look while enhancing visibility and ventilation below. The attention to detail can be felt throughout this 3 cabin, 2 head layout with contemporary interior design and a mass of light pouring in through numerous hull ports and overhead hatches.

LOA: 40ft 5in • LWL: 36ft 1in • Beam: 13ft 1in • Draft: 6ft 10in • Sail Area: 848 ft2 • Fuel/Water: 53/140 gal • Auxiliary: 40hp

Sunsail 444

Sunsail 444

Sunsail 444

The Sunsail 444 is part of the newest generation of cruising catamarans built by Robertson and Caine and focuses on innovation, performance, and comfort. SAIL Magazine’s Best Boat 2012, she is both luxurious and practical. The spacious four double cabin and four head layout plus large saloon and galley gives plenty of room for groups or families. The innovative exterior of the Sunsail 444 features not only a spacious hardtop covered aft cockpit but also forward cockpit with access to the saloon and foredeck providing even more space for relaxing.

LOA: 42’7” • LWL: 41’ 8” • Beam: 23’ 9” • Draft: 4’2” • Sail Area: 1,323 ft2 • Fuel/Water: 185/264 gal • Auxiliary: 39hp

sunsailyachtpartnership.com800-817-0807

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