A more beautiful world. Ashore and afloat.
Luxury lies not in the richness of things, but in the absence of vulgarity. â€• Coco Chanel
Aylesford International. Luxurious residences worldwide. A few decades ago now, our firm was one of the first to venture out internationally. This was in the days of the proper blue British passport, which I seem to remember had to be stamped by your bank if you were taking any precious British currency. Over the years we have built up a special international rental portfolio by being unashamedly selective. Now, as then, we personally visit every property we offer, bringing our unbending standards with us. The result is a niche selection of the very finest residences in a dozen countries worldwide. Amongst others we can perch you on a Grenadine clifftop; ensconce you in Balinese luxury â€“ in Barbados; or install you in the most desirable property in all of St. Tropez. All of our properties are fully staffed, and aim to respond to any whim you may have. Our quality-not-quantity ethos is one of many values which we share with our friends at Dubois. Weâ€™re therefore delighted to team up with them here to offer you an exquisite selection of options in our shared areas of the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. If you plan to be on land, on water or indeed a touch of both, we have some wonderful propositions for you.
ANDREW LANGTON Chairman, Aylesford International.
Dubois Yachts. Life-changing charters. Whether you have never chartered a yacht before, or have salt running through your veins, may I extend a warm welcome. I started our company in the 1970s, designing racing yachts, winning trophies such as the Fastnet, the Sydney to Hobart race and the Admiral’s Cup. In time, our focus moved to designing ever-larger more luxurious craft that coupled excellent performance with exceptional levels of comfort. This was the birth of the Superyacht. Today, all of our charters come complete with a professional and qualified crew at your service, from the captain and chef, to all hands. But first, we listen. We want to know all about your party and what you’re looking for. Perhaps a private cruise, island hopping and navigating beautiful backwaters and coves that only captains know? Or perhaps the full-on glamour of St. Barths, Barbados, Sardinia or the French Riviera, complete with a mooring at the Monaco Grand Prix? It can all be arranged with pleasure. We take care of every detail, contributing ideas, devising itineraries – even provisioning the cellar with your favourite wine. On shore, we also use well-established relationships to secure restaurants, cars, trips and helicopters. Over half our charter business comes from clients returning to us. We’re proud of that, and are delighted to work alongside Aylesford who share our passion for deeply personal service. Novices or veterans alike, we look forward to welcoming you aboard.
ED DUBOIS Chairman, Dubois.
THE MEDITERRANEAN No other part of the world brings together such beauty, so compactly. The Mediterranean encompasses some 22 countries. The variety seems infinite: from the birthplace of civilisation itself to the uber-modern and off the charts fashionable. The season in the Mediterranean traditionally runs from April to October, with its height in July and August. The waters are typically calm, clear and warm, and the skies blue and hot. As early as spring, the temperatures can be in al fresco-lunching territory. In the height of the season they sit dependably in the high 70s, and a balmy warmth can linger long into October/November. On land, Aylesford offers some of the most beautiful property to rent and indeed buy in six Mediterranean countries. On the water, Dubois gives you the freedom of the region in all its guises, from yachtingâ€™s epicentres on the French Riviera, Sardinia and Italy to hundreds of hidden coves and beaches and more than 3,000 islands.
Villa Lola, IBIZA
Villa Lola, IBIZA Sleeps: 12 in 6 bedrooms Location: Ibiza, Spain
It’s remarkable how, in assured hands, modern architecture can work so beautifully in even the most rustic environment.
Closest airport: Ibiza (IBZ) Flight time: 2hrs 15mins from London Staff: 2 Price: From €21,560 p/week
Villa Lola is perched up high, surrounded by forests and neighbouring hills. And yet, in a setting where you might expect crumbing old stones, comes this testament to minimalism, angles, art, glass and steel. Six bedroom suites cosset your party in contemporary luxury, and clean, open spaces absorb 12 with ease in this capacious villa.
And if you feel the need for beats rather than birdsong – this is Ibiza, after all – the property is a digital temple: your music can be networked around the house and indeed gardens. A full Sky package, Apple TV, iPod docks and Wi-Fi are everywhere, with TV/DVD in every bedroom. You may, however, spend a lot of your time simply gazing outwards. Competing for your attention is a mighty panoramic vista, looking down to Formentera and the sea beyond.
“Six bedroom suites cosset your party in contemporary luxury, and clean, open spaces absorb 12 with ease in this capacious villa.”
Price: From €145,000 p/week
Toys: 2 Rib tenders, 1 Topper sailing dinghy, waterskis, 2 kayaks, snorkelling gear, diving gear, inflatable tows, 2 folding mountain bikes, jacuzzi, gym.
With its superslick aluminium hull, the 45 metre Salperton is a world class sailing yacht that is built for speed. Equally, if you so wish, you have many happy hours in store busy going nowhere. Simply ask the crew to lower the swim platform and you can put the toys – kayaks, dinghies, tenders, waterskis – through their paces. Indeed, Salperton is all about fun and relaxation amidst contemporary interior design that would grace
“Salperton is all about fun and relaxation amidst contemporary interior design that would grace any chic apartment.”
any chic apartment. The ethos here is about keeping it natural: the 8-panel skylight floods the interior with daylight, revealing leather, bronze, granite, oak and walnut. There’s a large dining cockpit, plenty of aft deck space for sunbathing and a foredeck Jacuzzi as well. And if you feel like working up an appetite for the chef’s dinner – there’s even a gym. Salperton sleeps six in its three coolly chic staterooms.
Villa El Mar, IBIZA
Villa El Mar, IBIZA Sleeps: 12 in 6 en-suite bedrooms Location: Ibiza, Spain
Floodlit tennis fanned by a gentle sea breeze. Speedboat access direct to your villa. Grounds with over 1,000 palm trees. DJ-ing lessons.
Closest airport: Ibiza (IBZ) Flight time: 2hrs 15mins from London Staff: 25 Price: From €100,000 p/week
The postcards almost write themselves in Villa El Mar, where one of the island’s most imposing properties sits on its enviable clifftop eyrie. Indeed it even has an exclusive swimming deck for your own private sunbathing and water sports. The property comprises two parts. The Main Villa is a luxurious, traditional style finca and features 4 ensuite bedrooms which overlook the infinity pool and the beautiful bay. Two are on the ground floor, which makes having your swimming pool ‘en-suite’ a pleasant indulgence, while the other two, including the Master Bedroom, are upstairs.
The opulence continues in the Guest Villa, which sits higher up the cliff with two further en suite bedrooms. The views are arguably even finer up here, offering inspiring Ibiza sunrises to the front and lush tropical gardens to the rear. There is a fully equipped gym, 3D HD movies, a further ‘Olympic’ style pool with 40 metre lanes, two Mercedes with drivers and a jeep for your personal use. The property is fully staffed with a gourmet chef, concierge, butler and hostess, with every meal and every glass all fully included.
“The postcards almost write themselves in Villa El Mar, where one of the island’s most imposing properties sits on its enviable clifftop eyrie.”
“She is designed for extensive blue water cruising while accommodating up to 10 in spacious luxury. Her five cabins comprise a full-width owner’s stateroom, two VIP staterooms and two twinberth guest staterooms.”
MONDANGO Designed by Dubois and launched in late 2008, Mondango is a 52m ketch that combines ocean-going prowess with a firm eye on creature comforts and aesthetics. Indeed, she is something of a floating gallery, adorned with Japanese artwork, and stone and glass-blown sculpture. She is designed for extensive blue water cruising while accommodating up to 10 in spacious luxury. Her five cabins comprise a full-width owner’s stateroom, two VIP staterooms and two twin-berth guest staterooms. Each is themed in distinctive colours through its throws, cushions and fabrics. Every bathroom is adorned with a unique specially commissioned onyx bowl, and has contemporary chaise longues set into the window bays. The main saloon is furnished in Makassar wood, soft fabrics and exquisite leather. The floor is an entire circle of bleached oak with a wool and silk carpet. An imposing Japanese artwork comprising panels of bronze, zinc and copper retracts to reveal a 65” television screen secreted behind it. There is formal dining for 10 below, or alfresco on deck where there is also a rectangular Jacuzzi and sunbeds.
Sleeps: 10 in 5 staterooms
Price: From €165,000 p/week
Toys: 1 Topper sailing dinghy, 1 Hobie tandem kayak, 2 inflatable kayaks with clear view bottom, snorkelling gear for 10, fishing equipment, waterskis, wakeboards, inflatable toys, 2 model remote controlled sailing boats.
CHÂTEAU ST TROPEZ
CHÂTEAU ST TROPEZ Sleeps: 16 in 8 en-suite bedrooms Location: St Tropez, France Closest airport: Toulon-Hyeres (local), Nice or Marseille (international) Flight time: 2 hours (approx) from London Staff: 8 Price: From €30,000 p/week
In a town rich in exquisite homes and gorgeous places to stay, we would argue this is the finest in St. Tropez. Your first moments here are a hint of what is to come. You sweep through wrought iron gates and along a palm-lined drive. As you step inside, you are greeted by Kenzo furnishings, chandeliers, art prints of Brigitte Bardot and Mick Jagger, and a sumptuous air pervading every room, space and terrace.
There is formal dining for 16 inside and out. You have one of the largest landscaped gardens in all St Tropez. There is a fine 18m x 10m pool. Indeed, there is even room in the Château to entertain up to 200. All this, and yet you’re still just a 300m stroll to heart of the nightclubs, bars, restaurants and harbour of St. Tropez. Naturally, the Château is fully equipped with every creature comfort, and fully staffed with a manager, concierge, housekeeping and chef.
Between the Château itself and its guest house Maison D´Etoiles, up to sixteen guests are cocooned in off-thescale luxury. All eight ‘bedrooms’ are, more accurately, full and spacious suites replete with fine fabrics, linens and marble bathrooms.
“All eight ‘bedrooms’ are, more accurately, full and spacious suites replete with fine fabrics, linens and marble bathrooms.”
Sleeps: 12 in 6 staterooms
From US$385,000 p/week
Toys: 1 Dariel 7.5m custom tender, 1 Novurania 7.5m custom tender, 1 Narwhal 4.8m SOLAS tender, waterskis, wakeboards, inflatable rides for towing, 2 x 2 person inflatable sea kayaks, floating foam mattresses, fishing gear, volleyball and other beach games, 2 x 2 person waverunners. Exercise equipment includes: a stationary bike, mini stepper, TRX exercise system, treadmill, free weights and Yoga mats.
When the upper deck saloon of your yacht features a grand piano, and when the crew can outnumber the guests, you know youâ€™re in ultra-luxury territory. Turquoise, a magnificent motor yacht designed by Dubois and launched in 2011, welcomes 12 guests in considerable style. The six VIP staterooms are an artful blend of grace and space, exotic makore and sapele woods (a signature of this yacht) and ensuite marble bathrooms with full baths as well as showers. The Master Suite, which runs the full width of the yacht, even includes a fully-functioning office with satellite internet. Aboard this 55 metre yacht there is a space or a salon for every mood. For hearty breakfasts or evening barbecues, the large upper aft deck will fan you with gentle sea breezes.
An HD movie, a spot of backgammon? Stroll over to the full width upper deck salon. Sunbathing? The sundeck and banquette area with its 360Â° vista, and pool/ whirlpool with ample space for all 12 guests. A formal banquet? The main dining salon awaits. There is also a fully equipped gym, a swim deck, toys and even a decompression chamber for serious divers. Aboard Turquoise, it seems they really have thought of everything.
â€œThe six VIP staterooms are an artful blend of grace and space, exotic makore and sapele woods (a signature of this yacht) and en-suite marble bathrooms with full baths as well as showers.â€?
VILLA O, CAP FERRAT
VILLA O, CAP FERRAT
“Outside, Villa O’s jasmine-scented gardens are landscaped and luxuriant, and include an eco-swimming pool and Balinese style pool house.” In a region of France that, for so long, has been a cradle of visual art, it is fitting that Villa O should make a magnificent statement over the harbour of Cap Ferrat. This is contemporary architecture at its best: uplifting to the eye but also inspirational to occupy. Sheet after sheet of glass allows the legendary light here to flood in, illuminating the villa’s spaces, terraces and artadorned walls. Up to 12 people can share its luxurious all-suite accommodation, with four bedrooms in the main house and two in the equally exhilarating guest house. Villa O boasts four floors of uninterrupted views of the Mediterranean Sea. It includes a fully equipped gym, a cinema and a library, with each floor accessed by a show-stopping glass lift. The villa is crowned by a rooftop pool, and a terrace – one of many – on which to sunbathe, read and drink in its sublime ambience. Outside, Villa O’s jasmine-scented gardens are
landscaped and luxuriant, and include an ecoswimming pool and Balinese style pool house. Yet, despite the villa’s seclusion and privacy, the bustle, bars, restaurants and moorings of the harbour at St. Jean Cap Ferrat are but five minutes away. Sleeps: 12 in 6 bedrooms Location: Cap Ferrat, France Closest airport: Toulon-Hyeres (local), Nice or Marseille (international) Flight time: 2 hours from London Staff: 4 Price: From €30,000 p/week
â€œThe all-important outside cockpit is also very special: The whole area can be opened to the sky with a folding panoramic roof, or quickly enclosed by the crew with side screens so that the cockpit can still be enjoyed at night.â€?
LADY B Lady B was commissioned by an owner who is serious about high-performance sailing – and having a wonderfully comfortable time doing it. At nearly 45 metres, she’s long, sleek and fast; in fact, she has a special lifting keel to speed her through the water and, at the same time, allow her access to shallow anchorages other yachts would not be able to reach. Below, she cossets up to seven guests in three beautiful cabins. Her master cabin with ensuite bathroom runs the full width of the yacht. It also has its own companionway aft to a private cockpit seating and dining area. There are two further guest cabins, also with ensuite bathrooms, and a study that can convert to a single cabin for an extra guest. The main saloon is split-level with wood flooring that links seamlessly with the deck living area. You go through wide glass doors which, promisingly, have an extra wide ‘party mode’. The all-important outside cockpit is also very special for drinking, dining and just watching the world go by. Lady B’s cockpit ﬂows from the raised main saloon with teak decking linking the two areas. The whole area can be opened to the sky with a folding panoramic roof, or quickly enclosed by the crew with side screens so that the cockpit can still be enjoyed at night.
Sleeps: 7 in 3 staterooms
Price: From €110,000 p/week
Toys: Wake board, waterskis, inflatable towing donut, 4 sets of dive equipment (local dive instructor to be used), snorkelling equipment, Sea Bob, 2 Laser sailing dinghies.
THE CARIBBEAN It really is like a movie. The sun, rising like a flaming coin on an infinite blue swatch of sky. Rustling palm trees throwing shimmering shadows over icing sugar sand. Yachts at anchor, their guests breakfasting on fresh mangoes and wondering what not to do today... The joy of the Caribbean idyll is that it is not a fantasy. It is real, ready and waiting. With great consideration, their season begins the onset of our winter. As you step off the plane you are greeted by a wall of warmth; expect the mid to high 70s/80sF. Come November, the region’s beautiful residences and anchorages are once again showing the world how life should be. Aylesford have been making firm friends and connections in this region for more than a decade. Our properties here include arguably the finest residence on the whole of Barbados. Equally, if you’re looking for the ‘old’ Caribbean, we have discoveries to share with you. On the water, it isn’t hard to see why the Caribbean is second only to the Med in yachting popularity. Dubois puts its 7,000 islands at your reach, from Antigua, the Bahamas and Barbados to the British and US Virgin Islands.
Prana Aboard Prana, the noble pastimes of both sailing and indolence are taken equally seriously. Her credentials are impeccable: this 51.7m sloop is one of the largest sailing yachts on the water and she has been a regular participant at the world’s leading regattas. Yet her clean racing lines belie the sumptuous comfort that pervades her guest areas and staterooms. The aft deck is furnished with a huge U-shaped custommade sofa, shaded by umbrellas, where guests are fanned by the breezes. Three steps down, the cockpit provides a further expansive retreat with its outdoor shaded dining table (with both banquette and chair seating) and sofas. In turn, curved sliding glass doors beckon you through to the saloon. Here you are greeted by a bar, plump seating, a 10-seater dining table and the true sense of space that comes with the yacht’s 10 metre beam. The five lavish staterooms welcome up to 10 guests and feature expansive portholes, electric blinds, climate control, mood lighting and music systems. The capacious Master Suite spans the full width of the yacht, and every cabin is appointed with beautifully finished ensuite bathrooms. Sleeps: 10 in 5 staterooms
Price: From €175,000 p/week
Toys: Main tender Castoldi 21’ Jet, Yanmar engine, inflatable tender 4.3m + 50hp Yamaha outboard. WATER SPORTS: 2 laser dinghies, 3 kayaks, 2 inflatable paddleboards (fun and easy way to discover the coasts and bays) 3 seaboards, 2 mountain bikes, kites & kiteboards, donut & sausage tubes, snorkelling gear for all the guests, fishing gear, scuba gear (licence required, rendezvous diving only), several beach toys. GYM: 2 exercise bicycles by Ciclotte, yoga equipment (balls & mats).
Villa Koi, ST. JAMES, BARBADOS
Villa Koi, ST. JAMES, BARBADOS Sleeps: 10 in 5 bedrooms Location: St James, Barbados Closest airport: Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI) Flight time: 8½ hours from London
It is rare to be able to acquire one of the world’s most desirable locations, and then design a home around it. Built in 2003, Villa Koi enjoys the most enviable of spots on the Caribbean Sea – and it celebrates its good fortune to the full.
Staff: 4 Price: From US$85,000 p/week
Each of the main bedrooms opens out onto a terrace, with the beach and ocean beyond. The splendidly equipped kitchen overlooks the sea, as does its dining pavilion. Indeed, this home is a series of Balineseinfluenced pavilions, unfolding its story from one to the next, and joined by wooden walkways and Koifilled ponds. This series of spaces gives even a large party the opportunity for privacy.
Gorgeous touches abound: the custom-made furniture and high pavilion ceilings; the 80ft horizon edge pool; the media room replete with digital entertainment. And there will be much coin-tossing for the Master Bedroom with its private outdoor bamboo shower, and revolving secret wall which reveals an airconditioned fitness room. And just outside, a stairway leads you down to a sugar-white sand beach, with wonderful swimming, watersports and the warm waves of the Caribbean.
“this home is a series of Balinese-influenced pavilions, unfolding its story from one to the next, and joined by wooden walkways and Koi-filled ponds.”
TWIZZLE Conventional wisdom says you can have a serious sailing yacht or a floating palace, but not both. It also says that the Captain, not the guests, gets the best view in the house. On both counts, Twizzle challenges the way things are done, and does them better. This fast 57.5m ketch is capable of long distances, and is therefore fitted out to a deep standard of luxury. Twizzle accommodates up to 8 people with a boutique hotel experience of contemporary décor, equipment and civilising touches. The owner’s Master Suite and three further guest cabins are decorated in soft hues, styled with contemporary pieces and especially prepared scrubbed timbers. Lights spring to life automatically and digital entertainment is controlled from an iTouch. You can bask, breakfast and barbecue on the top flybridge or enjoy the shade it creates over the informal dining area on the main deck. You can also dine more formally below, or indeed in the forward area of the salon with dramatic views over the bow. Whether you’re an active sailor or a fully paid-up idler, life aboard Twizzle is precisely the way you want it.
Sleeps: 8 in 4 staterooms
From US$266,000 p/week
Toys: 2, 6.4m Castoldi jet tenders each with 250hp engine, 2 Laser Pico sailing dinghies, 2 kayaks, dive gear (rendezvous diving only) dive compressor with Nitrox system, waterskis, wakeboards & tows, snorkelling gear.
â€œYou can bask, breakfast and barbecue on the top flybridge or enjoy the shade it creates over the informal dining area on the main deck.â€?
VILLA BEQUIA, GRENADINE ISLANDS, CARIBBEAN
VILLA BEQUIA, GRENADINE ISLANDS, CARIBBEAN “Hope Lodge sits in three beautifully landscaped acres and overlooks Hope Bay, one of the most remote and perfectly natural beaches in the Grenadines.”
Sleeps: 12 in 6 bedrooms Location: Grenadine Islands, Caribbean Closest airport: Grantley Adams International Airport (Barbados) followed by a short internal flight to Bequia Airport Flight time: 8½ hours from London to Barbados Staff: 5 Price: From US$10,000 p/week
There are some very special stretches of the Caribbean that have remained largely unchanged – for the simple reason that they’re perfect already. Just one example is the tiny Grenadine island of Bequia (pronounced ‘beckway’) and its seven square miles of movie-like beaches, lush forests – and Hope Lodge. More accurately, this property is six lodges, making it a perfect proposition for close family and friends who also value their own space. The lodges are clustered around The Great Lodge, a beautifully designed ‘club’ with its state of the art kitchen, wrap around balcony, light and airy glass, a bar and magnificent dining spaces inside and out.
Hope Lodge sits in three beautifully landscaped acres and overlooks Hope Bay, one of the most remote and perfectly natural beaches in the Grenadines and with coral reefs offshore. There could be no finer vista, lazily admired from the lodge’s freshwater infinity pool. As a newly built property, Hope Lodge is superbly equipped and offers full digital entertainment, internet and communications between the lodges. Perched on the edge of Mount Pleasant, it has also been artfully conceived with complete respect for its breathtaking surroundings.
MOONBIRD “Moonbird offers fabulous accommodation for six charter guests. The Master Cabin runs the full width of the yacht, and all cabins are equipped with en-suite bathrooms and LCD screens.”
Price: From â‚Ź75,000 p/week
Toys: 1 Nautica jet tender, wakeboard, banana, donuts, water skis, kayak, deck chairs.
Whether in full sail, or moored under the azure skies of St. Tropez or St.Kitts, Moonbird is a superyacht that fills the eye. Her aura is only heightened when you step aboard and begin to absorb the design, craftsmanship and care lavished on her creation. Her guiding principle is to celebrate the joy of sailing, and the bliss of laziness, in equal measure. Airy, cool, clean â€“ Moonbird has a contemporary feel with her charcoal grey interiors and a form-followsfunction ethos. Yet comfort is very much a mantra: the deck layout includes two welcomingly squashy seating
areas, one on the aft deck and the other forward of the mast, with the additional benefit of a luxurious sun pad. And whether your mood is formal or informal, the pilothouse bar, together with the lower saloon and dining room, is at your command. The cockpit is shaded by a large sun bimini, deflecting the elements while presenting you with jaw dropping vistas. Moonbird offers fabulous accommodation for six charter guests. The Master Cabin runs the full width of the yacht, and all cabins are equipped with en-suite bathrooms and LCD screens.
COVE SPRING HOUSE, BARBADOS The ethos behind Cove Spring House is simply explained: if it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing sumptuously. This is perhaps the most coveted holiday home on Barbados: a residence where every detail has been exquisitely addressed for a party of up to 20. It is enviably located on the Platinum Coast, sitting atop a natural coral stone cliff, and enclosing something very rare on Barbados: its own secluded and sandy beach. The ten air conditioned, en suite bedrooms are appointed with hand-picked Ralph Lauren furnishings. An expansive series of verandas offers a dozen private spots to while away an afternoon. A freshwater swimming pool and adjoining spa, a private cinema, a library and a fully equipped gym area are all at your disposal. As for your staff, the professional house manager will discuss and take care of every daily requirement, while a full complement of chefs, butlers, maids, gardeners and attendants anticipate your every need and whim.
Sleeps: 20 in 10 en-suite bedrooms Location: Platinum Coast, Barbados Closest airport: Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI) Flight time: 8½ hours from London Staff: 5 Price: From US$44,000 p/week
â€œThis is perhaps the most coveted holiday home on Barbados: a residence where every detail has been exquisitely addressed for a party of up to 20.â€?
KOKOMO Sleeps: 10
Price: From â‚Ź210,000 p/week
Toys: 2 custom 6.1m Hamilton Jet tenders (max speed 37 knots), wake boarding and water skiing equipment, (one of the tenders is set up with a wake boarding and water skiing pole), biscuits, donuts etc. 2 sea kayaks (single person), 2 standup paddle boards (fitted with wind surfing sails) suited for beginner wind surfers. 2 laser vago sailing dinghies. 2 man lasers with Main sail, jib and asymmetrical kite with retracting bow sprit, and trapeze gear for the more experienced, stable enough to be sailed with mainsail only for beginners. 8 sets of dive gear. Snorkelling gear for 10 guests. Fishing gear.
The winner of the Best Sailing Yacht award, Kokomo is the most advanced yacht of her type in the world. This quality also comes in magnificent quantity: Kokomo is over 58m, and in construction she required the largest mast, and the largest set of sails, ever made by their respective world-class suppliers at the time. Her 130-tonne keel can be raised and lowered, opening up access to all the major harbours and marinas of the world whilst also giving her unrivalled performance.
â€œHer 130-tonne keel can be raised and lowered, opening up access to all the major harbours and marinas of the world whilst also giving her unrivalled performance.â€?
A jet black hull with a stark white superstructure creates strikingly simple lines for her flybridge sloop design. Below, the interior is contemporary yet welcoming: light teak, dark wenge, leather cap rails, nickel detailing, wrap-round corner veneers on cabinets and contrasting leather stitch-work. Five staterooms await to cocoon your party of up to ten, with two offering additional Pullman berths ideal for small children. Up on the foredeck, there is ample space for eight at any one time in the Jacuzzi. The crew can enclose the cockpit under glass, and either heat or air condition it according to your wishes.
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WHEN CAN WE WELCOME YOU? This brochure can only give a brief taste of the infinite experiences we offer at Aylesford and Dubois. We also positively encourage special requests and the opportunity to let us inspire you, drawing on our decades of inside knowledge. Ashore or afloat, we look forward to welcoming you.
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A more beautiful world. Ashore and afloat.