Our ship, who gets familiar with all those, who set sails for the adventure in the North with us.

 

Designed by renowned designer Tony Castro, the ship was awarded the title Sailboat of the Year in France. Shape designed to achieve the speed of racing boats, while maintaining maximum comfort. Thanks to this, she is able to easily reach speed up to 7-8 knots (similar ships of comparable length normally reach speeds of 1 knot lower!). We can, therefore, travel longer distances in less time and therefore visit more places and enjoy the thrill of fast sailing, while the sports rigging and the strong Kevlar-fiber-reinforced hull ensure our safety in the event of severe weather conditions. The rigid and carefully designed hull also absorbs any shock waves and allows a more comfortable sailing. The great features of the boat also reflect the fact, that Midnight Blue can easily sail at 20 knots wind without reducing the sail and our 11.9 knots speed record!

 

When looking below deck, you feel Danish temperance and French sense of feeling at home and on the water. The fact that the ship is fully insulated and equipped with electric heating will certainly add the feel of coziness. Accommodation is provided by 3 double cabins. You can also use 2 beds and 2 bunk beds in the salon (living room of the boat). The boat is equipped with a gas stove (with an oven) and refrigerator.


Specifications

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Jeanneau Sunshine 38

11,66 m / 38’3″

11,25 m / 36’1″

3,85 m / 12’3″

5750 kg / 12677 Lbs

1.9 m / 6’2″

Kevlar-fiber-reinforced fibreglass (Aramat K)

Category A (ocean)

furling genoa + full batten mainsail, Bermudian rig 

7,42 kts

80 l

Diesel

2 x 100 l

3

8 (10)


A few pictures how Midnight Blue look like: