Earlybird - Lagoon Seventy7

Earlybird - Lagoon Seventy7 Catamaran Yacht Worldwide by Fyly Exclusive Yachts.
Earlybird - Lagoon Seventy7
from €41,000
23.84 (M)
8 GUESTS

BRAND NEW LAGOON Seventy 7 for charter in West Mediterranean

This yacht has oodles of space and will accommodate a family clan, friends and a professional crew with ease. The owners suite includes a walk-in closet, double-sink head and private terrace that swings out from the hull. And the galley below could be in a Manhattan apartment. This boat has not quite hit the heights of that famous Hemisphere catamaran, but it´s not that far off, let´s face it.

The real head turner on this boat is that balcony off the master cabin- your own private breakfast bar or diving platform that they call the Private Beach. The 77 has a sleeker look than most of its smaller sisters and this Super Yacht is turning heads in marinas and bays around the world. With that huge flybridge and the forward cockpit directly accessible from the deck, there are multiple party zones, but you might need some staff for this catamaran. It can easily accommodate them.

The SEVENTY 7 has a big footprint but she looks balanced and sleek. A hydraulic swim platform can be lowered into the water to lift up the tender, or to provide a nice teak swimming platform. There’s room for 20 in the vast aft cockpit, on lounge seats and around a dining table. An curved staircase leads up to the flybridge from the port corner of the cockpit.

Head forward along the wide side decks and you’ll arrive at the forward cockpit with more sofas to lounge on, and its a short step up from here to the nets.

The master stateroom in the forward starboard hull is the talking point of this boat. There’s a king sized bed, a walk-in closet, a desk, a sofa and a large head and the wow factor is taken up a notch by the hydraulic terrace that lowers down from the hull side from the master stateroom: you own private “beach”. It’s a real head turner.

On the lower decks, there is quite a bit of scope to customise your own superyacht. You can go from between three to five cabins plus the crew quarters. The galley sits in the port hull with direct access to the crew quarters, and you can either locate it forward or aft. All in all you have 215 sq. ft. of working area when you are cooking. Not too shabby!

The main deck is huge and can be configured into separate zones or opened up into one huge space.

Photos credited to Nicholas Claris

Built: 2021

Guests: 8 / Cabins:4

Crew: 4

5m tender with 100HP outboard engine

Inflatable pool that sits in the sea

2 x stand up paddle boards

Snorkelling equipment

Towable inflatables

Wakeboard

Waterskis

Communications 4G Wifi

Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities

Media Centre speakers in saloon, aft and forward cockpits and cabins Saloon 55" TV Master cabin 40" TV Port mid cabin 32" TV

Pricing details

 

High Rate: Low Rate:
56,350 EUR per week 41,000 EUR per week

MCA Compliant: MCA Compliant Rates are Plus Expenses

Additional Rate Details:

Summer 2021 Weekly Rates

€49,000 - High Season (July and August)

€45,000 - Mid Season (June and September)

€41,000 - Low Season (April, May, October & November)

Plus VAT & 25% APA


Winter 2021/22 Weekly Rates

€56,350 (Christmas & New Year)

€49,000 (January & April)

€45,000 (February & March)

Summer Base Port: Sardinia & Corsica
Summer Operating Area: W. Med -Naples/Sicily, W. Med -Riviera/Cors/Sard.
Winter Base Port: Antigua
Winter Operating Area: Caribbean Virgin Islands, Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards


Location Details:
Earlybird will have French & Italian VAT numbers in 2021.

 

Prices are subject to change without any prior notice.

Guests
8
Draft (M)
1.25
Number of guest cabins
4
Beam (M)
11.0
Length (M)
23.84
Maximum speed
10 knots
Crew
4
Cruising speed
8 knots
Cabin types

1 master cabin with the private balcony feature, 2 double and 1 twin cabin, galley is forward in the port hull with crew accommodation forward of it.
Fuel consumption at cruising speed
2 x 1400 l / 2 x 370 US gal
Engines
2 x John Deere N5-230 h
Crew Captain Kemble Whitfield - Earlybird Lagoon Seventy Catamaran by Fyly Exclusive Yachts
Kemble Whitfield
Captain

Kemble has sailed in some of the most remote and exotic destinations around this planet. A passion for the Ocean is deep in his blood, he has Sailed, Surfed, Kiteboarded and explored his whole life…. He enjoys adding value to your sailing experience. Captain Kemble is all about adventure, Fun and excitement with a spot of relaxation to wind away the days at sea. Experience means freedom to push the limits and toast the days adventure. He will always have your back!

Crew Chef Lindi Whitfield - Earlybird Lagoon Seventy Catamaran by Fyly Exclusive Yachts
Lindi Whitfield
Chef

Wife to the Captain, Lindi is also the Admiral!

To say Lindi was born on the beach and in the waves is an understatement. Surfing from a young age, she grew up with the sun and sea in her hair. She loves to meet people. Cooking and travelling are her passions. Spending her life travelling to some of the world’s most exotic destinations. Lindi attended authentic cooking schools learning from the local experts. For Lindi it is important to capture the essence of a dish from it's source, with the freshest ingredients, and in doing so creating tastes that will delight!

Crew First Mate Stuart Brink - Earlybird Lagoon Seventy Catamaran by Fyly Exclusive Yachts
Stuart Brink
First Mate

Stuart has always been in love with the ocean. He started surfing when he was 5, swam in the sea for hours, the ocean has been part of his DNA since then. His father built a 32’ sailing yacht when he was 6, which he learnt to sail on. He has since sailed Hobie Cats, Surfed, Kite boarded and also been a crew member of the National Sea Rescue Institute in South Africa for 15 years. Earlybird brings all his passions together which he'll love sharing with you.

Crew Stewardess Michelle Brink - Earlybird Lagoon Seventy Catamaran by Fyly Exclusive Yachts
Michelle Brink
Stewardess

Michelle has always had a passion for being creative, cooking and adventure. Being a graphic designer, she finds it difficult not to incorporate design into everything that she does. Be it cooking, presentations, table settings or photography. Over the past few years the ocean has become an important part of her life, from sailing to surfing, to snorkelling and diving. Her sense of adventure has always lead her to meet new people and experience new adventures.