Check out our beautiful sailing catamaran GRACEFULLY - in and out.
Air-conditioned saloon (living area) that can seat comfortably up to 8 guests.
With direct access to the outdoor saloon, the galley (kitchen area) offers a connecting point between the guests indoor and the ones outdoor. The galley is equipped with a fridge, stove, and oven.
Large vertical hull windows allow natural light to illuminate the entire interior and offer a 360 visibility from the saloon.
A great area for guests to gather over food, drinks or games, the outdoor saloon can seat up to 12 guests comfortably.
The spacious front deck features our favorite spot – the sun deck net that is able to withstand up to 400 kg. Guests can feel free to sit or lie on the net and savor the cool, refreshing breeze while sailing.
On the upper deck, the roof extends from over the cockpit to the front deck, creating a huge lounging space for guests to enjoy the breathtaking views of Singapore’s skyline or southern islands as we sail out.
- 1 x Stand-up paddle board
- 1 x 1-man kayak
- 1 x 2-man kayak
- 5 x Swimming noodles
- 3 x Snorkeling masks
- Safety equipment (life jackets and life buoys)
We are constantly upgrading with new and fun equipment, so you never have to worry about keeping your guests entertained.
- Cabin toilet with shower
- Well equipped galley with stove, refrigerator, and oven
- Portable Bluetooth speakers
- Ice cooler of 168-can capacity
- Plastic wine glasses
- USB charger for phones/tablets
Length – 39'3" / 11.97m
Width – 23'9" / 7.25m
Draft – 4' / 1.21m
Mast Height – 66'7" / 20.30m
Sail Area – 904 sq. ft.
Draft – 4' / 1.21m
Water Capacity – 2 x 300L
Fuel Capacity – 2 x 200L
Engines – 2 x 40 horsepower
Configuration – 3 cabins, 2 toilets
Are you planning a gathering for your family, a birthday celebration, a bachelor's party, a surprise engagement proposal, an anniversary getaway, or any other special event?
Would you like to train your team to develop individual leadership, to become more agile in times of change, or to communicate more effectively, through experiential learning out at sea?