SIXTEEN TONS - North Wind 72 21m - 3 Cabins - Barcelona - Ibiza - Mallorca
Low Season: € 17000 per week
High Season: € 21000 per week
|Yacht Manufacturer||North Wind|
|Model||North Wind 21m|
|Year||2007 (2012 Refit)|
|Motor||1 x Yanmar Diesel 240 hp|
SIXTEEN TONS is an absolutely stunning North Wind 21m, with 3 cabins that can accommodate up to 8 guests. Her sleek, black hull and tall black sails gives her an edgy, yet sophisticated appearance when cruising through the Balearics.
Her exterior decking provides guests with space for lounging in the sun, as well as an al fresco dining area that can be sheltered from the sun if it gets too hot.
Her swim platform allows easy access into the water; yet it will definitely be more fun to jump in off the side! The Mediterranean is warm and inviting, so youll have every opportunity to make the most out of the water toys SIXTEEN TONS offers.
Number of cabins: 3
Cabin configuration: 1 Double, 2 Twin
Bed configuration: 2 Pullman, 3 King
Number of guests: 8
Her interior is wonderfully space-efficient, with a large saloon and enough dining space to accommodate you and all your guests.
Each of her 3 cabins is comfortable and cosy, and her twin cabin is ideal for young families looking for a weeks getaway in Barcelona.
Tender Aermarine cabrio 3,60 m 40 hp
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