The success of any good charter yacht can be attributed to a handful of key aspects and a highly skilled and passionate crew is perhaps one of the most important ingredients in the formula that makes or breaks a guests’ experience on board any yacht. Following a recent visit to one of the most successful charter yachts in her class, SuperYacht Times met with the crew of the 52-metre Sanlorenzo charter yacht Seven Sins in the Caribbean where they shared some of their experiences working as a crew member on a very active superyacht.
Seven Sins was launched by the Italian yard Sanlorenzo in 2017 and features both exterior and interior design from the renowned studio Officina Italian Design. Seven Sins accommodates up to 10 guests across five luxurious and spacious staterooms, comprising four double salons and one twin. Led by Captain Owain Lewis Rowlands, a total of 11 crew call Seven Sins their permanent home.Photo: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht Times
On board, Seven Sins boasts a huge aft area with a glass-bottom swimming pool set above her large beach club. The beach club is a truly outstanding highlight of the yacht, boasting fold-down balconies, a fully equipped gym and sauna. As an innovative feature, the beach club also fully transforms into the tender bay.Photo: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht Times
With ample power provided by twin Cat 3512C engines which have a total output of 4,000hp, Seven Sins has a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots, with a range of 1440 nautical miles at cruising speed. Photo: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht Times
Seven Sins is available for charter experiences around the Western Mediterranean this summer, with prices from €285,000 per week in high season, and €275,000 per week in low season. For the winter charter season, Seven Sins is available for charter around the Caribbean for $285,000 per week in high season, and $270,000 per week in low season, with all prices excluding VAT and 30% expenses. To find out more about Seven Sins, visit her webpage here.