Following a two year refit by her new American owners, Eleanor Allen is back on the charter market, and she was presented at the Antibes Yacht Show, where her excellent chef Shane won the chefs competition. She was also one of the stars at the more recent MYBA Charter Show, where she impressed many international charter brokers.
Eleanor Allen is a beautiful classic motor yacht, built in the late seventies at the world renowed Dutch Feadship yard, to the exacting specifications of the Diana Yacht Design. When launched as Karina-C, she was far ahead of her time, and features an hydraulic car lift and a fashionable Mini Moke in her aft peak.
Nowadays, she comfortably accommodates 8 guests in 3 double and 1 twin stateroom. The Master Stateroom (main deck forward) has a king-size bed. There is also a large entryway to starboard with a full hanging locker. The master ensuite bathroom has a tub and shower, marble counter tops and walls.
The guest cabins have been completely refitted during the 2010 refit. The aft VIP stateroom has a king-size bed, two hanging closets and an ensuite bathroom on the port side with shower. There is an additional double guest stateroom with a queen-size bed to starboard and also a twin guest stateroom. All the cabins have their own toilet and shower. All cabins have TVs, stereos, and DVD players.
The yacht carries a good selection of watersports toys to keep the more active guests entertained.
Eleanor Allen is a Lloyd’s Class 100 A1, MCA Certified vessel and fly’s the British flag as she is registered in London. An open calendar for the summer ahead in the western Mediterranean & will entertain event charters of up to 50 guests for cocktail evenings. Her charter rate starts at €45,000 per week.
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