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French Riviera has a “star yacht”

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Southern France is one of the most spectacular beauties in the world. Not only because it is home to stunning tourists attractions, but because it also offers the best yachting experience.

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Southern France is one of the most spectacular beauties in the world. Not only because it is home to stunning tourists attractions, but because it also offers the best yachting experience. And, the buzz is French Riviera’s latest yacht addition—the ultramodern “Aloha-Our Life.”

“Aloha-Our Life” yacht is stunning to look at. Launched only this summer, it has already hosted some of Europe’s famous soccer players and other celebrities! For those who has the money to spend, there is no limit to what you can do—VIP entrances to some of the most exclusive clubs, such as the ever popular VIP ROOM (in St. Tropez), Club Le Caves and Baoli; dinner at one of the islands catered especially for you, or just partying on the boat may just be enough, as the yacht offers the latest in music and entertainment on board.

So, if sailing in the French Riviera is on your to-do list, “Aloha-Our Life” is the company to call. Owner Tolga Dirican and his team will turn your yachting dreams to reality with its topnotch crew and customizable products is now possible whether it be for a day trip or multiple days up to a week.

If you are traveling to Cannes – for a holiday, weekend, or business trip, it is highly recommend a day out on a yacht to truly experience this gorgeous port and surroundings.

Take off in the clear morning air, cruise around the bay viewing the stunning La Croisette, then cruise to famous surrounding spots such as St. Tropez and Monaco or to islands close-by for a fantasy lunch, swim and sightseeing. Cruise down toward the gorgeous red rock cliffs of the Esterel, or north past Cap d\’Antibes. Circle back in time for an evening drink and sunset, and you will have experienced a truly memorable vacation in the South of France.

Have your dream birthday bash on our yachts or enjoy a romantic cruise and turn special occasions to memorable experiences. For the young and the young at heart, party like Hollywood stars do. Turn our yachts to floating clubs with the best music and best food Southern France has to offer.

In addition, they can facilitate your reservations to the best clubs and restaurants in St. Tropez, Cannes, Nice and Monaco.

Booking is through www.Aloha-Chartering.com. Tell them Nelson sent you.

“Aloha – Our Life” Layout
Cabin with large double beds – Number 2
Cabin with twin beds – Number 1
Toilet compartment with shower – Number: 2
Galley
Saloon

Air-conditioning/Heating
Air-conditioning (reverse cycle) in cockpit, saloon and cabins – Brand: Cruisair

Tv/Radio/Telephone
TV/ DVD
Stereo Radio/CD
iPod

Galley/Laundry
Sink
Ceramic hob
Combination microwave/conventional oven with grill
Refrigerator in galley
Icemaker
Deep freezer
Dishwasher

Interior
Laid-timber galley floor
Ultra-leather upholstery in saloon

Canvas/Covers
Foredeck sun-bed cushions
Cockpit cover

Deck Fittings
Hardtop with electric sliding sunroof
Electro-hydraulically opening garage with storage for tender
Electro-hydraulic telescopic gangway
Electric anchor winch
Freshwater deck/anchor wash
Teak cockpit deck
Cockpit wet bar with refrigerator and electric barbecue
Bathing platform
Transom door leading to bathing platform
Cockpit table

Technical Aspects
Builder: PRINCESS
Model: V53
Type:
Open
Dimensions:
16m36 x 4m47
Localization:
France, Côte d’azur
Year:
2006
Engine:
VOLVO D12 800
Power:
2 x 775 hp

Navigation
Power-assisted hydraulic steering system
Electronic engine and gearshift controls
Bowthruster – Power: 95 KgF
Electro-hydraulic trim tabs
Searchlight with remote control
Radar/Chartplotter with GPS – Brand: Raytheon
Log – Brand: Raytheon
Echo-sounder – Brand: Raytheon
VHF DSC R/T – Brand: Shipmate
Electricity
Generator – Brand: Onan , Power: 13,5 Kw
Battery charger
220V/240V shore power

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