Fountain Pajot Catamaran Helia 44 is the perfect sized yacht to substitute Catamaran Orana 44 into the charter market. Helia 44 was officially released in the summer of 2012 and first introduced to the public during the Annapolis Boat Show in October 2012. This impressive catamaran is an offshore, performance vessel with simply breathtaking features that set new standards in the BVI catamaran rental market.
Its name derived from the Greek term; 'ray of light' and I’d say that this term does indeed define the boat perfectly. While clerestory panoramic windows fill the expansive living areas with natural light, the cabins are also fitted with large windows so you can admire the incredible Caribbean Sea views every day. The saloon is extremely spacious and I love the elegance in its contemporary design. Furthermore, the 'U' shaped galley looks into the cockpit through a large open window, allowing the chef to be part of the party as many of you will be relaxing and sipping tropical cocktails.
The new Bareboat Catamaran Helia 44 comprises of a four cabin layout and will be based here in the British Virgin Islands as a wonderful addition to the BVI yachts.
These air conditioned cabins are of a generous size, with walk around queen sized berths and ample storage space. Each cabin also has an en suite bathroom with a separate shower stall. Up on deck, the hub for sailing is the flybridge which provides the captain with great visibility and also makes sailing a breeze. The lines and winches are easily accessible and with the fly bridge now up above, it leaves the cockpit free, uncluttered and with more space for some al fresco dining and entertaining.
Rates: From $11,000 to $7,700 summer months