An Easy to Sail, Comfortable Bareboat Yacht Charter
A breeze to sail, with a beautiful interior and enough room to fit a large group comfortably. The L-400 is a wonderful sailboat, even in a single-digit breeze. The twin diesels, set nearly 24 feet apart, back the boat up and twirl it around magically. It’s easy to sail, tacks well, the small jib is a cinch to handle, and with the roll-up screecher, one gains a simple and minimal sail plan that’s very easy to power up or down. That said, 75 inches of freeboard to the deck plus a high superstructure and low-aspect keels mean this is a boat that shouldn’t be pinched up; it performs best when sailed fully powered and backed off a few degrees from a closehauled heading.
LWL 37′ 7″ (11.46 m.) Beam 23′ 9″ (7.24 m.) Draft 4′ 0″ (1.22 m.) Sail Area (main, jib) 952 sq. ft. (88.4 sq. m.) Displacement 22,817 lb. (10,350 kg.) D/L 192 SA/D 18.9 Water 79 gal. (299 l.) Fuel 106 gal. (401 l.) Holding (two heads) 44 gal. (85 l.) Mast Height 66′ 7″ (20.29 m.) Engine Two 30-hp. Yanmars Designers Marc Van Peteghem, Vincent Lauriot Prévost
• Plenty of natural light in saloon and cabins (large hull windows)
• Excellent ventilation in all parts of the boat
• Large double cabins with plenty of stowage
• Galley located between cockpit and saloon
• Forward cabins include double bed that converts into twin beds
• Engine compartments are far from the living areas and perfectly insulated
• Rigid bimini flush with the coachroof for cleaner lines and better protection against the sun
During the first few years of Jenny’s retirement, she fell in love with boating and the Bahamas. She started to book owner time as a hobby, and after meeting a few friends who own boats in a major charter company, her involvement became more than just a hobby!
So much for retirement…
She loves nothing more than providing affordable, luxurious charters to her customers and friends.