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GRAND BLEU VINTAGE

GRAND BLEU VINTAGE

CMN Yachts • 2013 • 29m

Guests8

Guests

Cabins4

Cabins

Crew4

Crew


From

$45,700/ week

The luxury super yacht GRAND BLEU VINTAGE offers accommodation for 8 guests in 4 cabins consisting of a master located forward with a double bed and bathroom facilities including a shower and lavatory. Further guest accommodation is also available in another 3 cabins.

GRAND BLEU VINTAGE also accommodates up to 4 crew on-board to ensure you have a relaxed luxurious charter experience and all of your needs are catered for while on board.

The specifications on board the beautifully built 95 ft / 29 m CMN Yachts launched in 2003 and later refit in 2013 include full air conditioning as well as an extensive list of amenities and toys.

Whether you should choose to charter in the West Mediterranean or the East Mediterranean the luxury super yacht GRAND BLEU VINTAGE and her crew of 4 will be sure to satisfy all of your needs and make sure you enjoy your experience.

Features

Deck shower

Fishing gear - light

Kosher

Special diets

Sun cushions

Swim platform

Plan

Crew

Pascal Miniaou

Captain
Pascal Miniaou

Nationality: French. English fluent. Qualifications: Captain Class 4, MCA, Stcw95 Pascal worked as a sport shop manager for three years before deciding to crew on sail boats such as the 80’ Umatalu, the 75’ Serenité and the Swan 651 See Flo. During his five years of training, he sailed in the Mediterranean, the West Indies, Brazil and took part in several Atlantic crossings. He is now perfectly at home in the charter world on board large sailing yachts. He also monitored the building of a 75’ sail boat, ‘Kermor’ and stepped on board as Captain for a round the world cruise which took him to all the seas and oceans of the world between 1993 and 2002. Since then, he has sailed on various boats, such as the Swan 72’ Elysion Blue, the 130’ Globana M, the motor yacht Pegasus, the 82’ Falcon, and Sirius of Man, a Predateur 100, before embarking on Grand Bleu Vintage in February 2007. In addition to his excellent seamanship and technical skills, Pascal loves water skiing and downhill skiing, he plays golf and enjoys natural history, astronomy and photography. Quiet and cheerful, Pascal is an attentive and welcoming host. His extensive experience allows him to deal confidently with any situation. The hostess and deckhand profiles will be announced soon.

Hippolyte Achard

Nationality: French & spoke English; Training: 2001 Diploma in Hostelry - 3rd Prize in the Regional Best Apprentice in France (2001)- Training with Bocuse (Nov 2011- Jan 2013). Since getting his diploma, Hippolyte has worked as a cook and chef, mainly in Verbier (recently in the restaurant “L’Atelier”), where he was able to capitalize on and enjoy his love of mountain sports. He is now delighted to have found a way to combine his love of the sea with his work. He strives to please each guest by providing varied and sophisticated dishes. His sound experience, based on French gastronomy, enables him to manage his galley at a highly professional level. He respects both hygiene and nutritional rules without compromising his creativity and imagination. He is calm and reserved. He knows how to listen and is open to suggestions. He embarked on Grand Bleu Vintage in May 2010, and except for the summer 2015, he has been aboard. The hostess and deckhand profiles will be announced soon.

Clémence Lassnig

Qualifications: CIN It was perhaps her childhood on an African peninsula that gave Clémence her love of the sea at a young age; she grew up sailing in the Gulf of Guinea, and later she served as hostess and sailor on the seas of the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, and the Atlantic Ocean. As comfortable on sailboats as luxury motor yachts, her professionalism and good humor will make your stay aboard the Grand Bleu Vintage relaxed and pleasurable.

Qualifications: Captain 200 - Medical 2 Originally from the French Riviera where Guillaume discovered his passion for the marine environment at a very young age. Passionate about sliding sports, he has followed the waves from the east coast to the west. And it is during his travels that he extended his passion to fishing, underwater hunting, deep sea apnea diving and yachting. After studying in different military establishments, which taught him discipline and determination, Guillaume is recognized for his taste for excellence, in constant search of learning new skills and techniques. A true waterman at your service.

Specification

  • Yacht name

    GRAND BLEU VINTAGE

  • Length

    29m / 95ft

  • Beam

    7m / 23'0

  • Draft

    3.5m / 11'6

  • Speed (cruising)

    18.5kph / 10kn

  • Speed (max)

    27.7kph / 15kn

  • Fuel consumption (max)

    40lph / 10.6gph

  • Engine

    Cummins 350 HP. 2 Generators (30KW and 17 KW). Ballast: 2*3 700L. Bow Thruster M

  • Hull

    Monohull

  • Flag

    France

  • Launched

    2003

  • Refitted

    2013

  • Builder

    CMN Yachts

  • Designer

    Philippe Briand

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