Introducing SY Dalaï

 

Dalai is the Mongolian word for ocean. SY Dalaï is an extremely well-designed yacht and since her launch in 2004, she has crossed every ocean. Her powerful sail plan makes her a fast and sporty sailor that can achieve great performance even in light winds. 

 


Cabins & Quarters 

Most of the life on board takes place in the well-shaded cockpit seating area in the back of the boat. And once the beautifully varnished table unfolds for dinner or cocktails, it’s time to kick back and relax. A swimming platform provides easy access to the water. 

Below deck, the interior of the yacht is designed in mahogany, giving the open saloon a warm and comfortable atmosphere. The two cabins in the front of the yacht can be combined to form one spacious suite. These front cabins share their own toilet and shower. There are two cabins in the aft section of the boat. Both aft cabins share a bathroom. One of the three cabins will be used by the crew and it is up to you to decide which ones you want to stay in. 

 

 

 

SY Dalaï's Crew

Captain Bruno spent the last 20 years at sea. He has crossed the Atlantic about 10 times and the Pacific Ocean fife or six times. Bruno has been a charter skipper almost all his life and has sailed somewhere around 150,000 miles. He speaks English, French, Portuguese, Spanish and Italian. He's a wind surfer and bakes bread fur fun. During charters, Captain Bruno sails with a Myanmar guide and a chef.


Life on Board


Yacht Specifications

  • Length: 17.07m / 54’ 
  • Beam: 4.87m / 16’ 
  • Designer: Luc Bouvet / Bruno Montel 
  • Year built: 2004
  • Guests: 4-6
  • Crew: 3
  • Cruising speed: 8 knots
  • Sail area: 157 sqm
  • Hull: GFK
  • Watermaker: 90 litres/hour
  • Engine: Yanmar 62 hp
  • Rigging: Sloop
  • Electricity: 12V / 220V
  • Radar: Furuno
  • Fans in each cabin
  • Satellite phone / SSB / VHF radio 

Water Toys & Entertainment

  • Tender boat
  • Stereo system
  • Fishing gear
  • Snorkelling equipment
  • 2 stand-up paddle boards