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L’ALBATROS 36m Charter yacht.€109,000 p/w.12 Guests





  • Length: 36 metres
  • Beam: 8.70 metres (28′ 7″)
  • Draft: 2.50 metres (8′ 2″)
  • Number of crew: 8
  • Built: 1985
  • Refit: 2014
  • Builder: Sterling
  • Naval architect:
  • Flag: Cayman Islands
  • Hull construction: GRP
  • Hull configuration: Displacement
  • Air conditioning, Deck Jacuzzi, Stabilisers at anchor, Stabilisers underway, WiFi connection on board


  • Engines: 2 x Mitsubishi 1,010hp S12MTK 12-cylinder diesel
    2 x Cummins Onan QD 60hz 99kW MD-DCE Generators
    ** Quantum Zero Speed Stabilizers **
  • Cruising speed: 12
  • Fuel consumption: 280 Litres/Hr


  • Number of cabins: 6
  • Cabin configuration: 5 Double, 1 Twin
  • Bed configuration: 1 King, 4 Queen, 2 Single
  • Number of guests: 12


  • Tenders + toys: 6.50m Bombard tender, Yamaha 115hp 4 stroke
    2 x 1 seat kayaks
    2 x 2 seats Yamaha waverunners (110 hp and 140hp)
    Water skis
    2 donuts
    banana (3 seats)
    Snorkeling Gear – adults and children
    Flyfish and 2 full sets of fishing equipment.
    2 x Stand-up Paddle boards

L’ALBATROS (ex-ANTINEA) is a very popular yacht on the charter market boasting accommodation for up to 12 guests in 6 spacious cabins.

The yacht was sold in 2014 and has undergone a full refit of engines, generators and other technical aspects so that she is safe and fit to charter. In 2008 and 2009 she received a complete new interior design including cabins and bathrooms, new paint, the overhauling and upgrade of all systems, fitting of Quantum Zero speed stabilizers, etc.

L’ALBATROS is a world proven oceangoing vessel offering a high comfort at sea with abundance of space, incredible quietness whilst underway and a timeless design.

A great family yacht, her crew of eight will pamper you and your guests offering a 5 star service.

Year: 1986
Interior J. Bannenberg / Stabbert
Top speed:
Cruise speed:
Listing ID: 2373


Updated on June 28, 2015 at 12:00 am

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