THE HISTORY OF THE BOAT
Prana, previously Kiki, is a professionally-built 14m aluminium sloop.
Designed by New Zealander John Sayer, it is a combination cruiser racer. It is a particularly pleasurable boat to sail. This architect-designed boat was specially conceived to take part in the prestigious Australian Sydney to Hobart Regatta. All the professionals agree on the particular difficulties of this race. One understands why such meticulous attention to detail was given to her construction. Later modifications were made to accommodate additional cruising comforts, making it both comfortable and rapid. Only 2 examples of this exclusive boat were made.
COMFORT ON BOARD
- 220V electrical power points, energy supplied by solar panels
- Pure drinking water produced by an onboard watermaker
- Interior and exterior hot water showers
- Gas cooker with 2 burners and oven
- Fully equipped galley (kitchen) with all condiments and spices supplied
- Storage space
- Cockpit for 5 people
- Inside saloon lounge for 6 people
- All living spaces with excellent ventilation
- Fins, masks and snorkels
- 3.2m inflatable dinghy for 4/5 people, with 15HP outboard engine
- EPIRB safety beacon
- Satellite phone
- Liferaft and the full complement of safety equipment for offshore navigation
AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE IN FRENCH POLYNESIA
Renting a sailing boat such as Prana in French Polynesia represents a veritable adventure, an experience, and an opportunity for memories of a lifetime.
To be best prepared for this adventure, the yacht is rented with the services of the skipper/owner. This is a guarantee of the full mastery of the vessel on which you are embarquing, together with a comprehensive knowledge of the most beautiful spots that your itinerary and time on board can offer.