New Monohulls to British Virgin Islands Charter Fleet

August 18, 2015

Yachting Journal

Photo: The Moorings

Yacht charter company The Moorings is preparing to add more than 20 new monohull yachts to its award-winning charter fleet in the British Virgin Islands.

Steadfast in upholding the superior quality its clients have grown to expect, the company recently invested more than $50 million into the development of new yachts in more than 20 destinations across the globe. As part of this fleet investment, these new monohulls were specifically chosen to cater to classic sailing enthusiasts, many of whom are The Moorings most loyal and longstanding charter clients.

Set to debut in the British Virgin Islands this December, these yachts include the all-new Moorings 38.2 as well as three additional monohulls ranging in size from 42 to 51 feet.

Designed by naval architects Finot-Conq and built for The Moorings by Beneteau, the 38.2 features two en-suite staterooms and a variety of amenities designed for couples or small families seeking a traditional sailing getaway. The company also plans to add even more of its most popular Beneteau monohulls including the three-cabin Moorings 42.3 and Moorings 45.3, as well as the four-cabin Moorings 51.4, the largest yacht in Jeanneau’s Sun Odyssey range.

“The Moorings was founded on Charlie Cary’s passion for sailing in arguably the world’s most beautiful cruising grounds, the British Virgin Islands,” said Josie Tucci, General Manager of The Moorings. “The innovative features and classic sailing qualities of our newest monohulls have become increasingly popular with our clients. Moreover, they’re a testament to the heritage of our brand. We recognize that generation after generation of passionate sailors charter with us to sail some of the best waters in the world.”

These new additions follow the debut of the company’s newest sail and power catamarans, The Moorings 4000 and 433PC/434PC respectively. Crafted by renowned catamaran producers Robertson & Caine, each model features a communal three- or four-cabin layout designed specifically for families and groups of up to six or eight guests.


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