High Rate: € 150,000 weekly Plus Expenses
Low Rate: € 135,000 weekly Plus Expenses
CLICIA can accommodate 10 guests in 5 cabins, (11 guests is possible if the final guest is a child or staff member in the pullman berth as all dining areas are for 10 guests).
Forward is Full beam master stateroom with king sized bed, vanity area, seating area ample and full length storage, pop-up TV, ensuite featuring "his & hers" bathrooms with heated floor (bidet, toilet, shower & bath).
Each cabin has Apple TV, TV system (Sky)
• Kaleidescape system with preloaded music
• Apple airplay from iPhones/iPods/iPads
• Auxiliary connection for direct connection to sound system
• 2 ceiling speakers
2 x VIP double cabins with queen sized beds, ensuite featuring double sinks and showers.
1 x convertible TWIN cabin (that can be converted into a double cabin) with ensuite featuring single sink and shower.
1 x TWIN cabin with extra pullman berth, ensuite featuring single sink and shower (NB: this cabin is not convertible).
- Cruising Speed:
- Regions Available:
- Locations It Travels:
- Special Features:
- 13 knots
- Corsica, Sardinia, Italy, Cannes
May/June: cruising South of France, Corsica, Sardinia
July/Aug: cruising Naples, Amalfi, Sardinia, Corsica, South of France.
- Why we ♥ CLICIA:
Elegant, light classic design
Gorgeous and large deck spaces including a stunning top deck with Jacuzzi, lounge area and formal dining for up to 10
Sleeps 10 in 5 beautifully appointed staterooms all with luxury ensuite.
Stunning full beam master stateroomon main deck with fabulous bath & shower room
12m towed tender and a really great selection of water toys
Cruising & “At Anchor” stabilisers
Fully equipped with latest state of the art entertainment extras
- Tenders: • 1 x 12.00m Luxury Scorpion tender with 2 x 300hp engines custom-made especially for CLICIA. Guests will be tendered in full style enabling access to the most secluded coves whilst warranting absolute safety. The tender is towed behind the yacht under way. The cruising speed of 14 knots is the actual speed including the towed tender. • 1 x 3.4m Novurania rescue tender Toys: • 1 x Seadoo GTI 135E Jet ski (2 man) • 1 x Seabob F5 (2019) • Hover board • 2 x 2 person inflatable expedition style Sea Kayaks for exploring tranquil coves and bays • 2 x inflatable paddle boards • 4 x inflatable towable water toys • Inflatable island • Full water sport package inc. water skis
- mono skis
- towable toys inc. large banana boat
- single and double biscuit • Diving and snorkelling equipment with on board dive compressor • 2 x electric push bikes • water golf set • anti Jelly fish pool lots of children toys and baby equipment on board. Note that CLICIA is an approved RYA Centre so licences to drive the yacht's personal watercraft can be obtained after instruction on board. Gym equipment: Gymnasium on the upper deck: • Treadmill
- fitness bike (can be moved outside)
- weights and yoga ball • Television
- iPod docking station Notes: NB: Possible to rent an extra Jet ski or Seabob if requested by the charterer (at the charterer's cost)
- unfortunately they cannot rent a slide. Yacht is very child friendly expect top deck.
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The new owners of this exquisite,137′ Baglietto motor yacht, CLICIA, for charter in the South of France, refitted the yacht in 2016 and decided to give CLICIA a new, brighter, younger, “funner” look by decorating the aft deck with Chico cushions. A present from the owner’s Brazilian wife’s friends, along with the gorgeous abstract art, these cheerful throw cushions welcome guests aboard, as does the yacht’s chief stewardess Charlotte Miller from Britain and her British crew of ten, who form a welcoming squad to greet guests on the aft deck as we come aboard.
Gorgeous, striped, ebony-type wood in the saloon contrasts with the real stingray leather lamps and faux leather paneling on the coffee table around which are comfortable couches in white, creating a pleasant sitting room. “The dark wood is tropical olive,” Charlotte tells me, as we enjoy looking at everything there is to see. “And Silestone marble floors,” she adds.
We enter the main deck master stateroom with turquoise headboard with bright Brazilian art, which has also been gifted by the owner’s wife’s friends. “It’s the perfect complement to the Chico cushions, says Charlotte. “And there is heeps of storage.” I notice how soft the carpets are underfoot. Charlotte says, “They’re a silk and wool blend.” The shower is like a mermaid’s tale, all mother of pearl sequins. The bathroom is the full beam of the ship with tub and stone sinks.
We go below to the accommodation deck, where not one, but two full beam VIP staterooms greet us, and by now I’m smiling, because three principal cabins are comfortable for clients. Decorated in warm tones, tans and gorgeous wood lamps, they feature gorgeous bathrooms, similar to the master cabin’s. Two twin cabins, one of which converts to a double bed, plus foldaway Pullman berth for an extra child, complete the tour of the five staterooms aboard. I love the fabrics in each of them. “We make up the cabins each morning and turn down the beds at night, and each cabin has various indirect lighting options, so we can dim the cabins at night, creating romance…..” I couldn’t help notice how gorgeous the abstract art made the room feel, an artists impresion of Marilyn, enhanced in beautiful colors and beautifully lit in the dimmed room.
The upper deck houses an enclosed gym, a day head, the captain’s bridge and sky lounge with bar with stools with green lighted back drop featuring all colors of the spectrum. A pantry nearby holds the yacht’s wine collection, centrally located, because dining is offered on the upper aft deck, on the sun deck, or below in the formal dining saloon. Charlotte said, “The tables have lots of place settings.” The gorgeous sky lounge featuring neutral tones, beautiful art, pops of color, indirect lighting, leather table and chairs, opens to out of door dining.
As we perused the chic sun deck with bar along the length of the ship with stools, a great space for parties or corporate events, with shade and heated Jacuzzi and BBQ, Charlotte explained the duties of a chief stewardess. “Things onboard are hard to maintain, so yachts require large crews to upkeep them.” Charlotte,who is British and prettily made up, said cheerfully, “We interact with guests and are head of service. We’re everybody’s personal assistant. We book restaurants ashore; we make arrangements for shore-going excursions. We help with itineraries, researching what there is to do ashore. We tailor our guests holidays. We, of course, serve our guests meals and liase with the chef. Given the yacht’s crew, there is a mix of English, Irish, Croatian, German andd Dutch nationalities aboard, so we cover many languages. Our captain David Burke is from Ireland. He’s lovely. We’re lucky to have him. We’re also lucky with the crew. It just works.”
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