• Classic Yacht Charter, Paulena
  • Paulena for Charter
  • Paulena for Charter
  • Paulena for Charter
  • Paulena for Charter
  • Paulena for Charter
  • Paulena for Charter
  • Paulena for Charter
  • Paulena for Charter
  • Paulena for Charter
  • Paulena for Charter
  • Paulena for Charter


Paulena is a beautiful 23 meter yawl entirely constructed in teak wood. Construction on this magnificent classic began in 1964 at the Sangermani Lavagna shipyard, based on a Cesare Sangermani design.
Paulena was designed to sail the famous regattas Los Angeles to Honolulu Transpac Regatta, and was launched on 1966.
Following an illustrious racing career, this majestic classique Marconi class yacht with its magnificent polished timbers was adapted to cruise the blue waters of the Mediterranean. It was during her tenure as a luxury cruise sail boat that she was renamed “Caligo“. To enhance the cruising experience, Paulena underwent restorations works by the maritime renowned Beconcini and Alfa Yacht group in 2003.
In 2010 the Paulena was bought by a syndicate of three French brothers. The French brothers promptly changed her name back to “Paulena” and began structural works to recover the original design in accordance with the “traits Sangermani” class. This put her back at the forefront of ocean racing.
The resumption of internal lines of origin, new engine (230 hp Yanmar in 2012), recovery of all interior and exterior varnish, new sails, new furling genoa, full recovery of Mature plants and additions of new more powerful winches, catapults the Paulena to a new level of competitiveness and luxury.
Paulena of 2011 has returned to the Classic Regatta Circuit, and is once again the key focal point for challengers in classic sailing of the Mediterranean blue water racing, taking third place in the 2012 Panerai Challenge.
Antibes, Cannes, Imperia, Naples, Gaeta, La Spezia, Ventotene, were the main races for 2012 classic and the flag with colors of the owner family waving on the shore.
The Prix of Elegance Marina Yachting assigned to Paulena during regattas of Gaeta in 2012 was the recognition of the class and elegance of the yacht.
During 2013 Paulena continued the partecipation in Panerai Challenge and now she is considered one of the most important boat in the traditional sail circuit.
The boat has 3 double cabins, plus one very spacious and wide cabin with one bed. In total a group of 7 guests can be comfortably accommodated on board.
3 bathrooms and 2 toilets, a large square to seat 8/10 people inside, a large square outside under awning bimini also designed for 8/10 people, ideal for enjoying the specialties of Captain chef, or take the leisurely aperitif shade.
A multilingual and experienced professional crew ensures the cruise passengers charming and rest. Captain is also a great cook.

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  • Type: Sail
  • Home Port: Genoa
  • Year Built: 1964
  • Year Refit: 2002/2003
  • Length: 22.80 metres
  • Beam: 5.5 metres
  • Construction: Teak on Oak with Teak Decks & Superstructure
  • Cruising Speed: 8 knots
  • Fresh Water: 2000
  • Fuel: 2000
  • Fuel consumption: 14 litres per hour
  • Builder: Sangermani, Italy
  • Engines: 1 x 230hp Yanmar
  • Communication:

    VHF radio, Mobile phone, Epirb

  • Total Guests (sleeping): 7
  • Total Guests (cruising): 8
  • Number of Crew: 2
  • Crew Quarters: Seperate accommodation
  • Air Conditioning: Yes
Accommodation Description

1 x Double cabin, 2 x Twin berths, 1 x Single cabin, there are 2 WCs and 3 showers a large saloon and fully equipped galley – Outside deck for 8/10 guests not involved in sail manouvring.


TV – Cd Video and Audio reader, Stereo inside and outside


Tender m. 3,00 + outboard engine

Cruising Area(s)

Western Mediterranean, Riviera, Corsica, Sardinia, Naples, Balearics, Spain & Classic regatta venues

Charter Cost

€10,000 per week (low season)
€12,000 per week (high season)