Germania Nova is a replica of the Dr. Max Oertz designed and Krupp built racing schooner Germania from 1908. Germania Nova will provide guests the opportunity to experience a gentle, relaxing sail or by contrast; an exhilarating experience at sea. Including bowsprit, Germania is an impressive 60m in overall length, and carries 1,200m2 of sail area.
Sailing yacht Germania Nova has a classic feel, with a spacious and chic interior featuring high gloss finishes and crisp linens in white and navy blue. Luxury sailing yacht GERMANIA NOVA has a comfortable salon and a separate dining area, both light and airy with good natural lighting. The attractive wheelhouse is another great place to relax and take time out.
Above decks the luxury sailing yacht Germania Nova has vast amount of space, adorned with stunning wood and brass fittings, true to the original glory of her ancestry. There is a table area aft for alfresco dining, and plenty of space for sunbathing, taking in the view, or simply enjoying a nap after a swim. S/Y GERMANIA NOVA has 2 good tenders: a Nautica RIB and a RIB Rescue Boat.
The GERMANIA NOVA sailing yacht is able to accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 cabins including a full beam Master Cabin aft with ensuite facilities, LCD TV, entertainment centre, and seating area. There are also 4 double cabins all ensuite with seating and entertainment centre.
Radar, VHF, AIS
Fleet Broadband 500 satellite for Internet/Phone, fax/email
Offshore Office (GSM/GPRS-communication)
Flat screen TV in Main Saloon, Master Stateroom, guest cabins.
5.1 Dolby surround sound DVD in Main Saloon and Master Stateroom.
Guest rooms have Radio/CD/MP3 players.
iPod connections in all cabins and saloon.
Farrow & Chambers 6.1m Classic Custom Launch with 28hp diesel.
Nautica RIB with 100kW Volvo Z-Drive
Skiing and wake-boarding equipment
If notice is received in advance, a banana boat and/or doughnuts or other toys in line can be supplied.
Winter: Caribbean, Summer:Western Mediterranean, Riviera, Corsica, Sardina, Naples
US$90,000 p/w (Caribbean low season)
US$95,000 p/w (Caribbean high season)
€70,000 p/w (Mediterranean low seasin)
€80,000 p/w (Mediterranean high season)