Windweaver of Pennington is the last yacht to emerge from the drawing board of the late Robert Clark, combining classical grace and elegance with the very latest in technical innovation. Custom built in England of steel and teak, and finished to the very highest standards, Windweaver was completed in Southampton in Spring 1999. Exhilarating under sail, she is also reassuringly quiet under power with a range of 3,000 miles.
Air-conditioned throughout, she is spacious and comfortable below decks. Her interior decor was chosen by Sue Stowell, who has used sympathetic colours to create an unusual freshness. The saloon is light and airy and the all-electric galley is fitted with everything you’d expect in a kitchen ashore.
The master stateroom boasts a king size double berth and large en suite heads and shower room. The two double berth guest cabins have additional drop-down pullman berths and en suite heads and showers. Each cabin has a radio/CD player.
The wheelhouse is equipped with the latest navigation and communications aids including GPS, radar, VHF and SSB radio, and satellite telephone, fax, e-mail and broadband facilities.
A large semi-circular area, seating six comfortably, wraps around a table which rises from the cockpit floor. The decks are clad in teak cut from a single log.
Windweaver of Pennington is undoubtedly a classic yacht. She will be enjoyed by the purist yachtsman as much as by those simply wishing to escape from the stresses of modern life.
SSB and VHF Radio, Wifi
Television with built-in DVD, Stereo in all cabins and saloon
Williams Jet Rib tender, Water skis, Fishing equipment
Ionian, Adriatic, Aegean sea, Greek Islands, Eastern Mediterranean
€17,000 per week low season
€21,000 per week high season