We give you the “Sea Cucumber”, the Balearic Islands sail and dive sailboat. Our Beneteau Cyclades 50.5, is a magnificent sailing cruise boat that we have specifically prepared for combining sailing and diving comfortably. As a result, it works just perfectly for sailing and diving liveaboard holidays in Balearic Islands and Columbretes Islands.
The “Sea Cucumber” is 15.30 meters length. Therefore, we can enjoy a great habitability and comfort. In addition to the saloon-galley and heads, it counts with five double cabins which provide us with an unbeatable design to enjoy the sea.
The total capacity is twelve people (counting with the crew), although we normally recommend groups of eight or nine passengers in order to have a more comfortable experience. However, ten people groups of friends can be arranged taking advantage of the convertible table into a double bed.
In addition, the boat counts with all necessary equipment and materials in order to practice scuba diving. Moreover, we also have a diving air compressor on board (200 l / min). Therefore, we need no more to go diving without the need of returning to port.
Additionally, we count with a very helpful dinghy, kayaks and of course with all recommended safety equipment for navigation as well as for recreational diving.
All in all, the “Sea Cucumber” is the ideal Columbretes and Balearic Islands sail and dive sailboat. Crewed sailing holidays for groups and solo travellers, for sailing lovers, certified divers or even students of any of our diving courses.
|Boat name:||Sea Cucumber|
|Boat kind:||Sailing yacht / sailboat|
|Length:||15.30 m (50 feet)|
|Beam / draft:||4,90 m / 2,15 m|
|Year of built:||2009|
|Cabins / berths:||5 + 1 / 10 + 2|
|Diesel engine:||110 hp (81 Kw) – Yanmar|
|Sail area:||110 m²|
|Fuel tank:||400 ltr.|
|Water tank:||980 ltr.|
|Heads (WC) with shower:||3|
|Regarding navigation instruments. For instance, we count with autopilot, VHF radio, GPS + plotter (electronic charts included), wind gauge, binoculars, navigation tools, barometer, thermometer and sea charts.|
|Electrical and manual bilge pumps, electrical anchor bow windlass, electricity plugs 12V (as well as 220V with inverter), shore supply 220V, water heater, pressurized water system. In addition, two battery chargers, position/navigation lights, electric and manual winches, anchor with chain and line. Furthermore, we have a spare anchor. On the other hand, we count with two 160w solar panels. Finally, four service batteries and one engine battery.|
|Regarding the deck; Bimini top, sprayhood, bathing ladder, guard rail, pulpit, pushpit, deck shower, deck hatches, dinghy with outboard engine, cockpit table, cushions. In addition, there are lifelines along the deck as well as wooden railing for more safety.|
|We not only count with a well equipped galley with oven, two refrigerators with freezer and sink, but also we have a great sofa that can be used as a double bed. In addition, we have a chart table and a large table in the saloon. Finally, note the importance of having three heads (bathrooms) on board.|
|CD -radio mp3, TV with USB, bluetooth speaker, table games and also a few little surprises.|
|In addition to the normobaric oxygen that must be on every dive boat, we have an EPIRB (GPS beacon), MOB (man over board) system, fire extinguishers, twelve people life raft, life jackets, life rings, dan buoy, emergency tiller. In addition, we also count with a radar reflector, flags, emergency lights, C first-aid kit , distress flares and parachute-flares. Moreover, torches and searching lamp, gas detector and carbon monoxide detector. Finally, note that we have a VHF radio connected to the GPS and configured with the boat data.|
|One mast, battened mainsail, roller-furling genoa. As well as lazy jacks and lazy bag.|
|For instance; towels, dishes, bedclothes, gas bottles, cleaning products, among others…|