Accomodation: for 8 Guests in 4 Cabins
1 Master, 2 Doubles and 1 twin all with en-suite facilities.
Crew of five in separate quarters
The notions of space, purity, refined atmosphere and a decisively modern sobriety were considered by Frederick Mechiche of Paris while designing HARAMA II. Use of wood throughout, was chosen as a gentle material which represents the perfection of luxury, reminiscent of the English yachts of the 30s. The result reflects a fine example of a unique avant guarde design. Built by the Chantiers Navals de l’Esterel, the undisputed pioneers of modern wood construction, HARAMA II represents an optimism in fast, luxurious yachts, combining speed with sleek styling, strength and safety. The immensely strong Esterel wooden hull absorbs vibration and sound, enhancing the pleasure of cruising at an exceptional speed in luxurious comfort. Photos-pieces of art on the limits of abstraction-by Patrick Sarfati, graciously spread throughout, fulfill the non-ostentatious luxury of this truly striking yacht.
Furuno 72 mile Radar model: FR810DA, Furuno at converter AT-10S, Furuno FSN90 Satelite Navigator, Furuno GD 170 Video Plotter, Navigation Plotter Panav C-Map, Jmev-7 Graphic Echo Sounder, Sperry SR50 Gyro Compass, Sperry Srp100 Autopilot, Ben Ayhena Speed Log, Magnavox MX2400 Satellite Communications, Skanti TRP8250SSSB Radiotelephone, Canon T301 Telefax, Mobile Telephone/Fax Nokia FX1, Thomson Opus 40 Telephone System throughout the yacht, Furuno 208 AN Weatherfax. Air conditioning