Thursday, May 19th, 2011
Remote and Accessible Kathleen Anne Cruises the Hebrides
It is rare that the words ‘remote’ and ‘accessible’ can be used to describe the same superyacht destination.
However, just a short flight from Scotland, the Hebrides are another world.
Verdant mountains topped with crumbling ancient castles descend into deep, blue lochs; isolated and uninhabited islands are yours for the day.
Now the 39 metre Kathleen Anne will be cruising these quiet waters of the Hebrides from June to August 2011 Sail amongst seals, otters and eagles, watch whales and dolphins, or fish for your supper.
Swing your clubs on one of the five acclaimed island golf courses before celebrating a win with local malts from the ‘Queen of the Hebrides’ – the Isle of Islay, where no fewer than eight distilleries brew fine Scotch whiskys – or from world-famous Jura.
Kathleen Anne is a Feadship SL39, perfectly sized for making the most of these waters. Exceptional deck space and the range of facilities onboard ensure that even on the most remote and uninhabited islands exceptional food, comfort and service are all constantly available onboard. Designed and furnished to an exceptional standard, Kathleen Anne has the atmosphere of a much larger yacht.
Of her four guest cabins on the lower deck, two combine into a full-beam VIP with a private lounge.
Both main and upper deck saloons lead out to large aft deck dining areas. With plenty of deck space at three levels, this is one of the finest sub-40 metre yachts for charter, in one of the most interesting locations this summer.
Accomadating 10 guests, she is available for charter through Edmiston at €140,000 per week