The Latest Addition to Angelina yacht charter is available in Marina SCT Trogir for charter, available for booking reservations from 30.07.2022
The layout is three cabins and six berths. You can retrieve the complete inventory list on the link below:
Bali 4.3 MY - 3 cab. - Adventure - 2022.
You can charter the brand new Bali 4.3 for as little as 6500 euros per week for specific periods.
The ergonomic shapes and lots of natural light in the saloons and cabins make sailing more enjoyable and comfortable. Here are some of the best parts of the 4.3MY's design: · Bali's signature swing/garage salon door · You can go straight from the salon to the forward cockpit area through the opening door.
Modern lines and premium materials give the BALI 4.3 MY a powerful, stylish, and prestigious appearance. She has all the technologies that make BALI successful and unrivalled living space in her class. Unlike monohulls, catamarans have two engines widely apart for more manoeuvrability and redundancy. The addition of flybridges to catamarans, as seen on the Bali 4.3 MY and several other models from industry leaders Lagoon and Fountaine Pajot, substantially modify the catamaran design equation. Motors can only do so much for sailing catamaran-style hulls, but the trawler powercat concept is excellent for sailors who wish to go cruising and enjoy enormous space. In addition, the Bali 4.3 MY's flybridge allows you to identify risks in the shallow waters well in advance. The disadvantage of these towering constructions is windage, which increases fuel consumption, but the outboard motors that swivel the hulls make controlling these high-fliers relatively simple.
The electric lifting aft bulkhead makes a vast space that can be used inside and out. The main features of every Bali are the moveable aft bulkhead and the ample space it creates for groups. Two stairs lead up to the flybridge, another way to get on and off the boat. A transom platform that can hold an inflatable dinghy on its side and a swim ladder on the port hull makes it easy to get into the water. The large, towering hulls with superb plumb bows running aft to broad transoms, suited for carrying huge cruising cargoes, were the most notable features. Flat decks with flush hatches and a high flybridge lounge add to the ship's spaciousness.
Portside's forward galleys are the dining table and the main L-shaped sofa. It is possible to access the vast flybridge from either side, and a subtle but functional windscreen shields the starboard helm. The wet bar located next to the steering wheel provides additional conveniences. The Yanmar 250hp shaft-driven engine's throttles and other vital electronics are tucked away in a small hydraulic wheel at the steering console. While an L-shaped sofa and a large dinette table dominate the saloon's interior, the galley can be found just ahead and is the perfect spot for food service. The three-burner gas hob with an oven nearby is used for cooking, while the transom electric plate is used for barbecuing.
The enormous sliding window in the front provides ample airflow, as do the deep double sinks and fiddles around all work areas. Most boat owners' most comprehensive source of stress is getting their boat into and out of the marina, and catamarans are no different, especially when it's windy. But with the engines far outboard and careful use of the throttles from the flybridge's commanding view, it is easy to turn within your length and get past the many yachts at the largest marina on the Adriatic. The Bali 4.3 MY could go as fast as 23 knots during the sea trial.