Catamaran Charter for Events – Ninah
Ninah is a spacious catamaran built by French catamaran specialists Fountaine-Pajot. She is one of very few yachts on the French Riviera that can cruise with over 12 guests. She holds a licence to cruise with 56 guests. Due to this license, Ninah is the ideal catamaran charter for events. She is extremely popular during the Summer high-season, so it is best to book early to avoid disappointment.
This catamaran charter for events is available in Monaco, Antibes, Cannes and Saint Tropez, meaning that she is ideal for entertaining guests during the busy Riviera events calendar. She is available for charter during the Cannes Lions, Cannes Film Festival, Monaco Grand Prix and other corporate events.
Catamaran Charter for Events
Thanks to the double-hull design of catamarans, the main deck is vast and caters to large groups with ease, and offers better stability than a motor yacht. The main deck features a bar and plenty of table space, so guests can eat or drink in comfort. With a great drinks menu and food available on request at booking, she is a very popular party yacht.
The large net that stretches from hull-to-hull provides a great social space for lounging in the sun with family, friends to colleagues. There is a selection of watertoys on-board for your use, including a tender, snorkelling equipment and kayaks. With Ninah, your event yacht charter is sure to be memorable.
The perfect catamaran charter for events, the on-board experience can be tailored to your groups specific requirements, ensuring that your event will be everything that you dreamed of. While at sea, the experienced crew will cater to your needs. If you are planning to charter a yacht for an event on the French Riviera, particularly an event with a large guest-list, Ninah is the perfect choice.
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