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Cat Chetk sailboat - 43 feet - Private boat

Sailboat 46 feet of Cruise

Private Boat


Price: R $ 2.070,00

Up to 6 people

From: R $ 345.00

Roadmap: Leaving Barra Grande, passing through Ilha Grande, Campinho, Ilha de Goió, Germana ... and returning to Barra Grande.

Check in: 10:00 h

Check Out: 16:00



1 night Price: R $ 2.530,00 up to 6 people

2 nights Price: R $ 4.370,00 up to 6 people

The route can be defined with customers.



6 peoples





Fuel, Skipper, kitchen (basic items: gas, coffee, salt, rice, oil, sugar, fruits, vegetables, water and juice).

NOT INCLUDED: Alcoholic beverages and meals.

Drinks and food complemented with items of customer preference.



It is a unique sailboat. It was built by hand by experienced hands, on a cruise sailboat project, designed for long journeys, with comfort and safety. Very robust and sailor.

The facilities are of excellent quality and equipped for long trips with autonomy, comfort and safety.


- 46 feet (14 meters);

- armed with cutter;

- semi-long keel;

- external rudder with skeg;

- draft: 1:60;

- four cabins;

- two bathrooms;

- central hall;

- kitchen;

- Deutz 49hp diesel engine;

- 1000 liter water tanks;

- diesel 300 liters;

- VHF radio;

- chart-ploter;

- automatic pilot;

- AIS;

- solar panels (200 watts);

- hot / cold pressurized water;

- boiler;

- inverter / charger 2500watts;

- Safety equipment;

Double control: internal by rudder wheel, with transparent dome; and external with tiller.

Hydraulic transmission.


Captain & Crew

Wlademir Juliano Treis, better known as Juliano, qualified as an amateur captain.

He is 49 years old, with 20 years of experience living and working on large and small sailboats.

He sailed for a large part of the Brazilian coast, made several crossings of the Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea.

He worked for a few seasons in the Mediterranean on large sailboats, for several years as a skipper on charter sailboats in Angra and Paraty ... he taught courses in naval carpentry, made the documentary Gosto de Sal, has published several articles, and in recent years, he gave several lectures at nautical and adventure events, reporting his experiences around the world.

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