Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas

Cloud Atlas’ charter route represents an idyllic way to pass the warmer months. Winding along the picture perfect coastlines of this classic cruising destination, she encounters green-tinged waters, platinum beaches and ancient architecture. Charterers will have the opportunity to experience the hedonistic sanctuary of Cote D’Azur, the volcanic beauty of the Aeolian Islands and the rustic paradise of the Tuscan Archipelago.

The balmy beaches of this sublime Franco-Italian region are what make it a time-honoured retreat, however there is more to the area than meets the eye. Cloud Atlas offers the perfect opportunity to explore an established paradise in a fresh new capacity; lesser known Amalfi Coast destination Narano provides an authentic taste of La Dolce Vita, whilst cruising the cubiform villages of the French Riviera takes on a different meaning in Cannes, home of the annual film festival.

Available with Flying Charter, the 46.02m cruising vessel is perfect for the experience; she is small enough for intimacy, but possesses a sociable carrying capacity of 12 with further room for 9 crew. She harbours vast amounts of living room for a yacht of her size, making her an ideal space for friends and family to come together.

Charter guests are impeccably looked after by a crew of 9 expertly overseen by captain Daniel Giometti, a highly experienced seaman whose experience both with mercantile ships and luxury yachts compounds an unrivalled knowledge of the Mediterranean coasts. Guests are fed by chef Gabriele Spinosa, who combines his passions for cooking and seafaring by preparing mouth-watering delicacies onboard Cloud Atlas and whose culinary specialities span traditional Italian, patisserie and sushi.

The boat’s sleek exterior lines are complemented by the timeless marriage of white and wood, making her a classic sight as she cuts through royal blue waters. Her main deck boasts a large salon with a lounge that combines warmth and sophistication, as well as a separate formal dining area with fully outfitted bar.

Accomodation spans five gorgeous cabins; a master suite on the main deck with double bathroom and private jacuzzi, two double suites on the lower deck (one of which converts into a twin) and and two additional twins, all of which have beautifully appointed marble bathrooms.

Extensive outdoor spaces span three decks, and offer endless possibilities for both activity and leisure. There is a large jacuzzi, sun loungers and an outdoor bar for days spent luxuriating in the sun, as well as exciting added extras that ensure guests are as entertained as they are relaxed. There is never a dull moment onboard Cloud Atlas; her garage is bursting with toys and a spacious swimming platform doubles as a beach club.

The onboard enticements are endless, and we can’t think of one reason why you wouldn’t want to spend the spring and summer months cruising through the Med in the attentive luxury of Cloud Atlas.

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  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas
  • Charter Focus: A Mediterranean Spring with Cloud Atlas