WIND OF CHANGE
29m (95.2ft) Brooke Marine 1988/2018
3 cabins 6 guests 4 crew
WIND OF CHANGE
Weekly Charter Rate plus taxes and all expenses
High Season: 27,000€ &
Low Season: 24,000€
Cruising Area: East Med
A lovely sloop sailing yacht, Wind of Change offers the ultimate sailing charter experience in Greece and Turkey. Built by Brook Marine, it offers a modern interior design and outstanding performance. Her ophisticated exterior design and engineering are the work of Ron Holland Design. Her exterior is styled by the in-house Ron Holland Design team who are also responsible for the entire engineering package. She was last refitted in 2018.She has a professional crew of 4 who will ensure a unique and carefree summer holiday. She can accommodate up to 6 guests in 3 spacious cabins.
Designed to sail and offers a huge expanse of sail area and a spacious sprawl of flush deck for sunbathing and relaxing. She has had a relatively recent extensive refit and has a comfortable interior which features classic styling, elegant furnishings and sumptuous seating, creating a comfortable yet stylish atmosphere. The well-appointed deck offers ample space for relaxation, sunbathing and al fresco dinning. She also provides charter guests with a large separate cockpit to relax and watch on as the crew go about their work. Guests will enjoy a collection of water toys and sports during their sail with this amazing sailing yacht.
Year of Built:
Throughout Audio / CD player, radio station to connect your smartphone through Auxiliary cable (headphones plug). Music in the interior or only in the exterior or both areas at the same time. Aft deck large speakers. (1km range) playing music through the AUX cable, place a CD or even the radio with the additional use of a high tech DJ console. Bluetooth portable speaker BOSE.
WIFI and a high speed mobile internet in all areas, choosing between 2 different Wi-Fi Networks depending on the location. 32” TV accompanied by a Playstation 3 with multiple gaming options (NBA, FIFA etc), a hard disk with plenty of movies for all taste (childrens movies as well) and a large range of music CDs.
6 guests in 3 rooms. A Master suite, 1 VIP stateroom and 1 twin cabin. All cabins are equipped with their own music player system capable of playing music CDs and local radio stations.
4 crew members in separate compartments.
NOVAMARINE 4.10m tender with 60HP Yamaha
2 x SUP, 2 x Donuts, Tube for 3pax, Banana for children
Wakeboard, Water skis, Snorkelling equipment.
Barbecue & Beach Set up Equipment: BBQ, Umbrella, Table and chairs.
WIND OF CHANGE OUTDOORS
WIND OF CHANGE INTERIOR
Classic refined Brooke Marine yacht performing great in sailing
Excellent performance, a great Central Agency team ashore we collaborate with. Ideal for sailing lovers to pair performance with luxury on this vibrant sailing yacht. Ideal a family vacation to cruise the Greek islands in comfort and fun.
Enjoy sailing at its best. Ideal for a family of 6 members.:
Which are your vacation dates? Have you been in the Greek islands again? Do you know that Greece has 7 different regions to cruise. Let’s shape the itinerary and you enjoy a fabulous experience on board.
The BRITISH builder
Brooke Marine Yachts are built in United Kingdom. The shipyard has been producing superyachts up to 61m and 1225 GT, with their average superyacht being 42m LOA and 451 GT. Over the years, Brooke Marine has built 14 superyachts, including 0 since the beginning of the year. Last year Brooke Marine launched a total of 0 superyachts, the largest being , measuring m. Last year the company produced a total of 0 GT and 0.0m worth of superyachts.
Until 1911 the company, which produced engines and motor cars, sub-contracted its boat building operations to another firm in Oulton Broad. In 1911 it opened a shipyard on the north side of Lake Lothing and began to produce its own craft, all using engines produced at its Adrian Works in the town. Car production stopped in 1913, although the company continued producing engines until 1938, in total producing more than 7,000.
During World War I the company established a munitions factory. Following the war, the shipyard was expanded to produce boats up to 52 feet (16 m) in length. During World War II, the company produced and serviced Motor Launches and landing craft for the Royal Navy and other Allied forces. In 1940, the company was acquired by Harry Dowsett and renamed Brooke Marine.
In 1954, a new shipyard was built on the south side of Lake Lothing. The old yard was closed in 1955, and in 1975 was sold and levelled. The first ships produced at the new yard were twenty fishing trawlers ordered by the Russian government.
Over 300 craft were eventually produced in the yard. In 1968 the company won the Queen’s Award to Industry for Export Achievement. In July 1977 the company was nationalised and became part of British Shipbuilders until a management buy-out in 1985. In 1987, Brooke Marine closed down and was put up for sale. The dockyard and facilities were purchased in May, with the new owners trading under the name Brooke Yachts. The company continued until September 1992, when it ceased trading.Receivers sold off all shipbuilding equipment in 1993. The name and some assets of Brooke Marine were acquired in 2006 by Michael Fenton, who relaunched the business with many of the former employees. Brooke Marine Yachts Ltd traded until 2009. The shipyard was then purchased by an investment company which now leases many of the original buildings to a diverse range of businesses many of which are marine orientated.