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“Just imagine the perfect day out at sea”
Come aboard and join SADKO Crew and Cruise along Mauritius coast
SADKO Catamaran was built in 2011 in France, for comfortable ride and stable platform while anchored out. Designed with 4 cabins, one inside and one outside lounges, dining area, trampolines, galley and one outside shower
Our crew: The Captain, Chief Officer and a Chef
Length: 15.54 m (50ft)
Width: 8.52 m (28ft)
Draught: 1.55m (5.1ft)
Maximum occupancy for day charter – 16 guests
Maximum occupancy for overnight – 8 guests
4 DBL en-Suite Cabins (convertible into TWIN Cabins)
Each cabin has its own shower & toilet and is equipped with air conditioner, television and DVD player with sound system.
The Catamaran has a fully equipped galley with oven, gas cooker, microwave, dishwasher, 4 fridges, bread maker, 2 freezers and Nespresso coffee machine. The boat offers other extra facilities like WIFI, invertor system (to convert 12 volt into 220 volts), Solar panels for house battery, washing machine, water tanks, water cooler, ice maker, hot water boiler and fresh water maker.
Leisure on board: 1 diving compressor, 6 diving cylinders, snorkeling and trolling fishing equipement.
Life saving devices on board: 20 life jackets, 2 life buoys, first aid kit, 11 fire extinguishers, distress flares, 2 main bilge pump, life tag system (watch), 2 certified and tested life rafts and a zodiac motor boat.
Navigation equipment: Double navigation system both with GPS, sounder and autopilot, wind finder, VHF trans-receiver, VHF portable trans-receiver, Radar system, Fish finder, INMARSAT Satellite telephone, EPIRB, AIS (Automatic Identification System) and Main and Genoa jib sail.
Fishing trips at Saint Brandon or Soudan Banks. Saint Brandon also known as the Cargados Carajos Shoals is an Indian Ocean archipelago about 430 kilometers northeast of Mauritius consisting of a number of sand banks, shoals and islets.
The Soudan Banks are a group of underwater high points and reefs at about 200 kilometers off the northeast coast of Mauritius, known for their good fishing yields as fishing banks. They are administered by Mauritius.