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The most varied choice of water-toys for active holidays

BuilderAstilleros de Mallorca/Camper & Nicholsons Balk Shipyard
Year of build2007 latest refit 2012
Guest accommodation12 in 5 cabins
Cruising speed10 knots
Specific water toys6.25m Williams Dieseljet 625 tender with 260hp engine, 3.5m Lomac RIB with 30hp engine, jetskis, sailing dinghy, windsurfer, Hobie Tandem kayak, waterskis, diving gear, fishing gear, flyboard, inflatables, Polaris-Rotax Amfib Deltaplano with 65hp engine for two (on extra expense with pilot license)
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Originally a 1970s Camper & Nicholsons , Berzinc was transformed into an epitaph of luxury and style after a complete rebuild by Balk Shipyard. In essence a brand-new ship was built from her lengthened hull over a period of almost two years. Working in partnership with naval architects Navirex and Felix Buitendijk Design, Berzinc is now designed with the charterer in mind. The 44.68 metre yacht now carries two MTU 4000 engines and the latest generation VT-NAID stabilisers to ensure smooth sailing. Moreover, the excellent sound insulation guarantees very quiet excursions. Berzinc is able to accommodate up to twelve charter guests in five cabins all with luxurious en-suite bathrooms. The outdoor dining area, which can be enclosed with heaters, seats ten comfortably. There is also a state-of-the-art audiovisual system throughout, along with an extensive watersport toys list for the enjoyment of all guests. From jetskis to a flyboard, to a unique flying tender and a generous swimming platform, Berzinc has a lot to offer.


Charter Fee: 85,000 EUR - 95,000 EUR per week + VAT + Expenses

Sales Fee: 3,800,000 EUR (VAT Paid)


Summer: West-Med & East-Med

Winter: West-Med/ Caribbean

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