NOMAD IV Inquire About This Yacht

Yacht Type:

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Length:

30.48

Beam:

8.30

Draft:

5.90

Guests:

12

Crew:

4

Cabins:

5

Helipad:

No

Jacuzzi:

No

AC:

Full

Year Built:

2013

Builder:

.

Max Speed:

no limit

Yacht Description

The world renowned naval architects Finot-Conq have an enviable reputation in the sailing world. Among their previous racing builds are IMOCA 60s and the Pogo series and their latest creation is the 100ft cruiser NOMAD IV. NOMAD IV is easily adaptable and she can be both an impressive racing yacht or a comfortable cruising yacht for charter. Her mast is 47m the water and she has 9 ton water ballast tanks each side, a short cord performance lifting keel, twin rudders and full carbon construction. Inside NOMAD IV there is spacious and modern accommodation for 12 guests with four crew. The 30.48m yacht was built by the Maxi Dolphin shipyard in Italy.

Yacht Accomodations

- 1 master cabin
- 2 guests cabins with double beds
- 1 guest cabins with twin beds (bunks beds)
- 1 quadruple cabins with a large double bed + 2 twin beds (bunks beds)

High Price (weekly):

€56,000

Low Price (weekly):

€52,000

Captain Name:

Christopher

Captain Nation:

British

Snorkeling Gear:

Yes

Fishing Gear:

Yes

Onboard Scuba:

Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only

Other Toys

1 Tender 4m type Jetski - 120 CV Yamaha
2 paddle boards
2 two-man kayaks
1 one-man kayak
Snorkelling equipment
Waterskis and a wakeboard
Buoy
2 interior and 2 exterior speakers
2 TV screens

Crew Profile

CAPTAIN – CHRISTOPHER REILLY – BRITISH – AGE 37

Born in the UK, but brought up speaking English and French bilingually, Christopher has sailed from the age of 7. Whilst growing up, he nurtured his love for sailing through going on family sailing holidays, which later in life led him to buying a yacht of his own that he maintains himself. He has extensive sailing experience, skippering shipping vessels, sailing yachts of his own and having gone through intensive training such as Yachtmaster.

SAIL AND WORK EXPERIENCE:
Captain of a Grand Large 43 Cartagena, Spain, July 2014
Captain: Shipping from Saint Valery en Caux to La Rochelle; Alubat Ovni 445 (470 nautical miles)
Captain: Shipping from Le Havre to Plévenon; Bénéteau Evasion (170 nautical miles)
First Mate: Shipping from Curaçao to the Netherlands, Wauquiez Centurion 42 (4626nm)

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Christopher is responsible for navigation, safety, the overall running and financial management of the vessel, crew and guests. He ensures the safe and efficient operation of the yacht at all times, in¬cluding compliance with all safety procedures and regulations. He takes care of adhering to flag regula¬tions, port state and local laws and regulations, and manages the crew to ensure adherence to, and a full understanding of, the vessel’s policies. He provides daily leadership for the crew and encourages team¬work, individual growth and personal attention by delegating duties and supervising all crew tasks.

LANGUAGES SPOKEN English and French fluently.

EDUCATION, LICENCES AND CERTIFICATES:
Yachtmaster Certificate

HOBBIES: Climbing and hiking, kayaking, photography.

Christophe Benier
First Mate, FRENCH – 46

Sail and work experience
4 years’ experience on board NOMAD IV, including maintenance, Racing Charters and deliveries Deckhand on board passenger transport M/Vs POSEIDON and FREDERIC MISTRAL 2014 – 2015 Sailed Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas Before entering the yachting world, independent entrepreneur in the Caribbean, building worker in Switzerland, Army Reserve from 1994 – 1996.

Job description
Christophe holds the ability to stand in for the Captain in his absence, acting as second in command. Assists the Captain in navigation and participates in deck operations and organizes guest activities. Possesses extensive maintenance knowledge and is responsible for the running and maintenance of deck equipment. Seeks out, identifies and solves technical problems before they escalate. When guests are on board, he ensures that they are properly cared for and that all requirements are met. Offers a particular attention to details and a polite and entertaining spirit. Christophe speaks French native, English and Italian fluent

Education, Licenses & Certificates
• Marine Marchande (2012 - 2015),
• BTS Action Commerciale (1994), Bac D (1991)
• Brevet de Capitaine 200 Voile & Yacht, CFBS
• STCW 2010, Médical 2, SMDSM CGO,
• Brevet de Chef Mécanicien 750 KW, CQali

Hobbies
Interest in the environment, anthropology, history, philosophy,
travel, reading, music, movies, sports…

Lucile Sinapin

Hostess FRENCH – 29

Lucile grew up in Normandie where she started sailing with her parents at the age of 12. After completing studies in law and commerce, she started traveling the world with the perfect combination of work and adventure. After a first Atlantic crossing on a sailing yacht she took the decisive path to become a professional sailor combing her strong hospitality background to her passion. Lucile is also a sports enthusiast and a keen diver who holds the rescue diver certification.

Sail and work experience
• Stewardess on Nomad IV since 2018
• Stewardess on Lucky Simon for transat crossing
• 4 years working in restaurants and hospitality
• Construction projects of hotels and lodges in France, Madagascar and India.

Job description
Lucile is responsible for organization, management and cleanliness of all interiors. She maintains an accurate inventory of all service items and supplies. She ensures cleaning and preparation of the vessel to the highest standards prior to any and all guest trips. She is in charge of vessel provisioning for both guests and crew, and all aspects of daily life. When guests are on board, she ensures they are properly cared for and that all their requirements are met. Thanks to her sailing capability, she can assist on deck during navigation and port manoeuvres.

Education, Licenses & Certificates
STCW Basic Safety Training, First aid training, PADI Divemaster certification.

Lucile speaks
French (native language), English (fluent), Italian (Intermediate), Hindi (basic)

Hobbies
Music, arts, photography, paragliding and diving

Julia Robert

Chef FRENCH – 28

Julia had nourished a passion for cooking since childhood. She started cooking in restaurants immediately after finishing her studies and has been chef in restaurants on Belle Ile and in the Alpes for the past 6 years. Julia has also travelled extensively allowing her to mix international flavors to her meals. After a first experience as chef on a charter yacht in the Caribbean Julia decided to turn her career from lad to sea.

Sail and work experience
• Chef on Cala Luna Winter 2018-19
• Chef at La Table du Gouverneur Summer 2018
• Chef at Le Lodge mille 8 Winter 2017-19
• Chef at La Table du Gouverneur Summer 2014-17
• Apprentice chef at Restaurant Jean de la Pipe 2013-14

Job description
Julia is responsible for the guests and crew meals and nutrition, assuring a rich variety of food sourcing local fresh produce. She estimates food needs, reviews inventory to assure that adequate supplies are available, adhering to budget and to the guest’s expectations. Thanks to her creativity, she prepares new recipes and products to satisfy different guests requests according to their preference list. Her sailing capability allows her to assist in all yacht manoeuvres during navigation and
docking procedures.

Education, Licenses & Certificates
STCW Basic Safety Training, First aid training, Open water diver.

Julia speaks
French (native language), Spanish (good) , English (intermediate).

Hobbies
Music, diving, hiking & botanical studies


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