Project Description

“Sincerity” Baglietto 1928

Length: 28.95 mt.  Builder: Baglietto  Built: 1928 – Crew: 4 – Base: Balearics – Palma

Accommodations: she can sleep up to 6 guests in 3 cabins.

Amenities & Entertainment:  TV, CD, Wifi.

Tenders & Toys:  tender with 40 HP engine, water skis, windsurf, snorkeling gear.

Summer Season: Balearic Islands
Winter Season: Balearic Islands

    From € 16.000 per Week

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    Yacht Life:

    Classic Sail 1928  Classic Sail Yacht Charter Palma de Mallorca – Sail Yacht North Sardinia – was designed by Ing. Vincenzo Baglietto and built in its famous family shipyard in Varazze, Italy. She was launched on august 1928 with the name of JANUA.

    In his long life he has sailed in almost all the seas of the world, hosting aboard characters as reals and representatives of the international sailing and attending in the last 30 years the major sailing events for classic yachts. Its history and its cruises are reported on several specialized magazines.

    The current name, SINCERITY, dates back to 1970, when the yacht was bought by an US gentleman.

    In 2016 Sincerity underwent important work at Arpeca Yard in Viareggio, Italy. Nothing was left to chance, both in the structure and in the endowment of new and modern equipment that allowed to offer safe and comfortable cruises for many years to come.

    Now, based in Palma de Mallorca, she is available for charters and events throughout the Western Mediterranean. She can accommodate 5 guests in 2 cabins with 1 toilets. The crew of 4 has separated quarters.

    Accommodations: the aft third cabin runs the width of the yacht, has a double bunk to starboard, a single bunk to port and a personal wash basin. The cabin is spacious and accented with a large overhead skylight providing plenty of light and air.

    The starboard cabin has two large portholes, both of which can be fully opened. An intricate ventilation hatch into the deckhouse also provides a steady flow of fresh air through the cabin. There is a large 8 foot single bunk to starboard, commonly used as a double, and a single bunk athwart ship. On the port side directly opposite the curved stairs leading down from the deck house is a single cabin with beautiful cabinetry, hanging locker and porthole.