The Privateer Elegance lives up to its name in more ways than one. They are graceful boats with a hull shape that builds a bridge between tradition and elegance. Sleek looking with a very low profile and an open cockpit, they are the ideal yacht for both extended cruises and island hopping.
Stylish and spacious An elegant onboard lifestyle is also assured. The layout of the Privateer Elegance is very spacious, with a roomy lounge, and a first class galley that brings haute cuisine within easy reach. A large cockpit area has a gorgeous teak-covered seating area integrated into the superstructure. The large owner’s suite is a delight and has a luxury wet compartment with a separate shower. Below deck are some very well proportioned guest cabins.
Inside out With its clever detachable U-shaped seating arrangement, the aft deck is a perfect spot to relax and watch the world pass you by. Erect the specially developed awning and you have a complete connection with the interior. With the large windows in the lounge, this creates a true inside out feeling and allows you to use more than half of your boat for socializing and entertainment. It also gives you extra space so that, even in the pre-season or late in the year, you still have a very comfortable boat with an aft area that is protected against the wind and easy to heat. The awning is also exceptionally easy to set up and remove.
Elegant engineering The Privateer Elegance is currently available in three models, ranging from 43 to 49 ft (other sizes on request). All benefit from Privateer’s legendary engineering expertise, meaning that elegance is also assured ‘behind the panels’ and under the floorboards. Typical owners are therefore people who know boating and recognise quality. It has been a great complement to have clients from the maritime industry commission a Privateer Elegance – people who know the best when they see it.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 49 ft 1 in
Beam: 15 ft 11 in
Dry Weight: 57761 lbs
Engine Option 1: 1x
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 2