Sunreef 62 BLAZE II is a first-rate construction launched by the
Yachts shipyard that is simply classical in her design. The
semi-custom sailing catamaran was built to cross the
deep waters of the world’s oceans in the utmost of comfort and
security while representing the features endemic to the Sunreef
brand: streamlined hull, remarkable flybridge with high-tech
external helm, show-stopping design and great attention to
The sprawling and handsomely appointed teak-sole cockpit with a
vast ivory alfresco dining table gives guests an instant warm
welcome before they enter the yacht through a stained-glass sliding
door. The saloon and galley area equipped with top-notch appliances
is a glimpse of the yacht’s chic interior tastefully and
luxuriously geared in veneered American Cherry wood. The simplicity
and elegance of the interior is enhanced through the presence of
plush cream leather upholstery and designer details.
BLAZE II sleeps comfortably up to 8 guests in 4 ensuite cabins that
are located below deck. The master cabin boasts a comfortable
king-size bed while the rest dispose of double beds making the
yacht a wonderful choice for groups of friends chartering together.
Each one boasts a private bathroom with separate shower for a
luxurious cruise in a relaxed and amicable ambiance.
Luxury charter sailing catamaran BLAZE II is
impeccably equipped for entertainment and water sports fun with a
widescreen LCD TV with Bose home cinema and DVD player while the
water toy chest includes a RIB dinghy with 50 hp outboard engine, a
14’ Zodiac dinghy with 25 hp outboard, two kayaks and two paddle
boards. With such a thorough choice, it will be extremely hard to
make adventure-seeking guests come out of the water!
Selecting luxury catamaran BLAZE II for their serene
charter holiday will
allow passengers to visit such remote and exotic locales as
Indonesia, Malaysia or Thailand in the winter. BLAZE II is a pure
incarnation of the pleasure of yachting as well as onboard comfort
and luxury thanks to which all amateurs of sailing without
sacrifice to splendor will delight in this striking commanding
BLAZE II’s professional and apt crew of 3 will yield to your
slightest demand and will show you the ropes of sailing, chat about
the next destination, accommodate to your special
dietary requirements or suggest the best local spots for
Large owner's suite with cabinet and small sofa. Classical design
Luxury finish in American Cherry
Large navigation table
4 cabins with private bathrooms and separate showers
Incredible fly bridge
Large spacious cockpit
Location details: High Season
Nov 1 - Apr 30: BLAZE II is available for charters in Langkawi (Malaysia), Phuket (Thailand, international charters), the Andaman Islands and the Mergui Archipelago of Myanmar (Burma).
Delivery fee from Phuket (Thailand) to Myanmar (Burma) or Phuket to Langkawi (Malaysia) from 1,000 USD one way.
Andaman Islands relocation fee POA
Christmas/New Year (December 20 – January 15): High Season Rate + 10%
Registration for Thai flag is in process. If concluded, BLAZE II will be available for 2-4 day and long-weekend charters around Phuket area. Please enquire.
May 1 - Oct 31: Phang Nga, and Krabi, Phi Phi, Lanta, Ha (depending on weather conditions).
May 1 - Oct 31: beautiful Tioman Island (Malaysia) if minimum 2 week charter booked at the weekly high season rate, no relocation fee
May 1 - Oct 31: Undiscovered Anambas Islands (Indonesia), 150 nautical miles northeast of Batam Island (Indonesia) in the South China Sea.
if minimum 2 week charter booked at the weekly high season rate, no relocation fee.
Low season: 18,000 USD + APA 20%
High season: 20,500 USD + APA 20%
Low season: 19,500 USD all inclusive
High season: 22,000 USD all inclusive
All Inclusive charter rate includes: local transfers to/from the yacht, all meals, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages, fuel for up to 4 hours cruising per day, 8 hours generator per day.
Rates + VAT (where applicable).
Indian Ocean and SE Asia, South China Sea
Phuket, Thailand. International charters.
Event charters, Indian Ocean, Regattas, South-East Asia