Our BaIi 4.3 is the mid-size level (Superior category, by the way!) of Vale catamarans for hire Of Helm Yachting in terms of dimensions: it is very similar to the Bali 4.1, only a little longer and wider. It belongs to the new generation concept of charter sailing boats made to live in (and not just to sail faster): it's more of a floating villa for guests looking for space and comfort rather than speed and sailing performance. Like the Bali 4.1, the 4.3 is also a revolution in the concept of holidays, making charter sailing easily accessible and full of fun even for non-expert sailors. Beginners as well as sea experts will adore the incredible spaces and the incomparable stability of our Bali 4.3 catamaran, which will welcome them into the magical world of sailing charters, without spending a fortune (comfort cabins with electric fans and standard equipment). The Aeolian Islands will become the unique stage of your sailing holiday! with unparalleled comfort.
Sailing on this catamaran, you will enjoy its large cockpit/saloon area: a single space for dining and relaxing, which can be opened or closed at your convenience with a single button. At the stern it offers a large sofa, which will allow you to accommodate up to 10 people in total and at the bow a huge galley with fridge and freezer, as well as an integrated ice machine and infinite compartments for provisions.
All cabins are equipped with full-length double beds and en-suite bathrooms with integrated showers, as well as a small wardrobe for storing luggage. All cabins are also equipped with electric fans to cool off on hot days. At the bow, mini-cabins for the skipper can accommodate 2 more people, for a total of 10 people who can comfortably be accommodated on board.
The raised wheelhouse offers an incredible convivial fly bridge with 3 sunbeds, and a lounge area with coffee table, while her unique bow offers 5 sunbeds with 2 coffee tables to enjoy any seat on this incredible yacht. The result is that our Bali 4.3 catamaran offers as many as 3 separate areas for its guests, thus avoiding the classic overcrowding as occurs on monohull sailboats of the same length.
The prevailing winds around the Aeolian Islands during the summer tend to be from the NW or NE, although, in calm weather, light sea breezes from any direction can be encountered blowing between the islands.
While rare, storms are not unheard of during the spring and early summer and careful forward planning is required as there are only two harbors that offer adequate shelter.