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the boat
FIRST 47 m.15
Design: German Frers
Built by: "Beneteau"
Sloop, 120 sq.m.
Water: 1000 lt.
Fuel; 250 lt.
 vhf - ssb
GPS, Plotter, ecosound
Meteo fax
4 x 75 watts plus 1 x 55 watts solar penels
2 wind generators
HI-FI  and CD and DVD player
Cockpit table
Awning and bimini
Fishing rod

the crew
Arnaldo and Alessandra,
are skippers with large experience in the Caribbean Sea. They will show you the most good-looking anchorages and will make you appreciate the life on board. 
Alessandra is a very good chef and she will surprise you with her  Italian cuisine.

plant of the insides of the boat

Micamale is an elegant and fast 47 feet designed by German Frers expressly for charter and built by Beneteau. All internal furniture are in teak wood. We have two twin cabins with King size bed, each with own bathroom with shower. A large living room with two curved settees for ten people and a separated galley with stove and oven, the navigation station and forward two double cabins with two single berths each with one large bathroom and a shower. A spacious flush deck is perfect for the life in open air.

the tender
Tender: "Caribe" 10 feet, hard
bottom for 8 people
2 out board:
"tohatsu" 9,8 hp, four strokes
"Johnson" 8 hp, two strokes

Phone on board:
+1 473 5376360

the ecological boat: the boat with his solar panels and his wind generatorsalternative energies used to live on board
Living on a sailboat means to live in contact with the nature and therefore to love it and to respect it. 
When the sailboats didn't have engine and batteries and they just used oil lamps for the inside and external illumination and the sextant to calculate the position, the problem it didn't exist. 
But today also the sailboats are modernized and we use all the tools that technology offers us to live better and, above all, to sail with a lot of more safety. 
GPS to know in every moment the position, radar to see the dangers also at night or in the fog, electric winches to pick up anchors and chains, electronic systems to receive meteo charts, radio to be able to contact maritime stations for any emergency, electric bildge pumps in case of leak, and why not, a refrigerator to have fresh drinks and to stow food, then music, computers and video, is justly frequent today on our boats. 
How to get energy for everything?
Instead of starting the engine or a possible generator both feed to gas-oil, we have chosen to install on our boat two wind generators and five solar panels (four 75 watts each and one 55 watts). 
Between sun and wind, especially in these zones where they generally abound, we succeed so to feed the uses, using the engine just in navigation when is strongly necessary without turning it more times in the day to recharge the batteries.