Emily Morgan, named after the Yellow Rose of Texas, is a classic Bowman 57 sailing yacht. She was designed by Holman and Pye, who later designed many Oysters, and built by Southampton Boat Services in Hampshire, UK. The spacious cockpit is perfect for sipping a cold sun downer whilst watching the sunset. It has an opening table for magical lunches and dinners under the stars. The large bimini fends off the fiercest midday sun. Sun lovers are not forgotten, theres plenty of comfy cushioned deck space for soaking up the sun when we reach the anchorage, just don't forget to lash on the factor 30! Sail handling is managed with furling head sails, main sail with lazy jacks, a mizzen sail aft as well as a spinnaker and mizzen staysail when speed is of the essence. Emily Morgan is easy to handle with her flexible rig. Guests can comfortably sit down to dinner either in the generous cockpit or the light and airy saloon. The saloon is spacious with seating around the table and armchairs to relax in. For entertainment Emily Morgan has a sound system complemented by a comprehensive music library, a selection of games and a carefully chosen reading library.
Sailing yacht EMILY MORGAN can accommodate up to 8 charter guests but 6 are preferred in 4 cabins. The spacious master cabin is aft and full beam of the yacht, with a king size bed. A guest cabin aft of the salon and forward of the master cabin, has side by side twin beds and shares the facilities with the master cabin. Forward of the salon, 2 mirror image cabins on the port and starboard side, have a lower single bed and upper Pullman berth each. The 2 forward guest cabins have shared facilities with the crew.
|Yanmar turbo Wind generator|
|Max Speed:||10US Gall/Hr|
|Engines:||Yanmar turbo Wind generator|
|Winter Area:||Caribbean Virgin Islands, Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards|
|Pick Up Locations|
|Internet Access:||None-Hot Spots|
|Guests Smokes:||on deck only|
|Dinghy size:||10' Alum RIB|
|Water Skis Adult:||-|
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|Kayaks 1 Pax:||-|
|Kayaks (2 Pax):||1|
|Boarding Ladder (Loc/Type):||-|
Both Anna and Bones have sailed from an incredibly young age. Anna’s first sailing experience was at 18 months old. Bones cut his teeth in the notorious Bristol Channel. They are both experienced sailing instructors equally happy cruising deserted islands or racing round the cans and love to impart their wealth of knowledge to a willing audience.
Bones has a passion for imparting his love of sailing to people of all ages. He ran a training centre for many years teaching sail and power and has a natural talent for entertaining children. Bones is an RYA/MCA commercially endorsed Offshore Yachtmaster. Having maintained his own boats from an early age and with a background in aviation, Bones turned his hand to successfully running his own boat repair business. This ensures that Emily Morgan is always very well maintained.
Anna has sailed both yachts and dinghies all her life, growing up on the Hamble River and gaining an RYA dinghy instructors’ qualification at the age of 18. She is an RYA/MCA commercially endorsed Ocean Yachtmaster and did her first Atlantic crossing in 2004. She inherited a love of cooking from her mother and has a culinary repertoire spanning the globe, with an emphasis on using fresh, local ingredients.
|Season||2 PAX||3 PAX||4 PAX||5 PAX||6 PAX||7 PAX||8 PAX|
|Winter 2019 to 2020||$10,800||$0||$11,300||$0||$12,000||$0||$12,500|