Catamarán Bali 4.3 in Coiba
This impeccable 43 feet long (13 meters) catamaran, built only in 2020, is the most comfortable option for a whale watching cruise in Coiba, Islas Secas and the Gulf of Chiriquí, also known as "The Tuna Coast".
Its elegant components provide a refined design that, when complemented with the highest quality materials, shows an imposing appearance from any angle.
|Model||Bali 4.3 MY|
|YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION||2020|
|LENGTH||43 feet (13.10 meters)|
|MANGA||24.4 feet (7.12 meters)|
|DRAFT||3 feet (0.90 meters)|
|ENGINE||2 YANMAR 250 hp|
|FUEL TANK||800 liters|
|GUESTS||6 for lodging / 12 for day trips|
|CABINS||3 doubles for guests|
|BATHROOMS||2 for guests|
|AIR CONDITIONING||Available (will impact fuel consumption)|
This elevated flybridge accommodates 12 people + captain on top of the catamaran, offering a 360-degree view.
By removing the trampoline from the design, the Bali 43 instead features a comfortable bow seat.
The catamaran has a total of 3 double cabins, 2 of them with private bathroom and shower.
Air conditioning available in the cabins, this works with the generators so its use would affect the final consumption of fuel.
Fuel consumption on the charter
As is common on these charters, fuel is not included in the rate.
The cost of fuel will be paid in advance at market cost, this at the time of choosing the itinerary.
The Catamaran Bali 4.3 have an estimated consumption of 60 liters (16 USg) per hour.
A regular sailing day consumes 2 to 3 hours, but a whale watching charter may require several additional hours of sailing that will be billed at the end of the charter.