Yachts

ECLAT

Motor Yacht ECLAT is a Leopard 31m Yacht for charter in St Tropez and the French Riviera.

Yacht Specification

Length

31.00m
(101′ 8″)

Draft

1.30m
(4′ 3″)

Beam

7.00m
(23′)

Location

West Mediterranean

Home Port

Marines de Cogolin, France

Charter Rate

From €60,000 per week*

*MYBA WMT – Plus VAT and All Expenses

Yacht Description

Motor Yacht ECLAT is a 31m Leopard Yacht built by the Cantiere Arno shipyard of Italy in 2008. The yacht is based in Marines de Cogolin, just moments from Saint Tropez. Motor yacht ECLAT is in fabulous condition, having had a full interior refit in 2016 and constant updates and improvements since then. This Leopard 31m yacht sleeps 8/9 guests in 4 luxurious cabins with a passionate and highly experienced crew of 4. With triple 1,800HP MTUs, the yacht cruises at 33 knots and can reach top speeds in excess of 40 knots. Tenders and Toys include a Williams Jet Tender, 2 Seabobs, 2 Paddle Boards, 1 Kayak, Water Skis and Wakeboard. A Jet Ski can be placed onboard luxury yacht ECLAT by request, but those wishing to use it must hold a valid license.

Leopard Yachts are amongst the most popular open sports yachts on the French Riviera and motor yacht ECLAT is a fine example!

Yacht Features

Guests
(Sleeping)

9

Guests
(Cruising)

12

Cabins
(Sleeps 9)

4

Jacuzzi
(On Deck)

No

Builder
(Manufacturer)

Arno

Fuel Consumption
(Per Hour)

900 Litres

Flag

French

Cruising Speed

33 Knots

Stabilisers

No

Total Crew

4

Year Built

2008

Wifi

Yes

Party Capacity

60

Air Conditioning

Yes

Water Sports Equipment and Toys

Leopard 31m yacht ECLAT offers yacht charter guests the following Tenders and Toys:

  • Tender Williams 385
  • Jet Ski Kawasaki 15F
  • 1 Seabob
  • Water Ski and Wakeboard
  • Buoys
  • Snorkeling Gear
  • 2 Paddleboards
  • 1 Kayak 2 Seater

Key Features

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To check availability and book a charter on this yacht, please get in touch with Bespoke Yacht Charter today.