In the world of cruising catamarans , the range Privilege has always been the benchmark for luxury , performance and equipment , to the point of being commonly referred to as " the Rolls Royce of the catamarans ." Sagittarius is one of the largest Privilege constructed , and in 2012 was subjected to a total refitting which covered every aspect of the boat : the sail plan ( now Spectra laminate in vacuum , with mainsail "square top" ) to electronics ( now sees installed the flagship range of Simrad and B & G ), passing through the hull , which now has repainted a beautiful and sunny blue sky . Inside, guests are four cabins large , all with double bed , desk and bathroom with separate shower , as well as , as appropriate , a further central cabin in the ship , even larger . The crew normally consists of Commander , Sailor and hostess (and possibly cook) , are reserved for the two twin cabins bow , which are completely independent , even at the level of inputs, the guest cabins. The
exceptional roominess, the great sailing performance ( under favorable conditions, will easily exceed 15 knots ) , the insurmountable airborne equipment, allow you to spend a holiday exploring the most exotic islands , coves of the most inaccessible areas of the seabed more uncontaminated by adding the pleasure of a navigation performance . And all without giving up the comforts of a five star hotel .