Yacht C38 range Cruiser Line – Sporty and fun to drive with just the right amount of bling and plenty of chic.
SPORTY AND FUN
Madeleine is an icon of style and comfort. Innovative Italian design, elegant style and light seeping in through its large windows, much like a veranda, that’s what gives rise to the feeling of becoming one with the sea.
The C38 is typical of a lot of sportsyachts in terms of cockpit layout featuring U-shape seating around a foldout table aft to port and a wetbar opposite. Forward of the seating is a large chaise lounge adjacent the starboard helm.
The teak-laid cockpit is roomy and all on a single level. The seating is wide and comfortable and the foldout table, when open, is big enough to accommodate all the components of a large buffet lunch and, when folded, still provides plenty of room for drinks. The wetbar with glass bench top and funky flick-mixer includes a stainless steel sink and under-bench fridge and icemaker.
Being located close to the cockpit entry also means that if you're lounging around on the swimplatform, which on these type of boats usually forms part of the outdoor entertaining area, you don't need to go far to get a cool drink or a snack. Incidentally, the swimplatform features a fully drained icebox, swim ladder and hot and cold transom shower.
The chaise lounge adjacent to the helm is a genuine double and a nice spot to sit or lounge underway, chatting with the skipper. Overhead a full GRP hardtop means that all-weather boating is an option, but if the sun is shining, then open up the huge electrically operated sunroof and get yourself a dose of vitamin D.
There's lots of choice on where to relax on this boat and the foredeck provides another option. Getting there along the sidedecks is simple enough with high siderails and cleverly placed handholds making it safe and easy. The foredeck features a large sunpad with inbuilt drinkholders and a pair of waterproof speakers.
SPACE AND LIGHT
Below decks in the compact galley/saloon, light walnut woodwork combined with fabric wall panels, white-gloss cupboards, contrasting bench and table tops and dark leather seating all blend nicely providing the anticipated chic. Overhead, skylights let in plenty of natural light as do portholes at either side, which also provide cross-flow ventilation.
Two cabins lead off the galley/saloon and both are large and well fitted out. The master cabin forward has an island queen bed and plenty of storage and hanging space. The mid-cabin features twin single beds with an infill to convert to a king size. There's good head-height inside the entry to this cabin, where inbuilt seating has storage underneath. Both cabins feature plenty of natural light with opening portholes and, in the forward cabin, an overhead hatch. The mid-cabin features large panoramic hull windows.
The single bathroom amidships serves as an en suite to the master cabin with a separate door to service the second cabin and act as the dayhead. Here too the style continues with a fashionable ceramic bowl, mirrored cabinets and a separate shower with a plexiglass door. The head is located inside the shower cubicle, a teak lid forming a shower seat when not in use.
WHAT MAKES MADELEINE UNIQUE?
Joystick docking! It makes more comfortable, safe and enjoyable to dock for many people.
“Fly by wire” software commands from the helm mounted joystick control the individual sterndrives with just the right throttle and thrust to move the boat into your chosen spot. The joystick is fully intuitive. Push the joystick to port or starboard and your boat moves confidently sideways. Forward and aft movements of the joystick propel the boat in the same direction. Twist the knob, the boat spins on its own axis. And what is more.
Challenging berth spaces now become easily accessible and, by effectively combining direction and thrust, the joystick helps overcome the effects of wind and current. Last but not least, low and high RPM maneuverability is achieved with the push of a button.
A LEVEL OF COMFORT AND SATISFACTION THAT STRETCHES BEYOND THE EXTRAORDINARY
| Joystick control | Volvo Power Trim Assistance & Trip computer | Cockpit refrigerator | Bow thruster | GSP Raymarine C125 | TV pre-rig for dinette / bow cabin | Bimini + camping cover |
| Bow comfort kit: radio remote, control and speakers, bow shower and cup holder |
| Air conditioning 12.000 BTU | Generator 6,1 KW | Upgrade dinette electric cooktop | Under water lights (whites) | Mosquitos nets |
| Cable storage system | Hydraulic passarelle | Ice maker cockpit | Cockpit electric (only with 230 V) | Upgrade cockpit air conditioning | Set of sun covers for windshield glasses |
| Upgrade GPS Chart plotter Raymarine E127 with fish finder | Digital Radar Raymarine 4 Kw |
| Digital rudder indicator ST60 PLUS | TV LED 22' bow cabin | TV LED 22' dinette |
| Length: 11,70 m | Fuel tank: 2 x 480 l | Width: 3,75 m | Water tank: 300 l | Weight: 9.300 kg | Engine: 2 x Volvo Penta D4-300 (2 x 300hp)
| Persons capacity: 12 people | 6 people can sleep |
| Planning speed: 16 kn | Cruising speed: 29 kn |
SUIT A COUPLE OR A FAMILY
Madaleine would suit a couple or a family with kids. She'd make a great dayboat or entertainer and with her turn of speed you can get to your playground fast and stay there longer. With two cabins, a safe cruising range, the Sessa C38 is an ideal for getting away for at least seven days.
CONTACT COSTAROSE MARINE!
Costarose Marine’s team provides an excellent service and would be delighted to speak with you in more detail regarding your needs. I can be reached by:
| SI: + 386 40 340 644 | HR: +385 911 622 000 |
| E-mail: email@example.com | www.costarose-marine.com |
I am looking forward to hearing from you soon!
2 x 300 HP
- Air conditioner
Pickup and return
Check-in: 17:00, Split
Check-out: 10:00, Split
Please contact us if you would like to request non-standard check-in and check-out times or locations.
These are fees that will be added on top of the boat price.
You can order these optional extras now and pay the charter company directly upon arrival at the marina.
Zizoo's Guide to Sailing in Croatia
- Best time to sail
- Boat base locations
Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Hvar
- Languages spoken
- Closest airports
Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb
World Heritage Cities of Split and Dubrovnik, Kornati Islands National Park, party islands of Pag and Hvar
More about Croatia
The nation of 1,000 islands remains one of our top destinations for sailing. Wandering through the winding streets of walled cities, touring the country’s diverse landscapes and savouring the local delicacies and wines in friendly local taverns and picturesque vineyards - do all this and more when you charter a yacht in Croatia.
Things to know
Licence and Skipper
A licence is required to sail this boat. However, if you and your crew do not have a boat licence you can easily add a skipper at the checkout. For more information about boat licences, check out our page "Do I need a licence to rent a boat".
Similarly to renting a car, chartering a boat requires a security deposit. The deposit, refundable after check-out, covers you and your fellow passengers against accidental damage and ensures that contractual obligations are met. The security deposit varies in value depending on the model and brand of the boat. It will be returned to you after the boat has been inspected and is deemed undamaged. You can choose to purchase the refundable security deposit, or pay a one-off deposit waiver fee instead.
A deposit waiver is a non-refundable alternative to the refundable security deposit. The deposit waiver acts in the same way as the security deposit, in that it ensures any damage to the boat is covered. The deposit waiver is lower in value than the security deposit.
We have partnered with UNIQA to provide a range of additional insurance options for your charter.
1) Charter deposit insurance - secures the security deposit in the case of loss or damage to the chartered boat as a result of a naval accident.
2) Cancellation insurance - covers the cancellation cost in case of sudden serious illness, accident or death.
3) Charter payment insurance - covers against the potential insolvency of the charter company; boating accidents occurring before the rental period or sinking. It also provides insurance in the case of the charter not being able to provide the boat selected at booking or an alternative vessel.
Zizoo offers a full refund for cancellations made within 24 hours of booking. For cancellations made up to 7 days after the booking date, a 12% handling fee is retained.
For bookings cancelled up to 30 days before the check-in date, a 50% refund of the total amount is applied. Cancellations made within less than 30 days of the check-in date are not eligible for refund.
Please be aware that the conditions of our charter partners’ own policies apply. If you have further questions regarding our cancellation policy, please contact our customer support team.
What happens when I request an offer?
Once we receive your request, we will confirm the availability of the boat, as well as check for alternative ones. To ensure your experience is the best it can be, we may contact you to discuss your request in detail. Let us do the research for you - free of charge.
When can I get in touch with the skipper?
You can get in touch with the skipper as soon as you’ve completed your booking. Our skippers are highly qualified and knowledgeable about their locality.
What is a Transit Log?
A Transit Log is a variable payment, which can include the following: bed linen, cleaning, on-board Internet connection, tourist tax and base marina fees. The details of the Transit Log differ depending on the boat, location and charter partner. Once you choose your boat, our team will be able to outline the specifics of the Transit Log associated with your booking.
Are there any other costs I should be aware of?
There are marina fees and fuel costs which vary depending on the type, duration and location of your sailing holiday. Marina fees need to be paid at each marina you choose to dock overnight - the amount varies but you may be able to find this information in advance by contacting the marinas directly. Fuel costs depend on whether you’re sailing a motorboat or a sailboat. You can estimate fuel costs by double-checking your chosen boat’s engine, and the expected distance you aim to sail.