Dalia was conceived as a true contemporary classic, built of a mix of traditional and modern materials. Inspired by the beauty, performance, and handiness of the 19th century fishing schooners from Gloucester, Massachusetts, she has a definite classic profile - a fine, long clipper bow, a graceful overhung stern and a lovely wineglass transom. Her decks are clean and uncluttered with a low profile and a discreet deckhouse. Craftsmanship and joinerwork are rustic but elegant and of superb quality, a result of excellent Brazilian woods, true teamwork and an owner who was also the builder, and was always on site.
While sailing performance is important, the owner's primary concern is to have a comfortable boat that can be easily handled by a very small crew. She was built for handiness without sacrificing speed, and all the sail handling is done manually, maintaining the art and science involved in seamanship. Sailing Dalia can involve owner and guests in navigation, weather prediction, maneuvers and a number of challenging activities - most sailors like it that way. On the other hand, our guests can just sit and experience a relaxing afternoon sail down the coast of Ilha Grande Bay, feeling the breeze, sipping champagne and enjoying the extraordinary scenery. As a result, sailing Dalia is an elegant, relaxing and pleasant experience.
From 80 euros / person for an afternoon in Rio de Janeiro (from 6 to 15 people). Available for longer trip.
We invite you to contact us for more information.