|Don't you love guests who arrive with essential provisions. Gary, Tanya, Karen and Rob with some bubbles for sundowners|
|Our fantastic, very large stateroom on Alcheringa|
|In just ten minutes the stateroom can be split into two, good size double cabins. You can see the timber panels in place on the left.|
When choosing a boat, we always had in mind that although there would just be the three of us on board for the vast majority of the time, we definitely wanted the space to comfortably have friends and family join us at various times. The flexibility that Jeanneau’s 43DS provides was one of a number of features that strongly attracted us to this make and model of yacht. Now we’ve actually used it, we’re even more convinced of its value. Alcheringa was one of the last of its design constructed and we struggle to understand why Jeanneau didn’t continue this innovative idea in their later deck salon models.
|Sundowners in the cockpit. We're not sure whether we need to get smaller strawberries for the champagneor larger glasses.|