Welcome to Taboo!
At a length of 45ft Taboo spacious interior and deck design allow four guests to cruise and relax in luxury and with the upmost of comfort.
On deck, Taboo has a centered cockpit seating a crew of six, the main advantages of this deck layout is a large sunbathing area on deck, snorkelling preparation and on-deck evening drinks.
There is a fridge aboard Taboo approximately 50cm in height, 30cm in depth and 35cm wide, with a separate freezer compartment for that all important ice.
In addition there is a gas cooker with oven, grill four hobs. A full range of kitchen equipment including kettle, 240v iron, ironing board, a range of pots and pans and full cutlery.
For tender there is an Avon RIB with outboard motor for easy tendering to on-shore locations. The skipper will happily chauffeur you around at your convenience.
Length 13.98m, 45ft
Draft HPB keel 2m
Displacement in sailing trim 15,873kg
Ballast keel 5,256kg
Sail area (150% foretriangle) 105.1m (squared)
Engine Volvo MD22 59hp
Tanks: Fuel 700litres, Water 500litres
Thanks to our water maker Taboo 'makes' 15-20 litres of water an hour.
Above - the cockpit has waterproof speakers either side, along with a teak fold away table, and drinks holder.
Above - The bimini keeps the sun away from the cockpit.
Everyone enjoys a holiday that's easy and effortless in every way.
There is a stern shower with hot and cold water for a quick rinse after a swim or snorkelling.
Taboo has a surround sound system in the saloon and on-deck speakers for those sunshine songs. There is a CD player, FM Radio, iPod transmitter and iPod input available.
Each cabin has at least one variable speed fan streaming fresh air whilst you rest.
The saloon is now fitted with a new DVD player and LCD screen, all plugged into the surround sound system on the yacht for a special movie viewing experience.
Fishing rod and hooks are available (please refer to fishing regulations before using equipment before your holiday)
Range of novels and games.
Hangers in the wardrobe spaces.
Taboo is fitted with two 'gin & tonic' seats which are located at the stern for evening drinks or a great relaxing position when sailing. (below)