19m / 4 cabins / 8 guests / 4 crew
Six Degrees is a 620ft Lagoon Catamaran with a full beam cockpit. She is entirely fitted in teak, with spacious interiors and large transom rear stairs offering easy access to the sea.
Above deck, the large fly bridge is designed for reduced crew and extends throughout the cockpit to shelter the space. The gangways and fore space remain entirely uncluttered, leaving plenty more space to relax on deck while under sail.
Designed by architects Van Peteghem and Lauriot Prevost in association with Nauta, Six Degrees offers modern comfort on the waves. She is a great option for families or groups of friends seeking an adventure in the Andaman Sea.
Six Degrees offers three queen-sized double cabins and one bunk twin cabin, all with private bathrooms and full air conditioning. The cabins are neutrally finished with white pine and creamy upholstery.
Portholes and deck hatches allow natural light in as a contrast to the dark walnut floors. Leather storage trunks add a note of sophistication to the interior décor and prove handy for additional storage space.
The galley, which is typically an open lounge kitchen on most catamarans, has been relocated to an enclosed area on the portside. This allows the saloon to function as a large veranda with a 360-view of the ocean, while the cockpit also works as a balcony on the sea.
The lounge comfortably seats 10 guests with two sofa sets, while the cockpit offers a large table for all al fresco meals around the outdoor dinette which include a fridge and a gas BBQ. There are numerous built in seat deck beds located in the cockpit and fly bridge to relax while reading a good book or simply sunbathing.
Lagoon catamarans have long been seen as vessels that bring the comfort of home to the sea with their maximised space and accessibility.
Wakeboard & kneeboard
Snorkelling & diving equipment
|Length||19.00 m (62 ft)|
|Beam||10.00 m (33 ft)|
|Draft||1.50 m (5 ft)|
|Cruising speed||8 knots|
|Max speed||8 knots|
|Naval architect||Van Peterghem & Lauriot Prevost|
Crew, including cruise director, chef and local guide
Meals & snacks
Water, soft drinks, juices, tea & coffee
Use of water sports equipment
Local airport transfers
Harbour & relocation fees in Thailand & Myanmar
Diving certification courses
Personal travel & diving insurance (mandatory)