The Moorings Introduces Power Yacht Charters in Pacific Northwest

The Moorings, a leading yacht charter company, is now offering Power Yacht Charters aboard the Moorings 393 Powercat in the Pacific Northwest.

The Moorings, a leading yacht charter company, is now offering Power Yacht Charters aboard the Moorings 393 Powercat in the Pacific Northwest with their Preferred Partner, Anacortes Yacht Charters.

The expansive cruising range offered by this power catamaran will allow charter guests to enjoy the natural splendor and lively cosmopolitan atmosphere offered by a two-country itinerary throughout U.S. and Canadian waters.

“These Pacific Northwest waters are top-rated as one of the world’s best boating destinations, and since 2004 we have offered bareboat sailing vacations in this region,” Cheryl Powell, COO of The Moorings, says. “Now, we are pleased to expand our partnership with Anacortes Yacht Charters to include power cruising vacations aboard the Moorings 393 Powercat.”

In the Pacific Northwest, there is something for everyone. The historic town of Anacortes – a key destination for power yacht charters – offers the ability to cruise through the protected waters of Puget Sound while experiencing charming towns steeped in history, quiet fishing villages, unique shops, and delectable farm fresh cuisine.

Other itinerary options will lead charterers through more than 2,000 islands of the U.S. San Juan Islands and the Canadian Gulf Islands. These waters are home to mountainous evergreen peaks, secret fjords, protected anchorages, waterfalls and all types of wildlife.

Those who enjoy sightseeing will want to experience Victoria, the capital city of British Columbia located on Vancouver Island, which is well-known for its cobblestone streets, jazz scene and magnificent Fairmont Empress Hotel. While just across the Strait of Georgia, the cosmopolitan city of Vancouver is home to a unique mix of cultures, art galleries, parks, distinct neighborhoods and fantastic restaurants all surrounded by snow-capped mountains and crystal clear water.

Amenities of Moorings 393PC

The Moorings 393 Powercat designed by multihull architects Morelli & Melvin and built by Robertson & Caine, features a cutting edge design with 3 deck levels, large functional living spaces, and amenities such as air conditioning, flat-screen TV/DVD player, sound system with MP3 connection, and upgraded electronics, including color chart plotter. The 39-foot power catamaran has a roomy saloon and galley plus 3 cabins and 2 heads, with a luxurious suite in the starboard hull. On the fly bridge, a centrally positioned helm station offers excellent visibility on all corners of the yacht for ease of maneuvering. Powered by two 110hp Yanmar diesel engines, she delivers excellent fuel efficiency, with solar panels on the hard top to provide additional power supply.

For information about The Moorings charter vacations, visit www.moorings.com or call 1-800-535-7289.

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