The Privilege range of catamarans is world-renowned for its solid construction, great marine qualities, and voluminous layouts. Its beautiful finishes combine varnished woodwork and rich coverings, dedicated to the comfort of passengers in optimal safety conditions.
From the flybridge to the cockpit, including the owners’, guests’, and crew’s areas, the Privilege 745 Captiva offers large spaces with top-of-the-line amenities.
The elegance and refinement that characterize this vessel are evident in every space.
Captiva is ideal for large-scale cruising and family life aboard as well as high-end crewed charter projects.
History of the Privilege range
In 1985, Philippe Jeantot, double world champion in single-handed racing and founder of the Vendée Globe, decided to start building boats. Jeantot Marine exhibited his very first boat in Paris which attracts the public and got numerous orders. Philippe Jeantot puts his years of sailing around the globe to good use in the service of Privilege. His keywords are comfort, safety, and sailing pleasure. His catamarans equipped the largest fleet of charter catamarans in the Caribbean. Also, the shipyard was the European leader in the manufacture of cruising catamarans. It became the reference and even dominated the American market. It was rewarded the International Quality Trophy in 1992 and the Privilege 45 and 42 were elected Boat of the Year in the United States in 1995 and 1996 respectively.
From 1996, Alain Rabineau took over the range for Alliaura Marine and positioned it in the very high-end and large catamaran segment.
Launched in 2004, the Privilège 745 became the largest catamaran model of the range, combining generous dimensions, refined fittings, and sailing comfort. Heirs to this success, Privilege 615 and 515 will follow in 2007.
In 2012, PRIVILEGE MARINE took over he construction of the series. The shipyard was able to surround itself with an experienced and qualified team. Since 2017, PRIVILEGE MARINE is a member of the world-renowned HanseYachts group.
Privilege 745 Captiva, who is she for?
Thanks to great performance and new equipment, Captiva allows you to enjoy, in complete serenity, long cruises in the Mediterranean or the magnificent tropical lagoons.
Her living space, comfort, and her interior elegance make it great to have long stays at sea, with friends and family, in the greatest intimacy.
This multihull will also satisfy those who wish to develop a luxury charter activity with a crew.
Specifications of the catamaran Privilege 745 Captiva
|Year of construction
|Type of boat
|1 500 L
|Number of guests cabins
|Number of crew cabins
|2 x 200 CV
|40 000 kgs
Layout and equipment of the catamaran Captiva
The Privilege 745, Alliaura Marine’s largest catamaran, reaches the rank of sailing yacht-catamaran, just like Sunreef, Lagoon or other custom productions.
As for all the other Privilege yachts, the Marc Lombard firm from La Rochelle takes care of the design. The Diedre firm from Versaille is responsible for the interior design, which is extremely refined. The choice of furniture, fittings, and lighting results from the meticulous choices of a demanding owner.
With its owner’s suite and three VIP cabins, Captiva can accommodate 8 guests. Each has its own en-suite bathroom. The three VIP cabins, all identical, offer beautiful spaces.
The owner’s area has a private office space, plenty of storage space, and a magnificent bathroom with a bathtub.
The salon is spacious, contemporary, and bright. The bar and dining area are ideal for 8 people. The finishes are of impeccable quality with white leather and veneers contrasting with the cherry wood. Particular attention has been paid to the treatment of natural light and lighting.
At the front of the starboard hull, the galley, in the passageway, is also very spacious and well equipped: 2 large fridges and 2 large freezers, 2 ice machines, a dishwasher, an oven … and is extended by the crew quarters, with two cabins and a bathroom that can accommodate up to 4 members completely independent from the rest of the ship.
List of equipment :
- reversible air conditioning,
- 2 watermakers,
- an extra for 110V circuit,
- underwater lights,
- electric toilets,
- additional fridges at the bar and flybridge,
- washing machine and dryer,
- a Böse audio/hifi system,
- TV with DVD player in the salon and cabins,
- deck washing pumps,
- a large dinghy with 70 hp engine,
- and a whole range of other options…
Engines and Sails of the Privilege 745 Captiva
This Privilege 745 got a complete refit in 2019 and 2020, the list of which, available upon request, is impressive.
Equipped with two 200 HP engines with MaxProp propellers, Captiva thus offers great performance under the engine.
On the sail side, her carbon mast and boom and her new PBO rig have been completely changed in 2019 as well as the complete set of sails and the Bamar electric furlers.
WI is pleased to announce that this magnificent Privilège 745 sold for €1 750 000.