37 Rocks is a 2011 Beneteau Oceanis 54 sailing yacht designed to be equally at home cruising around the islands of the Mediterranean as it is crossing the oceans of the world. 37 Rocks has been fitted out with nearly every comfort and sailing aid available to make for a truely enjoyable and safe trip wherever she sails.
With a huge cockpit area there's room for the whole crew to either participate in the sailing or sit back and relax as we sail from island to island. At anchor the cockpit becomes the outdoor dining area with a large table and easy access to go swimming in the crystal clear, turquoise blue waters of the Mediterranean.
Inside, 37 Rocks has 3 large double cabins comfortably sleeping 6. The galley is well equipped and the 2 large refrigerators ensure there's plenty space for the abundance of fresh food available in the Eastern Mediterranean as well as the mandatory stock of ice cold beer, soft drinks and fruit juices.
While 37 Rocks can comfortably be sailed single-handed (and I spend a lot of each summer doing just that!) guests are welcome to get as involved as they want to. From helming the boat to trimming the sails the best way to learn is to do - and I'll make sure we don't run into trouble.