NOMAD IV: New Photos

NOMAD IV: New Photos

BGYB is delighted to present to you new photos of S/Y NOMAD IV in French Polynesia.

Available for Charter in 2021

NOMAD IV is a fantastic carbon sailing yacht, designed by the famous architects Finot Conq and built in Italy by Dolphin Yachts. She is particularly comfortable at sea thanks to her stability and generous size. Having departed a few months ago to sail around the world with her owner, we have recently received new photos of her in French Polynesia, where she is currently located. You can see the incredible turquoise waters on the photos opposite. Don't forget that NOMAD IV is PADI Dive Certified.

NOMAD IV: New Photos

NOMAD IV will be available from March 2021 in New Zealand, after which she will head to Australia and then Indonesia.

 

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  • NOMAD IV

    Length : 30.48 m / Passengers : 12

    Special features : - Gold medal winner for the RORC Transatlantic 2015, setting a new record. This performance yacht with the sensation of speed and power is equipped with...

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