Madrugada (or Dawn) IV is what we call a sailing cruiser. She was designed for space and comfort, not speed, but could go pretty much anywhere. She can sleep 8, but we cap reservations at 6.
Dufour built this model, the Classic, in 1998. She is 45 feet, or about 14 meters, long, which by sailing standards is big. She has 4 cabins, 2 bathrooms (one with a hot-water shower) and a big salon.
One double cabin is at the bow (front!), the cabin with two bunks is at starboard (right-hand side of the boat when you’re looking forwards), and two double cabins are astern (yes, at the rear). Each double cabin has a closet for hanging clothes, handy reading lights, and curtains. The center of Madrugada is a large salon, with a dining table, a large U-shaped couch, and a fully equipped kitchen (we call it a galley).
Above deck, there are teak seats, comfy cushions, a table and a bimini (sunshade) for you to enjoy breakfast, dinner or a cocktail.
• TV with local channels and an HDMI cable
• Radio (with CD and USB)
• Electric hob
• 220V and USB outlets