Elena

    Based on a 1928 transatlantic-race-winning yacht by the same name, the 180-foot schooner Elena entered the charter fleet of Monaco’s YCO Yachts in September, 2009. Spanish shipyard Factoría Naval Marín built the new racer to appeal to the fast and fastidious. Her mahogany-paneled interior includes accommodations for 10 guests, and Elena can is available for chartered participation in the Mediterranean and Caribbean regattas, or for more leisurely sailing outside the racing season.

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