Leo Fun

    Living up to its name, Leo Fun was designed by Paolo Caliari for up to 12 guests to enjoy spacious outdoor and large interior areas. Caliari made good use of the oversize outer decks, incorporating a huge pool/spa with glass waterfall wall with a spacious lounge area. Guests can also enjoy the big selection of water toys and diving equipment from the large swim platform on the transom. Caliari was able to add 30 percent more interior space by using only a port-side side deck, so gathering spaces like the main salon seem much larger on a boat this size. The six cabins are all en suite, with their own heads, entertainment centers, and high-tech features like Wi-Fi and iPod stations. Leo Fun was crowned the queen of the 2009 Mediterranean Yacht Broker's Association Charter Show. It charters in the summer in the western Mediterranean.

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