Revox centralized music server with multi-zone panels in each cabin, saloon, crew quarters, cockpits
1 32� LCD screen in saloon, dvd player
1 29� LCD screen in owner cabin
1 15� LCD screen in captain cabin
2 x folding LCD screen in Crew cabins
1 15� LCD screen in galley
2 camera in engine room
1 Wake Board
1 Water Sky
One master on the aft with king bed, two doubles, one with double bed, one with double and pulman bed, one cabin with single bed, all en suite – Separate crew quarter in front
Number of Crew:4
Matteo, captain of Dharma, knew from a early age, that he was destined for sailing the world’s seas. After a graduation in Yacht and Boat Management he began his career in 2008. He worked in different boats, both sailing and motor yachts around Med and Caribbean.
Since 2011 Matteo is the captain of Dharma, where is spent most of the time sailing around the world e following her latest refit.
In his spare time, he enjoys all kind of water sports. He is proficient in English, Spanish and Italian.
Michele Sciarretta is the chief Officer on Dharma. His professional experience in the nautical sector has been shaping in more than 20 years of sailing activity, spanning from regattas to professional shipping. Before starting to work on Dharma, he managed the Sunreef 74 Catamaran “19th Hole” and made two Atlantic Crossing and busy charter season in Caribbean and Med between 2016 and 2017. Some of his professional qualifications: MCA Master 200GT Unlimited area /OOW 500 GT, RYA/MCA Yachtmaster Ocean Endorsed, RYA/MCA Yachtmaster Offshore Endorsed.
Mother tongue: Italian. Good knowledge of English, Spanish and Portuguese. Special inclination towards boats’ building management and planning including logistics and relationships with boatyard personnel.
Marianna Cicale, Chef of Dharma, made is passion of sailing and cooking her profession. Her career began almost 20 years ago.
During her work experiences she made Atlantic Crossings, sailed in the Caribbeans and in the Mediterranean on the Sunreef 74 19th Hole. Participated
in the Antigua Boat Show and in the Chef Competition run during the venue. Her main responsibilities:
taking care of all the provisioning and the galley organization, inventory and cleaning for the crossings and the charter seasons, cooking for four crew and up to ten guests, helping on deck for maneuvering in the harbor, at the anchor and to set the boat for sailing, keeping watches during the crossings and any time it was necessary during navigation.
Bryan, deckhand of Dharma, enjoyed everything the sea had to offer. This included Surf, wakeboarding and waterskiing. Bryan went on to work on the world’s largest catamaran before joining for his second season at sea.
With his helpful and cheery disposition, Bryan will strive to make your stay on board as pleasant as possible.