Charter Carthago shipyards presented this morning the catamaran Olé will offer beginning next week tours around the Mar Menor and Mediterranean.
The presentation of the catamaran, which took place at the former Yacht Club Port of Cartagena, was attended by the Councillor for Tourism, Javier Herrero, along with the owners, Eloy Aranda and Carmen Manero, which explain the benefits offer this new service at sea.
Javier Herrero has expressed its appreciation for the construction of the catamaran as it means a commitment to tourism in the port city, and for the rest of the coast of Murcia, as it is a far-reaching entrepreneurship.
To this, the council has explained that if during all these years, the City of Cartagena had not made an investment to value the heritage of the city, bringing the city to various tourism fairs in major cities such as Madrid or Bilbao for their promotion, as well as consolidate Cartagena as a tourist destination, would not have been possible this initiative.
Therefore, Smith reiterated that the construction of Catamaran Olé and service you offer is the result of an alternative for tourism in the city.
Carmen Manero explained that the Olé, fully completed in the spring of Santa Lucia in Cartagena, is the largest sailing catamaran and in this class to be built in Spain.
This catamaran, he added, is intended to offer sightseeing tours led by professional crew, and become true mobile room celebrations for both entrepreneurs and private individuals.
Eloy Aranda reported length of 23.80 meters and 10.50 Olé catamaran sleeve allow for a top cover over 200 square meters in which to host meetings, product presentations, anniversaries, business lunches and dinners for than a hundred people, while enjoying a cruise of 3-4 hours by the most beautiful places of the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean.
In addition, the catamaran Olé account, among other services, solarium, dance floor and bar with handle for fishing rods.
The point of attachment of Olé will be in the Puerto Tomás Maestre, during the summer months, and in the Port of Cartagena during the Championship Cup Med candle and winter.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena