HARLE is one of the world?s finest 45 meter ocean-going yachts. Years of professional experience and knowledge were brought together during the design process, resulting in innovative engineering and superb execution with a new sexy look.
Harle feels much larger because of the efficiency of space and an innovative layout. Guests will love having the master and guest staterooms on the main deck. In the bridge deck lounge, large panoramic windows on the side slide open and the rear aft doors fold away to create a convertible al fresco area. The lazarette on the lower deck is a multipurpose activity center that can be converted into a fitness studio or recreational area when all the water toys are out at sea. The massive swim platform serves as an extra deck near the water level, and a place for the crew to setup a private beach club.
Notable features of HARLE:
Fantastic crew under the professional command
of Captain Glen Allen
Master and 4 staterooms on main deck
Convertible office/6th stateroom on bridge deck
Innovative sliding windows create an alfresco effect
throughout the skylounge deck
Expansive, open sun deck
Perfect for Mediterranean event charters
VSAT constant internet
HARLE has modern sex appeal
DECK & SYSTEMS
HARLE Crew Profile
GLEN C. ALLEN ? SENIOR CAPTAIN
Captain Glen Allen has been sailing since early childhood, crewing with his father on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi. As a teenager, he won the Sunfish Class Junior Sailing Championship. He still loves a good sailing match and is ready to prepare the Lasers and go for a sail when you are.
While in the U.S. Coast Guard based out of San Juan, Puerto Rico, Glen served as a Quartermaster (navigator). He logged many hours at the helm of an 82? cutter doing surveillance trips, drug interdiction, and assisting with search and rescue efforts. His last years in the Coast Guard were spent in Houston, Texas as a Traffic Operator on the Houston Ship Channel. Captain Glen loves to cross oceans, fly fish, read, scuba dive, grill burgers on his BBQ, play with his red hound dog and watch NASCAR.
PAUL EDMONDS - CAPTAIN
Paul started sailing at age 15 and moved to Motor Yachting in 2004 after completing a degree in Marine Biology from Portsmouth University, UK. He has worked on Motor and Sailing yachts from 23m ? 50m in the the Bahamas, Mediterranean, US East Coast and the Caribbean. Paul has a home in Lymington, UK, and he enjoys all watersports, especially windsurfing and diving.
KAREN HOLTAN? FIRST OFFICER
Karen grew up on the west coast of the United States in Albany, Oregon. After completing her Bachelor degree and teaching throughout the States, Karen wanted to continue traveling and further her education. She traveled to Brisbane, Australia to complete her Masters in Outdoor Education and train as a SCUBA Instructor in her spare time. Being a SCUBA Instructor lead her to get her Captain's license and then transfer her skills over the Yacht Industry where she now continues to enjoy traveling, photography and diving throughout the world.
TROY HARRISON ? CHEF
Troy is from Western Australia, this is where his passion for food and wine had begun. During his apprenticeship he worked his way through some International Hotel kitchens, such as the Hilton and Rydges. Soon after this, his talents were recognized and he was fast tracked to an Executive Chef position at one of Australia?s leading Wineries, Watershed Premium Wines. After years of refining his skills, he decided to share this with the world of Super Yachts. Just over 3 years as Head Chef on various yachts, Troy?s attention to detail and artistic flair are being greeted with big smiles from guests and crew alike.
SELINA WRIGHT ? CHIEF STEWARDESS
Selina hails from Gore, New Zealand. After studying Business Computing in New Zealand she decided the office life was not for her, and left for London. Since she was young she has had an interest in travelling to different countries and learning about new cultures. She has been living and working in Europe since 2002, and in the yachting industry since 2005. Her interests include snowboarding, travelling and outdoor activities. Selina would like to welcome you onboard and wishes you a fantastic trip.
ANDRES GARCIA - CHIEF ENGINEER
Andres has been in professional yachting for the last seven years and yacht engineering is his passion. He grew up sailing small sailboats and as an adult raced in regattas in the South Pacific along the coast of Chile. During his 6 years at the university, he obtained a Bachelors degree in Economics and an MBA. After working for 3 years as an executive in the financial industry, his love for the sea and yachts proved stronger than the attraction of corporate life, so he decided to start a new career. Over the past years he has earned a Chief Engineer MCA Yacht 3 Certificate of Competency, received a diploma in Electronics, and successfully completed several courses in AV/IT as well as in Satellite Communications.
MARK WALSH - BOSUN
Born in Sheffield, Mark spent the first few years of his life travelling through France and Spain before settling in London. Upon graduating from the university of Kent in 2004 he spent a few years working in an office but soon realized it was not the life for him. Having started yachting in 2007, Mark joined Harle in December 2008 and she is the second boat of his yachting career. Mark is a keen sports fan, having played football, rugby and cricket from an early age. Later he took up rollerblading and BMX riding and has been involved in the creation of DVD?s and organization of competitions for both.
BETH CLARKE ? 2nd STEWARDESS
Beth is from Scotland. She graduated from the University of the Arts in London in 2006. After a year working in editorial she decided to travel and see the world. She worked in the British Virgin Islands on a catamaran doing day charters before being introduced to the motor yacht industry. She is very proud to be a part of the Harle crew, and would like to wish everyone a happy time onboard.
SUSIE SIMMERS - 3rd STEWARDESS
Susie is from the South Island of New Zealand and lives in Africa. She has a Bachelor of Nursing, and this along with several Med seasons in yachting have enabled her to follow her passion of travel. This is her second season working on Harle, and she looks forward to making your stay and enjoyable one.
CLAIRE HAWKINS ? DECKHAND
Claire from Western Australia has been working in Yachting for 3.5 years and has travelled throughout the Med, Caribbean, Central America, The Pacific and South East Asia.
|LENGTH||146ft (44.6m)||BEAM||30ft (9.2m)||DRAFT||8ft 10in (2.7m)|
|YEAR BUILT||2007||BUILDER||Feadship||DESIGNER||De Voogt Naval Architects/Sinot Design Associates|
|GUESTS||12||CREW||Captain Glen C. Allen & Chef Troy Harrison + 7||REFIT||2007|
|SPEED||12kts / 14kts||STABILISERS||Stabilisers||FLAG|
|ENGINES||2x MTU 12V2000M70 - 788kW/1055bhp|
HARLE can accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins. The Master cabin has a king size bed, bath/tub, shower and toilet. 5 Guest cabins have a queen size bed, shower and toilet. HARLE is fully air conditioned through out. Crew has a separate heads and shower.
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