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100 ft / 30.5 m Maxi Dolphin, Italy - Sleeps 12 guests

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Chartering in the Caribbean, East Mediterranean and the West Mediterranean


Operating in the Caribbean, East Mediterranean and the West Mediterranean

The world renowned naval architects Finot-Conq have an enviable reputation in the sailing world. Among their previous racing builds are IMOCA 60s and the Pogo series and their latest creation is the 100ft cruiser sailing yacht NOMAD IV. NOMAD IV is easily adaptable and she can be both an impressive racing yacht or a comfortable cruising yacht for charter.

Her mast is 47m the water and she has 9 ton water ballast tanks each side, a short cord performance lifting keel, twin rudders and full carbon construction. Inside NOMAD IV there is spacious and modern accommodation for 12 guests with four crew. The 30.48m yacht was built by the Maxi Dolphin shipyard in Italy.

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100 ft / 30.5 m

Year Built


Sleeping Guests


Cruising Speeds

10 kts / 18.5 km/h


2x Fischer PANDA


27 ft 10 in / 8.2 m


Maxi Dolphin, Italy


Captain: Christopher Reilly + 3



VAT Registered



19 ft 4 in / 5.9 m






US Duty Paid



  • Fishing gear - light
  • Cell phone
  • Indoor audio system
  • Satellite phone
  • Wi-Fi
  • Jet ski (standup)
  • Kayaks multiple
  • Paddleboard
  • Snorkelling gear

Crew Profile

NOMAD IV: Crew Profile Summer 2015
CAPTAIN: Christopher Reilly - French
FIRST MATE: Jean-Philippe Pieuchot - French, 45
PREVIOUS YACHTS: Sagittario (CNB 70’), Garuda (Swan 78’), Lady Julie (ketch 72’), Anatolie (gulet 60’), Circe (wooden ketch).
SAIL AND WORK EXPERIENCE: as well as working onboard various charter sailing yachts (as a deckhand, cook and a steward), Jean-Philippe also has his Master’s Certificate in Sailing, demonstrating his extensive knowledge in this particular field. Having spent several summer seasons onboard charter yachts, including the 70’ sailing yacht Sagittario last year, he understands guests’ requirements and has proven himself to be a dynamic, enthusiastic member of any team. From June 2005 to May 2013 he worked as a specialist teacher for the ‘Ligue Varoise de Prévention’, which aids families and young people experiencing social instability. He has also organised educational trips for young people, requiring management skills and planning.
JOB DESCRIPTION: holds the ability to stand in for the Captain in his absence, acting as second in command. Assists the Captain in navigation and participates in deck operations, respecting the guests’ activities. Possesses extensive maintenance knowledge and is responsible for the running and maintenance of deck equipment and all machinery. Seeks out and identifies problems before they turn into crisis, setting them straight.
LICENSES & CERTIFICATES: First Aid Training (PSE1), First Aid Training (PSC1), Diploma for Youth Leaders and Workers, Free-Diving Trainer Level 1 (MEF1).
EDUCATION: Master’s Certificate in Sailing, state-certified diploma in Specialised Education, university diploma in History, International Baccalaureate in Economics, French General Certificate of Secondary Education in Sports Studies (Football).
LANGUAGES SPOKEN: French and English.
HOBBIES: sailing, diving - trainer at ASCM Toulon Diving Club, skiing, football, history.

CHEF: Taryne Evans - South African, 28
PREVIOUS YACHTS: Wonderful (70’), Lady in Blue, Lagniappe (136’), Antares (80’), Freedom R (108’), Leopard (48’).SAIL AND WORK EXPERIENCE: For the past few years, Taryne has worked as a private chef on board various sailing and motor yachts, including the 70’ sailing yacht Wonderful earlier this year. In doing so, she has gained ample experience in food provisioning and maintaining the galley inventory, whilst ensuring all guests’ requirements are satisfied. She has continually been required to prepare nutritious meals for guests and crew members, and has also organised several special events on board. In addition to her experience as a chef, Taryne has worked as a stewardess and was also a member of the delivery crew on board Leopard (48’), from Cape Town to Tortola in 2012. She now wishes to continue to gain further experience in this field, building on her career as a professional private chef.JOB DESCRIPTION: She is responsible for the guests and crew meals nutrition, assuring a rich variety of food. She estimates food needs, reviews inventory to assure that adequate supplies are available, adhering to budget and to the guests expectations. She carries out food service activities in order to have meals prepared at scheduled times, packaging and freezing samples of all served food to comply with health regulations. She is in charge of the galley. Thanks to her creativity, she prepares new recipes and products in order to satisfy different guests’ requests.LICENSES & CERTIFICATES: Silwood Cordon Bleu Certificate, City and Guilds Level 2 Diploma, Cape Wine Academy Certification, Food and Hygiene Certification, PYT Standards of Training, Certification and Watch Keeping for Seafarers, Keyline Adobe Authorised Diploma in Web and Graphic Design.EDUCATION: Durban North College High School, Matric Pass with university exemptionLANGUAGES SPOKEN: English, basic Dutch.HOBBIES: Cooking, flower arranging.

STEWARD: Pierre-Antoine Aylmer - French, 24

PREVIOUS YACHTS: Sailed various small catamarans as part of his role as a water-sports coach for several different clubs, schools and training centres.
SAIL AND WORK EXPERIENCE: clearly demonstrated by his vast experience as a trainer for various clubs, Pierre-Antoine is a true water-sports enthusiast. His most recent post at the Diablo Fun Watersports School in Oléron saw him adopt a managerial role, involving the complete organisation of catamarans, sand yachting and bodyboarding, as well as administrative tasks and marketing practices. He has also worked at the Club Méditerranée El Gouna in Egypt, where he led coaching sessions for funboarding and sailing, conducted theory lessons and was also responsible for repairs, demonstrating his sound technical knowledge. He has developed a clear comprehension of customer relations which he has combined with his passion for sailing and water-sports.
JOB DESCRIPTION: responsible for the organisation, management and cleanliness of all interior areas onboard. Maintains an accurate inventory of all service items and supplies. Ensures cleaning and preparation of the vessel to the highest standards prior to any and all guests’ trips. In charge of provisioning the vessel for both guests and crew in all aspects of daily life. When guests are onboard, he ensures that they are properly cared for and that all requirements are met. Offers a particular attention to details and a polite and entertaining spirit. Thanks to his sailing capability, he can assist on deck during navigation.
LICENSES & CERTIFICATES: STCW Basic Safety Training, Specialist’s Certificate in Cruising, Deep Sea Diving Permit, UCC4 Trainer FFV, ISAF Approved Offshore Personal Survival Training Course, Nautical Training Centre Cap Sizun (A2, C1, B1, D1), Restricted Radiotelephone Operator’s Certificate, First Aid training, boat licence.
EDUCATION: Diploma in Youth, Popular Education and Sport.
LANGUAGES SPOKEN: French (native language), English and Spanish (fluent).
HOBBIES: sailing, surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, wakeboarding, music, theatre, philosophy, arts.

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