Bali 4.0 Catspace Sail


The Bali 40 Catspace is a modern and spacious sailing catamaran designed for comfortable cruising, making it the ideal choice for exploring the Philippines. Based in Coron, it serves as the perfect starting point for your Coron-El Nido adventure. The catamaran features 4 cabins, accommodating up to 10 guests, with 2 bedrooms having a queen bed each and 2 bedrooms with a queen and a side single bed each, all equipped with en-suite bathrooms.

Size and Layout: The Bali 40 Catspace typically measures around 12.33 meters (approximately 40 feet) in length. Despite its compact size, it offers a spacious and versatile layout with ample living areas both indoors and outdoors.

Design: Designed by Xavier Fay and produced by Bali Catamarans, the Bali 40 Catspace features innovative design elements, including a unique forward cockpit concept that integrates indoor and outdoor living spaces seamlessly.

Accommodations: The interior of the Bali 40 Catspace is designed for comfort and functionality. The saloon and galley areas are spacious and well-appointed, offering plenty of room for dining and relaxation. The catamaran comes with a crew of 3, a captain, a skipper/cook and a mecanic. 












  • USD 2,000 per day
  • USD 1,000 discount if check-in after 12NN
  • USD 1,000 discount if check out before 12NN


  • Exclusive use of the fully crewed boat
  • Good for 10 persons
  • Non alcoholic Beverages
  • Usage of amenities and water toys
  • Fuel
  • Entrance fees
  • Land Transfers to Busuanga Bay Lodge


  • Meals: USD 20 per pax per meal
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Delivery Fees if departure or Arrival is different than Busuanga Bay Lodge
  • Any personal expenses
  • 10% APA


Coron Town, Two Seasons Island Resort3 hours per way

USD 300
per way

Club Paradise6 hours per wayUSD 500
per way
El Nido, Apo Reef, Amanpulo16 hours per way

USD 2,000
per way

Puerto Galera, Boracay, Batangas20 hours per wayUSD 2,500
per way
Manila, Cebu, Panglao, Bohol, Cebu30 hours per way

USD 4,000
per way


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The dry season, which runs from November to April, is generally considered the best time to rent yachts in the Philippines. This period offers good weather conditions for sailing, with clear skies, calm seas, and warm temperatures.

While the dry season is the most popular time for yacht rentals in the Philippines, the wet season from May to October can also offer unique opportunities for adventure.

However, it’s essential to be aware of the potential challenges and plan accordingly.

Yes. Renting our yachts can elevate special occasions like intimate gatherings and grand celebrations. Our team of travel specialists can tailor the voyage to suit your celebration needs.

Some of our available exclusive yachts for rent include the Motoryacht, Catamaran, Liveaboard, Sailboat, and Speedboat. For questions and more information, you may contact us and inquire with our travel specialists. 

When chartering a yacht, you can expect a luxurious and personalized experience.

The charter typically includes a well-maintained yacht with various amenities for comfort and entertainment, a dedicated crew to assist and cater to your needs, and the flexibility to choose your own day tours and activities.

Irrespective of the charter contract it is important for guests to be aware of the Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA). The APA was designed to enable charterers to manage their expenses through a clear and trackable arrangement. An APA is a way to deposit the estimated non-included expense amount of your charter to cover costs such as fuel, food, activities, extra grocery (alcohol, snacks…) and other non included expenses detailed in your quotation. Typically, the APA accrues to approximately 10% to 30% of the base charter fee, though this does of course depend on the charter parties tastes and requirements and could be far less or far greater than this estimation. For instance, charter guests who intend to regularly dine on caviar and vintage wine can expect to pay more, whereas guests on board a sailing yacht charter can expect to save on fuel costs. Charterers can request an estimated APA amount from the yacht broker based on their on board expectations.

The APA is to be paid separately than the travel service. Once the APA has been paid it will then be retained as a bank account of sorts, from which the captain can make expenditures whilst keeping a record of what has been spent. At any point during the yacht charter guests can request a rundown of accounts from the captain as a way of keeping track of expenditures. The captain will request that any additional funds are paid during the charter should guests exceed the APA. It is therefore a good idea to keep an additional account with your yacht broker on shore, as should the APA become critically low at any time the yacht broker can release additional funds to the captain on the charterers command. Cash can be used if necessary though an onshore account may be deemed as hassle free to some.

For avoidance of doubt, the Rental Service Rate may include advance provisioning allowance (“APA”) for fuel, food/catering, dockage fees, and other additional provisions agreed upon in advance by the parties . The rate of APA may be given in estimate. Any excess APA shall be returned to the Client. In the event of deficiency, the Client shall settle said amount immediately upon demand. The APA will be used by the captain to pay all the expenses that are not included in your invoice. The balance will be refunded to the clients after the completion of the experience.