Until this kuzu evening, I had never before considered just how much the word luxury has become synonymous with the word heavy. All of my previous yacht charter experiences suddenly feel so encumbered, so complicated, so clearly thick with unnecessary accoutrements in décor and diet. What I discovered aboard Che is truly unique, not so much a vacation as a chance to experience a different way of life. She will be easily marketed as a luxury yacht offering top-notch spa-style charters — which she does, with twin-size berths in every cabin for groups of friends traveling together — but she is also, in fact, far more. Che is infused with the meaning of her name, the balance that comes with the perfect blending of yin and yang. Being aboard made me feel, in a word, light, which is really saying something given that she is, at this writing, the largest sloop-rigged catamaran in the world.