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2016 56ft Catamaran Sleeps 8 Guests In 4 Cabins, Sailing fun for the whole family

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From $29,100/week

Special Terms

Guests: 8

Length: 56ft

Cabins: 4

Built: 2016

Crew: 2

Builder: Lagoon

A3 is a stunning 2016 56' Lagoon Catamaran featuring 4 queen cabins each with private ensuite baths including electric heads, vanity and separate showers. She boasts multiple areas to sit and relax or sip a cocktail and enjoy the cool trade winds of the beautiful blue Caribbean water! The salon will comfortably seat up to 8 guests in comfort for lounging or dining. The exterior offers alfresco dining for up to 8 guests, top deck seating and lounge area in front of helm plus forward lower deck lounge area behind trampolines. With numerous lounging areas, there is plenty of space for gathering as a group or finding a private place to really unw...

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Accommodations

8 Guests

3 Queen Beds

4 Wash Basins

4 Cabins

4 Showers

4 Electric Heads

One Master cabin with queen bed and two spacious guest cabins with queen-sized beds. In addition, there is one cabin with single-sized bunk beds (38"x75"L). All cabins come with en-suite heads and showers, fans, and private A/C controls. Memory foam mattress toppers on all berths for guests comfort.

Bunk dimensions:
Top Bunk
78”Lx34”W and the foot tapers to 21 1/2”

Bottom Bunk
80”Lx34”W...

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Accommodations

Amenities

WiFi internet access

Generator:21KW

Sun Awning

Ice maker

Ipod/device docking station

Air conditioning and fans

Inverter Yes

Bimini Top

BBQ

Cockpit and flybridge speakers

Night Air conditioning and fans

Water Maker

Deck showers

Salon TV with satellite tv

Swim Platforms

A3 does have a safe onboard for guest use.

Amenties

Water fun

Highfield 60 Dinghy

Wakeboard

Stand Up Paddle

Fishing Gear

Adult Water Skis

Kneeboard

Floating Mats

Beach Games

Kids Water Skis

Tube

Snorkeling Gear

1 - Hydrofoil
2 - Defibrillators

Crew

CAPTAIN: Colleen Korona

Colleen was born and raised in Florida, where she grew up playing on the water. She bought her first sailboat when she was 24 years old, decided to live on it and then sailed it to the Bahamas. Colleen stepped out of the boating world for a while and managed a mental health office with 10 doctors for several years before moving on to working at a nuclear brain-imaging facility. Then the recession came, and she was unemployed. It didn’t take much prodding to head back out on the ocean and do some more sailing. She literally sold almost everything, packed the rest up and spent the next year sailing the East coast and ex...

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