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C'EST LA VIE

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2022 67ft Catamaran Sleeps 8 Guests In 4 Cabins, Luxury at it's best

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From $59,000/week

Special Terms

Guests: 8

Length: 67ft

Cabins: 4

Built: 2022

Crew: 3

Builder: Lagoon

C’est La Vie was designed to create unforgettable vacation experiences exploring a range of activity and relaxation, mixed with high end luxury and unrivaled adventure, all amidst a tropical backdrop. A well-appointed 2022 Lagoon Sixty7, C’est La Vie offers bespoke luxury in 2 spacious Queen cabins and a massive master cabin, each with en-suite washrooms and plenty of living space. Topside you will find multiple sun beds, loungers and wet bars aplenty. Her crew of 3 leaves no need unmet; offering decades of combined professional experience to create a seamless, customized and highly interactive encounter. No finer culinary experience can be...

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Accommodations

8 Guests

4 Queen Beds

4 Electric Heads

4 Cabins

4 Showers

Crew will take port midship cabin.

Rates are for 3 queen cabins. ...

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Accommodations

Amenities

WiFi internet access

Generator:

Sun Awning

Ice maker

Ipod/device docking station

Air conditioning and fans

Inverter

Bimini Top

BBQ

Cockpit and flybridge speakers

Night Air conditioning and fans

Water Maker

Deck showers

Salon TV with satellite tv

Swim Platforms

Amenties

Water fun

15ft Dinghy

Wakeboard

Stand Up Paddle

Floating Mats

Underwater Camera

Adult Water Skis

Kneeboard

1 Man Kayak

Snorkeling Gear

Kids Water Skis

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2 Man Kayak

Beach Games

- 2x seabobs
- 2x efoils
- 1x wakeboard
- 1x sub wing
- Tubing
- Diving (dive gear, compressor onboard- with dive instructor)
-1x nauti bout leisure floating dock(with seabob docking stations)
-2x paddle board/ kayak

Crew

ROBERT ‘ROBBIE’ SARGENT

Originally from Zimbabwe, Robbie was brought up on a farm with a love for the outdoors, sport and a keen sense for adventure. His hobbies also include golf and darts but his favorite from a young age was and always has been fishing, whether it’s fresh water or deep sea. After school, he moved to South Africa to play professional rugby, but it was not long before he decided on it being an unlikely permanent career choice. He turned towards scuba diving instead, despite the cold waters of Cape Town and worked his way up to becoming an instructor. After a few years of this, Robbie grew keen to search for warmer water to ...

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