2011 56ft Catamaran Sleeps 6 Guests In 3 Cabins, Scuba Divers' Dream
Copper Penny - An Innovative and luxurious offshore cruising catamaran, professionally crewed and available for charter in the pristine waters of the British Virgin Islands. Spacious, and well-equipped with both toys and technology, Copper Penny, a 2011 Lagoon 560, is the perfect vessel for experiencing the beautiful British Virgin Islands.
Copper Penny accommodates up to 6 guests in 3 spacious cabins each with a queen sized bed and en-suite. Enjoy a Blu-Ray DVD on the 18" flatscreen tv in your room or keep in touch and read the news online via the boat's wireless internet. Watch your favorite college football team play on the 42 flatscreen ...
3 Queen Beds
4 Wash Basins
4 Electric Heads
COPPER PENNY can accommodate 6 guests in 3 cabins. The Master cabin has a queen size bed, walk around floor level , dry head shower and toilet. 2 Guest cabins have a queen size bed, walk-around step up access on both sides , dry heads, shower and toilet. COPPER PENNY is fully air conditioned through out. Crew has a separate head and shower....
WiFi internet access
Cockpit and flybridge speakers
Air conditioning and fans
Salon TV with satellite tv
Night Air conditioning and fans
Ipod/device docking station
14 FT 60 Dinghy
Stand Up Paddle
Adult Water Skis
1 Man Kayak
Kids Water Skis
2 Man Kayak
2 Stand-Up Paddleboards
2 Bladfish-adults only
underwater lights, underwater camera
42' Satellite blueray TV, 3D movie capability
18' flatscreen TVs and Blue ray DVD players in each cabin
Jim & Amanda - October through February
Dan and Alli - March through July
Jim & Amanda Grant
Jim and Amanda are ready to welcome you aboard the catamaran COPPER PENNY. They are an outgoing couple who love to entertain, and look forward to leading their guests on new and exciting adventures
Jim and Amanda's love for adventure drew them together, and they were married in 2000. When they met both were weekend whitewater raft guides and kayakers. Soon they discovered sailing and bought a boat. After 7 years of sailing on the Chesapeake Bay, they decided to leave corporate America for the turquoise waters of the Car...