2007 46ft Catamaran Sleeps 6 Guests In 3 Cabins, Caribbean Luxury
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DESTINY III is a Leopard 46 luxury sailing catamaran designed for blue-water cruising. This performance cat will get you where you want to go in a hurry. Built in South Africa by Robertson and Caine, she was designed by Gino Morelli and Pete Melvin to cruise in comfort. The 25’ beam on DESTINY III creates voluminous interior space. In the main saloon, the large banquette table with U-shaped seating comfortably accommodates the entire charter party for snacks, meals and board games. Open the large sliding doors from the salon to the cockpit to create one vast, social space. A hardtop that extends out over the cockpit from the saloon offer...
3 Queen Beds
3 Wash Basins
3 Electric Heads
We can accommodate up to 6 guests for overnight charters and up to 12 guests for day sails.
The layout includes one single and four queen-sized cabins with en suite heads; each with separate shower stalls and electric toilets. One cabin is reserved for the captain.
All cabins, as well as the main saloon, are fully air conditioned.
With a 25ft. beam, Destiny III has a large and comfortable cockpit.
Queen Fwd starboard 80” X 58”
Lg. Queen aft port 80” X 67”
Queen Fwd port 80” X 58”
Single Fwd port 80” X 30”
Cabin Headroom 6’6”
Salon Headroom 6’8”...
WiFi internet access
Ipod/device docking station
Air conditioning and fans
Cockpit and flybridge speakers
Night Air conditioning and fans
Salon TV with satellite tv
11.5 ft 20 Dinghy
Stand Up Paddle
6 Flotation Noodles
Can supply Windsurfer if required
For fishing, Destiny III offers both offshore fishing rods and reels, also spinning rods and reels with various lures. Can do offshore trolling for Tuna, Mahi Mahi, and Wahoo while sailing from island to island. Also, reef fishing when moving or and fishing off the boat when at anchor.
Scott and Cara hail from the Miami area.
While always enjoying the pleasures of the sea, they have been boating the waters of Florida, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean for over 40 years. Scott's part time job while in high school was as a mate on a fishing boat on Miami Beach.
They both fled from their successful corporate jobs 16 years ago to move to the Virgin Islands and sail the Caribbean. After five years of chartering in the Caribbean, they returned to their home state of Florida. They have spent the last 11 years cruising and running charters in the waters of the Florida Keys and the Bahamas.
They are happy to show you the Bahamas. Th...