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GET ALONG

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2021 57ft Catamaran Sleeps 10 Guests In 5 Cabins, Perfect for large groups

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From $34,300/week

Special Terms

Guests: 10

Length: 57ft

Cabins: 5

Built: 2021

Crew: 2

Builder: Royal Cape

Where Luxury meets adventure! Introducing Get Along the latest Royal 57 Catamaran. Indulge in the Crystal clear waters of the Virgin Islands on this ultra-spacious sailing Catamaran. Get Along features a flybridge that has 360-degree ocean views. The flybridge sports a fully functioning bar and easy access to several sun pads to soak up the Caribbean sun. Experience the Islands in a different way with your own professional crew. Get Along accommodates up to 10 guests in 5 luxury queen cabins each with its own en-suite head and shower. All guest cabins are fully air-conditioned for guest comfort. Get Along has a galley-up layout with all th...

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Accommodations

10 Guests

5 Queen Beds

5 Wash Basins

5 Cabins

5 Showers

5 Electric Heads

GET ALONG accommodates up to 10 guests in 5 luxury queen cabins each with its own on-suite head and shower. All guest cabins are fully air-conditioned for guest comfort. She has a galley-up layout with all the modern amenities needed for the ultimate family and friend vacation.

GET ALONG has full stainless steel side rails making her the preferred boat for kids....

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Accommodations

Amenities

WiFi internet access

Generator:Yes

Bimini Top

BBQ

Cockpit and flybridge speakers

Air conditioning and fans

Inverter Yes

Deck showers

Salon TV with satellite tv

Swim Platforms

Night Air conditioning and fans

Water Maker

Ice maker

Ipod/device docking station

Wine cooler
Please inquire about wheelchair access

Amenties

Water fun

14'6 50HP Dinghy

Stand Up Paddle

Fishing Gear

Wakeboard

Floating Mats

Beach Games

Tube

Snorkeling Gear

Underwater Camera

Crew

***NOVEMBER 2022 - MID JANUARY 2023***

BRAD & KRISTI
Brad Marquart grew up in a small Mississippi river town in Missouri. After completing a degree in Biology at a liberal arts college it was time for some adventure, and he left the Midwest for a new life on the ocean. He joined a commercial fisheries management consultancy in Alaska, working on fishing vessels to provide precise and timely data regarding fishery health directly to NOAA. After working aboard 12 large fishing and fish processing vessels operating out of Dutch Harbor and Juneau, he traded the Bering Sea for the Rocky Mountains and moved to Denver, Colorado. There he starte...

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