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2011 43ft Catamaran Sleeps 7 Guests In 4 Cabins, Sailing Adventure in The Grenadines


From $12,650/week

Special Terms

Holiday weeks may differ, please enquire!

Guests: 7

Length: 43ft

Cabins: 4

Built: 2011

Crew: 2

Builder: Robertson and Caine

GROOVY is a Robertson and Caine Leopard 44 ft. catamaran based in the Grenadines. An excellent sailing catamaran with forward seating area when sailing, tender for watersports and knowledgeable crew. Inside, Groovy is equipped with air conditioning and fans throughout and a spacious open plan dining and cockpit area. Accommodation comprises of two large double cabins ensuite as well as a twin cabin ensuite, which is ideal for two or three children (or two adults) sharing. The crew use the fourth ensuite berth. On deck, the forward cushions, large cockpit and forward seating area offer ample space for lounging whether in the sun or the sh...



7 Guests

2 Queen Beds

4 Wash Basins

4 Cabins

4 Showers

4 Electric Heads

Yacht sleeps up to 6 guests in two queen size cabins and one double cabin, each with en-suite bath. There is also one twin cabin available for a small kid.

Please note that there is an additional charge of $50US/night to run the Air Conditioning throughout the night. For the standard charter rates above, air conditioning is used to cool the cabins in the evening....




WiFi internet access


Sun Awning

Ice maker

Ipod/device docking station

Air conditioning and fans

Inverter Yes

Bimini Top


Cockpit and flybridge speakers

Night Air conditioning and fans

Water Maker

Deck showers

Salon TV with satellite tv

Swim Platforms

Projector on board for watching movies
Drone and Drone Pilot for filming guests during water sport activities.


Water fun

Rib Tender 20 Dinghy

Stand Up Paddle

Fishing Gear


2 Man Kayak

Beach Games


Floating Mats

Underwater Camera

- Wake-boards for Children's use only
- If additional kayaks or paddleboards are required, they can be put on board


Captain Steve

Steve’s sailing experience goes back to when he was a wee lad (childhood) as a cadet in Royal Australian Naval Reserve Cadets, competing and even winning junior class sailing regattas. His professional career led him to the waterfront where he could combine his work with his passion. Being a surfer, wakeboarder, scuba diver and general water man leads to becoming involved in the water-sports business in tourism and studying for maritime commercial licenses.

Moving on to a more serious professional life of responsibilities he takes on a position as Brisbane city ferry boat captain. After a few years of this routine lifestyle...