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2020 50ft Catamaran Sleeps 6 Guests In 3 Cabins, Perfect to explore the Virgin Islands!

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From $17,700/week

Special Terms

Guests: 6

Length: 50ft

Cabins: 3

Built: 2020

Crew: 2

Builder: Lagoon

This gorgeous 2020 50' Lagoon sailing catamaran's starboard side is occupied by a huge king master stateroom that sleeps two lucky passengers. A large queen cabin and a midship queen birth share an ensuite bathroom on the port side of the vessel. The king-sized bathroom on board is very roomy, and both guest bathrooms feature their own private ensuite toilets with electric heads, vanities, and showers. The king and queen rooms, as well as the yacht, both offer incredible natural light, excellent ventilation, and completely air-conditioned places, according on the wishes of the guests. The salon provides ample room for groups to gather or for ...

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Accommodations

6 Guests

3 Queen Beds

2 Wash Basins

3 Cabins

2 Showers

2 Electric Heads

Sleeps up to 6 guests in one spacious king master stateroom that sleeps two lucky passengers.
A large queen cabin and a midship queen birth share an en-suite bathroom on the port side of the vessel.

The king-sized bathroom on board is very roomy, and both guest bathrooms feature their own private en-suite toilets with electric heads, vanities, and showers. ...

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Accommodations

Amenities

WiFi internet access

Generator:Yes

Deck showers

Ipod/device docking station

Air conditioning and fans

Inverter Yes

Ice maker

Cockpit and flybridge speakers

Night Air conditioning and fans

Water Maker

Salon TV with satellite tv

Swim Platforms

Suitable for up to 4-6 guests (see layout). 5th and 6th guests must be comfortable sharing a head with another guest cabin.

Amenties

Water fun

14' Highfield 30 Dinghy

Floating Mats

Tube

Beach Games

Stand Up Paddle

Underwater Camera

3 extra large bow bean bags

Crew

Capt. Jack Maher

Jack was born and raised in Northern Virginia and grew up sailing and boating on the Potomac River and Chesapeake bay. He always knew that a “traditional” or “regular” lifestyle wasn’t for him. In 2015, after graduating high school, he decided to turn his love and passion for the water into a career and signed on as crew to a traditional sailing ship and took a voyage across the ocean that changed his life forever. He completed his captains license course in 2018 and moved to Key West, Florida the following year to further pursue his career in the maritime industry. Over the past 4 years he has captained multiple modern and ...

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