LET'S PLAY TWO
2015 44ft Catamaran Sleeps 6 Guests In 3 Cabins, Modern and Bright
This lovely 2015 44' Leopard Catamaran is built with 3 queen cabins each with private ensuite baths including electric heads, vanity and separate showers. She boasts multiple areas to sit and relax or sip a cocktail and enjoy the cool island breeze of the beautiful Caribbean, especially in its unique forward cockpit lounge that gains access to the trampolines. You can even explore the beneath the surface while staying dry with its onboard clear-bottom kayak! The salon will seat up to 6 guests in comfort for lounging or dining. The exterior aft offers alfresco dining for up to 6 guests and a hammock! Your guests will never forget your experien...
4 Electric Heads
4 Wash Basins
Three queen size cabins, each with private en-suite bath. All cabins have vanity, sink, wet shower and an electric head, LED reading lamps.
- Fwd Berths (4ft 7in x 6ft 7in) (1.40m x 2m) ***
- Aft Berths (4ft 11in x 6ft 7in) (1.50m x 2m)
***Forward bunks (forepeaks) are used as storage and not available as a guest cabin.
Forward cockpit lounge area with opening door for great ventilation.
Salon with settee seating and table.
Cockpit has dining table and lounge area....
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
ZAR 11' Rib 20 Dinghy
Stand Up Paddle
Adult Water Skis
1 Man Kayak
Kids Water Skis
2 Man Kayak
Clear bottom kayak
Captain Kyle Foster
As an experienced boat captain and waterman, having completed over 250 successful charters in the USVI, I strive to make sure that all of my guests leave with an experience of a lifetime and a smile on their faces. When I'm not sailing I enjoy yoga, scuba diving, wake surfing, and meeting new people. Going outside and feeling the rush of adrenaline is something I could never give up, I’ll always find ways to keep my heart pumping! I grew up on the water, but my first time sailing was in the BVI during my teenage years. Discovering a new, more natural form of transportation, I left the islands mesmerized. I was left starvi...