2021 49ft Catamaran Sleeps 8 Guests In 4 Cabins, Paradise Sailing
From $22,700/week, all inclusive
Select any of the following offerings to pair with a charter booked in the BVI this season. Promotion valid for any charter booked with a sail date prior to August 1, 2023. Offer only valid on new bookings.
FOR THOSE SEEKING JUST ONE MORE DAY IN PARADISE
8th night free when you book 7 nights.
FOR THOSE SEEKING A RETURN TO CALM
Book 6 or more nights and we will include spa treatment at Scrub Island Resort and Spa for all guests as well as include a sleep aboard at no additional cost.
FOR THE ADVENTEROUS
Book 5 nights or more. Dive the BVI on us with a half day of scuba diving, or explore the pristine beaches of Anegada via Jeep tour and then enjoy dinner at one the many famous Anegada restaurants that serve lobster fresh to order, with the Jeep tour and dinner, all being on us.
Holiday weeks may differ, please enquire!
Builder: Bali Catamarans
4 Queen Beds
4 Wash Basins
4 Electric Heads
Four queen berth guest cabins each with a private en-suite bath including electric head, shower and sink/vanity. Port side has wet shower stalls and starboard side has dry stalls. All cabins have individually contract air-conditioning for each cabins comfort.
Top desk fly-bridge with lounging and seating with a 360 degree view. Forward cockpit and lounge and dining area. Aft cockpit with seating and dining accommodations.
Main deck has a bright and airy main salon (fully air-conditioned) as the galley direct access to the forward cockpit lounge area.
NO SMOKING ON YACHT
All queen berths are 5'w X 6'6"L
Bunks: Top bunk 32"...
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
12 Ft 40 HP Dinghy
Stand Up Paddle
10 ft. floating dock
Floats / Noodles
Dwayne was born and raised in the volcanic windward islands of St. Vincent & the Grenadines and from a young age, the sea has always been an enormous interest for him. Fishing, snorkeling, and water sports are just a few of the many exciting activities that drew him to the sea.
He started as a voluntary maintenance dockhand at a local ASA school in St. Vincent, and then humbly pursued his yachting career step by step. He gained most of his experience through deliveries of various yachts throughout the Caribbean, with a few transatlantic crossings to the Mediterranean. That led to cruising in some of the most exclusive places in the Mediterr...