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2020 48ft Catamaran Sleeps 8 Guests In 5 Cabins, Luxury on the water


From $15,840/week

Special Terms

Guests: 8

Length: 48ft

Cabins: 5

Built: 2020

Crew: 2

Builder: Dufour

Neuroseas is a Dufour Catamaran built 2020, available for charter in the Grenadines and Grenada. She can accommodate 8 people onboard. There are three queen berths ensuite and one bunk cabin suitable for children or one adult which is also ensuite. All the equipment onboard is new, with lots of storage space [including space for dive tanks as we can offer diving with a local dive guide onboard], large 25 HP tender for water sports and multiple sunbathing decks including the spacious flybridge. Waking up with the perfect view out of the big windows creates the special ambience in each cabin. The crew also offer full cabin service including ...



8 Guests

3 Queen Beds

6 Wash Basins

5 Cabins

5 Showers

6 Electric Heads

Neuroseas accommodates 8 guests. She has three guest queen cabins with two en-suite dry electric heads and separate shower one en-suite wet electric heads and separate shower. There is one bunk cabin with two single beds with a private heads/wet shower. Additionally there is a single pullman berth with en-suite heads/shower forward, accessible from the deck or the port cabin (with prior arrangement)....




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


Water fun

Highfield Rib 25HP Dinghy

Stand Up Paddle

Floating Mats

Beach Games


1 Man Kayak

Snorkeling Gear

Underwater Camera


2 Man Kayak

Fishing Gear

- Inflatable Noodles
- Inflatables Loungers
- Yoga Mat
- Inflatable Tube for Towing
- Hammock
- Children's Kayaks on request


Captain Zander
During his childhood, Zander spent summers exploring all parts of Washington including the beautiful San Juan Islands and the Cascade mountains. He also heavily enjoyed sports like soccer and snowboarding when the colder weather settled in. He grew up with a family that had adventuring in their blood, from SCUBA divers and sailors to backpackers and explorers on both sides. When it's time to relax, Zander's favorite games included chess and billiards, which he still always loves to bring around for a friendly challenge.

Zander graduated with a degree in marine ecology and studied coral conservation in Thailand which he is st...