2002 58ft Catamaran Sleeps 10 Guests In 5 Cabins, Comfortable for a large group
From $20,000/week, all inclusive
Builder: VOYAGE yacht
This fun-filled 58' Voyage sailing catamaran offers 5 luxury queen berths with dry heads. The cabins and yacht both offer wonderful natural lighting and great ventilation plus fully air-conditioned depending on the guests' desires. The salon will seat all guests in comfort for lounging or dining plus with numerous lounging areas, there is plenty of space for gathering as a group or finding a private place to relax. The aft exterior offers alfresco dining for all guests along with spacious deck seating and lounge areas on the bow. TOYS: 2 Stand Up Paddle Boards, Snorkeling Gear, Tubes, 1 2-Person Kayak, Floating Mats, 2 Sea Scooters, 1 Adult ...
5 Queen Beds
5 Wash Basins
5 Electric Heads
Five Luxury Queen Berths with dry heads
AC in each cabin with independent control
Toiletries supplied for each cabin
Complimentary wireless internet access...
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
24-hour internet access (wireless connections are slow in the BVI)
Pelican carries a variety of card and board games for your enjoyment, including Chess and Checkers, Backgammon, Monopoly, Jenga, Scrabble, Pictionary, Uno and more.
15 ft 70 Dinghy
2 Man Kayak
Adult Water Skis
Kids Water Skis
Stand Up Paddle
NEW UPGRADES FOR THE 2022/2023 SEASON
New main sail and Genoa
New 70 hp dinghy motor
New 105# mantis anchor w/ 240 feet 10mm chain
10x10 bote inflatable dock and 6 bote deck chairs
2 new paddle boards
3 person towable water toy
New 105 liter dometic cooler in the cockpit
New touch screen chart plotter
New auto pilot
New rain man watermaker 40 gpa
New inverter/ charger
New 24v charger on engine
All lighting changed out to LED cockpit, salon and cabins
New wire in the mast, lights and antenna
Complete service of engines/ sail drives and both gensets
Bottom paint/ we were scheduled for painting the hulls, but the painter flaked out. We did a good polish and wax. Next year hull paint.
Painted interior and cockpit, everything that is not gelcoat.
New mattress pads, pillows and linens
All new interior art and decor
New cockpit shades
Recover cockpit cushions
Reupholster salon seating and stools/ navy blue
New range/ oven
New drawer dishwasher
New londeck interior floor, Redo floor caulking .
Clean and paint bilges
Repair leak in stbd water tank,,, pain in the butt job!!!
Inspected and reseated all connections on the black water systems, new joker valves all around.
4 each; regulators, bcd, tanks. Giving up 8 very good scuba sets and 12 tanks
4 underwater scooters
Assorted snorkel gear
As a prior captain of historic sailing vessels, Casey brings a wealth of maritime history and a unique perspective to your cruising experience. Casey’s passion for boating began as a young student participating in a sail training program aboard the 137ft sailing vessel Denis Sullivan of his hometown, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Growing from that exposure, Casey has since enjoyed 11 years of magnificent tall ship sailing, traversing the East and West coasts of the U.S., as well as 4 of the 5 Great Lakes, and the Caribbean. While aboard tall ships, Casey has cultivated a love of sharing exceptional sailing adventures with his guests. H...