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2018 53ft Catamaran Sleeps 8 Guests In 4 Cabins, Let's Rum Away!

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From $14,200/week

Special Terms

Guests: 8

Length: 53ft

Cabins: 4

Built: 2018

Crew: 0

Builder: Royal Cape

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Accommodations

8 Guests

2 Queen Beds

5 Wash Basins

4 Cabins

5 Showers

5 Electric Heads

Accommodations include:
Two queen and two double berth cabins each with an en-suite head including dry shower stalls in three cabins (one has wet head), electric head and vanity. Cabin is fully air-conditioned plus has a fan. Cabin has own stereo system, TV with Apple TV's hooked up to a server with 300+ movies.

Main salon has stereo plus TV and is fully air-conditioned.

Aft deck cockpit with BBQ area plus very large bow for lounging,...

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Accommodations

Amenities

WiFi internet access

Generator:11Kw

Sun Awning

Ice maker

Ipod/device docking station

Air conditioning and fans

Inverter YES

Bimini Top

BBQ

Cockpit and flybridge speakers

Night Air conditioning and fans

Water Maker: 40GPH

Deck showers

Salon TV with satellite tv

Swim Platforms

2 x ice makers
2 x refrigerators
2 x freezer
*Sailing instruction is informal

Amenties

Water fun

12' RIB center console 40HP Dinghy

Stand Up Paddle

Snorkeling Gear

Underwater Camera

Kneeboard

2 Man Kayak

Fishing Gear

Tube

Floating Mats

Beach Games

10' x 10' inflatable dock
Dinghy platform doubles as swim platform that can be lowered into the water
Towable underwater subwing
(2) floating Fatboy bean bags
(2) deck bean bag chairs
1 oversized 4 person SUP
3 single SUP's

Crew

Captain Travis has been known to say he likes Fast Cars and Slow Boats… Born in Georgia, but raised in Texas, Travis spent the early part of his career working on race car teams (and racing whenever he got a chance). He has worked on everything from Vintage Can Am cars, Formula Fords, Toyota Atlantic, F2000, World Challenge, and Nascar Super Trucks. Life in the fast lane certainly was a good time, but there was something about the calmness, and challenges, of sailing that caught his attention. He eventually hung up the tools and helmet, and bought himself a Hobie Cat and learned to sail. He also started and grew a family business with hi...

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