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TOUCH THE SKY

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2013 58ft Catamaran Sleeps 10 Guests In 5 Cabins, Comfortable for a large group

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From $33,300/week

Special Terms

Guests: 10

Length: 58ft

Cabins: 5

Built: 2013

Crew: 2

Builder: Leopard

Touch the Sky is an extraordinary example of a Leopard 58 that offers the best in large, open decks and spaces for lounging, including a comfortable indoor salon, a breeze-filled fly-bridge with seating for 10, and the fun forward netted space to experience sailing firsthand. The split-level style interior offers five guest staterooms, two of which are on the main deck level and include a semi-private walk out "patio." All guest staterooms include en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning, and everything you would need to create sailing memories with families and friends. Sail crystal clear blue waters, snorkel coral reefs, explore uninhabited is...

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Accommodations

10 Guests

5 Queen Beds

5 Wash Basins

5 Cabins

5 Showers

5 Electric Heads

Bed Measurements in inches:
Lower fwd cabins 58x79 each
Lower stbd aft cabin 58x79

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Accommodations

Amenities

WiFi internet access

Generator:Yes

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

Deck showers

Salon TV with satellite tv

Swim Platforms

Defibrilator

Amenties

Water fun

15’ Highfield Rib center console 60hp Tohatsu Dinghy

Kneeboard

1 Man Kayak

Snorkeling Gear

Underwater Camera

Adult Water Skis

Tube

2 Man Kayak

Fishing Gear

Wakeboard

Stand Up Paddle

Floating Mats

Beach Games

Subwing
10ft Inflatable circular mesh ring
Two-person towable tube

Crew

Capt. Richard Darling

Captain Richard hails from a small town in upstate New York near the Lake Ontario shoreline where he learned absolutely nothing about sailing! That is until he spent some college years in Daytona, then went back to NY and was fortunate enough to enter the racing scene where he purchased his own sailboat and hasn’t stopped sailing since. In 2003, Richard moved to the Virgin Islands and acquired his USCG Master’s License. Since then, he has worked in the charter industry as Captain or Engineer on various sailing and motor yachts up to 160 feet.

Calling St. Thomas home for more than 15 years. Richard has sailed thousands...

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