2017 48ft Catamaran Sleeps 6 Guests In 4 Cabins, Paradise Sailing
From $16,500/week, all inclusive
Vicarious is a 48 ft Leopard Sailing Catamaran ideal for a family or small group charter vacation in the US Virgin Islands....
3 Queen Beds
3 Wash Basins
3 Electric Heads
Three queen guest cabins with private ensuite electric toilet, dry shower stall and sink. Each cabin is fully air-conditioned for clients comfort.
Forward cockpit accessible thru glass doors in Salon offering flow through ventilation and a beautiful breeze. Aft cockpit for dining and lounging and trampoline area for lounging....
WiFi internet access
Ipod/device docking station
Air conditioning and fans
Cockpit and flybridge speakers
Night Air conditioning and fans
Water Maker: 45 GPH
Salon TV with satellite tv
- 3 zone speaker system with bluetooth connection
- 32" TV in salon with various TV shows and Movies stored on hard drive
12' 25hp Dinghy
Adult Water Skis
Stand Up Paddle
1x Foil board
1x Floating dock: round doughnut shape- 10' diameter, designed for lounging with mesh trampoline spanning the center, w/ 4 cupholders
3x Inflatable paddle boards
1x Towable flamingo, 2 person
1x Surf foil board (for intermediate to advanced riders, prior wakeboarding or surfing experience recommended)
1x Wing foil sail for use with paddle board or surf foil (5m Duotone)
1x 2 person ocean kayak (please advise prior to charter if this is desired, it is bulky and reduced deck storage area)
10x sets of snorkel, mask, fins: various sizes
2 x Small child life jackets
2 x Medium child life jackets
4 x Adult sport life jackets
Growing up on Long Island, New York, Austen was a shoe in-for the sailing life. At the age of eight, he would sail across Northport Bay to visit the town’s general store as he was too young to drive. At the age of ten, he became involved with competitive sailboat racing and soon became an Optimist class national champion. Since then, he has gone on to many other classes of sailboats and filled skipper, crew and coaching roles. After graduating from Hobart William Smith College, where he captained the sailing team, he decided to work and live in the Virgin Islands for a year. There he learned the ins and outs of island life — as well as the be...