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Explore the beautiful Windward Islands aboard a unique 82' sailing catamaran with 3 crew and a maximum of 16 guests.
Itinerary includes: Martinique, St Lucia, Bequia, Moustique, Tobago Cays, Mayero, and St Vincent.
The deck with a surface of 240 m2, of which the panoramic galley and dining area have 100 m2, offers great comfort to the 16 passengers. There are 8 air conditioned double cabins, each with a private spacious bathroom - including shower, sink and toilet and each is equipped with a DVD player, a flat screen and a HI FI system. Six of the cabins three per hull have beds that can be set up as one big double bed or two twin beds. Two luxurious double cabins with French windows, especially outfitted for handicapped persons, are installed on the deck. The dining area of 100 m2, well protected from the sun, offers an exceptional living area with a convivial bar in the middle as well as four tables each for four guests and long benches to be comfortably installed during navigation and while enjoying the beautiful landscape of the islands. The sitting area in front of the mast is the perfect place to relish a sunset and a nightcap under the stars. During the day, huge sun mattresses invite you to relax.
The crew captain, hostess, and cook have their crew quarters in the peak of the hulls, completely separated from the cabins of the clients.
The galley and bar are equipped very professionally: oven and 6 hot plates of stainless steel, micro-wave oven, icemaker, espresso machine, refrigerator and deep-freezer, dish-washer etc
The very wide transoms with swim ladders are perfect platforms
for the nautical activities proposed on board: snorkelling, kayak (2 seats),
windsurf, banana and wake board.
embarkation: every Saturday, Marina
Le Marin at 6pm
This page was last updated: Friday, 17 October 2014 17:56