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Al and Liz, formerly on yacht Duppy Conqueror are now on another catamaran, high performance sailing in comfort, here she is:
 

The Yacht:

Cerulean is a Chris-White designed Atlantic 57 catamaran that heralds the arrival of a new generation of lavish, high performance yachts.

Brand new (launched August 2009) and outfitted to to superior and exacting standards, this yacht offers breath-taking sailing (often achieving 20 knots under sail) yet with no compromise on comfort and stability. I have personally seen it!

. She sails extremely fast and comfortable (no heeling!), has a very spacious shaded cockpit aft and offers plenty room for sunbathing on her two trampolines. You almost get the room of two boats for the price of one!

Helmsman station is forward, separate cockpit, you are more than welcome to join Al there for a stunning sailing experience.

The sizeable main saloon is attractively upholstered and can accommodate 10 people at ease.
Swim platforms on the stern offer easy access to the sea for swimming and snorkeling.

Accommodation: Cerulean luxuriously takes up to six guests in three double cabins, one with en suite bathroom and shower. Crew has separate quarters, shares the other bathroom and shower, but don't worry about that, they are very discreet.

 

The Crew: Skipper Alan Weeks hails from South Africa. After a career in geological exploration, He managed a large construction company but finally returned to his first passion - sailing.

He has been involved with the oceans from a very early age as his father was a professional diver and passed the passion of the seas on to him. After earning his Yacht Master�s Offshore Licence, he logged tens of thousands of ocean miles on the north and south Atlantic, the Indian and Pacific oceans and the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas.

He sailed into St Vincent and the Grenadines on his 40 ft sloop some15 years ago and has since sailed these waters on many types of sailing vessels, enthusiastically sharing the islands and their waters with his guests. Other water activities he enjoys are free diving, surfing, wake boarding and kite boarding. But, although he has an adventurous spirit, safety is always his first concern.
Loves kitesurfing.

Liz, your first mate and hostess was born in Jamaica and moved to south Florida as a teenager. She became a cosmetologist, a profession in which she excelled as she has a natural ability to pamper others with an artistic flair.

She has a keen interest in food as both Alan and she enjoy fine dining. Her cuisine is diverse and international and has been developed through extensive travels. Her other interests are exploring above and below the sea as well the tranquillity of photography and painting with water colours.

Cuisine: Click here for a sample menu. Page will open in a new window.

 

Specifications:

 

Loa:

57'

Beam: 28'
Draft: 3'6"-7 ft
Guest Cabins: 3
AC yes

Showers/

Heads:

3 showers, 2 heads

Dinghy: 10'
Outboard: 18 hp
Voltage: 12DC,110AC

 

   

Amenities: watermaker, generator, air conditioning in cabins,  cd-player, deck shower, telephone, snorkeling equipment, hammock.

Minimum number of guests: 2

Maximum number of guests: 6

 

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From $370 per person per day! Click here for detailed yacht rates

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