|Guest cabin configuration:|
|4 Queen en-suite cabins with A/C|
|Children Min. Age||None|
|Home port||Village Cay Marina, Tortola, British Virgin Islands|
|Available for USVI pickups with more than 6 passengers|
2017 Winner of the BVI Charter Yacht Society Boat Show FOXY LADY 62ft Lagoon Catamaran is offering an unbelievable rate for the next 3 bookings confirmed and taking place between now and June 2018.
$27,000 all inclusive for 1-8 guests.
Valid for charters taking place between January - June 2018. USVI or BVI pick ups (no additional fees), cruising the BVI. Offer lasts for the next 3 confirmed bookings only!
Please note: Only accepting standard 7 nights bookings and the yacht will not offer any evening before sleepover options.
Foxy Lady is a luxury crewed Lagoon 620 catamaran launched in 2011, available for all-inclusive charters in the Caribbean British Virgin Islands.
The yacht can accommodate 8 people in four spacious air-conditioned double cabins each with its own separate bathroom and shower. Each cabin has large hull windows so that you can enjoy your surroundings from every part of the boat.
The spacious saloon offers a 360 degree view and is the perfect place to relax after a day in the sunshine. With the boats extensive Apple TV movie library, you can relax in front of the saloons 37inch LCD TV or listen to some music whilst taking in your surroundings. Foxy Lady is equipped with satellite broadband WIFI internet and telephone. The saloon is modern, bright and airy with a light oak wood finish and comfortable seating area, even a chaise lounge. You have a choice of eating within the saloon at its extension leaf dining table or you may prefer to eat al fresco at the outdoor dining table.
The outdoor entertaining deck is the perfect place to sit down and enjoy one of the delicious meals prepared for you on Foxy Lady. You can enjoy a fantastic vista from the stern of the boat. One of the best features of the Lagoon 620 is the spacious fly-bridge deck, an excellent place to view the action whilst we are sailing between anchorages, sunbathing or relaxing with an evening aperitif or cocktail. There is cold drink fridge on the aft deck with a barbecue and also a drinks fridge on the fly-deck.
Home port: Village Cay Marina, Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Winter cruising area: Caribbean Virgin Islands, Caribbean Leewards
Summer cruising area: Caribbean Virgin Islands, Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards
We are 220v but have adapters for guests to use for there phones and laptops. We have hairdryers on board, so no need to bring your own as they will not be compatible.
Please enquire about 110V for medical equipment or special requirements.
Brand New 2017/2018 Linens, Towels and Beach Towels
Full Flybridge Shade
Wine fridge on the Fly Bridge
Fully Stocked bar with mixers and different spirit options.
Extensive Cocktail List
Good to great quality Wine List (1 Brut, 1 Brut Rose, 1 Rose, 5 Whites, 5 Reds, 1 Dessert Wine)
Digestive Options of VSOP Cognac, Whiskeys from all major areas, Tawny and Ruby Port, Liqueurs
Full Barista set up for cappuccinos, cafe lattes and espressos.
Additional Lounge Cushions at Fordeck & 2 Bean Bag Chairs
New upholstery exterior and Interior Cushions and Pillows
Communications: High quality Cannon 7D to capture your special moments with ALL of you in the picture.
USB to take home all the pictures with you.
Boat Phone - Guests may use this in an emergency.
Unlimited Wifi on board when cruising in the British Virgin Islands.
____________, , Brand New Snorkeling Gear (Masks/Fins/Snorkels/Socks) 2017, Brand New 16ft Tender with built in sound system, fish finder & underwater lights., Extensive music library, SONOS Music System (online streaming), Extensive Movies/Series options, Netflix/Plex Entertainment, Satellite TV, Full Uncapped Wifi, Floating Trampoline , Underwater Lighting on Foxy Lady, Library of interesting books (no novels), Full projector screen for Movie Nights., Games for Adults and Children., Children's entertainment activities (coloring books, lego, beading)., , Experiences we offer as a team and much more:, Games nights and themed nights for adults and children., Children's activities and themed parties. , Cocktail parties, canapés and sunset moments., Star Gazing and stories for children and adults set up on the Sky Lounge with treats., Romanic after dinner set up on the Sky Lounge, with fluffy blankets, pillows, soft music and lots of lanterns. , Kids adventures and full on pirate treasure hunt or scavenger hunts., Hide and go seek, educational activities and creative games for children., Fun educational experience learning about phytoplankton and the BVI creatures found at night., Guaranteed to catch (and release) a fish at night after dinner. Loved by adults and children alike. , Fantastic night swim to view the tarpon and stingrays attracted by Foxy Lady's underwater lights., Mind blowing swim with the huge schools of Tarpon feeding on the even bigger schools of tiny fish., Feel the thrill of jumping off Foxy Lady's boom whilst secured over deep water under the watchful eye of the captain and after a safety briefing. , Brunch served in style after a morning adventure at the Baths or Indians., Downwind sail with the Gennaker up listening to golden oldies and sipping an ice cold beer or a homemade ice lollie., , _____________,
Jason & Kate
Jason and Kate share a passion for life on the water, exploring and sailing, captivated by the oceans secrets. They love what they do and their enthusiasm is noticeable. They welcome their guests with warmth and charm, and look forward to introducing you to the Caribbean paradise they call home.
They are both commercially endorsed Yacht Masters, with over 45,000 nautical miles between the two of them and multiple Trans Atlantic crossings. They have been chartering and sailing together as captain and chef since 2014, from Panama and Columbia to the Virgin Islands, Bahamas and east coast of the USA. Jason completed a delivery in 2013 from Cape Town, South Africa to the Caribbean, around the same time Kate came across aboard her parent’s charter catamaran. Their yachting careers took them to Fort Lauderdale, where they met whilst working aboard Super Yachts. After working successfully aboard larger yachts, they decided it was time to branch out on their own in the Virgin Islands and are proud to be the team aboard Foxy Lady.
Jason grew up on the west coast of South Africa and is an avid sailor, surfer and free diver, with a love for fishing. He has a diverse set of interests, having studied at the Campus for Performing Arts prior to embarking on his yachting career, and plays classical piano and guitar. Jason is friendly, hardworking and goes above and beyond to make your trip a memorable one...read more
Kate grew up cruising the Indian and Atlantic Oceans with her family, totaling 20,000 nautical miles over six years, having left her home of South Africa at age 4. She has been in hospitality for the last 10 years and completed an International Hospitality Diploma with the Private Hotel School in Cape Town, before meeting Jason. She has worked as a chef aboard yachts ever since and absolutely loves it! She aims to surprise and delight all her guests with culinary treats and has a good eye for detail, passion for cooking and curiosity for life.
Together, Jason and Kate hope to share with you their love of the Caribbean Virgin Islands, fascination with its history and offer their open, happy generosity which they exude as charter vacation hosts.
|Winter 2017 to 2018||$28,000||$28,500||$29,000||$29,500||$30,000||$31,500||$32,000|
|Winter 2018 to 2019||$28,000||$28,500||$29,000||$29,500||$30,000||$31,500||$32,000|
Listed below are any confirmed reservations or unavailability, as well as current holds / options. Note: this calendar is not always 100% current. Please contact us for more information about available dates aboard this yacht.
Hours required between charters: 48 hrs
Contact us for rates and current availability or to book a charter aboard Foxy Lady!
Chef Kate's post Irma sample itinerary for Foxy Lady sailing the Virgin Islands:
As we move forward into the 2017/2018 BVI Season, we would like to share with our guests and brokers a sample of what chartering the British Virgin Islands will be like.
Yes, in places the BVI looks worse for wear, but we adapt around this and as your charter crew we find the unspoiled places and treasures still to be enjoyed.
Peaceful and uncrowded bays, empty white sand beaches and adventure or enjoying private parties on board your crewed charter yacht. It is chartering a Caribbean of years gone by… with a thatched beach bar, a man with a guitar, lobster on the BBQ and a handful of relaxed smiling people sitting on the sand at sunset.
This is still paradise.
We suggest flying into St Thomas Airport (STT) as we can take advantage of an overnight stop in St John, which is renowned for some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and is not be missed. We usually only spend one night in the USVI, either at one of the many beaches, such as Caneel Bay, Hawks Nest or Maho Bay on your first night or at Christmas Cove on your last night, where the sunsets never disappoint.
Guests are met at the Airport by Jermaine, our trusty driver, with his signboard and good humor. He has been working with us for the past two years and has never let us down. His shiny black taxi seats 10 guests and all their luggage and although has the back window is patched, he offer ice cold refreshments, full AC and a very pleasant experience. From the Airport you will be transported to Yacht Haven Grande, an IGY Marina in Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas that looks exactly as it did before Irma, where Jason and I will be waiting for you.
Once settled aboard Foxy Lady, we will complete a safety briefing and go over a few finer details of the week ahead. It is a 1 hour trip to from Yacht Haven Grande to Christmas Cove, and an additional 45 min to St John, with Bob Marley setting the mood and a cocktail in hand. Weather as always affects the itinerary and so we choose the bay on arrival to match the groups interests and the weather forecast for the night. 3 course dinner with wine aboard followed by optional evening games, star gazing or watching the huge tarpon glide through Foxy Lady’s underwater lights.
Wake up early or sleep in, our à la carte breakfast menu means you can eat when you wake, or wait for the group. Foxy Lady will then make the 30 minute trip over into the BVI and clear Customs and Immigration at Soper’s Hole, West End. Another benefit of the post Irma BVI is that this procedure used to take well over 2 hours in high season, it now takes little over 20 minutes.
Next we head over to Privateers Bay on Norman Island in time for lunch. This island was made famous in R.L Stevenson’s ‘Treasure Island’ and looking at the caves today, one cannot help but be swept back in time to the days of pirates and privateers. Once again, this area is quiet, allowing for us to indulge any of our younger guests with a real pirate treasure hunt. A hand made map is found floating through our hulls in a old bottle. We then set off on an epic adventure to follow the map and find the treasure chest hidden in the deepest cave on Norman Island.
After Lunch and a snorkel in the caves we move around into the Bight, a bay about 5 minutes away. Here we choose a secluded corner and guests can sun tan away the rest of the afternoon, or engage in any of our water sport option. Later, Capt. Jason takes guests on a sunset cruise in our 16ft tender, with a cooler of beers or a cocktail in hand. The sunsets here are beautiful and a fast becoming ‘classic’ photograph in front of the famous Willy T’s ship, beached on the sand is a must.
After dinner aboard, spectators and fishermen alike enjoy a rather addictive few hours of ‘catch and release’, fishing for the Tarpon, Chubbs, Jack and Snapper caught off the back of Foxy Lady.
Once again breakfast is open to your mood, after which we head over to the stunning Indians, a snorkeling and dive spot, 5 minutes from the Bight. This spot has barely changed and still offers a host of marine life. Our last dive saw plentiful fish and even a hawksbill turtle. Guests are kitted out with our brand new masks, snorkels and fins, with optional pool noodles for those less comfortable in the water. Jason always takes his GoPro and so there is plenty of underwater memories for all.
Next, we head around to Little Harbor on Peter Island, a pristine nook where we stern anchor the yacht to rocks ashore, so that Foxy Lady remains in the same spot and offers a private ‘swimming pool’ off the back. Here the water is crystal clear and further snorkeling along the bay after lunch, often shows it to be a nursery for an abundance of tropical fish.
We get the music going and put out our 10 person floating mat out, so dubbed the Lilly Pad, as well as our 12ft floating trampoline. There are a number of hikes on Peter Island for those feeling more energetic, however the effects of the hurricane are more noticeable on land but the view out to sea is still inspiring.
Dinner served aboard Foxy Lady, followed by an optional all out Pirate evening! Onboard we have a host of elaborate pirate costumes, music and even will teach the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ game Liar’s Dice shown in Dead Man’s Chest, which usually becomes an addictive game for the trip.
After breakfast we take Foxy lady on a 1h 30min sail, headed up to Virgin Gorda and the famous ‘Baths’, a series of gigantic granite boulders that form caves that are filled with crystal clear water. Guests swim ashore to the beach and work their way through with Jason and me as your guides. This is ended off by a swim on Devil’s Beach before heading back to Foxy lady in the tender.
Right next to the Baths, anchored at Trunk Bay with its beautiful waters and white sand, its a place worth taking a moment to reflect and really enjoy paradise. Here we set up a gazebo for shade, with beach towels and chairs, games and music, and we serve a picnic lunch on the beach. It a fantastic photo opportunity, and for those up to a little adventure, there is a slightly more challenging climb to the top of some boulders where you can look back at the whole of the BVI.
The Beach usually keeps us entertained until well past sunset, however your fully air conditioned cabin is always available for an afternoon nap. This evening is typically more relaxed and after dinner, we try take the opportunity to turn off all the lights onboard and set up ‘nests’ on the flybridge. Here our guests get comfortable and watch the night sky the way is was meant to be, in completely undisturbed darkness and without any light from onshore. Once your eyes adjust the ocean will also offer up her secrets, with special sightings of phosphorescent plankton and jellyfish.
After a delicious breakfast, where you can indulge in Eggs Benedict with homemade Hollandaise sauce or perhaps Banana and Nutella crepes, we will head up along Virgin Gorda to The Dogs, a series of tiny rocky outcrops, about a 45 minute sail away. Here, in a tiny bay, we will stop for a snorkel below the cliffs. It is very weather dependent but if we get a window, its a great stop. Alternatively there are a number of great scuba diving spots in the BVI, including the famous HMS Rhone, a 310ft ship that sank during a hurricane in 1867. Foxy Lady is not equipped for diving, however we work in close contact with the rendezvous dive companies. Its $120 for a two tank dive, meaning two dives are offered per person for this rate.
After the Dogs, we head up to the idyllic Eustatia Sound, where we will anchor off for lunch. Great for a swim, photo opportunities and turquoise water. It also looks straight across at Necker Island, one of Richard Branson’s islands.
At about 3:00pm, we will head across on a 2 hour sail to Anegada, the low lying sand island famous for it’s pristine beaches, pink flamingos and LOBSTER! Dinner ashore is the best bet to experience a Wonky Dog Lobster Dinner or one of their other delicious options. Reservations are taken from 7:00pm onwards and they offer a full bar and a very decent wine list.
The only morning we don't recommend a leisurely start and suggested a slightly earlier breakfast, still à la carte choices, but in order to get you to the beach by the latest 10:30. Ashore the yacht rents a small car to transport all of the beach games, snorkeling equipment, chairs and gazebo, cooler of drinks etc… Then guests are encouraged to rent out a scooter from S&K rentals. We had never driven one before arriving on Anegada and we have an absolute blast! It is very simple to pick up and the roads are smooth and easy to handle. Its a fantastic sense of freedom to zoom around on your own wheels as we drive the 25 minute to the beach. Lunch is served picnic style and guests can enjoy what must be one of the most stunning spots on the planet. Big Bamboo Bar and Restaurant are also operational and locals always appreciate the support.
2:30 is the cut off time, unless guests would prefer to spend another night in Anegada and as always we are completely flexible and try our best to match the itinerary to the mood. Otherwise pack up time and the scooter trip back to the yacht. From here we sail down to Guana Island and spend the night in White Bay or Lee Bay Great Camanoe, depending on the weather.
Breakfast onboard, followed by a 45min downwind sail to Sandy Spit. This tiny bit of sand off Green Cay makes one think what mutineers on deserted islands must have experienced, but with a cold drink in your hand it makes for a better place to walk with your friends and family and enjoy sun and sand for one last day. Its a great place to Stand up Paddle board or to kayak and as always the Lilly Pad will be out for sun bathers before lunch onboard.
Then the Infamous Foxy’s is up and running. The gift shop is open and is the place to get your BVI momentos or T-shirts. Great Harbor on Jost Van Dyke is one of the places hit hardest by Hurricane Irma and it is truly humbling to see the power of mother nature. However Foxy himself is often around and more than happy to share his stories and songs about the hurricanes and his life with any travelers over a cold beer. A true local experience and one we still highly recommend.
Guests then have the option of anchoring over night in Great Harbor, Jost Van Dyke as our Thanksgiving guests chose to do, since the pain killer cocktails at Foxy’s tend to slow everything down :) Anchored out allows plenty of privacy at night and tucked up in the corner, the sunset and Sage Mountain captivates your attention. Alternatively we can head down to Christmas Cove in the USVI, late in the afternoon. This allows for a slower morning on your last day and is your best chance to see the green turtles that frequent the bay and enjoy a last swim in the morning.
Early start if we are still in Jost Van Dyke, leaving at 8:30am and heading back around to Yacht Haven Grande with breakfast served under way. Waking up in Christmas Cove, we will breakfast on anchor and enjoy last swims in the tropical waters, leaving the bay at 10:00am and making our way to the marina. We do our best to arrange clearance into the USVI at Yacht Haven Grande, however occasionally they are not able to accommodate us. In this case our trusty Jermaine will be waiting to meet us on arrival at noon and will transport us all to the Customs and Immigration office, 10 minutes from the marina. This is en-route to the airport and can be combined into a drop off for your flight, however this will be customized to your particular groups needs.
This is when we say our good byes. We endeavor to find the perfect balance on your charter, between becoming solid friends and still allowing you the space and privacy to enjoy the group you are with. We try our best to snap as many photos of you all as we can put them onto a personalized ‘Foxy Lady’ USB to take home with you. As always, Jason and I try to remain as flexible and accommodating as possible. If you have a logistical issue or are trying to make the impossible happen, know that we are always willing to go above and beyond to make your vacation aboard Foxy Lady a truly memorable and special time.