|Guest cabin configuration:|
|5 Queen en-suite cabins with A/C|
|Children Allowed||Yes (Min. age: Any age)|
|Home port||Nanny Cay, Tortola, British Virgin Islands|
Alegria is being replaced with 2015 Amara.
Alegria is a modern, spacious catamaran offering accommodation for a party of up to 10 passengers in five en-suite cabins. The yacht has a huge amount of interior volume and deck space for her length. The yacht features a flybridge which is an excellent cocktail or sunbathing area while under sail or at anchor.
Sail the British Virgin Islands in style aboard crewed catamaran Alegria.
Nanny Cay, Tortola, British Virgin Islands (Home)
Trellis Bay, Beef Island, British Virgin Islands (Additional)
Marina Fort Louis, St Martin, Caribbean Leeward Islands (Away)
We literally cannot think of a way to improve our experience!The crew were amazing. We cannot say enough about how lovely they both are, in different yet complimentary ways. The teenagers in particular loved Nate, he has a bit of teenager himself in his personality and they thought he was so fun. He was also endlessly patient towing them around in the dinghy while they knee boarded, skurfed, etc. Penny is a serious cook and calm, lovely presence on board. She noticed what the kids liked and produced more of it. Every meal was a treat. The consistent level of personal service they provided was so impressive and welcome. Alegria is beautiful but Penny and Nate really made the vacation special. The yacht Alegria was perfect. I literally cannot think of any way to improve it. The food was fabulous. I am a cook myself and I cannot think of ways to improve it. Absolutely loved the BVIs. At "Captain's Corner" every morning, Nate would sit down and we would discuss what we wanted to do that day. He would plan an itinerary accordingly and he even made adjustments as necessary throughout the day to provide what we had asked for. Every day was exactly what we wanted.
Hamilton S, aboard Catamaran Alegria sailing the British Virgin Islands
We've had a couple of great crews on our previous charters but Nathan & Penny were even better. Penny is an outstanding chef and the food was the best we've had on a charter. Everything was well presented and tasted amazing. The menu was perfectly suited to our preferences. We enjoyed our entire trip and Nathan was able to take us to a few places we hadn't seen previously.
Amara was extremely comfortable and clean. It's hard to pick a favorite aspect of the yacht. The cockpit was better for serving 10 people and the daybeds on the foredeck were a nice feature but the fly-bridge really stood out. We hadn't had a fly-bridge previously and we spent a lot of time there, especially when we were sailing.
Ken R, aboard Catamaran Amara sailing the British Virgin Islands