|Guest cabin configuration:|
|1 King en-suite, 2 Queen w/ shared bathrooms with AC|
|Children Allowed||Yes (Min. age: None)|
|Home port||Young Island, St Vincent, Caribbean Grenadines|
SKYLARK - The New Atlantic 72 Catamaran design builds on 32 years and over a million miles of reliable cruising performance.Built by Aquidneck Custom Composites of Bristol, Rhode Island, to a sleek Chris White design and launching in Summer, 2018, SKYLARK can carry you worldwide on voyages that most will only dream of. Like all Atlantic Cats, she’s designed to be easily and safely handled by a small crew. There are 4 queen-berth guest suites for guests, plus dedicated crew quarters, and a galley designed by an experienced chef that includes spacious cold storage and professional appliances. On deckand forepeak storage can accommodate a wide selection of cruising accessories, such as paddleboards, kayaks, kiteboards and snorkel gear.COMFORTABLEGreat underwing clearance and a soft-riding hull form eliminates pounding. The interior is optimized for cruising comfort both underway and at anchor. Ample living areas forward and aft, excellent ventilation and a protected watch-keeping station, a gourmet galley and dedicated work spaces all contribute to cruising joy.FASTCatamaran SKYLARK delivers true high performance and are among the fastest cruising yachts. Windward performance is exceptional; she points high and tacks easily. A powerful yet easy to handle sail plan, efficient underwater foils, and slender easily driven hulls combine to produce fantastic sailing.
Home port: Young Island, St Vincent, Caribbean Grenadines
Winter cruising area: Caribbean Windwards
Summer cruising area: Caribbean Windwards
4 Queen-sized guest cabins with en suite head/shower.
Air Conditioning: Full
Kosher menu available
Fishing Type: Rod and reel
Dinghy: 14 ft RIB
Dinghy Outboard HP: 40
Other equipment includes:
Kiteboarding gear for experienced kiteboarders, Lessons available from shore-based firms at guests' expense.
Alan & Liz
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.
Alan has been involved with the oceans from a very early age. His father was a professional diver and passed a love of the seas on to Alan. Since earning his Yacht Master's Offshore License, he has logged tens of thousands of ocean miles on the north and south Atlantic, the Indian and Pacific oceans and the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas.
Twenty years ago, Alan sailed into St Vincent and the Grenadines on his 40 ft sloop and has continued to sail in these waters on many types of vessels enthusiastically sharing the experience with his guests. He enjoys free diving, surfing, wake boarding ,and kite boarding. Although he has an adventurous spirit, as your skipper, your safety is always his first concern.
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. She has natural ability to pamper others with an artistic flair. She has been sailing since meeting Alan in 1998.
Both Liz and Alan enjoy fine dining-so food on the Cerulean will be delicious and beautifully presented. Liz's cuisine is diverse and international, having been developed through her extensive travels. Her other interests include exploring above and below sea as well as the tranquility of photography and watercolor painting.
|Winter 2018 to 2019||$31,000||$31,000||$31,000||$32,000||$33,000||$34,500||$36,000|
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: 72 hours
Contact us for rates and current availability or to book a charter aboard Cerulean!