|Guest cabin configuration:|
|4 Queen en-suite cabins with A/C|
|Home port||Red Hook, St Thomas, US Virgin Islands|
London Sky is a fully-loaded 2015 62ft Lagoon 620 crewed catamaran, offering luxurious living and superior relaxation areas. With custom indoor and outdoor mood lighting, indoor and outdoor Bose surround sound, custom inflatable water slide, two electric bicycles, a second tender with 150HP outboard engine for watersports and on-board full scuba diving and scuba instruction you have every conceivable option at your fingertips.
London Sky's youthful but experienced crew provide a highly personalized superior Caribbean yachting vacation experience. The catamaran has four guest cabins each with a spacious queen berth, en-suite bathroom and separate shower, flat screen TV and custom mood lighting. The airy main salon has two spacious sofas and indoor dining, the aft cockpit and lounging area features a marble tabletop for fine dining, the top deck fly bridge offers view seating and sunbathing areas and an additional large custom forward deck sunbathing area gives everyone a place to find their own personal relaxation space to take in the Caribbean sunshine.
London Sky is simply the jewel of her class.
Loads of toys and a second 150HP tender for water-skiing, wakeboarding and scuba diving. Many custom finishes make this a special Lagoon 620.
Home port: Red Hook, St Thomas, US Virgin Islands
The entire charter experience was great. The crew were great, the boat was great, and we would look to you guys again should we do another charter. Thanks.
Ken H, aboard Catamaran London Sky sailing the Virgin Islands
Tony, Kate, Kerry and Su were all very professional, friendly and knowledgeable. They made everyone feel so comfortable. They each possessed a lot of knowledge about the Virgin Islands from the history, to the landscape and geography as well as about the waters the creatures within. The attention they gave to us was perfect - we didn't want for anything. We couldn't have asked for a better crew for our first charter and for the Xenia. A match made in heaven.
Xenia 74 is an amazing vessel. The design and decor were fabulous. The cabins were very comfortable - especially the master. I still can't get over how much space there was. We loved being able to look through the port hole over our bed to see the stars. The group spent most of our time outside to enjoy the great weather and temperatures. We used every space from the front net area, the bridge, the side beds and back bench in the rear covered space and the aft steps were great for fishing and fish watching - especially at night with the lights on. It's hard to pick a favorite and if I have to it's the outside covered eating area where we enjoyed all of our meals while onboard. It was a great space for our group of 8 to recap the day over cocktails and amazing cuisine.
I don't know how Kate created what she did in such a small galley (I didn't see it on the Xenia but have seen them on other boats). She is a very talented chef. We were blown away by every single meal. She did a fabulous job of catering to everyone's tastes and preferences. One guest has a gluten sensitivity and she made sure there was an option available for her every time. The meals were creative, decadent and wonderfully presented.
The itinerary was perfect. We wondered how much it might need to change as a result of the hurricanes last year. Captain Tony put his knowledge to use by adjusting to ensure we saw fabulous beaches, the cool beach bars and hang outs, serene anchorages and the popular spots such as the Baths, Foxy's and more. I really appreciated how he reviewed the next day itinerary with us and gave us options.
We were very happy with the service from Sailing Directions. I appreciated the updates you provided following the storms and the very helpful reminders along the way. The website is extremely helpful. Especially the charter preparation information. It really set us up for success.
Our charter was an experience of a lifetime. We will always cherish the memories we made.
Diane B, aboard Catamaran Xenia 74 sailing the Virgin Islands