|PRICE FROM||$34,000 / Per Week|
Caribe 3.8 meter RIB tender with Honda 40 hp engine
Hobie brand Kayak for Child
4 Sets of Aqualung Dive Gear
Bauer Junior Jr. II Dive Compressor
Snorkel gear (8 sets for adults)
Snorkel gear (2 sets for children)
Wetsuits and Live Jackets
Jobe Kick Flip
2 Naish SUP (stand up paddleboards)
2 Sea-Doo Sea Scooters
Two adjectives come to mind when describing the Fountaine Pajot Victoria 67 Catamaran LIR: elegant and entirely contemporary. This Caribbean yacht charter vessel is the latest vessel to serve as the flagship of the Fountaine Pajot yard. Naval architect Berret Racoupeau has done it again – teamed with the talented builders at Fountaine Pajot to pool their expertise and talents to ensure sail catamaran yacht LIR is a success.
With its considerable size and spaciousness, Victoria 67 catamaran LIR incorporate a magnificent flybridge. With secured stairway access from both port and starboard of the cockpit, the roomy flybridge is so inviting, and blends well with the elegant lines of the yacht. With benches, side tables, and a relaxing sofa, The VICTORIA 67 flybridge is guaranteed to be the most appreciated on-board living space during charters.
The simplicity of the yacht’s exterior lines blends seamlessly into the interior design of Isabelle Racoupeau. One observer defined her interior as offering, “Urban Chic aesthetics, as contemporary as they are warm.” While similar-sized charter vessels trade-off functionality and efficiency for aesthetics, this yacht melds design with functionality by making it easy for guests to move between living and relaxation areas safely and easily – thanks to broad passageways.
This catamaran demonstrates the dedication of 1-800 Yacht Charters to lead the way in sustainable eco-friendly yachting holidays. Propelled by the cleanest form of energy – the wind, this yacht achieves maximum eco-efficiency and performance thanks to a square-headed mainsail and decreased windage. Greater wind efficiency means considerably less use of the engines – which translates into a greener charter vacation.
Perhaps more impressive is the yacht’s use of solar energy – captured by large, high performance solar panels. By utilizing solar power, this charter vessel is completely self-sufficient at anchor during the day.
A final testament to sustainability is the use of LED’s, both for on-board and navigation lights. Yes, the LEDS create spectacular underwater lighting, and set the relaxed mood on the aft deck at night. More importantly, they equate to reduced energy consumption.
Go Green to Save the Blue!