|PRICE FROM||$24,000 / Per Week|
19' Dinghy with 90hp engine
It’s easy to understand why Voyage Yachts, the manufacturer of sail yacht YES DEAR, was awarded Best Cruising Multihull by Cruising World magazine. Judged by 5 independent specialists, the Voyage 580 catamaran offers the perfect combination of style and comfort. When charter guests first come aboard, they immediately notice the clean exterior lines. Then, when they peek inside the salon, the builder’s attention to comfort comes through. Windows and clear hatches everywhere flood the salon of catamaran yacht YES DEAR with light, and the uncluttered interior furnishings create a feeling of tranquility. Make no mistake, this is the perfect Virgin Islands catamaran yacht charter vessel and a great platform for exploring the bays and beaches of the Caribbean.
Accommodations onboard Voyage yacht YES DEAR include five double staterooms. All cabins have air conditioning, TV an ensuite bathrooms. Three of the cabins offer queen-size berths, while a master cabin features a king bed, and the fifth stateroom provides a double bed. If the cabins seem a bit Spartan in terms of amenities, its due to the fact catamarans are specifically designed to maximize outdoor relaxation and watersports. A vacation onboard a cat is all about casual al fresco dining, lots of lounging on the forward trampolines, and climbing up and down the aft transom steps to access the ocean.
Other yachts tout their audio/visual entertainment systems. This catamaran is designed for active charter guests, and proudly touts what seems to be and endless inventory of watertoys. While SCUBA-certified guests can go diving, others can enjoy the underwater world via a large assortment of snorkel gear. A speedy dinghy, named “No Dear,” is available for sightseeing or running to and from the shore, as well as towing guests either on water-skis, wakeboards or tubes. For the do-it-yourself explorers there is a sea kayak, a windsurfer, and a stand up paddleboard. Of course, some guests prefer to simply lie in the yacht’s hammock and catch a nap or curl up with a good book.
Did You Know… Tourism is the top economic activity in the British Virgin Islands, accounting for 45% of the national income.