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“We live in the USA. I’ve been told crewed catamaran charters are the best way to enjoy a yachting vacation in the Virgin Islands. Do you have any suggestions as to the most convenient, best airports? Jenny S.“
Hi Jenny. We are thrilled to hear about your plans – a travel writer once described a Caribbean sailing yacht charter as, “One of the top five vacations in the world!”
If you wish to explore the US Virgin Islands (USVI), then the Cyril E. King International Airport (airport code: STT), in St.Thomas is your best bet.
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Happy 30th birthday, Lagoon! Thank you for all that you’ve done for the catamaran charter industry — here’s to another 30 years.
In conclusion, explore the Virgin islands this winter. Do it from the comfort of the wide deck of a crewed catamaran. For more information, contact 1-800 Yacht Charters at https://www.1800yachtcharters.com/book-now-contact-us/.
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The Lagoon 620 is one of the new mega catamarans now available for luxury crewed catamaran charters. This option is a great choice for those looking for the perfect Bahamas yacht charters, as this cat goes to the Caribbean and the Bahamas!
This unique model is available in both 4 and 5 cabin configurations, and it comes with a very large living area. There is also room for lounging between the cockpit, transom, flybridge, and the salon.
You can access the Lagoon 623’s well-stocked galley from either the transom or the salon, or you can also have your professional crew serve you some gourmet meals while dining outside or inside. The choice is yours!
With the demand for luxury sailing charter catamarans on the rise, the team at Lagoon recently introduced the all-new 2012 Lagoon 620 catamaran at the Cannes Boat Show. The Lagoon 620 is an innovative solution to the needs of today’s discerning Caribbean yacht charter client. Professional design by the architects Van Peteghem and Lauriot Prévost (VPLP). The yacht seamlessly blends strength, comfort, and performance in a charter-friendly cabin layout.
The 2012 version of the Lagoon 620, features luxurious and comfortable interiors by Nauta. Dining room settee redesign is lovely. In addition, the ceiling enables more indirect lighting. The master cabin starboard side modifications are tremendous. The washroom is now aft on either side of the cockpit access stairs. This modification creates more storage space in the bedroom for the charterer’s luggage. The forward starboard cabin is a true V.I.P. suite. Additional volume created by the repositioning of the master cabin’s washroom.
The Lagoon 620 catamaran has 4, 5 and 6 cabin versions. All versions featuring Nauta interior layout packages. In addition, they incorporate multiple items. For instance, wood finish, upholstery, and inner liners.
They have exceptional living space, both above and below deck. This defines Lagoon catamarans as the sophisticated choice for multi hull yacht vacations.
Catamaran multihull sailboats are also available for bareboat vacations (yachts without crew). 1-800 Yacht Charters offers bareboat charter, also.
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