Your sailing adventure in the British Virgin Islands will be a pleasure! There's lots of space for your entire party to congregate under the rigid bimini in the aft cockpit to enjoy a meal or just sit back and relax as you sail through paradise.
The addition of a forward cockpit just makes so much sense! I don't know anyone who doesn't love riding on the bow. Now it's that much safer, even for the little ones!
All lines lead back to the centrally located flybridge making single handing relatively easy! Your captain won't be stranded on his own either ... there's seating for 4 to 6 on the bridge!
The little details are what impress me most on this yacht. Your anchor locker (located in the forward cockpit) also serves as a central cocktail or picnic table! Brilliant use of space in my humble opinion!
There are two lazarettes on either side of the cockpit to store your fenders and the trampolines have been secured directly to the sides of the hull leaving no gap for feet or ankles to slip through accidentally.
While preparing meals, just throw open the aft window so the cook can still be part of the fun in the cockpit. Stainless steel counter tops make cleanup a breeze!
If you'd like to escape the Caribbean sun, the main saloon is a very comfortable place to relax, enjoy the air conditioning and perhaps a card game or two!
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Phone: (284) 495-4168 in Tortola, British Virgin Islands
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Last Updated: November 26, 2013