55' Lagoon

High Rate: $ 19,500 weekly All Inclusive

Low Rate: $ 15,500 weekly All Inclusive







Cabin Configuration:

4 guest cabins, comprising:
- 2 Large Queens aft
- 1 Double forward to starboard
- 1 Upper and Lower Twin cabin forward to port
All with private bathroom, AC, fans, electric heads, stall showers, watermaker


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  • Special Features:
  • 55'
  • Lagoon
  • 1992/2011
  • 30'
  • 4'
  • Caribbean
  • Tortola, BVI

  • 2 Master cabins, ideal for 2 couples
    Families of 6-8
    3 couple charters
    Classic, varnished interior
    Scuba Diving & Instruction (extra cost)
    Refitted in 2011
    Young, fun crew of two

Water Toys

  • 14' Caribe hard bottom inflatable dinghy with 50 hp outboard (seats 9)
  • kids & adults water skis & mono skis
  • knee board
  • wake board
  • snorkel gear
  • beach games
  • single and triple towing tubes
  • double and single kayaks
  • fishing gear
  • 4 floating mats
  • waterskate (like a knee board but wit no bindings)
  • 2 stand up paddle boards
  • noodles
  • water guns
  • Scuba diving: Up to 4 dives & gear are $300/person for certified divers; the captain dives with guests; SCUBA Instruction: $175/diver for the Resort Course; the captain is a dive instructor

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In 2011 the 55′ catamaran FLYING GINNY VII had a refit that made her a brand new vessel.  The cockpit has teak decks and sunbathing mattresses on either side of the dining tables.  The saloon adjoins the cockpit through glass doors and has curved settees on both sides, one around a low coffee table, the other around a folding dining table.  So there’s plenty of seating for eight guests to comfortably enjoy the highly varnished wood floors and dining tables and windows all around.  The galley is located below, where it should be…out of sight.  Most of the dining is done in the cockpit, where the table seats ten, but the saloon table seats eight.  FLYING GINNY has four private guest cabins, each with private bathroom.  The yacht is ideal for two couples as the two queen cabins aft are large, but a third couple would be comfortable in FLYING GINNY’s smaller Queen cabin forward to starboard, and families of six to eight are comfortably accommodated as well, in that the fourth guest cabin has upper and lower single berths.  All the guest cabins are fully air conditioned; the bathrooms have electric heads (no pumping), and hot water stall showers; there’s a water maker aboard.  The saloon is where guests watch movies….  There are 120 DVDs and an iPod library.  Built originally in 1992, FLYING GINNY has no fly bridge seating, but the bow has extensive deck space and four bean bag chairs; the pontoons have nets between them for cool sunbathing.  The yacht is a fast sailer!  The guest cabins are attractively appointed in pleasing colors and the bathrooms are in mint condition.  Young American captain Austin Marshall from South Carolina is an avid wake boarder, scuba diver, and sailor with over 1500 sea miles just within the Virgin Islands alone; he knows where to go and what to do!  His first mate and chef is young, Irish Phillipa King with four years charter experience.  Phillipa is a dive instructor come chef, trained under the very best chefs in the Caribbean and now formally trained in cooking at the Ashburton School of Cookery in England.  They two are a young, fun, gung-ho team!

Up to 4 dives & gear are $300/person for certified divers

  • Rates include captain, chef, food, fuel, bar, dockage – FLYING GINNY sails from Tortola
  • $19,500/wk 8 Guests
  • $18,500/wk 7 Guests
  • $17,500/wk 6 Guests
  • $16,500/wk 5 Guests
  • $15,500/wk 4-2 Guests

    PORT FEES: Will pick-up in Red Hook with prior approval, if approved please add $400 each end for government port fees.

    1-8 pax $21,500
    Rates are all-inclusive, 7 night minimum.
    Dec. 27th start OK for New Year’s charter.