KARMA
50' Lagoon

High Rate: $ 23,000 weekly All Inclusive

Low Rate: $ 18,500 weekly All Inclusive

Guests

8

Cabins

4

Crew

2

Cabin Configuration:

Accommodates 8 guests in 4 queen cabins with 4 ensuite heads w/ enclosed showers, FULL AC

Specifications:

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  • Special Features:
  • 50'
  • Lagoon
  • 2020
  • 27'
  • 5'
  • Caribbean
  • St. Thomas

  • Unique cocktails
    2020 Lagoon model
    Equal staterooms
    Forward cockpit
    Fly bridge
    Scuba diving with dive master

Water Toys

  • 12' tender with 30 hp outboard
  • snorkel gear
  • tube
  • kayak
  • swimming ladder
  • beach games
  • stand up paddle board
  • fishing
  • underwater still & video cameras
  • scuba gear withh dive master included for certified divers
  • onboard Wifi
  • 20' Lily pad
  • water skis available on request

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Description:

KARMA – Captain Mayon and first mate Elizabeth collected the brand new Lagoon 50’ catamaran KARMA from the transport ship in Puerto Rico just three weeks prior to our visit in early November 2019.  She is brand new!   A 2020 model, she is nothing short of fantastic!  Thinking out of the box, the Lagoon designers have ‘mixed things up’ for the 2020 models, this time centering the table in the saloon in the center of the room, allowing plenty of space to walk around the room and enjoy ease utilizing the sofas.  And what comfortable sofas they are too!  Yet the table pulls back to become a dining table when needed.  A TV pops up out of a cabinet, and Mayon and Elizabeth take photographs with a drone of their guests’ cruises, so they run the movies on the television daily, if guests like.  (Guests usually like it, especially families, since children keep these movies on rerun.)

When we inspected KARMA in November of 2019, Elizabeth greeted us warmly with trays of beautiful hors d’oeurves: stuffed mushrooms, smoothies, plus her mother’s famous banana bread.  As we were overheated from the Caribbean sun, she gave us ice cold towels to cool our brows…..  Pictures framed her menu of the day on the ‘groaning board.’  She had set rustic baskets of tropical fruit around.  Thick mattressed sofas in gray tweed presented comfortable places to sit in the saloon, and lots of silver objects d’art created a gracious ambiance. “The owners are from Virginia; they decorated the yacht beautifully,” Elizabeth said.  There were trays of coffee, plus all manner of coffee makers and toasters….  “We’ve been unpacking for weeks,” she said, reading my mind.

Elizabeth with long blond hair and Mayon with blond hair also are in their late 20s, a congenial couple, dressed in gray and black uniform.  As we talked, Elizabeth was stirring something on the stove.  “I’m making simple syrup, because Mayon will be making cocktails at the yacht hop tonight.”  Tall and thin, Mayon searches out unique recipes for guests.

As a dive master, Mayon also delights in taking guests to dive Painted Walls, The Indians, Van Ryan’s Rock, Chimney, and The Chikuzen, all of which look something out of Star Wars: long canyons, caves, sponge-encrusted tunnels, sheer cliffs, winding canyons, underwater arch, soaring peaks.  All are in depths of 10 to 100 feet.

The yacht sleeps eight guests in four equal Queen cabins.  Mayon and Elizabeth take the tiny midship cabin to port off the saloon (something new) and use the bathroom in the forepeak, so they don’t have to share with guests.  Beautiful mirror image guest cabins they are too with centerline Queen beds aft with windows in the hull along the back end and alongside, similar to the Leopard 50. (Compare S/Y SEA DOG)  “We like the dark gray scheme and the soft carpeting,” Mayon said, showing me around, “and the fact that the cabins are similar sized, offering equal comfort.”  The forward guest cabins also have centerline queens and large windows in the hull alongside….  “We have a better saloon than the Leopard 50s,” Mayon said, “because our couch is the full beam of the room, and the table is in the center.  Karma lacks the door opening into the forward cockpit from the saloon that the Leopard 50 has, but KARMA has a forward cockpit, one with bench settees too, but you have to go around.”

The fly bridge has hard top bimini sailing awning with deck bed with back rests for six people that rise 45 degrees and tilt backwards and forwards to turn with the sun…..

In all, KARMA is a beautifully outfitted yacht, and Mayon and Elizabeth are ready to take you off on an adventure!

Based year round in St. Thomas, KARMA charters for $18,500 to $23,000 weekly all inclusive for two to eight guests (rates slide according to number in party), except $28,000 weekly for Christmas and $32,000 weekly for New Years, starting on or after December 27th.

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