MANGO
41' Lagoon

High Rate: $ 10,500 weekly All Inclusive

Low Rate: $ 8,000 weekly All Inclusive

Guests

6

Cabins

3

Crew

2

Cabin Configuration:

3 Equal Queen Cabins, each with private bathroom

Specifications:

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  • Special Features:
  • 41'
  • Lagoon
  • 2006
  • Caribbean
  • US & British Virgin Islands - St. Thomas

  • Bamboo Sheets
    New upholstery throughout
    Electric Heads

Water Toys

  • 2 SUPs
  • Air Sofas
  • Tube for Towing
  • 4 Full Face Snorkel Masks
  • Projection Screen in the Cockpit for Movie Nights!

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Description:

The 41 ft. Lagoon catamaran MANGO, owned and operated by Kelly Conrad and chef Dianne, did 16 weeks of charter last year and hopes to do 18 weeks this year. With 9 weeks already booked, this means they have a lot of availability in their calendar, which is available for charter year round, including August and September when most crews go on holiday…. Although the curtains are a little homemade-looking, the yacht is clean and tidy, and colorfully appointed, and there are lots of sleeping cabins all around the ship, ideal for two to three couples. A team since 1999, Kelly’s father was a pilot-gravitating-toward-becoming-a-sailor, and Dianne is Cordon Bleu trained. 99% of the meals are taken outside in the cockpit, which has a dining table, and it is also where Kelly holds her pow wow with chart of the Virgin Islands to learn where guests want to go and what activities they would like to pursue that week. Presently open for Valentines Day, the yacht carries a 12 ft. inflatable dinghy with 18 hp outboard, kayak, tow tube, saddle floats, two stand up paddle boards, and float toys. Although Kelly says it is enough, the water tanks hold just 180 gallons of fresh water, so please use water sparingly….

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