75' Privilege

High Rate: $ 60,000 weekly All Inclusive

Low Rate: $ 56,000 weekly All Inclusive







Cabin Configuration:

Full Beam Master King + 2 VIP Queens, all with private bathroom with spa shower


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  • Special Features:
  • 75'
  • Privilege
  • 2017
  • Caribbean
  • South Pacific
  • Antigua, St. Vincent, St. Maarten, Tortola, Tahiti & Bora Bora, New Zealand

  • Aft deck out of door dining & lounging
    Fly bridge Dining & Movies
    Bow sunbathing
    Great Sailing & Scuba diving
    Crew of 3 trained in 5-star service
    Jacuzzi on Fly bridge
    Dedicated Saloon
    Master Stateroom + 2 Guest VIPs

Water Toys

  • 2 Bicycles
  • Scuba Diving
  • Swing Seat
  • 2 Seabobs
  • 3 Canoes
  • 2 Stand Up Paddle Boards
  • Snorkeling gear

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NAMASTE – Named for a greeting of ‘respect’ in Hindi, the 2017-built, 75’ Privilege sailing catamaran NAMASTE is a semi-custom design, whose owner has added many personal touches and upgrades from her original factory design.  She accommodates six guests and has a crew of four.

Exciting Charter Program for 2020/2021 – Available in the Eastern Caribbean from Antigua, St. Vincent, St. Maarten and Tortola through  March, 2020, NAMASTE will set sail for the South Pacific in April, 2020, where she will be available for charter in Tahiti, Bora Bora, and French Polynesia from June to September, 2020.  She’ll spend the winter of 2020/21 in New Zealand, where she will cruise the northern coast out of Auckland during their summer (our winter 2021), and she is available for the America’s Cup Races as well in March, 2021 Guests are invited to join her for any or all segments of this voyage.

Charter Rates – $56,000 to $60,000 a week all inclusive for two to six guests in the Eastern Caribbean for winter 2019/2020; rates slide according to number in party.  Euros 43,000 weekly + 30% APA + 5% Tax year round in the Pacific except Euros 46,000 weekly during July and August.  Euros 53,000 a week + 30% APA + 5% tax for Christmas and New Year’s in New Zealand.

Elegant Cockpit with Out of Door Dining and Deck Beds – Graciously decorated with pops of purple on the two deck beds outboard of the three settees in the cockpit, NAMASTE’s comfortable aft deck offers a long central dining table with dining chairs for out of door dining.  A stainless steel spiral staircase leads to the fly bridge and has a wet bar underneath, and lantern candelabras create soft light at night.  This area is wide, comfortable, shaded, and her lovely teak decks stand out.

Fly Bridge Dining and Movies – A cozy, comfortable area, and fully shaded, NAMASTE’s fly bridge is one of the few that offers out of door dining, whose table and bench seating doubles as a comfortable seating area under shade at sea, and it also has a Jacuzzi.  Weather curtains drop down to keep the rain out, and the crew set up a movie screen here and bring the projector out for watching movies under the stars.

Bow Sunbathing – Nets between the pontoons provide ample sunbathing at sea; guests enjoy bean bags, gray fitted deck beds, teak decks and shade awnings at anchor.

Great Sailing and Scuba Diving – Tall, blond, and “young,” Captain Willow is from Holland and is assisted by a gracious crew of three, including a first mate, hostess, who welcomes guests aboard with drinks and cold towels, and chef Danni is from South Africa.  Doubling as dive masters, both Willow and the hostess delight in taking guests scuba diving; the yacht carries dive gear for certified divers.  An avid sailor, Willow says NAMASTE handles extremely well at sea and is a joy to sail.

Dedicated Saloon – Sliding doors open into the saloon from the cockpit for indoor/outdoor living.  Instead of the usual Privilege varnished maple paneling, NAMASTE has white walls, and pops of purple run harmoniously throughout every room in the ship, creating a unifying effect.  There’s a bar to port, dining table to starboard, and the galley is below to starboard.  So the entire saloon is utilized for guests use.

Sleeps 6 Guests in 3 Staterooms – Two large aft cabins with centerline Queens and windows in the hull, offering views of the cruising ground are mirror images of each other; the master stateroom forward to port is the full beam of the ship with centerline King bed under skylights. Watch the firmament at night.  Swan towel art, purple accents, rustic folk art; the bathroom in the master has a Haman steam shower and dual sinks, plus office.

NAMASTE is a fine platform on which to cruise, and her crew is as nice as they can be!