High Rate: $ 25,000 weekly All Inclusive
Low Rate: $ 20,500 weekly All Inclusive
Master + 3 guest queen cabins each with private en-suite electric head, vanity and separate shower. Crew have separate twin bunk cabin and private head. Entire yacht is full air-conditioned for client comfort.
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- Special Features:
- St. Thomas
- Catered villa hosts
Color coordinated guest cabins
- 13’ tender with 40 hp outboard
- water skis
- floating mats
- swim ladder
- stand up paddle board
- two fishing rods.
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OCELOT – A yacht crew has to be as good, setting up artistic displays as they are able to sail a yacht. Take Michaela and Andrew, chef and captain aboard the 2016-built, 52’ Lagoon catamaran, OCELOT, for instance. Michaela’s beautiful candle presentation in the saloon of gardenias and lilies took my breath away. “I’m obsessed with tablescapes,” she confessed. A platter of hor d’oeuvres had dragon fruit, passion fruit and star fruit arranged in the most artistic way. A tray of crostini had goat cheese, decorated with blackberry jam. “I participated in the culinary competition at the charter show,” she confessed again. “I made little tarts of wahoo.”
“I’m really good at making cocktails,” she confided again. A mixologist by trade, she was a bartender for ten years, making drinks with names such as ‘Amalfi Summer,” “Talum Sundowner,’ A cute girl in blue and gray uniform, she grew up in St. John and has known tall Andrew, in his thirties, with curly blond hair, a long time. Supportive of Michaela, he stands by her with his delightful personality.
There were trays of coffee in the saloon, baskets of snacks… Michaela said, “Snacks and fruits are always on offer, free for the taking. We do fruit platters for breakfast, broker giveaways, reusable straws; we’re all about being eco-friendly; it’s one of our passions.” How can you not adore this cute couple, professional hosts by trade? All of Michaela’s creative displays are aimed at making guests feel-good and feel special. Her job as first mate is to create beauty, to provide comfort and safety, to give guests a sensational holiday. She does that so well.
Andrews promise, for his part, is to show guests gorgeous sunsets, some turquoise water, plenty of opportunities to clothespin your wet bathing suits to the safety lines to dry overnight in the wind, and possibly, if you’re lucky, to sight a whale! “If it’s March, you could see whales!” he said.
Cabin number one, located forward to port has navy blue and white floral cotton bedspreads with navy blue towels and sea foam green throws – really pretty! Lots of AC, private bathroom… The bed faces a window in the hull, so you can see out.
The bunk bed cabin is for guests or crew, as needed.
The second cabin aft is accessed through the cockpit.
The master and fourth bunk bed cabin are located to starboard, the master having Queen thwart ship Queen facing windows in the hull, bathroom aft, in-cabin sinks, and vanity.
Each cabin has the same finishes, colors, and appointments. All are mostly similar, mostly offering the same comfort, but they are not identical. All of them are extremely pretty, comfortable, and nice.
Water Toys – 13’ tender with 40 hp outboard, water skis, kneeboard, snorkeling, tube, wakeboard, floating mats, swim ladder, stand up paddle board, two fishing rods.
Based in St. Thomas, OCELOT charters for $20,500 to $25,000 weekly all inclusive for two to eight guests (rates slide according to number in party), except $29,000 weekly for Christmas and $33,000 weekly for New Year’s, starting on or after December 27th.
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