High Rate: $ 40,000 weekly All Inclusive
Low Rate: $ 34,000 weekly All Inclusive
Master Queen + 3 Guest Queens, all with private bathroom
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- Special Features:
- Jet Ski
- Kitesurfing equipment & instruction
- Stand Up Paddle board
- Snorkel gear & More!
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OCULUS – A symbol for a round window in architecture, the 62’ Lagoon sailing catamaran, OCULUS, was built in 2018 and has a massive beam that sleeps 8 guests in 4 cabins, each with Queen bed; one is a master cabin, ideal for families but since the master is only slightly larger than the three guest cabins, the yacht could be considered suitable for four couples as well. All have private ensuite bathroom with stall shower.
Based in Antigua during the winter months and the Bahamas during the summer, the yacht charters for $34,000 to $40,000 weekly all inclusive for two to eight guests; rates slide according to number in party. The yacht can be delivered to either the Grenadine Islands or BVI during the winter months for $2,500.
Crew of 3 – Captain Johan and chef Lise are world cruisers. From 1996 to 1999, they sailed around the world. In 2011, after building a boat, they left Sweden for a second voyage. Stopping first in the Canary Islands for an extended stay, they sailed on to Antigua, where they met the owner of OCULUS, who invited them to join him on a kitesurfing vacation and to run OCULUS.
Kiteboarding Instruction – Captain Johan, chef Lise and first mate Rafa are all kiteboarding instructors; the yacht carries equipment for 8 kiteboarders plus gear for the crew to use in the Caribbean’s premiere kitesurfing destinations of Anagada, Barbuda, and the Tobago Cays, included in the price. But they are not limited to just to kiteboarding. The yacht also carries a jet ski aboard, snorkeling gear, stand up paddle board and more!
Gracious Sitting Saloon – Groaning boards of little bites, minimalisticly presented on square, wooden serving dishes reflect the modern feel of the saloon itself, a gracious sitting room, where two little, folding tables in leather give way to lots of comfortable seating in air conditioned comfort with windows all around. The well-lit galley below with lots of natural light leaves the entire saloon to the use of guests and having two companionways offers a way for the crew to pass without disturbing guests. Real wool carpets, Pop Up TV, gracious objects d’art, no expense has been spared to make this yacht the most exquisite it can be.
Master Stateroom –The master stateroom is aft to starboard; it doesn’t have a sitting room, but it’s larger than the other guest staterooms, and it has a plexi-glass hatch with companionway to the cockpit for that pre-breakfast swim that lets in lots of natural light. It has a large bathroom and beautiful modern art.
3 Guest Staterooms – Each of the three Queen guest staterooms has a private bathroom with stall shower, air conditioning, and the centerline queen beds face windows, offering views of the cruising ground.
Enormous fly bridge – This relaxing area is a great place to hang out in. Under shade with breeze, there is lots of seating, views of the cruising ground, sunbathing mattresses, teak floors, gorgeous!
Sports gear – Kitesurfing, jet ski, stand up paddle board, snorkel gear – and more!