58' Wave

High Rate: $ 26,800 weekly All Inclusive

Low Rate: $ 22,200 weekly All Inclusive







Cabin Configuration:

Master Queen + 2 Guest Queens + 1 Twin that converts to a King, all with private bathroom, AC,


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  • Special Features:
  • 58'
  • Wave
  • 2016/2019
  • Caribbean
  • St. Thomas

  • Chic saloon
    Indoor/outdoor living
    Solar Panels
    Aft deck electric platform
    Amazing Fly bridge
    Lots of sports equipment

Water Toys

  • Big blow up swan inflatable water lounges
  • white bean bags
  • party island
  • two man canoe
  • 50 hp inflatable tender
  • waterskiing
  • skurfing
  • kneeboarding
  • Snorkling
  • Subwings

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SANTA ANA – 58’ Wave Catamaran built in 2016, refitted in 2019, available from St. Thomas (preferred); West End, Tortola okay, for $22,200 to $26,800 weekly all-inclusive for two to eight guests (rates slide according to number in party) year round except $33,000 weekly for Christmas or New Year’s.

Large spacious cockpit – Two sliding glass doors lead into the saloon from the cockpit, offering indoor/outdoor living.  With out of door dining, the cockpit has a wet bar and companionway to the aft cabin; three large banquettes offer plenty of seating for eight guests; weather curtains keep the elements out, and all is decorated in pleasing light gray fabrics and teak decks.

Stern Lift – a hydraulic lift hanging off the aft cockpit to stow the tender at sea doubles as a swimming and diving platform for guests.  No ladders necessary.

Bow Sunbathing & Lots of Sports Equipment – Legion fields!  Big blow up swan inflatable water lounges, white bean bags, party island –  two man canoe – lots of watersports offered from the yachts 50 hp inflatable tender including waterskiing, skurfing, kneeboarding.  Snorkling and Subwings are available as well….and more!

Saloon – Stunning, modern deck saloon with ebony black bulkheads contrasting with beige cushions is elegant and sophisticated; large windows in the coach roof let in lots of light, and there is plenty of cool air conditioning.  New saloon pictures are coming, as the colors have changed…..

Adorable Crew of Two – Chef Mya has been aboard a long time and won an award for her culinary contribution during the November 2019 charter yacht show.  She’ll be serving something up for brokers later in the day and every day of the week, including a flat bread lunch with marinated feta with pumpkin puree, as well as an infused water with vodka (for later) with melon balls and mint that were marinating.  Banana bread was offered.   Captain Jacek, young, fit, and handsome, aboard two seasons, is a sailing instructor; Mia and he have worked as a team for several seasons; they are a good team!

New Solar Panels – SANTA ANA’s new lithium battery bank and solar panels run the yacht’s entire air conditioning system, so the generator does not have to be run at night, making for quiet sleeping!  The electric oven and other items run off the generator and panels…  The solar panels are located on top of the Bimini awning covering the cockpit and are stitched into the fabric, yet removable during Hurricane season, so you don’t see them.

Four Guest Cabins including a master cabin – Lots of AC!  It was blasting!  Three, side by side, rectangular windows lie at the foot of each of the four guest cabin beds, including a Queen in the master bedroom with sitting room; a Queen VIP cabin, plus an enormous King bedroom which converts to twin side by side single beds, ideal for families, a large stateroom…. and a cozy Queen in the fourth cabin with bed along the wall….  All have lots of AC and cotton duvets worth $400 each.  All have private bathroom with stall showers, flower arrangements, white walls, and solid wood oak flooring.  All have indirect lighting; Beautiful staterooms!

Grenada for Summer 2020 – Yachts in the Virgin Islands move south for hurricane season in July, and Santa Ana is available for charter in the Grenadines from mid July through the fall, a great opportunity to cruise this stunning area with volcanos, rainforests and turquoise water!

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