Serenity Now
62' Lagoon

High Rate: $ 27,500 weekly All Inclusive

Low Rate: $ 25,000 weekly All Inclusive







Cabin Configuration:

Master Queen + two identical Guest Queen Cabins, each with private bathroom and stall shower. Th crew will swap their bunk bed cabin for a guest Queen, if families require single beds.


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  • Special Features:
  • 62'
  • Lagoon
  • 2012
  • Caribbean
  • Tortola, St. Thomas, Grenadines

  • Spacious deck saloon with lots of natural light
    Master + 3 Queen cabins
    Experienced Crew
    Scuba Instruction
    Fly Bridge

Water Toys

  • Scuba diving & instruction
  • noodles
  • inflatable unicorn
  • mermaid tails
  • onboard Wifi
  • 15’ Generation tender with 70 hp outboard
  • swim platform
  • fishing gear
  • underwater video camera
  • trolling and casting rods
  • wakeboard
  • waterskis for adults and children
  • snorkel gear for eight; two-person kayak
  • beach games
  • sea scooters
  • and a few extra surprises.

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SERENITY NOW – This lovely 62’ Lagoon sailing catamaran, built in 2012 with full beam main saloon is one of our favorite vessels in the Virgin Islands, operated by Captain John Crafford  and Shirelle Paris, crew of two, available year round from St. Thomas or Tortola for between $25,000 and $27,500 a week all inclusive for two to six guests.  Christmas week is $32,725 and New Year’s week is $35,700 weekly all inclusive, starting on or after December 29th from Tortola.  Summer 2020 – Available in the Grenadine Islands for cruises from St. Vincent to Grenada.

2019 Improvements – Everything the yacht makes goes back into the boat.  The fly bridge has a new sailing awning – there’s a new dinghy; lots of new games, new watercooler, new water heater and new filters – all added during 2019.

Same crew as last year (2018) – John and Shirelle love the owner of Serenity Now; “If he’s the owner, we’re staying.”  Everything the yacht makes goes back into the boat.  All they have to say to the owner is, ‘Have you heard about this,’ and the owner is all about maintaining the yacht.

Lovely display of petit-fours – John and Shirelle had a lovely display of hors d’oeurves when we were aboard in November 2019.  They had a video going of underwater sea life that John took; they had music playing; there was a groaning board of beautiful sand-dusted hor d’oeurves; their dining table was beautifully set with starfish, an under the water theme; John teaches children to free dive; and all the art is original onboard.  Same crew as last year, so they know all the places to go.

Diving with compressor – John is a dive instructor, who has taught lots of children how to dive; he offers the Discovery Scuba course for people with no diving experience.  They can dive from the ship.  John dives with all the guests.  Three dives a week are included per certified diver.  The yacht carries all the scuba tanks; guests rent BCs and regulators.

Sleeps 6 Guests in 3 Queens – This luxury catamaran accommodates six guests in 3 queen cabins, one of which is a large master cabin; the crew can swap the twin bunk bed cabin for a guest Queen, if single beds are needed.  Each cabin has individual shower, bathroom, AC controls, and TV.  The master suite is oversized with extra storage, twin sinks and private entry; also, it has a sitting room.

Lots of space – in addition to the spacious deck saloon with windows all around, Serenity Now offers dining on the aft deck, sunbathing on the forward deck or bow, and lounge on the fly bridge under a brand new sailing awning.

Sports gear – scuba diving, noodles, inflatable unicorn, mermaid tails, onboard Wifi, 15’ Generation tender with 70 hp outboard, swim platform, fishing gear, underwater video camera, trolling and casting rods, wakeboard, waterskis for adults and children, snorkel gear for eight; two-person kayak, beach games, sea scooters, and a few extra surprises.