Adeia Lagoon 500 | From US$ 15,000.00 /wk
Luxury Sailing Catamaran Adeia is a 2006 Lagoon 500 that can accommodate up to eight guests in four comfortable staterooms. Three of the state rooms are roughly the same size and offer queen size beds. The fourth state room is a small cabin with a bunk bed and is suitable for children. Each cabin has its own private electric flush bathroom and all cabins have individual air conditioning controls.
The Lagoon 500 was designed by Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prevost who have won a record number of awards for multiple-hulled boats (in 2004, boats they designed won the four first places in the famous English Transatlantic race), and benefits from the latest developments in naval architecture. One of the most exciting new design features is the fly bridge situated on top of the cock put that adds a good deal of space to this 51ft catamaran. The fly-bridge has the helm station and seating for 6 guests.
|Charter Guest:||8 guests|
|Cabins:||3 queens, 1 small twin wi|
|Engines:||2x 75hp Yanmar engines|
|Charter Locations:||Virgin Gorda, US Virgin Islands, Tortola, St. Thomas, St John, New York, New England, Maine, Jost Van Dyke, BVI, British Virgin Islands, Anegada, THE CARIBBEAN, AMERICA|
Adeia's cockpit is shaded by a hard covered bimini offering protection from the weather and face to face seating around a removable dining table that can be easily lifted and stowed into the bimini after meals to open the cockpit up for guests to enjoy. The cockpit has a bar area with a refrigerator, icemaker and sink top. The foredeck offers huge trampolines as well as additional seating built into the deck, perfect for sitting in the sun while the yacht is underway or enjoying cocktails at sundown.
Luxury Catamaran Adeila is available for charter in the Virgin Islands of the Caribbean Sea during the Winter months and the New England area in the Summer months for the 2010 Seasons. Her professional crew of two includes a captain and a chef on hand to pamper you during your luxury cruise.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
Luxury Catamaran Adeia has four guest state rooms including three equal size queen cabins as well as a smaller twin with bunk beds. All guest cabins feature air-conditioning and ensuite bathrooms with electric heads. Her large spacious saloon offers dining indoors as well as a comfortable lounge area for watching movies or playing games. She also features a cover cockpit area for alfresco dining, a flybridge that seats six and a huge fore deck with trampolines and another seating area.
Charter Amenities and Extras
Entertainment amenities include; Digital High Definition 32inch flat screen TV, Full surround sound system with DVD and multi-disc CD player, Surround sound cockpit speakers, Stereo speakers on the foredeck, Library including CDs, Videos, DVDs, books and games, Wi Fi Internet, Cockpit fridge and ice maker, Beach hammocks, Heater deck showers, Barbeque. Water-sports amenities include; 12 ft dinghy with 40hp engine, Water Skis for adults and children, Swim platforms and showers, Knee board, Wake board, Snorkeling gear ,Floating sun mattresses and Scuba diving.
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"Some choices sometimes seem immutable at Lagoon: for example, the choice of working with VPLP architects, the world’s most successful naval architects in multihull racing, or that of fixed keels rather than daggerboards for simplicity, ease of beaching and safety in case of impact. However, each new Lagoon model offers often major innovations to make cruising even more enjoyable." - Lagoon Yachts