A3 Lagoon | From US$ 23,500 /wk
Sailing yacht A3 was delivered by the French shipyard Lagoon in 2016 and is available for crewed charter for up to 8 guests. The yacht A3 enjoys cruising the warm tropical waters of the Caribbean year round.
Measuring 17m (56ft), catamaran A3 offers generous accommodation both indoors and out. The interior features contemporary warm honey toned wood panels, sumptuous dark wood floors and neutral cream soft furnishing. The salon and formal dining is an open integrated plan, boasting a spacious seating area, adjustable table and full entertainment center. The galley is stationed on the starboard side, creating a modern and social ambiance. Guest accommodation is in 3 fully air-conditioned en-suite cabins, in the port and starboard hulls, each with plenty of natural light.
|Max Speed:||10 knots|
|Engines:||2 x 110hp|
|Cruise Speed:||8 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||family friendly yachts, Latest New Charter Yachts, Caribbean Yacht Charter|
|Builder/Designer:||Marc Van Peteghem E Vincent Lauriot-prevost, Lagoon|
|Locations:||Windward Islands, Virgin Gorda, Tortola, THE CARIBBEAN, St. Martin/St Maarten, St Barts, Leeward Islands, Jost Van Dyke, BVI, British Virgin Islands, Antigua, Anguilla, Anegada|
Exterior living aboard the A3 catamaran is ample, thanks to the wide beam of 9.45m (31ft) and flybridge deck. Aft of the salon and directly adjacent through sliding glass doors, the shaded cockpit offers an alfresco dining area, seating and fabulous entertaining space. Further aft, the port and starboard swim platforms make water access effortless, while the drop down center platform is ideal as a teak beach or water sports hub. Side decks lead forward to A3’s well-appointed foredeck, complete with dual trampolines, perfect for sunning and relaxing, plus a further more intimate guest cockpit. Above the main deck, the flybridge boasts comfortable seating, sunpads and partial shade.
Crewed charter yacht A3 is a sloop rigged design, when not under sail she is powered by 2 x 110hp engines, with cruising speeds of approximately 8 – 9 knots.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
Accommodation aboard the sailing catamaran A3 is in 3 queen size cabins and 1 bunk cabin, ideal for children.
Charter Amenities and Extras
Yacht A3 has a 13ft dinghy w/50hp Towing ring Floating mats Snorkel gear Kneeboards Wakeboard Skurfboard Double kayak Adult waterskis Kid's waterskis BBQ Books Board games Beach games Noodles Stand up paddleboard Salon TV Stereo DVD player Movie & music library Wi-fi internet access iPod dock Hairdryers Nespresso machine Watermaker
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"People more and more are realizing the advantage of the multi-hull platform for cruising. It’s stable, it offers a lot of space, and it goes fast" - "The success of a boat, of a design, is really tied to the relationship you have with a customer. The best yachts that we have designed were also nice human relationships. That’s been true since the beginning. When you get on very well with people, you feel better about what they really like, how they will sail, how they will enjoy the boat, and that proximity leads to a boat naturally that you like." - Marc Van Peteghem (and Vincent Lauriot-Prévost) founded VPLP which is responsible for designing the world's most innovative racing boats and largest luxury catamarans.