AZURIA Lagoon | From US$ 16,500 /wk
Built in 2011 and last refitted in 2018, sailing catamaran AZURIA from Lagoon measures 15.5m/51ft and has plenty of space on board for an extended family group or friends to cruise in style and comfort. The accommodation sleeps up to six guests over three en-suite cabins, with a crew of two to provide amazing service throughout every cruise.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF AZURIA: ~Massive Master suite ~Foredeck hammock ~Bose Surround Sound in salon ~Underwater camera ~Board games ~Large film and music library ~1.5m/5ft draft to navigate shallow waterways ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
The main deck aft cockpit offers a shaded space for alfresco dining in comfort at a U-shaped sofa with a large raised table in the middle. Drop-down shades and a large bimini protect this area from the sunshine for all day outdoor use. Both hulls have steps leading down to the water for easy access to the sea.
The foredeck comes with recessed sofa seating in front of the helm station that can be covered with a bimini shade. Two net trampolines are forward, and a hammock can be set up to enjoy the striking views while sunbathing or relaxing with hobbies.
The flybridge above offers one final place for guests to sit and take in the scenery from an elevated point.
|Max Speed:||16 knots|
|Engines:||2 X Yanmar 75hp Diesel|
|Cruise Speed:||12 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||family friendly yachts|
|Locations:||Windward Islands, Virgin Gorda, Turks and Caicos, Tortola, THE CARIBBEAN, St. Vincent, St. Thomas, St. Martin/St Maarten, St. Lucia, St. Kitts, St Petersburg & Tampa, St John, St Barts, Nevis, Leeward Islands, BVI, British Virgin Islands, Antigua, AMERICA|
The guest and crew accommodation is placed in the hulls, leaving the central area dedicated to the salon, dining area and galley.
The lounge places the galley forward to port with the helm station slightly to starboard. The starboard side of the room hosts the large forward-facing corner sofa with a central fold-out table for dining and additional stools for all guests.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 6 guests in 3 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite and 2 double cabins. The Master suite occupies almost the entirety of starboard hull and is fitted with a queen-sized bed, a sofa, widescreen TV, plenty of closet space, and an en-suite bathroom providing a sink, toilet, and a separate shower. The two double cabins are in the second hull and both also have a queen-sized bed, a widescreen TV, large closet space and an en-suite bathroom providing a sink, toilet and shower. The professional crew of 2 have extensive sailing experience, particularly in the Caribbean and Bahamas, and will ensure that guests have an incredible time throughout their stay.
Charter Amenities and Extras
AZURIA has a new 8 passenger dinghy with a 50hp engine along with water skis, kneeboards, a tube and 2 wakeboards. You will also have access to kayaks, 2 stand up paddle boards, floating mats, fishing gear and an 8 person floating island! For comfort on deck you will find a Bimini cover, deck speakers throughout, 4 bean bag chairs, and underwater lights!
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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