First Class Healthy Dining aboard Caribbean catamaran charter yacht MATAU

Design and luxury alone is not enough when chartering a luxury yacht and ...

First Class Healthy Dining aboard Caribbean catamaran charter yacht MATAU

December 13, 2012

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Design and luxury alone is not enough when chartering a luxury yacht and searching for that perfect  vessel to take you on that perfect holiday. It is the entire charter experience that counts, including the crew, the dining experience and the presentation … one of the yachts currently available in the spectacular Caribbean has just what is needed!  Chef Robin Thompson’s 2nd place for Healthy Dinner Competition and Stewardess Casey Barnes’ 1st place table setting at the recently held Antigua Yacht Show guarantee that you will receive a first class service and be presented with healthy, mouthwatering dishes aboard the luxury catamaran charter yacht MATAU while enjoying the warm Caribbean climate, pristine beaches and azure waters in comfort and luxury.  Catamaran MATAU is currently available for Christmas charters in the Caribbean at a rate of US$ 43,900 per week plus expenses and for Winter Charters at US$39,900 per week, per 8 people.

The Privilege 745 sailing catamaran MATAU was launched in 2005 by Alliaura and her sleek lines were designed by Marc Lombard. Featuring functional flybridge, contemporary décor as well as spacious cabins, MATAU is an excellent vessel to take you around the Caribbean islands and a real head-turner.

Marc Lombard’s design experience and excellence is reflected on the ample volume created by the bridge deck helm station. All sail handling system and controls can be operated from here, leaving the aft cockpit uncluttered and entirely to guests entertainment as well as al-fresco dining.

The bridge deck of the charter yacht MATAU is utilised to full advantage with spacious seating area, table and sunbathing platform, allowing charter guests to enjoy the surrounding views.

Practically and elegance continue throughout the interior of the MATAU catamaran, with the decor created in art-deco style, using pale wood, white leather upholstery and sophisticated black and red accents.

Elegant and comfortable accommodation is offered to eight guests in four spacious cabins. The Owner’s cabin is the most impressive, boasting large, king-sized centre-lined bed and a private en-suite, furnished with a luxurious full-sized Spa Pool. The three additional cabins are also very spacious and include queen-sized beds as well as private en-suites.

Luxury sailing catamaran MATAU is available for Caribbean Christmas yacht charter for US$ 43,900 per week plus expenses and for US$ 39,900 for the rest of the winter charter season (8pax). For more information, please contact our professional charter brokers here.

Diving in the Caribbean

Diving in the Caribbean

Cruising Caribbean aboard a luxury charter yacht

The most popular winter yacht charter destination, the Caribbean, offers its visitors plenty of places to explore and activities to enjoy. Escaping the chilly European winter, you will be greeted by beautiful warm weather, spectacular beaches, interesting cultures and an ocean laden with treasures, from small beach ridden coral atolls to impressive mountainous islands. The best way to experience Caribbean is to rent a luxury sailing yacht, a catamaran or other luxury superyacht.

Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda

Some of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean include, Anguilla, St John, Exumas, Barbuda, Guadeloupe, Cayman Islands, Barbados, Dominica, St Kitts, British Virgin Islands, US Virgin Islands, Spanish Virgin Islands, Antigua, Tortola, St Martin, Martinique, St Barts … amongst many others. For more information about these areas and the yachts available for charter, please contact our friendly team at CharterWorld.

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