VACOA Inquire About This Yacht

Yacht Type:

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Length:

62

Beam:

33

Draft:

5

Guests:

10

Crew:

3

Cabins:

5

Helipad:

No

Jacuzzi:

No

AC:

Full

Year Built:

2014

Builder:

Lagoon

Max Speed:

12

Yacht Description

Vacoa , Lagoon 620 launched in Spring 2014, accomodates 10 guests in 5 double cabins (queen beds) with ensuite bathroom and separate showers. She has numerous high quality equipment (bedding, crockery, decoration, Bose system home cinema, playstation, games, ect...) and is the ideal boat for family or groups looking for a luxurious, comfortable and fast catamaran. With respect to water sports, her tenderlift is an ideal sunbathing plateform while its 17" and 90 HP tender is perfect for waterskiing, wakeboarding and kneebording. Besides snorkeling gear, paddle, fishing rods with stand, she is also equipped with a flybridge with a cocktail table, cushions, mattresses and a bimini. Based in St Marteen, Vacoa is available for charter from November to April every year to sail in the islands located between the Virgin Islands and Grenada. Her wonderful crew of three members includes a professional chef.

Yacht Accomodations

VACOA, Lagoon 620 launched in Spring 2014, accommodates 10 guests in 5 double cabins (queen beds) with en suite bathroom and separate showers.

The queen beds dimensions are 81"x 63".

High Price (weekly):

$36,000

Low Price (weekly):

$29,000

Captain Name:

Leon Venter

Captain Nation:

South African

Wave Runners:

No

Snorkeling Gear:

12

Fishing Gear:

Yes

Onboard Scuba:

Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only

Other Entertainment

Converters for the electro plugs.

Other Toys

2 paddles
1 wake skate
A 4-rider towing ring
2 bean bags (cushions Fatboy) on the deck, one square for 2 persons and one rectangular for 1 person.

Communications

Sat phone & internet. Price for internet access depending on the area.

Crew Profile

Leon and Wendy Venter are South African and Zimbabwe born. Both are outgoing and have a love for sailing and water sports, deciding to leave their corporate and business world behind in South Africa to pursue their love for the outdoors in the stunning Caribbean.
In South Africa, Leon had his own engineering business for thirty years plus, doing on-site machining for the sugar, petroleum, paper and marine industries in South Africa and other African countries. Leon has been sailing recreationally since a young boy and has always had a passion for the sea and diving.
Wendy was involved in the corporate world of Mercedes Benz, being on the financial side for several years and with the Barlows Group previously. Her love for the outdoors, sailing since a young girl with her family in Zimbabwe and then South Africa, as well as her love for diving, made their decision to re-locate to the Caribbean, an easy one.
Wendy and Leon have sailed extensively up the East African coastline on their own catamaran and have raced several Vasco Da Gama yacht races, from Maputo in Mozambique to Durban in South Africa. They have sailed their own catamaran from Durban on the east coast of Africa, around the tip of Africa, up to Walvis Bay, Namibia, crossing the southern Atlantic Ocean to St. Helena and Ascension. Upwards to Suriname in South America and upwards to the bottom of the Caribbean chain, to Trinidad. Leon has his Master of Yachts Offshore to 200 tons Captain’s license as well as his South African Coastal Skippers License. Leon is a PADI certified Instructor of several years and Wendy has her Small Powerboat and Rib MCA certification. Both he and Wendy have been in the charter industry in the Caribbean since 2011, working from St. Vincent and the Grenadines to St. Martin and then the British Virgin Islands. Leon and Wendy have sailed various yachts from the British Virgin islands to Florida and back to the Islands, loving the adventures the trips had to offer.
Leon and Wendy look forward to having you on board the luxurious Vacoa, to pampering you and tempting your taste buds with the delights from the galley, indulging you in your favourite water sport, whether it be diving and re-living the history of the Virgin Islands, snorkeling with the abundance of sea life, testing your skills at paddle boarding, kayaking and exploring the coastline with your partner or just simply relaxing on the trampolines, soaking in the sun.

Chef Lisa Mead
Originally from Queensland, Australia, chef Lisa Mead has spent the past 25 years cooking between Australia, the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. She has created epicurean delights for all walks of life including royalty, heads of state and celebrities on board luxury yachts, in 5 star villas and restaurants. In addition to her time spent living in South East Asia, where she gained valuable experience with the local cuisine, if asked Lisa would describe her cooking as global, pulling from different cultures, using only the freshest of ingredients.
Currently Lisa is being filmed in her own cooking show as chef and host of a series titled: Galley Gourmet With Chef Lisa.

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