All-inclusive charter rates per week. Additional fees as local taxes, cruising permits, marina fees may apply. Surcharge for the Christmas and New Years charters may apply.
This lovely Nautitech 47 was built in 2009 and recently refitted in 2021. The two hulls of the catamaran guarantee excellent stability and assure a pleasant navigation. That's why a holiday aboard this lovely catamaran is ideal also for kids, who can move safely onboard and play on the wide fore nets. The Nautitech 47 features three queen cabins for the guests with en-suite facilities. Her large outdoor spaces are very comfortable with plenty of space for sunbathing, and boasts a large aft deck for alfresco dining. A wide range of water toys includes a dinghy with outboard engine, fishing equipment, SUP, kayak, wake board, kneeboard water skis for adults, floating toys and a floating island, tube, snorkeling equipment and a Mavic Air 2 drone. The crew, Captain Santiago and Lucia, take care of all guests' wishes and will take you to the most amazing spots and hidden gems in the Windward Islands.
|Charter fee only||Unit|
|$ 13'100 - $ 21'750||per week|
|Government tax and other service fees||Obligatory|
|Full bedding sets and after-cruise cleaning||Included|
|Stand-up paddle board||Included|
|Dinghy with outboard engine||Included|
|Water skis adults||Included|
|Skipper & Crew||Price||Unit||Option|
Please enquire for cancellation policy.
Santiago grew up in San Isidro (Buenos Aires), where he lived with his parents and seven brothers until he was 19 years old. All men! With a large family, there was always much organization. At the age of 20, he traveled to New Zealand to work and for the travel experience. Then he went to live in Spain for one year, working in a hostel reservation center for Europe. From a very young age (5 years old), he started sailing an Optimist, and then as a cadet until 17 years old. He plays different sports, but his hobby is making electric LEGO trains. His family always had a boat (sailboat and (powerboat) cruise ship), so he was always in contact with the water, his great passion. Santi went to “Marín School”. Moreover, he is self-taught in all matters of technology and processes. He has dedicated many years to these tasks. His friends define him as an introverted, executive, and fun person.
"Only one thing makes a dream impossible: The fear of failure."
For her first 28 years, Luli lived with her parents and three sisters in San Isidro, a very beautiful, quiet city with green spaces and a coastal area in Argentina. As a child, she went to the club almost every weekend and played with her friends. That is where her love for boats began. The club is near the river, and she could see everyone hoisting their sails. Many friends had boats so many times we went sailing. In 2017 she bought her first boat with Santiago that they enjoyed every weekend and on day-offs.
Luli studied at “La Unidad School”, graduating as a Passenger Cabin Crew. For eight years, she worked in a travel agency arranging itineraries and sales of tourist services. Her hobby is making crafts such as knitting in two rows or the macramé technique. Moreover, her favorite sport is riding a bike. Luli's friends define her as fun, Natural, and very perfectionist.
"Kiss slowly, Speak clearly, Fail a little, Dance a lot, Love hard and Laugh really."