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Old 04-09-2017, 05:21   #16
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Re: Looking for Catamaran 5 cabin/5 heads

Agreed with what you wrote above and have been looking at some Privileges. We liked the idea of a 5th cabin for us. And yes it will be for a sailing/diving charter for 5-7 days at a time.

So yes for us we would like at least 4 heads, I know it will be maintenance and such for them but at same time each guests has there own head.

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Old 04-09-2017, 06:04   #17
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Agreed with what you wrote above and have been looking at some Privileges. We liked the idea of a 5th cabin for us. And yes it will be for a sailing/diving charter for 5-7 days at a time.

So yes for us we would like at least 4 heads, I know it will be maintenance and such for them but at same time each guests has there own head.

Thanks for info.
Ah, thats relevant info. Yes, either the Bahia (and some other FPs) or Privilege are good options for charter use and are widely used for this purpose. As said, Ive run them both in charter many times, good set ups.

The Privileges are galley down, which some prefer for charter work since it keeps the mess and bustle of the galley out of the main salon (cooking for a lot of guests is more like running a commercial kitchen than a more social residential kitchen).

Have you worked in the charter biz before?
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Hello Again, not exactly in charter. But hotel manager, wife is a chef, plus a dive instructor and I'm a captain and dive master. And we have run our own businesses before.
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Hello Again, not exactly in charter. But hotel manager, wife is a chef, plus a dive instructor and I'm a captain and dive master. And we have run our own businesses before.
All good relevant skills for the charter biz.
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Only 46 ft boats upwards have 4 cabins 4 heads as far as I am aware
I have seen smaller boats with 4/4. Lagoon 410 to start..
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Perhaps this? https://lagoon450forsale.wordpress.com
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