Hello. We have reserved a fabulous Lagoon
38 feet catamaran
for period 3 to 17 february 2013. This boat
four cabins all together with 2 bathrooms. Myself, the skipper
, will use one cabin
and my sister will use the second one.
We have two double bed
cabins available for rent. If you want an out of the ordinary adventure then keep reading. We plan
on sailing from Martinique
to Ste Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines and so on. The itinerary is flexible, and we go as
we feel. Sail here or there, drop anchor
for a swim in a remote
bay, spend the night in a cove or tied to a mooring
has a full kitchen and BBQ, as well as a dinghy
for getting to shore. We eat on the boat or drop anchor
village and eat out, all in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.
All crew members are invited to participate in the maneuvers if they desire so, or learn about sailing. Or just do nothing
and suntan or bathe all day. Meal preparation is shared by all by taking turns and preparing your own favorite recipes
all to enjoy.
We rented a catamaran
last year in St Martin
and had the best of time. This is our way to break the cold winter in style!
My sister and I are avid sailors and are max relaxed on a boat. I am responsible for the whole crew and safety
paramount. I am a 46 years old flying officer in the Royal Canadian Air Force while my sister is a 57 years old real estate
agent. We both are fluent in french and english
We are looking for two couples who are easy going, with some experience on a boat, flexible and of good spirit. We will
interview all those interested before making our choice. It is important to have a good "fit" on a boat so chemistry of the
people matters. Must have a passport obviously.
We have brokered a fantastic deal on this 2009 catamaran and the price
is only $2900. Yes, that is not the price
per person but rather for the cabin. That's for 14 days on the boat! Airfare is not included but there are direct flights
from Toronto to Martinique, or through Montreal. Once on the boat, the cost for meals
and drinks is shared evenly amongst
all crew members except the captain- me. That's my perk for being alert all day and responsible for my crew. In addition to
this there may be shared expenses such as diesel fuel
for the odd time we are under motor
tank refilling, and
any mooring fees
or docking fees
. All these amount to very little. Finally there is $100 per cabin for boat insurance
So if this interests you, I suggest you Google
" 2009 Lagoon
38 " to see what this beautiful boat looks like. Then drop us
a note if you have any questions and we will go from there. My email
address is jeanhoudejr*at*yahoo*dot*com
Thank you and we hope to hear from you.