LE REVE 62 ft. Catamaran
The beautiful charter yacht LE REVE is a catamaran available for charter in this winter season the British Virgin Islands. Experience the epitome of luxury. by living aboard LE REVE for a week cruising .the warm blue waters of the Caribbean.
Three luxurious cabins greet the guests when they board LE REVE. These cabin is decorated with high end materials and furnishing that allow for an unprecedented level of comfort.
All three cabins offer ensuite private bathrooms with separate showers stalls. Four the guest comfort each cabin offers individual temperature controlled air-conditioning.
Guests can enjoy their gourmet meals inside or outside and then lounge with a cocktail on the massive sundeck afterwards. The gull-wing bridge deck design allows for greater comfort and smoother sailing, despite heavy seas.
Water sport enthusiasts in LE REVE’s charter party will enjoy the impressive array of water sport onboard; including but not limited to wake boards, skis, rafts, paddle boards, snorkeling gear, SCUBA dive gear and kayaks by pre-arrangement.
Despite the outstanding quality of life aboard LE REVE, performance is not sacrificed. She is powered by twin 110HP Volvo engines and has 1500 square foot mainsail. This combination make it easy for LE REVE to reach and maintain top speeds in a variety of conditions.
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The typical amount of the crew’s gratuity is 20% of the base price of the charter. You have the option of scaling the crew’s gratuity up or down based on level of service.