A new catamaran charter KRAZY-KAT is ready for your 2021/2022 sailing vacation. KRAZY KAT is the first of the brand new Fountaine Pajot Samana 59’s to be available for charter in the British Virgin Islands.
KRAZY-KAT accommodates eight guests in 4 queen en-suite cabins. She can also accommodate two children 12 and under willing to sleep in the starboard double crew cabin. This cabin is accessible from a bow hatch or a door in the shower of the forward, starboard stateroom.
Krazy Kat has spaces that cater to all guests, from the most lively social gathering to the most relaxing moments of solitude. It has a flybridge with the most significant dimensions in its category! The flybridge offers plenty of wrap-around seating for everyone in your group and two huge sunbeds toward the aft. There is also a roomy foredeck with recessed seating and sunbathing areas.
The expansive aft deck has a huge dining table where the entire group can dine together al fresco. The sliding aft doors seamlessly open into the salon to create an ideal indoor/outdoor environment. Even better, KRAZY-KAT features the popular ‘galley up layout. You and your guests can enjoy lounging in the comfortable salon while watching the chef prepare their epicurean delights!
Best of all, since KRAZY-KAT is new, the vast array of water toys are new as well. Swimming, snorkeling, paddle boarding, and rendevous diving are just a few of the activities you will enjoy.
Captain Cameron Channing is an accomplished sailor. He has sailed over 60,000 sea miles on a range of vessels including yacht deliveries along the African coast and charters in the Mediterranean. For the past three years, he has enjoyed navigating the waters of the Caribbean.
Cameron has a passion for the ocean and all it has to offer. He loves water sports and is a keen fisherman, both with a rod and a spear. He loves to go out and (hopefully) return with something delicious to toss on the BBQ or ‘BRAAI’ as he would say.
Cameron is an RYA yacht master, PADI Dive Master, and qualified sailing instructor. One of his favorite things to do as a Captain is to explore pristine secluded bays where he hopes to someday uncover buried treasure.
Chef and Mate Jada Dickie grew up in Toronto and worked in the restaurant industry for many years. She completed her degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management at Ryerson University in 2018. Jada has been a chef on board an array of vessels for the last five years. She feels inspired by cooking and loves to impress her guests with carefully prepared and beautifully presented dishes.
Cameron and Jada have worked together for the last four years and truly love what they do. They often receive comments on their impeccable teamwork and have a reputation for smooth and light-hearted charters.
It’s not too soon to book your next BVI catamaran charter.