Caribbean Dream Charter Aboard Luxury Catamaran OCEAN VIEW

From the unspoilt and idyllic St. Vincent and the Grenadines to the breath-taking Virgin Islands, the stunning sailing Lagoon 620 OCEAN VIEW is a top choice for an ultimate yachting getaway with friends and family.

Designed with comfort at mind, her open charter-friendly layout emphasizes space and light while the meticulously designed interiors constitute a showcase of contemporary style highlighted by modern design elements.

Exquisite accommodations are provided for up to 6 guests including a chic master suite sporting sleek décor and a deep graphite accents and two spacious double staterooms that feature stylish dark lilac colour schemes.

For heavenly moments spent in the sun or the shade, the outdoor living and dining areas onboard charter yacht OCEAN VIEW are utterly superb. Catering to active guests, in addition to inflatable toys, there is a wide range of activities to enjoy on board including waterskiing, snorkeling, wakeboarding, and kitesurfing.

Kitesurfing is a life-long passion for Captain Pawel who will be happy to provide training for the guests who would like to try this sport for the first time. The yacht is offering 10 different kites to suit all wind conditions and the best thing is that you can set up and launch right from the boat.

OCEAN VIEW provides a five-star experience from the moment you step aboard due to the highest level of service provided by the crew of three, including a talented chef who will prepare an individually tailored menu, based on the guests’ preferences, which will satisfy any expectations. OCEAN VIEW is a charter yacht of choice suited for discerning guests who demand only the finest and those who enjoy water sports and healthy active pursuits.

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As the summer season is coming to an end, OCEAN VIEW is preparing for the Atlantic crossing and will soon set sails for the Caribbean where she will be chartered until late February 2017. The yacht’s further plans include conducting charters in the French Polynesia.

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