1. Charter the "Guiding Light", a Lagoon 410 Sailing Catamaran, in the Caribbean
  2. Charter the "Guiding Light", a Lagoon 410 Sailing Catamaran, in the Caribbean
  3. Charter the "Guiding Light", a Lagoon 410 Sailing Catamaran, in the Caribbean

Charter the "Guiding Light", a Lagoon 410 Sailing Catamaran, in the Caribbean

Explore the Caribbean by boat! Charter the "Guiding Light" Lagoon 410 Sailing Catamaran for up to 6 people. Rates as low as $857 per day (5 days minimum). Rates: Captained Charter $6000 plus expenses for the entire vessel Cruising Experience Charter $3000 per cabin per week plus expenses (2 weeks minimum) What You Can Expect: Join the adventure and have the time of your life when you charter your next vacation aboard our sailing vessel "Guiding Light". You can do absolutely nothing but lie in the sun, play in the water, and snorkel the reefs as if you were in an aquarium. If you are feeling a little more adventurous you can help sail the boat and i will teach you as much as you would like to learn. Your charter gives you access to all the equipment aboard the vessel including snorkel gear for diving on the reefs, beach gear for lying around in the sand, bicycles for land tours, a kayak for your paddling desires, fishing gear to appease your hunter/gather side, and other toys socked away for you to discover. $6000 plus expenses (which are $150-250 per person for food, $100-$200 total for moorings, $25-100 total for govt fees, and $75-125 total for fuel) is all it takes to charter the Guiding Light for 8 days and 7 nights. You can bring up to six people, which will share three queen size cabins (2 have ensuite heads plus there is a full size shower for everyone to use). I am charging significantly less than most other catamarans, which will run you $10,000-$16,000 a week, because i love showing adventurous, easy going, fun loving people the sights and joy of my lifestyle. I want to make your vacation the best one possible, so you will want to come back year after year and leave comments like the following: This was the best day….Of my life! ~ mandy Thanks for the great family vacation. Sailing can’t get any easier than aboard the guiding light ~ mike Thanks for sharing your home & local knowledge. ~ carol Great week, lots of great sights & snorkeling. / ditto! Turtles, goats, and drinks…oh my! ~ aaron & sabrina The guiding light is a great boat and shane was an awesome captain. ~ chris & audrey All you have to do is tell me your desires and i will do everything possible to make it happen, because your charter will be totally customized to your request. When it comes to food i can help out as much as you like, including provisioning the boat for you, baking homemade bread, and cooking some of my highly regarded dishes and desserts like: • roasted red pepper and tomato soup • feta stuffed roasted peppers • survey soup (lemon, chicken, and artichokes) • lemon pepper flank steak stuffed with cheese and spinach • greek roasted chicken • tequila lime chicken • guatemalan style fish • mango pasta (a wonderful blend of sweet, salty, and spice created aboard guiding light) • cherry pastry (everyone’s favorite) • pears boiled in red wine with a mint chocolate sauce on top • pineapple soufflé • white chocolate cranberry tart There is even a drink of the day during your charter if you would like. What to Expect Onboard: The Guiding Light is a 1997 Lagoon 410. It is hull number 007 (they actually stamped all three digits, to make it James Bond’s boat!). It has four cabins each with a queen size berth, closet, hamper, and footstep. The forward cabins have storage under the floor and berths, in which I installed drawers. The aft cabins each have a 27 horse power Yanmar engine and sail drive under the berths. Plus they have the escape hatches looking into the water, which everyone loves to call the “aquarium”. Both starboard cabins have en-suite heads and the port aft cabin shares the head with me (I have the forward port cabin), because I turned the aft head into a full size shower (one of the best received upgrades I have done). The vessel displaces 16,000 pounds and is 40.5 feet long with a water line of 38.5 feet and a beam of 23.5 feet. It has a draft of 4 feet and the antenna at the top of the mast sits 63.5 feet off the water (very convenient since the standard bridge height on the East Coast ICW is 65 feet). It carried two 26 gallon diesel tanks and a 100 gallon water tank. I have three 255 watt solar panels, which do a good job with my electrical needs.

Captain is included.
A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
6 guests
Cruising Catamaran


Features & Details

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Bar
  • Fishing gear
  • BBQ
  • Bluetooth
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Watersports Equipment
  • Cabin
  • Wheel steering
  • Bimini
  • Inboard Engine
  • Autopilot
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dinghy
  • Dodger
  • Twin Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Inverter
  • Berth
  • Head
  • Furling Headsail

Approximate Location

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Cancellation Policy

50% refund up to 30 days prior.

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