All our boats are part of fleets of professional charter companies, therefore they all are insured. The deposit represents the insurance excess of the boat itself. This covers any accidental damage caused by you or your fellow passengers and aims to ensure that all the contractual obligations are met (e.g. at the checkout when you return the boat to the marina). It is given to the boat manager before setting sail and is returned at the end of the trip after the boat has been inspected and if there is no damage.
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Imagine waking up every morning in this Lagoon 620 and having the chance to spend the day exploring the best natural coves in the Lesser Antilles and all the hidden bays that would be otherwise unreachable by land and where you can just drop the anchor and spend some time at the sea.
The catamaran is generally chosen for the level of comfort that it offers to its guests. In fact, the central living space connecting the two hulls provides a lot of available space on board.
If you are not willing to save on the space, this is the Catamaran made for your family vacation or holiday with friends. In fact, this Lagoon 620 can host crews up to 10 people to provide the ultimate yacht charter experience.
Where is this Lagoon 620? The port of the departure is Nelson's Dockyard Marina, in Antigua and Barbuda. What are the best routes in Antigua and Barbuda? The chance of creating your own itinerary gives you the chance to shape it in order to check exactly the places you are interested in discovering.
If you want to just sit back and relax on this Lagoon 620, there is the chance to request service crew members in order to make your sailing vacation completely stressfree. Add a Skipper to pilot this Catamaran for you and your crew, a Hostess to keep the boat clean and tidy, or even a Cook if you wish to add a touch of exclusivity to your sailing holiday.