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Yacht Type:

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Length:

65.5

Beam:

34

Draft:

6

Guests:

10

Crew:

3

Cabins:

5

Helipad:

No

Jacuzzi:

No

AC:

Full

Year Built:

1995

Builder:

Privilege

Max Speed:

12

Yacht Description

SAGITTARIUS is the perfect choice for a fabulous Caribbean sailing holiday. This luxury Privilege 65 catamaran was built by Jeantot/Lombard Marine, the prestigious French shipyard, in 1995 and went through a complete refit in 2012, making her an even more appealing choice today. Her wide beam of 33 ft. makes this yacht extremely spacious, accommodating 10 guests in great style. The interior d'cor is contemporary with light wood flooring and wall panels, cream colored and luxury furnishings. The open salon offers multiple seating areas and features a wet bar, 3D TV entertainment center, formal dining, and wide sliding glass doors leading to the aft deck. The large windows create an airy light ambience by day and at night the upgraded lighting with blue accents create a feeling of refined luxury for socializing. She is fully air-conditioned throughout. Very comfortable and stylish guest accommodations are in four large queen cabins plus an extra large master king cabin. All cabins feature a flat screen TV & DVD, settee/writing desk, fans, and AC controls. Each has its own private en-suite bath with dry shower stalls. The aft deck offers plenty of shade and plenty of seating for relaxing and outdoor dining table. Two large transoms each have wide steps providing easy access to step into or out of the water. The massive foredeck is the place for sun-lovers, with 2 double sized safety trampolines for enjoying the action when underway. SAGITTARIUS offers the best in a stable sailing experience, with state-of-the-art sails, the latest in navigation technology, and 2 Yanmar 140hp engines. Average speeds are 9 knots, with exhilarating top speeds of 12 knots under sail. The crew of SAGITTARIUS are at the ready to ensure your holiday is the trip of a lifetime.

Yacht Accomodations

4 spacious Queen cabins and one very large King cabin, each with en-suite bathrooms with dry shower stalls, settee/writing desk, fans and AC controls. Master has stereo/CD player/ipod dock.
Bed Sizes/Length and width
King: 2.1 M X 2 M
Queens: 164 X 200

The two crew cabins in the bow have two bunk beds each with electric vacuum toilet, shower, a/c - to accommodate four crew, in two cabins totally independent and separate from the guest area.

Safety equipment on board up to 16 pax.

High Price (weekly):

$31,325

Low Price (weekly):

$18,265

Captain Name:

Cristian Sequenzia

Captain Nation:

Italian

Wave Runners:

No

Snorkeling Gear:

Yes

Fishing Gear:

Yes

Onboard Scuba:

Onboard

Other Entertainment

LED Lighting indoor, outdoors and underwater
External Solarium with mattresses for 7 pax
Solar panels
Electric BBQ
5 Hairdryers on board - no need to bring yours!
Double USB smartphone charger in every cabin
New Bluetooth-enabled stereo throughout
New combo Mastervolt battery charter + inverter (useful for making espresso, cappuccino, and ice cream without using generator)

Please ask if guests wish to bring their own electrical devices as the devices must be able to change from 110 volts to 220 volts. Sagittarius has converters but the devices have to support 110/220v. If the device is made only for 110 volts it will not be possible to convert to 220 volts. For all other plugs such as a phone charger Sagittarius has plug adapters.

Other Toys

We have full water ski equipment both for adults and juniors. 2 Stand Up Paddle Boards (one 14 feet x 8" for couples or heavier weight, and one fast 11 feet x 6" for high performances).

Three sun bathing areas (two queen size and three single size in the roof, total 7 pax).

Two inflatables (3 seat banana and 3 seat sofa) and an inflatable high performance knee board.

Boogie Board.

Dinghy has Honda 4 stroke engine with roll bar for wake-board and tow-ring.

No fishing in BVI Waters; Fishing in US Waters only.
Sagittarius has 5 big game fishing rods and 2 standard rods all with lures and equipment

Communications

Free WIFI access via antenna amplifier when connected to any public hotspot on land even if they are quite far. In case of urgent necessity a satellite connection is available at cost.

BVI -we have a powerful WiFi repeater, that can warrant unlimited WiFi when we are close to the Islands.

Grenadines- we can also provide a Digicel temporary subscription

Crew Profile

Winter Season 3 crew: Christian, Ilona and Chef Jack.
Summer Season 2 crew: Cristian and Chef/Stew Ilona


CAPTAIN CRISTIAN SEQUENZIA
Cristian Sequenzia, friends call him Cri (pronounced Cree), is the descendant of a proud and storied ancestry. He grew up in ancient Ortigia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This historic island is at the heart of the naturally fortified harbor of Siracusa, Sicily, Italy. It is the birthplace and homeland of many famous seafarers. Cri, with his knowledge and passion for seamanship, is a credit to these forefathers.

Cri was sailing with his father as far back as he can remember. He had his sea legs before he could run, and was swimming, diving and fishing as a small boy. After college, he went to work for a company that manufactured special parts for yacht construction. He specialized in carbon fiber composites, learning about yachts from the earliest stages of the build process.

In 2012, Cri brought his expertise to Sagittarius’ extensive refit. “When I had the offer to start working on Sagittarius I didn’t think twice. I quit my job to spend a year and a half on board, eight months of refitting and 10 months sailing around Europe and the Caribbean. I love sharing my passion for the sea with our guests; diving, snorkeling, swimming off secret beaches, exploring remote coves, pointing out turtles and birds' nests. I also love having fun water skiing, wakeboarding, and every kind of fishing.” With his many talents and joie de vivre, guests on board Sagittarius are certain to love sharing in all the fun too!

MATE / STEW ILONA FRICOVA
Ilona grew up in an idyllic setting, in a storybook Czech village surrounded by woods. The family’s daily routine included caring for lots of animals and tending the garden. They shared a deep love and respect for nature, animals and people. Ilona’s parents had built a canoe, and the family enjoyed most holidays on rivers and lakes. Together they spent time canoeing, camping and fishing. Ilona got her first fishing license when she was just 10 years old, and she has been fishing ever since. Today, she happily shares fishing and fish prep tips with interested charter guests.

Ilona is very energetic. She excels at all types of sports, including tennis and swimming. She modestly mentions that she “collected a few trophies in snow skiing competitions in the Czech mountains”. She is also an avid diver with many certifications including Rescue and Deep Diver, and has achieved Yachtmaster Coastal Certification. She is a very patient instructor with guests of all ages interested in learning to snorkel, or manage the yacht toys. Family charters are her favorite, organizing activities for everyone to spend quality time together.

Four years ago, Ilona began sailing in the Canary Islands and the Balearics. She recognized immediately that yachting is an amazing facet of the hospitality industry. It ignited her passion. She said, “I kept thinking about people who are very busy, a rushed lifestyle with a stressful daily routine. Almost everyone has experienced this. It can be very difficult to slow down, escape from busy work routines. Everyone needs to relax. My goal is to help by providing guests the time and space to relax, to switch off and re-energize. That is the most important part of a good vacation. I take care to do my best for my guests to have fun and create unforgettable memories. And what a pleasure it is to consider this as a job!”

CHEF JACK ZOPPELLETTO - DOB: 1969
Cristian “Jack” Zoppelletto, grew up with two brothers in a hilly town in the north of Italy. He spent his childhood with family and friends by the sea in coastal Italy, boating, fishing and swimming. He went camping in the beautiful Dolomite mountains, climbing in the Alps and enjoyed collecting mushrooms and cooking.

Jack remained in his hometown of Vicenza for 30 years, working as a chef and as a restaurant owner, until accepting a position and moving to beautiful Lake Garda. Later he enjoyed prestigious positions as a chef, partner, owner and culinary instructor in Courmayeur, Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Barcelona. He attended the Instituto Technico and further expanded his expertise with professional cooking classes, a sommelier and finger food course. While in Barcelona, he organized and taught Italian cooking courses.

Jack says, “I started as a yacht chef in 2014 because I love the sea and the Caribbean atmosphere, culture and very interesting local lifestyle. Plus, fishing, and preparing fish, is a favorite pastime. I find wonderful, fresh products in the markets too, especially fish. I like cooking all international dishes, but being Italian, I specialize in Mediterranean recipes. Guests are very excited with my typical Italian cuisine.” In fact, guests tend to rave about everything Jack sets on the table.

For foodies, a charter aboard SAGITTARIUS is a superb culinary experience. For guests interested in taking home a few cooking tips or recipes, Jack is super enthusiastic about teaching, and loves to share his knowledge and expertise. Whether guests are keen on a real hands-on experience, or prefer to discuss worldwide cuisine and culinary trends over a glass of specially selected wine, Jack is a consummate host.

Photo of the Crew

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