Currently based in the British Virgin Islands, ORION attended this year’s Antigua Charter Yacht Show, where she showcased her unique cabin arrangement, which is ideal for families with young children.
Housed in the starboard pontoon, the master suite is adjoined by a kid’s cabin, dubbed as the Pirate’s Den, which contains two double beds and a small child’s bed. This family apartment-style layout is ideal for accomodating several children and a nanny.
A VIP stateroom and double cabin in the starboard pontoon, offering flexible sleeping arrangements, make up the accommodation offer. In total, the catamaran can sleep eight guests, and each cabin benefits from portholes, allowing guests to keep in touch with the stunning surrounds of the British Virgin Islands.
A dining table and comfortable seating, enhanced by rich timbers, make up the main salon, and an alfresco dining and seating area provide spaces for relaxation and socialising outside while undertaking a Caribbean island-hopping adventure.
Water toys on board include two wakeboards, a two-man kayak, a 16-foot sailing catamaran, snorkelling equipment and high-performance fishing reels. This ensures charter guests can make the most of the azure waters of the British Virgin Islands that are teeming with spectacular marine life.
Children will also enjoy diving off the bow and climbing back up the stern steps, which make the Caribbean waters easily accessible.
One of the largest and most powerful catamarans in the global charter fleet, she can reach a maximum speed of 18 knots and cruises at eight knots.
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27m Catana, 2008