AVALON | Lagoon 620 | 4 Cabins | BVI | Tortola | Virgin Gorda
Low Season: $ 30500 per week
High Season: $ 35000 per week
|Yacht Manufacturer||Lagoon Yachts|
|Charter Regions||Virgin Islands|
|Maximum Guests Cruising||8|
|Cruising Speed||10 Knots|
|Motor||2 x Volvo Penta 250HP|
AVALON is a standout Lagoon 620 in the BVI, offering 8 guests the opportunity of the year to discover the Virgin Islands like never before. Whether you're looking to spend most of your time around the North Sound Virgin Gorda or in Anegada, Captain Alex and his team will guarantee you get the most out of your time onboard.
The Lagoon 620 is the most popular catamaran design in the world, offering great volume throughout, topped off with a generous flybridge. Enjoy Captain's cocktails every night, overlooking a different part of BVI paradise.
The forward section on the Lagoon 620 has a sunken cockpit and trampolines, while the aft deck is home to further sunpads and a lovely al fresco dining area to sample Chef Carla's gourmet delights.
Below deck, you have four equal queen cabins, perfectly formed with every comfort for your week's adventure thought the BVI. Each cabin is en-suite with all the extras you would get in your favourite resort.
AVALON offers onboard diving and a full range of towables and water sports for endless hours of fun, no matter your water toy preference. Alex and Carla have a whole guestbook of repeat guests and outstanding testimonials - book your charter today!
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