|Cabin type||Use||Private Bath.||Price / person|
|Standard double cabin||Shared||Yes||€ 695|
|Standard double cabin||Single||Yes||€ 1043|
Included in the price
- Skippered sailing voyage
- accomodation in double cabin (single use at 50% surcharge)
- use of yacht and equipment
- sailing guidance and confirmation of nautical miles traveled
- Catering (approx. 150 EUR/person/week)
- Ship costs (approx. 50 EUR/person/week) for fuels, gas, water, harbour and marina fees
- cleaning (80 EUR/ship/week)
- Local tax approx. 12 EUR/person/day
No one on board yet, 2 more persons needed.
Cuba goes beyond all sailors' dreams - a favorable, warm climate year-round, steady winds, unique natural beauty and open-minded hospitable people contribute to this as well as the reliable nautical infrastructure, which is receiving well-aimed promotion and extension by the Cuban government. To the sailor, the whole coast and off-lying islands are fully accessible with the only exception of one prohibited area in the vicinity of the infamous "Bay of Pigs", or Playa Girón Cuban national waters (12 nautical miles off the base line) may not be left and no persons may be taken aboard who are not on the officially approved crew list. About twenty marinas and nautical centers all around Cuba gladly welcome yachts under all flags and offer all conceivable services.
This yacht has infusion-moulding for increased weight saving (important for a catamaran), an optimal structure, and offers greater protection for the environment and shipbuilders. This Lagoon 421 has gull-wing bridge deck for greater comfort in heavy seas, centre beam designed to receive the forestay fitting, the anchor fairlead and the gennaker pole. Above deck has rigid bimini flush with the coachroof for cleaner lines and better protection against the sun.
This itinerary has no additional tips nor activities provied.