Xenia 74 - Privilege 745
XENIA 74 is the flagship of Fleet Xenia, the most awarded catamaran fleet in the caribbean, and is the only Privilege 745 available to charter in the Caribbean. She is a true luxury charter catamaran that combines both luxury and comfort for a wonderful sailing adventure. Accommodating up to 8 guests in 4 contemporary and well appointed lavishly furnished cabins, this deluxe catamaran has one king master cabin, (makes an extraordinary honeymoon suite) and three equal queen cabins.
With a stellar crew of 4, XENIA 74 offers first class comfort and plenty of fun and breathtaking 360-degree views, set up for an upscale tone of understated elegance.
There is an abundance of external living space on board: located above the main cockpit, the teak stairs will take you to the generous fly bridge with a second al-fresco dining area, complimented by further seating and sunbathing space. The higher bridge deck provides quieter and comfortable sailing.
The spacious master cabin is truly spectacular, occupying the entire forward section of the yacht. The large, deluxe bathroom has dual sinks and a luxurious bathtub. The spacious bedroom has a romantic, king size bed and lovely settee, perfect for relaxing with a glass of wine and a good book. Opening hatches over the bed allow guests to enjoy cooling trade wind breezes.
All in all, she is the perfect yacht to unwind and relax under the Caribbean sun and be pampered by her service from the spectacular crew of 4!
Built: 2010 / Ref: 2015
Guests: 8 / Cabins: 4
4.00 m tender with 40 HP 2 stroke
8 man floating island
(2) Stand-up paddle boards
(2) SeaDoo underwater scooters
(1) Subwing submersible tow device for free-diving and spinning
(4) floating mats with shade
(4) floating chairs
BVI Registered Fishing Vessel
Flybridge with plenty of seating, fridge and ice maker
Every guest cabin has a 27" LED Apple TV with SatTV, hundreds of movies on our server.
Dishes are bone china.
High quality sheets and linens
Goose down comforters and pillows.
PRICES & OFFERS
|Winter 2020/2021||US Dollars||(Caribbean Terms) Inclusive||$44,000||$45,000||$46,000||$47,000||$48,000||$49,000||$50,000|
|Summer 2021||US Dollars||(Caribbean Terms) Inclusive||$39,600||$40,500||$41,500||$42,300||$43,200||$44,100||$45,000|
All rates are for the entire yacht and are subject to change without notice prior to actual reservation. An additional premium maybe applied for Holiday Periods such as Christmas and New Year.
1 King master suite with luxurious bathtub
3 queen master suites.
All cabins have private ensuite electric heads. Yacht is fully air-conditioned.
Born in Cheshire in the UK, Tony enjoyed an idyllic childhood, and took up sailing as a young boy when his father built a sailing dinghy in their garage. He went on to captain his first yacht at 16, delivering a boat along the south coast of England. Tony is now RYA Ocean Yacht master and BVI Boat Master 100 Ton License Grade 1 with over 40,000 sea miles. In 1981 he was awarded a BSc (Safety and Hygiene) from the Engineering Department of Aston University which started a career as a Sales Engineer. This took him onto oil rigs, down coal mines, into sweet factories and every kind of industry in the UK. A career change led him into a rewarding time as a teacher where within three years he had a Masters Degree in Primary Education and employment as an Advisory Teacher. He went on to run a project for Greenwich Education Authority in London providing services to the 300 schools throughout Greenwich. Tony continued his interest in sailing and when his thoughts turned to travelling he sought out and purchased his yacht Roxane in Spain. He lived on her whilst teaching in London where he met Kate (the lucky chap!).
Kate was born in Malta and spent her childhood in Northern Ireland, the UK and Hong Kong. As soon as she could, she left home and carried on travelling, spending several years working in the summers and travelling in the winters. Eventually after buying a house, she settled in London and took up sailing. Deciding that a boat would be much more interesting than a house, she bought a Dutch barge instead and lived on it in a marina in the centre of London. Being paired with Tony and winning in a dinghy race one day led to the start of their relationship which was celebrated with the winning prize of a lottery ticket on the first ever National Lottery. They won 10 pounds - and have been laughing about life together ever since.
Kate has been in the food preparation industry since 1984 and for several years was the manager of a small food retail chain throughout the railway stations of London. She has worked as a chef on yachts and in villas since 1999 and has loved pretty much every moment. She has attended a culinary course in France and has a food certificate from her early days in the food industry in London. Kate's close involvement in life in France has enabled her to learn firsthand the delights and rewards of delicious French cuisine. She has expanded her culinary skill and knowledge throughout her life. Kate has recently contributed to a recipe book with other top chefs from the island and appeared on the local TV show "Gourmet Galley with Chef Lisa". In addition to her chef and management duties at Golden Pavilion, Kate has also provided chef services for other prestigious villas and establishments, notably the Governor of the British Virgin Islands and the owners of Amway at Peter Island Resort. Kate and Tony enjoy an adventurous and busy life together and embrace hard work with vitality and enthusiasm. Charming, fun and great company, they are complete all-round hospitality winners. They work well together under pressure and routinely handle all that the hospitality and sailing world may demand of them and have fun on the way.
Born and raised in the southern tip of Africa, I spent many a holiday on safari with my family where my love for the outdoors has grown deeper with every trip. But even in these early days the attraction of water was strong, and I ended up pursuing that as an open water swimmer. After school the oceans started calling and I soon realised where my true passion lay. I started my journey of yacht training and diving courses. I worked for a time on The Sustainable Seas Trust vessel, Boaz. This enabled me to accumulate not only invaluable experience but also notch up some sea miles. Following this an opportunity opened up for me working for a fleet of large charter catamarans in the fascinating country of Turkey. Today, learning not only yachtsmanship but the skills required in the hospitality industry. I am a now a qualified RYA Offshore skipper and also an enthusiastic PADI Dive Master. Enjoying every moment above and below the waves I am now starting a new adventure with Xenia 74 and living my dream in the Caribbean. I cannot wait to share the wonders of the BVI and the reefs with our guests.
TBA - Stewardess
"The Yacht was first class. Very clean and organized. Cabins were all very nice size especially the master. Cockpit and dining area were spacious and provided us all the shade we needed as there was a lot of sun! We loved the underwater scooters and just snorkeled every chance we had at each place we docked. The boys also enjoyed water skiing, wakeboarding and tubing and some of the areas they found were smooth as glass. Kate followed the Pref sheets to a "T". She knew what every of us liked (and disliked) and was perfect each meal. We told Kate she needs to publish her cookbook as each meal was Gourmet, colorful and so tasty. FIVE star all the way! We were very lucky to get Tony, Kate, Nic and Katie and all were perfect in their roles and they worked so hard to make sure we were comfortable and had all we needed always. We really enjoyed everyone. Could have stayed for another week! We determined the pace and they asked us each day what WE wanted. We just went ashore a few times as we just loved the boat and the water but the places we went too were very picturesque. We loved it and would recommend this to anyone. We are very well traveled and this was by far our best vacation." - August 2019
We were four couples celebrating important wedding anniversaries and wanted the best. The Xenia 74 boat, accommodations, crew, meal service and sailing experiences EXCEEDED all expectations as we spent the week recently sailing among the British Virgin Islands. The Xenia 74 is 74.5 feet long catamaran with a handsome and magnificent master bedroom and three other bedrooms all with top notch out fittings and superb air conditioning. Captain Tony with 20 years of experience provided smooth sailing and excellent access to snorkeling, scuba and beach combing sites. Chef Kate in our unanimous opinion is the BEST in the Caribbean. From elegant omelets and fresh made croissants in the morning to wonderful salads for lunch and perfectly cooked to preferences fish, chicken, lamb chops and steak at dinner we were blown away by her preparations. Did we mention the fluffy pancakes, the decedent French Toast or what she does with balsamic glacé? Desserts were also superb. Her chocolate raspberry cake has to be the best in the Western Hemisphere. We did stop one day for an on shore lunch at Cooper Island for local lunch and ice cream. Go a bit before noon to get your orders in and proper choice of tables before hoards arrive. We brought along a case of our favorite wines which were amply fortified by the Xenia 74 inventory of American and French wines. There is an extensive variety and supply of various liquors on board .Additional crew members Katie and Nick provided superb support and added tremendously to our wonderful experience. This was a marvelous once in a lifetime wish made perfect by this handsome boat and superb crew. Booking on any lesser boat would be a shame and missed opportunity for perfection. We should have booked for two weeks!" - June 2019
LOVED EVERY MINUTE! Decadent Crazy Fun. Thank you Tony for taking great care of us! Events to remember - Tony’s dancing, music, all of Kate’s meals!!! Beautiful presentation and delicious! Thank You Kate for cooking ALL vegan for Ken and Car. We loved it!
Tony, Kate, Katie and Nic all have a place to stay if you come down San Diego way! Steve, Jen, Scott, Sophie, Mick, Joanne, Kennedy, Carley - March 2019