Ocelot - Lagoon 52F
Ocelot is a 2016 Lagoon 520 owner's version offering a spacious master cabin + 3 other Queen guest cabins. All guest cabins have en-suite electric heads with vanity and separate shower stalls. There is also a 5th bunk cabin that offers two single berths and crew will swap out for a queen upon request. Ocelot has nice natural lighting and ventilation throughout the yacht plus full air-conditioning.
The yacht offers alfresco dining in the cockpit and will comfortably accommodate 8 guests at the table. The salon will also seat up to 8 guests for dining or just relaxing in the A/C. There is plenty of options for sunbathing and lots of places to kick back in the shade as well. Whether you are looking for a fun family adventure or a Caribbean getaway with friends, Ocelot is ready to welcome you on the sailing trip of a lifetime!
Built: 2016 / Refit: 2019
Guests: 8 / Cabins: 4
Tender 4.00 m with 40HP
Waterski for Adults and Children
2 X SUP
Fishing rods (2)
PRICES & OFFERS
|Currency||Terms||2 Pax||3 Pax||4 Pax||5 Pax||6 Pax||7 Pax||8 Pax|
|Winter 2020/2021||US Dollars||(Caribbean Terms) Inclusive||$20,500||$21,250||$22,000||$22,750||$23,500||$24,250||$25,000|
|Summer 2021||US Dollars||(Caribbean Terms) Inclusive||$20,500||$21,250||$22,000||$22,750||$23,500||$24,250||$25,000|
|Winter 2021/2022||US Dollars||(Caribbean Terms) Inclusive||$20,500||$21,250||$22,000||$22,750||$23,500||$24,250||$25,000|
SPANISH VIRGIN ISLANDS charters happily accepted!
LESS THAN 7 NIGHT CHARTERS: For 6 nights divide by 7N X 6N. For less than 6 nights, divide by 6N X number of nights.
MINIMUM NIGHTS: 6 inquire for less
BVI PORT FEE: Add $400 each end for BVI ports other than West End or Jost
SLEEP ABOARD Sleep aboard the night before charter dates. Available for $200 per cabin per night, with a 3 cabin minimum. Includes snacks, welcome cocktails & continental breakfast. Dinner is to be taken ashore at client expense. EXCLUDES: Christmas and New Year's weeks.
HALF-BOARD OPTION: Includes 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches & 3 dinners, happy hour canapes, standard ships bar and snacks. Other meals ashore at client expense.
2@$20,200 3@$20,800 4@$21,400 5@$22,000 6@$22,600 7@$23,200 8@$23,800
LOCAL FARE OPTION: Includes 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 6 dinners, happy hour canapes, standard ships bar and snacks. Other meals ashore at client expense.
2@$20,350 3@$21,025 4@$21,700 5@$22,375 6@$23,050 7@$23,725 8@$24,400
CHRISTMAS/NEW YEARS: 7 night minimum, VIRGIN ISLANDS
CHRISTMAS 2019: 1-8 pax $29,000 with 6N minimum prorated, must end on or before December 26th
NEW YEARS: 1-8 pax $33,000, December 27th start or later
Summer Base Port: Virgin Islands
Summer Operating Area: Caribbean Virgin Islands
Winter Base Port: Virgin Islands
Winter Operating Area: Caribbean Virgin Islands
SPANISH VIRGIN ISLANDS charter accepted.
Prices are subject to change without prior notice.
4 guest queen cabins each with private en-suite electric head, vanity and separate shower. Crew have separate twin bunk cabin and private head. Entire yacht is full air-conditioned for client comfort.
Devan was born and raised on Long Island. Having a father who was a captain and growing up with boats right in the backyard, being out on the water very quickly became her escape. She started dreaming about sailing around the world around the age of 10, before she'd ever stepped foot onto a sailboat. Little did she know where life would take her.
She went to college at UNC Charlotte in NC where she pursued a degree in Civil Engineering. After she graduated she spent 2 years in the highly competitive NYC construction industry as a project manager, utilizing her skills both in the office and out on the job sites. Then one Friday evening, after an especially exhausting 60+ hour work week, she had an epiphany. She quit her job and within two weeks, moved out to Hawaii where she was able to get a job as a deckhand on a sailing catamaran. And that was it; she was hooked. She spent a couple years doing term charters in the Hawaiian Islands, some time sailing around Southeast Asia and the south Pacific, and then moved to NZ for a year to work on a private motor yacht. When she's not working or playing on boats, you can find her scuba diving, cliff jumping, hiking or playing beach volleyball. Anything to get her adrenaline pumping.
Devan has logged over 5,000nm of blue water sailing and of all of the places she's been, has without a doubt fallen in love with these islands. She is a high energy captain eager to show her guests all of the hidden gems the Virgin Islands have to offer, both above and below the water.
Therefore, each charter is different and can be tailored specifically to the group’s interests and desired locations. Aside from being a 100ton USCG Master, she also holds her STCW 10, First Aid/CPR/AED and is a certified PADI Divemaster.
And then we have First Mate/Chef, Tim Montgomery, who has finally found a way to combine his passions for cooking, traveling, and making friends from all walks of life a reality. After working nearly a decade in landlocked, stressful kitchens, he decided to pursue a more relaxed living situation in the Caribbean. Tim prides himself on preparing high end meals dedicated to sourcing fresh quality local ingredients for his guests.
Tim began his career working under one of the United States top chefs, Carl McConnell. During this time, Tim honed his skills by working endless hours preparing James Beard nominated
dishes at the widely acclaimed restaurant Stone Soup Cottage in St. Louis Missouri. After attending culinary school and furthering his education, he decided to leave the nest to go and
see the world. He landed an incredible job working for the global eco-tourism company partnered with National Geographic, Lindblad Expeditions. He spent two years taking advantage of Nat Geo's extensive itineraries sailing up and down the west coast, cooking in places he had never dreamed he’d see and traveling between stints on their boats.
For the past two years, Tim’s been living and working on sailing catamarans in the Caribbean.
He takes pleasure in bringing guests together with his family-style dining approach or by wowing them with exquisitely plated dishes. An avid scuba diver, adventurer, and naturalist, join him by snorkeling the Caribbean reefs and helping him snare lobster for that night’s appetizer. A passionate musician, you can usually find him at night on the aft deck with a dark n' stormy strumming a few tunes or playing a gig with friends at local bars when not on charter. At the end of the day, his goal is to ensure everyone is having an amazing time leading to lifelong friendships by the end of the trip.
Ocelot sailing experience is truly amazing. Between our 3 couples, we have traveled the world and this week with this yacht and crew is our favorite travel experience. The moment you board the boat, they make you feel at home. The boat has an abundance of lounging areas that allowed all of us to find places to relax and enjoy sailing. The captain is a knowledgeable captain, taking us to islands, snorkeling spots, and luxurious bays each day. Last but certainly not least, the chef’s cooking is delicious! She has a sweet way of catering to each guest and for us she was truly the gem of the Caribbean. This is the trip you can’t miss. Can’t wait to sail again.
So much more personal than larger excursions - classy, yet laid back and relaxed! We were coming by ferry from St Thomas, so to simplify logistics, the crew arranged to dock their boat at the private dock just outside the bar at the ferry terminal. They are so warm and hospitable - effortlessly managing sailing while also serving homemade snacks & libations and entertaining guests with stories about their beautiful vessel and the local area! We truly enjoyed and absolutely recommend this experience! Equally delightful for those who have been sailing before, as well as those who want to see it for the first time.
Thank you so much for an amazing vacation aboard Ocelot At first I wasn't sure if having our entire family trapped on a boat was a good idea....but it ended up being an incredible experience and my favorite getaway yet. The food was fantastic and I still don't know how the chef was able to prepare it all in that little boat kitchen. I had so much fun snorkeling, jumping off the boat, paddle boarding, laying in the bean bag chair and going to Foxy's. We got to do a little of everything! Thank you I wish I could stay longer.