Lagoon Boats 450 Owner Version

Tortola , British Virgin Islands
# 3922
from $6 096,00 / Week

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The rates include: first & last night at the Charter pontoon; yacht equipment (see Sedna specs); dinghy & outboard engine; linen; towels; snorkeling gear; Charter Guarantee**. 

Mandatory extras: end cleaning; starter pack, handling fees; damage waiver (mandatory in La Paz for operational reasons specific to this destination). 

The rates do not include the following options: provisioning (to choose from a list, or full board possible with a cook); cancellation insurance; transfers base-airport (one-way or return); diesel, fuel and water (to fill up at the end of charter)

**Charter Guarantee: 

All our yachts are very well maintained and undergo regular technical checks. Should a technical failure happen despite our highly professional maintenance, we commit ourselves to repair the failure in the next 4 hours following your call at the base during working hours (8 am to 5 pm). If you lose more than 4 hours (during working hours) we will compensate you one full day. If the repair takes more than 1 day, we will provide you with a similar boat or compensate you on a pro rata basis. In case of emergency you can rely on our hotline, at any time, 7 days a week. The guarantee is valid for technical failures affecting major & important parts of the yacht. If restrictions to this guarantee apply in specific areas, this will be detailed during the charter check-in in the Operator's base 

Cancellation fee: 

More than 90 days $650 

Between 89 to 60 days before charter start 30% of the charter fee 

59 days and less before charter start 100% of the charter 

*One sailing license is mandatory for bareboat charters in Greece, Turkey, Croatia, Brazil, Spain and Italy.

Included a skipper, hostess and a SUP

Infos de bateau

Passenger Capacity
Sleep Capacity
Year Built

Les aménagements

Snorkeling Gear
Inflatable Extras
Boat type
Fishing Gear
Local Cruising Fuel
Not Included
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Lagoon Boats 450 Owner Version
Boat category

Les prix

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$6 096,00
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Discover this tropical paradise, whether on a Tortola boat rental, hiking through Mount Sage National Park, or visiting the beaches of Nanny Cay and Brewers Bay. Calm, peaceful, and clear water is the best situation for sail boating there is, and you’ll get plenty of it on Tortola. Many of the Bays are known for beautifully calm water with beach houses, restaurants, and bars set far back from the water if you want to stop for refreshment.

Things to Do Off the Water- Although it may not seem like a hopping place, Tortola restaurants do liven up at night, and you can frequently find bars where the night life is lively and fun. During the day, hike Sage Mountain National Park with a guide to learn more about the island’s flora and fauna.

Things to Do On the Water- You can fish or snorkel off your boat, or simply enjoy setting sail across the open water. Have a fancy wine tasting aboard your yacht for a truly luxurious experience. No matter what type of boating experience you may have, you’ll be just fine to enjoy a boat in the Caribbean. If you’d rather get up close and personal with the water, surfing is a very popular pastime on Tortola, and lessons can be had on just about any beach. Or go snorkeling in Rhone National Marine Park, where you can swim with dolphins, explore a sunken ship, and more. Paddle board lessons are available nearby as well.

Places to Sail in Tortola- Check out the many other beautiful little bays that are all over the island. From Anegada Island to Smuggler’s Cove, there are plenty of fun places to dock and explore. Brewer’s Bay is a quiet, reserved part of the island, where you can easily focus on simply whiling away the hours. Want some more fun? When you’re done with your Tortola boat rental for the day, you can head to the Rhone National Marine Park, where swimming with dolphins, surf lessons, and stand-up paddle lessons are always available.

Things to Do On Your Next Vacation- One of the most popular attractions on Tortola is the shopping, and visitors frequently flock to the shopping area off the cruise ships that dock at the island. If you want to avoid the crowds, you can head over to the Road Town Shore Tour, a partially on sea, partially on land tour where you’ll get to see the island from a brand new perspective. This is a five-hour tour, so be sure to clear your schedule! Lunch is included, and you’ll be snorkeling as part of this tour.