ENTER THE REALM OF PEACE AND TRANQUILITY... on board our affordable catamaran sailing yacht, where the main objective of the professional crew is to insure your idyllic vacation. Sail away to adventures untold at a relaxed pace - the stability of the twin hulls offers the highest degree of comfort while underway or while at anchor. An exhilarating sailing experience for novices and professionals - especially when enjoyed between the pontoons - on the oversize trampolines!
ATTENTION TO DETAIL... is obvious in the custom designed interior. We treat you like Royalty... light, airy spacious salon - a room with beautiful views - watermaker and icemaker. You will find elegant appointments in the three master staterooms. Queen size beds and multimedia entertainment systems. Outside you will find extensive deck space and large trampolines, a large cockpit with comfy cockpit cushions and full rigid bimini. The back end will find you on the large dive platform, with walk-up steps.
Bon Appetit... enjoy delicious meals sure to please the most discriminating gourmet with fabulous wines to match. The stars and the gentle breezes of the tropical trade winds set the atmosphere.
Famous Pirates #3: William Kidd (Scottish, 1645-1701)
A stylish Scotsman who had been a leading citizen of New York City, actively involved in the building of Trinity Church, Captain Kidd began his career as a privateer, originally commissioned to rid the seas of pirates. Only reluctantly, did he cross bounds into piracy (having been elected pirate captain by his crew), although his piracy itself may be questionable as his exploits may have been sensationalized. His greatest misfortune was attacking an East India Company vessel. When he learned that he was hunted for that deed, he buried some of his treasure on Gardiners Island, anticipating its usefulness as a bargaining tool. But, captured in Boston along with his wife, William Kidd was eventually sent to England for trial. He was sentenced to death, some said unjustly, and suffered a wretched execution - the noose by which he was hung broke twice, and after he was killed on the third hanging his body was doused in tar and hung by chains along the Thames River.