Welcome aboard the luxurious 13.6 meter catamaran S/V Sunsational. This French built masterpiece is large, open and bright, with lots of fresh air.

45' Luxury Catamaran Sunsational
13.6 meter Wauquiez Kronos Catamaran

 

Large covered cockpit
Large covered cockpit

  • The large open cockpit is where most of the exquisite meals will be served.
  • Cockpit Shade Bimini
  • Covered Cockpit Cushions

Large Bright Salon
Light, Airy and Spacious Salon

The large luxurious salon offers indoor seating should the weather turn poor.

There are 3 Queen Staterooms.

  • Private ensuite bathroom & shower
  • Beautiful Canadian Maple woodwork through-out
  • Luxury high-thread count Egyptian cotton sheets in your choice of flannel or satin
  • Opening ports and quiet high-volume fans
  • 24" flat-screen TV with over 10,000 TV shows and movies, and 12,000 songs, and that also provides internet access
  • 120 volt and 240 volt outlets
  • USB charging ports
  • QI Wireless Phone Charger
  • Bluetooth Speakers

Famous Pirates #11: Calico Jack (English, 1682-1720)

The pirating activities of John Rackham, or Calico Jack as he was known in reference to the striped trousers and coat he wore, began when as quartermaster, he seized control of his captain's ship. Charles Vane, unfortunate pirate captain of the ship Treasure, had failed to attack a French man-of-war, which so infuriated Calico Jack, he set up a protest, and supported by his fellow crew members, placed Vane and his allies on a small sloop and sent them on their way. Sometime later, Calico Jack met Anne Bonny on the island of New Providence. He persuaded her to leave her husband and she joined him on his ship dressed as a man. A second female pirate, Mary Read, was already part of Calico Jack's crew, and like Anne, dressed as a man. Anne and Mary were both on board when a pirate-hunter under the orders of Royal Governor Woodes Rogers', attacked their ship in 1720. During the fight, Calico Jack cowered in the hold along with the crew, leaving Anne and Mary  to fend off the attackers on deck. They lost the battle and Calico Jack was sentenced and hanged.

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