Weekly from

$20,250

SOMETHING WONDERFUL

17.7 m

/ 58 ft

| Leopard

| 2014

Weekly from

$20250

+ all expenses

Daily from

$100,000

+ all expenses

There is no charge or implied commitment

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8 Guests

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4 Cabins

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2 Crew

Among the many intriguing features of the Leopard 58, the expansive flybridge with seating for up to 10 people and a large coffe table is one of the most exciting. It is perfect for lounging and taking in beautiful panoramic views and watching movies on the 82' outdoor theater screen.
The large open aft deck and forward cockpit offer another choice with ample space for alfresco dining and lounging.  The flybridge, the aft deck and forward cockpit are all covered in TekDek, a lightweight, high impact simulated teak. 

SOMETHING WONDERFUL accommodates 8 guests in 4 cabins.

The Master Suite is situated on the main deck, with a queen bed surrounded by large windows allowing you to take in the views. The Master Cabin can be closed off from the Main Salon with sliding doors, creating a Master Suite, with your own private office space. To complete the suite, there are forward-leading doors from both the office and the Master Cabin to allow access to the Master cockpit, where you can enjoy a quiet drink in the sun with hors d’oeuvres on your lounge chair.

Two guest cabins have queen-sized beds, en suite bathrooms and plenty of closet space.

The third guest cabin has two side-by-side twin beds, an en sujite bathroom and closet space.

Each of the lower deck cabins has full-view windows and an overhead hatch, both in the cabin and in the bathroom, with a blackout shutter and screen. Each cabin is equipped with its own air conditioning unit, a separate fan and a TV set with an individual Apple TV unit.

Please note – unless otherwise discussed, the crew will occupy the smaller starboard aft queen cabin. They are happy to accommodate your needs by moving to the twin cabin to make three queen cabins available.  Please be sure to let us know in advance.

 

Specifications

BUILT

2014

BEAM

8.5 m

FLAG

Cayman Islands

EXTERIOR DESIGN

Robertson & Caine

DRAFT

1.8 m

CRUISING SPEED

14.8 kph

STABILISERS

None

ENGINES

2 X 100hp

Amenities

BBQ

Deck shower

Exercise equipment

Fishing gear - light

Special diets

Swim platform

Bluray player saloon

CD library

Cell phone

Cinema

DVD library

DVD player saloon

Games console

Indoor audio system

iPod dock

Media movie server

Satellite phone

Streaming online media

TV all cabins

TV saloon

Wi-Fi

Assorted water toys

Board games

Floating Mats

Kayak

Kneeboard

Paddleboards multiple

Swimming noodles

Tube - towable

Wakeboard

Water skis - adult

Water skis - child

Crew certified

Diving by arrangement

Diving lights

Seabob

Snorkelling gear

Underwater still camera

Underwater video

Accommodation and Layout

SOMETHING WONDERFUL accommodates 8 guests in 4 cabins.
The full-width master suite on the main deck has a queen size bed, en suite bath with shower and toilet and a private cockpit forward.  The adjoining study and bedroom can be open or closed off from each other.   On family charters a blow-up mattress bed for a child can be made up in the office.
 
Two guest cabins have queen size beds and en suite baths with a shower and toilet.  One guest cabin has two twins and an en suite bath with a shower and toilet. The addition of a filler mattress makes one large bed in this cabin. 
 
The crew occupies the stbd aft queen cabin which is slightly smaller than the other guest cabins. By prior arrangement, the crew will move to the twin cabin and make the aft queen available to guests.
 
SOMETHING WONDERFUL is fully air conditioned throughout.  
 
8' headroom in the salon and master cabin
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Crew profile


Captain

Paul is from Greater Manchester, UK and has been sailing since the age of four. He was brought up dingy sailing and successfully campaigned many highly competitive seasons in dinghy classes. Paul has sailed the Caribbean, Pacific, East Coast of the USA and the UK. With such a love for the sea it was only natural that Paul wanted to add the qualifications to match his experience and establish a career as a captain. For two years Paul studied watersports activity leadership at Falmouth Marine School. He has a commercially endorsed Yachtmaster Offshore 200 ton and has undertaken an approved engineers course in the UK. He is also a PADI Divermaster and has dived worldwide. Paul has been managing and operating yachts for 10 years. One of the highlights was winning Best in Show at the British Virgin Islands charter yacht show in 2011.

Chef/1st Mate

Chef/Mate Kerry N. Murphy has a fun and outgoing personality and loves meeting people from all walks of life, differing backgrounds and of all ages. After working as a Fund Accountant for an Investment Management company in Liverpool, England, it was in 2001 with her love of adventure and challenge; Kerry changed her passions of sailing and diving into her career. Kerry has always loved to cook in her spare time and has completed an advanced culinary course in London. As a chef/hostess, she is both friendly and attentive to guests’ needs and wants. This skill has come from experience in the hospitality industry throughout Europe, the Mediterranean and Central America. Kerry is a qualified PADI Staff Dive Instructor. As well as teaching continuing education courses, she has greatly enjoyed introducing many new students to diving, including children. Kerry is a native of the UK and when not sailing and diving she enjoys riding motorcycles, traveling, and trying new activities. Her passion for adventure is infectious and will open a whole new world to you, her special guest!

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