Thursday, April 20, 2006

Cricket World Cup 2007 - Caribbean Yacht Charters, Grenada-Barbados

Charter a yacht for your group to follow the 2007 Cricket World Cup in the West Indies of the Caribbean.

Cuan Law, the 105-foot trimaran, are available for the Cricket World Cup 2007 for a 20-person, 16-night charter beginning 13 April 2007 in St. Georges, Grenada and finishing up on 29 April 2007 in Bridgetown, Barbados. An alternative pick-up point is Rodney Bay, St. Lucia.

For this special 16-night charter for a group of 20, the charter fee will be approximately $160,000 to $165,000 (US Dollars). This rate includes lodging, all meals, bar and beverages aboard Cuan Law, cruising taxes/harbour fees, crew gratuity, delivery fees. It does not include dockage or personal communications. Please inquire with Paradise Connections Yacht Charters for details.

Cuan Law, the world's large sailing trimaran at 105 feet, is air conditioned and accommodates up to 20 guests in 10 staterooms, each with ensuite toilet and shower facilities. Guest staterooms can be configured with either Queen-sized beds or Twins.

Besides this special Cricket World Cup 2007 tour charter, Cuan Law charters in the British Virgin Islands and also St. Maarten / St. Martin, including Saba. Specialty charters include PADI Dive Instructor Courses a couple of times a year. Cuan Law offers "full-boat" private charters and also individual cabin charters where you share the yacht with others. Cuan Law is best known for their dive charters but diving is not a must! There are plenty of other activities as well!

Please contact Paradise Connections Yacht Charters for more details concerning chartering the trimaran Cuan Law for your next sailing and diving vacation.