Crewed Catamarans Available in US Virgin Islands. Pick up your boat in St. Thomas, USVI.

Sail the USVI''s for seven nights/8 days with captain and chef.

COVID-19 Catamaran
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14 All-Inclusive Catamarans in the US Virgin Islands.
Many of our customers inquiring have had their vacations canceled and are now searching for available catamarans especially since the US Virgin Islands are now back open for business. Due to COVID - 19 there are many boats listed to charter that are not available due to the current location of the catamaran and status of the working crew aboard. This seems to be causing some confusion in our industry and also consuming a lot of time in the catamaran search for our clients.

We, therefore, ensured that our current list of crewed yacht catamarans are available and we have pre-checked their availability, location, and crew. The Catamaran Company can verify that these 14 catamarans have an excellent reputation and are operating as a successful charter catamarans in the US Virgin Islands.
Featured Catamarans: All-inclusive Catamarans in the US Virgin Islands.

Please inquire about current promotions. There are too many discounts to list!
COVID-19 Cleaning Policy- US Virgin Islands:

We have aligned our cleaning procedures following the lead of major hotel chains, airlines and other yacht charter organizations along with the guidance of global experts and authorities including the WHO, CDC, and the USVI government.


7 night Itinerary starting in ST. Thomas - US Virgin Islands.

Day 1: 12 pm -Pickup at American Yacht Harbordock in St. Thomas -Lunch upon arrival then sail over to the famous Caneel Bay, St. John, USVI for an afternoon of snorkeling or beachcombing. Relaxing sail to Maho Bay, St. John. Enjoy paddle boarding, a walk on the beach or snorkeling with the sea turtles. Watch the sunset while enjoying cocktails and

Letters From Hugh Murray:
President of The Catamaran Company.

"We Will Continue To Go The Distance with our Clients and staff...."
We are being inundated with questions as to what a charter boat Owner should do if he has stopped receiving his income from his charter company. The internet is rife with those armchair ‘experts’ advising these unfortunate Owners to ‘just go get your boat’, ‘sue the thieves’ or ‘cut your charter company a break’. It is fair to assume that this situation is going to get a lot worse before it gets much better and trying to put a timeframe on the end of the disaster and the start of the recovery is simply impossible. Working out how long the recovery will then take is no easy feat either.

There are no easy answers here but there are some things that should be borne in mind when trying to come to the correct conclusion. This economic disaster has affected the entire charter industry but not all charter companies have suspended making owner payments so it is certainly not a good sign if some companies continue to pay and others do not.phrases like "for a limited time only" or "only 7 remaining!"
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