Catamaran Vivo

Weekly charter rates
$14,000 to $16,500 for up to 8 Passengers

Yacht Vivo Specifications:
Length: 60 Ft
Year launched: 2006
Passenger #: 8
Guest cabins: 4
Queen cabins: 2
Double cabins: 3
Crew #: 2

Yacht Vivo Overview:
A Fountaine Pajot Eleuthera 60', Vivo is ready to welcome guests aboard for a luxury sailing vacation that packs fun, adventure, relaxation and great food into every single day. From the water, the boat's 60 feet of waterline are truly sleek and beautiful and the yacht is admired where ever she goes.Every accommodation feature is beautifully styled to create a perfect atmosphere for relaxation on board. The huge main salon has 2 seating areas, a large table and a settee with a cockpit table. Guests can relax in the air-conditioning under sail to the next destination, or chat with the chef as she prepares the next meal. Most guests prefer to eat and lounge outside in the huge shaded aft seating area. With padded benches on either side and a big teak table for meals, this area is the primary gathering place during charters.Below deck the 4 cabins offer privacy and quiet. Each cabin has full A/C and a private head. A double cabin off of the deck is perfect for kids to have their own space on board, so that up to 8 family members can enjoy their charter vacation without feeling crowded together. This cabin also has an en suite head with sink. The crew will move to the aft cabin for groups of 4 couples for an additional fee.
Vivo sleeps 8 guests in 3 interior cabins and 1 exterior cabin. Each has private head. Climate control in every cabin.

One of the queen cabins splits into a twin with 2 single beds.

Crew details:
Vivo CrewVivo Crew
Crew Profile:

Dropping everything in your life and sailing away to a distant exotic paradise is a thought many people have from time to time; Vivo's Captain Kyle took an idyllic daydream and made it a reality. After purchasing a classic sailboat, Summerwind, in New York he took on the arduous and extensive task of repairs and restorations. Waving good-bye to his home port of Charleston, South Carolina his expedition to explore the Caribbean and the world began; but he decided to compete for the Guinness record for the slowest trip around the world so they are in no rush!

Captain Kyle grew up on boats and the nautical life became his passion. His mother is a hundred ton masters captain as is Kyle's grandfather. He comes from a long lineage of sea-faring folk and spent the majority of his childhood and teenage years apprenticing aboard various vessels. Sailing the Bahamas in his teenage years Kyle quickly became aware that he wanted to make sailing and traveling his life ambition.

Leaving Charleston in March of 2014, he sailed extensively throughout the Bahamas and spent a good bit of time in the out islands before exploring the Providenciales of the picturesque Turks and Caicos. The next stop on his unbeknownst path was the Dominican Republic; he lived in Luperon for a year and ventured through a majority of the country via motorcycle and Jeep. As charming as the DR was, Summerwind was not ready to grow an eco system on her hull, so Puerto Rico was next! Sailing the south shore brought some fantastic fishing and beautiful sights.

Throughout his travels he has made friends, sampled interesting cuisines, and partaken in cultural celebrations. Realizing he had some substantial repairs to attend to on Summerwind, St Croix, USVI became their place of residence for six months until he could sail to their next island St. John, USVI. It is at this point that Kyle was hired to be the next crew of Vivo, as his knowledge of the islands, adventurous spirits were considered to be the ideal assets for a captain serving charter guests.

Katie comes from the Chicago area in the Midwest with a great passion for food, travel and an active lifestyle. She grew up near the lake and would spend summers on the Illinois River and Lake Michigan. She spent a year studying abroad in France, where she truly developed a love of cooking and French wine. She graduated from the University of Illinois with a BA in French and Francophone studies. After college, she spent her time teaching yoga and fitness classes in Chicago as a 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher as well as a Personal Trainer. Katie yearned for more travel in her life though, so she moved to NYC in 2013 to work as a flight attendant for a major global airline. Traveling the world has allowed her to experience many flavors and cultures all across the globe. Katie speaks French, Spanish, Italian and Brazilian Portuguese. She enjoys creating dishes that are both flavorful, unique and healthy, by using fresh, local ingredients whenever possible. Katie is delighted to share her passions with guests to create an unforgettable adventure aboard Vivo.

Water Toys
WakeBoard (Yes)
2-Man Kayak (Yes)
Floating Mats (Yes)
Tube (Yes)
Underwater Camera (Yes)
Other equipment includes:
2 wakeboards (adult and kids) 2 SUPs 1 Tandem Kayak Tube Giant floating Lilly pad 2 Fun Bunz 15 fun noodles 2 full face masks All new Cressi snorkel equipment Drone and camera equipment Bean bag chairs Fishing rods Lobster snare 2 hammocks Tree tent Dinghy Sling Dinghy 2017,14' Caribe with Yamaha 40 HP 4 stroke outboard, console, electric trim and tilt (ideal for Watersports) and comfortable seating. Great boarding area on the bow for less mobile guests/safety
Scuba details
Rendezvous diving can be arranged.
Yacht Amenities
Salon Stereo (Yes)
Deck Shower (Yes)
BBQ (Yes)
Hair Dryer (Yes)
Board Games (Yes)
Hammock (Yes)
  Interested in Vivo?
  Contact Caribbean Catamaran for full details, including rates and availability:
Start date:
Nights (4 min):