Set sail in the stunning San Lorenzo “Blue Deer” Sea Lodge this Winter and explore the Caribbean Virgin Islands and the island of Saint Martin. Over crystalline waters and azure blue seas, let the “Blue Deer” Sea Lodge take you on the ultimate Caribbean adventure.

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A Glimpse of the property

Sleeps Sleeps 10
Sleeps 4 bedrooms
Sleeps 4 bathrooms

The San Lorenzo “Blue Deer” Sea Lodge is the ultimate combination of luxury and freedom, bringing Mediterranean style to the Caribbean seas. Furnished with Italian-made fabrics in hues of blue, grey and white, the catamaran has an expansive open living space and panoramic views, as well as 4 sleeping cabins with private bathrooms. Sleeping up to 10 people, there are 2 VIP double cabins and 2 additional cabins with the option of double or twin beds, as well as space for a 3rd guest in a raised loft-style bed.

Available for charter in the Virgin Islands and island of Saint Martin during the winter, this is the perfect place from which to explore the Caribbean. With up to 6 hours sailing a day, guests have ample opportunity to see the stunning scenery of the Caribbean, or take a break and enjoy the catamaran’s paddle boards, inflatable kayaks, water-skis, fishing gear and more.

During the summer, the San Lorenzo “Blue Deer” Sea Lodge is available to charter in Italy.

Amenities & Services

Champagne on arrival
Free WiFi access (compatibility with the presence of on-board signal)
Videos selection in English, Italian, German, Spanish and French
Daily cleaning
Up to 6 sailing hours per day
Paddleboards x 2
Two man inflatable Sea Kayaks x 2, 4 oars
Seabobs x 2
Wakeboard Scurfer
Inflatable lounger
Beach games
Trawling fishing gear (rods, reels, lures etc.)
Snorkels, masks and fins
Diving equipment for 8 people (no compressor for air tanks on board)
Diving Board
Fitness equipment TRX

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Prices from:
EUR 39500 / Per week

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T: +44 (0) 207 384 6309

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