When TradeWinds started we only had our Classics; typically 50' four cabin catamarans. It was always a dream of ours to introduce yachts with an even higher quality of service and experience.
In 2011 we purchased our first TradeWinds 70 from Fountain Pajot. The difference in the catamaran was huge! She is 70' long, has six cabins and a cockpit almost the size of our smallest catamaran!
At this point we decided to introduce three 'Classes' of yachts; Cruising, Luxury, Flagship. Today our Members enjoy cruises aboard three classes of catamaran offering three different levels of experience.
With a crew of three to four to look after your every need and the finest food and beverages offer on board to rival the very best gourmet restaurants on shore, you will surely feel like a king or a queen!
This is truly a First Class experience on the seas.
A favorite with our Members and guests!
An amazing level of luxury and space is offered onboard these spacious catamarans, run by a professional crew of two.
Our Power Catamaran is a part of Luxury Class.
With a crew of two, our Cruising Class catamarans serve six to ten guests, depending on the model of the yacht.
Located throughout the Caribbean, Central America and Europe, they deliver exciting and fun experiences.
|In a word||Fun||Spacious||Ultimate|
|Complement of Crew||2||2||3 or 4|
|Stand up paddleboard||Not available||1 paddleboard per yacht||1 paddleboard per yacht|
|Two person (tandem) kayak||1 per yacht||1 per yacht||1 per yacht|
|Snorkel equipment||Available and included||Available and included||Available and included|
|Scuba equipment||Available and included||Available and included||Available and included|
|Average cabin height||6'||7'||7'|
|Double bed size||Standard||Queen||King and Queen|
|Air Conditioning (see details below)||Cabins cooled in the evening||Cabins cooled in the evening||Upon demand|
Most of our guests want air conditioning on our cruises. Whilst this is understandable, we also cruise in some of the most precious, unpolluted waters in the world and as a company, we have a responsibility to try to protect this for both our guests and the next generation.
We believe we have found a good balance between minimizing environmental impact, and giving you a level of comfort aboard.
We encourage you to open hatches and feel the breeze. It's that very breeze that allows us to sail in the first place!
* Please note that sometimes air conditioning breaks. Our crew make every effort to fix things at sea, but air conditioning often requires a specialist technician. We cannot offer any compensation for air conditioning failure.