HEAVENLY


Specifications

Yacht Length: 62 Feet

Crew Size: 2

Yacht Passengers: 8

Cabins: 4

Queen: 4


About this Yacht

A Lagoon 620 luxury edition, sailing catamaran, Heavenly, certainly lives up to her name. As you step on board in to a beautifully appointed cockpit, complete with teak floors and dining table for eight and a plush lounging bench, you immediately know you are in for a treat on Heavenly. The cockpit is complete with a grill, beverage fridge and an icemaker to help keep those umbrella drinks flowing. The flybridge is a key space that is accessed via wide, safe stairs. Take in the amazing turquoise water with 360° views and enjoy the up-close view of the sails. What a breath-taking experience to see them in action as you cruise island to island. The flybridge is also a great place to read your favorite page turner on the great sofa bench and also a favorite spot for appetizers and cocktails at sundown. Is it 5 o’clock yet? The main salon is comfortable and luxurious with open spaces and natural light fed by all the windows surrounding you. With the galley-down you and your guests will enjoy privacy from the busy galley and if you choose, a late-night movie. All four guest cabins are spacious with large windows and offer plenty of natural light. For your comfort, every cabin offers queen sized beds and private baths with dedicated shower stalls as well as flatscreen TVs and a Fusion stereo system for both central and individual cabin control. The high level of finishing throughout every cabin reflects the luxury that you would expect from a yacht of this caliber. With all the different areas on Heavenly, there’s something for everyone. Whether you want to play in the water, socialize, or relax with a good book, guests are sure to have a week that can only be described as divine.

Call us or email us for more information about HEAVENLY. You can reach our office at 1.941.914.1187 or Email Us. We’ll find a charter that fits your style, budget, and interests.

Crew Info:

Captain Dan Szymczak has been enamored of the sea since his grandfather, a fisherman and clammer, first showed him a chart of Long Island Sound. Dan spent his youth in southern Connecticut on both fresh and saltwater kayaking, sailing, and fishing. His love of water sports, craft cocktails, and trivia will help make your vacation unparalleled.

While teaching English literature and public speaking at several colleges in New York City, Dan couldn’t help but feel the desire to be on the water, and this led to his career in yachting, working on a schooner in Manhattan. He then transitioned into eco-tourism, where he wowed guests by driving them to see cracking glaciers and breeching whales in Southeast Alaska and mega pods with thousands of dolphins in the Baja peninsula. He’s also an accomplished expedition leader, leading hikes to spot local wildlife, and he has extensive knowledge of both birds and sea life alike.

Dan first met Chutney on a delivery from South Florida to Newport, and since then, they’ve been inseparable. And together their passion for travel has taken them from South Florida to Maine, the Dead Sea, and Turkey. Their passion for travel includes meeting new people and making friends wherever they go. They look forward to meeting you too!



Chef Chutney was born and raised on a sailboat in the Caribbean, where her parents first instilled in her a love of travel and the water. Her mother, who was also a charter chef, first taught her the ins and outs of cooking in a galley. Having grown up in the Caribbean, Chutney’s passion and knowledge of the Virgin Islands is second to none. Additionally, she loves hiking, paddle boarding, snorkeling, local wildlife, and she has a passion for providing delicious and healthy meals to her friends and guests.

She has traveled extensively to such places as Thailand, Central and South America, the Middle East. She’s also spent much time in Europe, as a member of the Virgin Islands winter Olympic team. In all her travels, she has immersed herself in the international culinary community, and these experiences have informed and molded her cuisine.

She holds a USCG captain’s license, and although she worked as a captain for many years, her true love has always been food, and five years ago, she switched from the wheelhouse to the galley by becoming a yacht chef.

Having refined her culinary skills working as a chef on both private and charter yachts up and down the Eastern Seaboard, she is thrilled to be back at home on a sailboat in the Caribbean.
With over 15 years in the yachting industry, Chutney is well prepared to serve you, your family, and friends unforgettably tasty meals.