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chef Simon

Chef Simon is a Swedish crew member on board vessel Aquanimity. We did a special day charter this month with some great guests on board Aquanimity. Chef Simon catered to these guests and cooked a wonderful meal for everyone that nobody was disappointed with. Everyone had such a wonderful day.


Over the weekend, the iYachtClub staff were lucky to meet Jay Thompson and Natasha Gonzalez who are the founders of the Coconuts Sail Team! Jay and Natasha arrived in the US Virgin Islands after sailing their Mini 6.50 (aka… Speedy Gonzalez) 34 hours from Guadaloupe. When they were docked in Crown Bay Marina, just outside the iYachtClub office, we couldn’t help but notice this awesome team and their foil sailboat! With the lack of accomodation in the islands, Jay, Natasha and their sponsors Adam and Sam needed a place to stay for one night during the transition of their Mini, “Speedy Gonzalez” being transported and delivered to Newport, RI. We want to give a big shout out and thank you to our iYachtClub crew, Captain Isaac and Chef Karane, for hosting all four of them on board sailing yacht "Ruckus." We also want to thank the owners of "Ruckus" for making this accommodation happen! What a great experience to help one another out within the boating community and to have the opportunity to listen to other people's stories and adventures. To hear more about the incredible story of Jay Thompson and Natasha Gonzalez visit their website at


Coconut Sail Team:

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Cervetti 44

Introducing the first of an exciting new range from the stable responsible for the magnificent Dufour 48 catamaran.

The first in the Cervetti Series, the 44 embodies the very latest in design and production techniques resulting in exceptional quality, style and unrivalled luxury.

Developed in cooperation with the young team of Italian designers and engineers from yacht design studio Skyron, this catamaran combines all the characteristics one could wish for in a boat.

The catamaran shines with a bold, dynamic design of the hulls with fluid lines and inverted bows. The galley is opened up to the lower deck by the sliding windows and doors to create a full alfresco experience.  The forward deck is also cleverly connected to the salon by simply lifting front window.


The Cervetti 44 is available in both sail and power versions.