Club La Costa Introduces New Yacht

CLC Yacht Club Catamaran

Club La Costa Introduces a New Yacht and Winter Cruising Destination

The latest addition to the Club La Costa Yacht Club fleet, is the 60-foot catamaran CLC Gemini which will be based out of the British Virgin Islands between February and May 2019.

CLC Gemini is a luxury catamaran that will be based in the British Virgin Islands, offering Yacht Club members winter sailing opportunities.

The yacht’s inaugural season will run from February 2019 to May 2019 and will complement the Yacht Club’s very popular summer cruising itineraries in the Mediterranean. 

CLC Gemini joins CLC Romy and CLC Nicodemus as the third catamaran in the Club La Costa Yacht Club fleet.

The 60-foot catamaran was built by French boat builder Fountaine Pajot and can accommodate eight guests in four double, en-suite air-conditioned cabins.

Onboard, the spacious internal and external living areas allow members to relax while receiving attentive service from the captain and his crew which includes an experienced chef. Other features include TV/DVD and open galley.

Established in 2007, Club La Costa Yacht Club has spent every summer exploring destinations such as Greece, Turkey, Italy and Spain. This announcement heralds the fleet’s first base outside the Mediterranean.

One of the world’s top sailing spots, the British Virgin Islands (BVIs) have been chosen as the home port of its newest yacht. Comprised of four main islands – Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and Anegada – the archipelago offers an unspoiled Caribbean experience with calm currents, consistent trade winds and protected bays.With this new base in Tortola, Yacht Club members have the opportunity to sail throughout much of the year.

Launched in 2007, the Yacht Club has been sailing the Mediterranean around the islands of Greece, Turkey, Italy and Spain, offering our members inspirational and changing itineraries, ever since. Members do not need to be experienced sailors with our professional crew at their disposal. However, those who wish to can help the crew sail the yacht.

As well as warm and sunny climates, the Yacht Club’s Caribbean and Mediterranean destinations are ideal for a range of water sports including snorkelling, water-skiing, wakeboarding, fishing and scuba diving. In particular, the BVIs contain world-class dive sites such as the RMS Rhone off Salt Island and Kodiak Queen off the shore of Virgin Gorda. Club La Costa Yacht Club’s supervised dives will allow members to explore these sites.

The Club La Costa Yacht Club was established in 2007 by CLC World Resorts & Hotels, and is a great way to appreciate the best in sailing around the world.

Membership of Club La Costa Yacht Clubalso provides holidays at the Club La Costa Vacation Club resorts located in the UK, USA, Spain, Tenerife, Turkey and Austria