Explore Belize Barrier Reef with the comfort of our 140 square meters catamaran (17,40 meter long and 8 meters wide). Snorkeling, fishing, scuba diving, improving your sailing skills while being pampered by our Italian Gourmet meals.
Angelique II is an Outremer 55, one of the faster and stronger catamaran in the Market which with her 140 square meeter of surface provide a unique comfort both while sailing and at anchor. Completely refitted in 2014 Angelique II has 4 cabins, each complimented with a private bath and shower, a large living room with kitchen, dining and chart table. At the same level we find the cockpit, equipped with a large table comfortably accommodating 10 people. She is also equipped with a scuba dive compressor and 4 tanks, 2 Kayaand one SUP.
With more than one hundred thousand miles on our logbook, we are not just experienced sailors but also enthusiastic cooks who love pamper our guests with our Italian Gourmet cuisine. On board of Angelique II you will not only discover the wonders of this ultimate paradise of the Caribbean, but we will be happy to reveal the secrets of our cuisine, all our sailing tricks and , if you wish, charm you with our adventures tales on the Southern Oceans.
Giambattista is the captain with over 100.000 miles at sea, a SSI diving instructor and first aid certificate he is very qualified captain for beautiful and adventurous sailing cruises. He has an outgoing personality, a BA in Political Science, a Master in Business Administration and he has a great passion for cooking. Before he started his sailing adventure Giambattista was an executive for several International companies, a professional racing car driver and he has been awarded with several national and international titles. Since April 2012 Giambattista left his life ashore and committed to a life at sea!
Libra, creative, selfless, Valentina is Giambattista right and left hand. With a degree in advertising graphics she had a long exposure to the advertising industry. In this new life Valentia is especially seeking to fully dedicate herself to her strongest passion: photography.
Giambattista & Valentina got married on January 2013 and moved on their beloved catamaran for a long sailing journey around the world.
Angelique II in February 2016 was the first catamaran in the history to reach the Antarctic Polar Circle.
She has 4 cabins, each complimented with a private bath and shower, a large living room with kitchen, dining and chart table.
At the same level we find the cockpit, equipped with a large table comfortably accommodating 10 people and two helms stations.
At the stern, with access from the deck, we find on the starboard side a room dedicated to the diving equipment and on port side a workshop.
The Cat is equipped with state of the art electronics, including a satellite phone that allows us to stay in touch with home even in the most remote places on the planet.
What also makes this boat unique is the scuba dive compressor and 4 scuba tanks for great diving excursions.
Energy is provided by solar panels and 220 volts is assured by a 8.5 KW generator.
Daily production of water is ensured by a 160 l/h water maker.
Dive excursions and visits ashore are supported by a 4,7 meters military inflatable pushed by a 40 hp Yamaha 2 -stroke Engine.
Sloop rigged with a sail area of 150 square meters, she is capable of daily averages over 300 miles, a real sail machine.
The sail management is entrusted to 9 winches, out of which two are electric.
Two 56-hp Yanmar diesel engines complete the outfit.
All equipment on board have been designed having this in mind. So while not giving up the comfort, all attention has been directed to keep down the boat’s displacement in favour of performance and therefore safety.
Minimum number of persons required: 2
Minimum number of days you can book: 3
Discount for children of 12 y/o and younger: 0%
Rates are for a private charter, unless indicated otherwise.
Rate includes; fuel, mooring fees, crew, all meals, bedding & towels, snacks, drinks, alcohol in moderate use
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Your booking request will be forwarded directly to the crew of the boat. When they accept your request we will contact you to finalise the booking and payment. In case the crew declines your request we will update you about this as well.