Firefly

Firefly

18.9m, (62') - Sleeps 6 Guests

Catamaran FIREFLY is a highly sought after Lagoon 620 sailing catamaran. During the Mediterranean summer from June to September, FIREFLY charters around the Balearic Islands of Spain, from Palma in Mallorca, and in Minorca and Ibiza.

Photo Credit: Photos courtesy of Nicolas Claris

Your luxury holiday home afloat, FIREFLY is a tranquil, stable, spacious charter catamaran with accommodation for six charter guests in three cabins, all queens with ensuites, flatscreen TVs and DVD. This layout makes this elegant sailing catamaran an excellent choice for three couples chartering together. The master cabin is slightly larger and features two entrances, from the deck and the saloon, a queen bed, a nice sofa, a desk and a private entertainment center.

With its saloon surrounded by windows and interiors in white fabrics and pale timbers, the palette is pure summertime, and the layout suits intimate charter groups as easily as large social gatherings.

FIREFLY'S deck is massive, with a flybridge boasting plush sunpads and banquette seating in either sun or shade. The dual trampolines forward are another favourite spot to enjoy the pleasures of this luxury charter catamaran.

The professional crew of three is committed to delivering the ultimate charter escape for families, couples or groups, whatever your inclination.

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