Our Boats – Sailing Courses to Skippered Charters
We sail on the newest, best maintained fleet of charter boats in the Windward Islands!
- Sunsail, Moorings, TMM and Horizon Yacht Charters
- Sunsail and Moorings boats are all less than five years old.
- All of the boats we use are maintained to the highest standards in the Caribbean.
- We don’t use dedicated “school boats” which have been sailed hard and put away wet way too many times, we use boats right out of the charter fleet so that you can learn to sail on the same boats you will want to come back and charter for yourself!
- The main boats we use for our Monohull Sailing Courses are the Jeaneau 39i, Jeaneau 44i, Beneteau 41.3 and Beneteau 43.3
- We primarily use the Leopard 384 and 3900 on our Catamaran Sailing Courses.
These yachts are available for our Skippered Charter Sailing Vacations and through our Charter Brokerage.
The Jeaneau 39i provides a unique combination of comfort and performance. The design represents a modern concept utilizing innovative design and construction technology.
The 39i cockpit features twin helm stations and ideal winch placement for easy shorthanded sail handling. Chrome fittings, stainless steel details and luxurious woodwork combined with a responsive hull design and aggressive sail plan – the Jeaneau 39i provides style, quality and performance unmatched in her class.
The 39i is a three cabin, two head layout with a fully stocked galley and comfortable saloon. The cockpit features plenty of room for crew to enjoy their morning coffee, relax while sailing, or discuss the day’s adventures after a great day of sailing!
The Jeanneau 44i and 39i share the same core design concept: create a well-built boat with a high standard of comfort and uncompromising performance. The 44i just allows a little more room to stretch out.
The 44i’s large cockpit features a spacious dining area, a large folding table and plenty of storage. The twin helm station layout keeps the cockpit open, with easy access to the transom while anchored. The performance oriented sail plan makes for a truly fun boat to sail!
The comfortable modern interior features a spacious saloon and a fully equipped galley. Opening hatches, ports and long saloon windows allow for plenty of light and ventilation. The 44i offers a three cabin, three head layout.
Cruising in style! Designed with comfort and ease of operation in mind, the Beneteau 41.3 features a self-stacking full batten mainsail with lazy jacks and a roller-furling genoa. All sail control lines are led aft to the cockpit for safety and convenience while the dual helm stations provide excellent visibility. The spacious cockpit has a drop leaf table so the crew can enjoy eating their meals and relaxing above decks.
Below you will find a light and airy U-shaped saloon layout with a large table and seating for eight. The fully stocked galley is to port with ample storage and counter space. Forward is a luxurious double stateroom with its own head and shower. Two additional double cabins, each with plenty of storage, are found aft. A second head with shower is located to starboard. Opening ports and hatches provide superb ventilation throughout the yacht.
The Beneteau 43.3 design offers a nice balance of performance and comfort. The full-batten main combined with the roller-furling genoa easily drive the 43.3. In stronger winds, reefing is made more convenient and safe with all control lines led to the cockpit. The cockpit is equipped with a dodger and bimini for sun and rain protection. A drop leaf table with built-in storage help to make the cockpit everyone’s favorite spot to spend time onboard. The yacht also has a generous swim platform for enjoying the beautiful Caribbean water once the anchor is down.
Below decks you will find a luxurious U-shaped saloon. To starboard you will find the chart table and to port a full featured galley with plenty of storage and counter space. Forward is a large double cabin with its own head with shower. Aft there are two double cabins and two heads, each with its own shower. All cabins have plenty of storage, hanging lockers, opening ports and hatches as well as fans to keep you cool.
This is the newest generation of the popular Leopard 38 catamaran built by Roberson and Caine. The Leopard 384 design features light, open, comfortable styling and a generous sail plan for a perfect combination of performance and fun on the water!
The large cockpit with its outside dining area and versatile seating provides a great place for outside dining or to just relax while sailing. The hard-top bimini provides functional shade and rain protection. All of the main sail controls are lead to the helm station for ease sailing, even with limited crew.
The spacious saloon area combined with the great galley-up design provides a great space for relaxing and enjoying time at anchor with friends and fellow sailors. The large vertical windows forward provide good shade and rain protection – it also allows for 6’ 5” headroom throughout the bridge deck.
Accommodations include four double cabins and two forepeak berths (great for kids or additional storage) and two large heads with dedicated shower compartments.
The Leopard 3900 is the three cabin, luxury version of the Leopard 384 built by Robertson and Caine. She has a few more comfort features such as a Genset for AC power on board, Air Conditioning and a very spacious ‘owner’s stateroom’ encompassing the entire starboard hull. The Leopard 3900 offers high performance and ease-to-sail.
The Leopard 3900 features a raised helm station which provides 360 degree visibility. The hard bimini shades the spacious and comfortable cockpit area. Solar panels mounted on the bimini help to keep the onboard batteries charged. The boat is also
Uniting the very best features for relaxation and superb sailing, she features a raised helm station that provides 360-degree visibility beneath a hardtop bimini, while a separate extended hardtop with hatch ventilation shades the spacious cockpit area. Environmental considerations were also central to the design, with solar panels installed the hardtop to charge the onboard batteries. The Moorings 3900 is also equipped with a full suite of Raymarine navigational electronics, cockpit-led sail controls, anchoring system with electric windlass, convenient dinghy davit with electric winch, twin 30hp diesel engines and generator (shore-power A/C only in the Med). A wide stepped transom enables easier boarding. Vertical front windscreens offer panoramic visibility, lots of natural light, and sun protection.
Below deck, comfort remains the top priority with a galley-up design and air-conditioning throughout the roomy saloon and 3-cabin/2-head accommodation plan. Fully equipped, the ergonomic galley layout features heat-resistant Corian countertops, standard stainless steel stove with oven and broiler, deep sink with mixer tap and ample counter and cabinet space. Storing provisioning is easy in the large refrigerator-freezer system’s well-insulated drawer opening compartments. The entire starboard hull is dedicated to a well-appointed charter suite with queen-size berth, study area, hanging storage, and en-suite bath with electric head and enclosed shower compartment. Two large double cabins with shared a bath fill the port hull. There is a small child berth / storage space in the portside forward cabin. There’s generous headroom throughout and substantial storage capacity provided by under-bunk lockers.