Regency Yacht Charters sends word that the 67-foot Victoria sailing catamaran LIR has new crew.
The captain is George Greathead, a native of Britain who grew up sailing aboard his family’s boats in the South of France.
The chef/stewardess is Melissa Murphy, also from the United Kingdom. She is also a lifelong sailor, and she has studied at culinary schools in the United States as well as overseas. Her specialties include gluten-free and vegan menus, and she has studied pre- and post-natal and childhood nutrition.
The mate is Brooks Copson, who is a trained windsurfing instructor.
LIR launched in 2014. She accommodates eight guests in four staterooms. I’ve been aboard, and she offers all the bells and whistles a yacht in her size range should have, plus a few more.
Underwater lights are a nice feature for enhancing the ambience on the aft deck at night, while the upper deck is a great spot to lounge in the sun or shade. The staterooms are spacious for a yacht this size, and there’s air conditioning throughout the guest areas.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more or help you book LIR for a charter this winter in the Caribbean.