The new Lagoon 630 is the flagship of the French builder’s power catamaran line and she’s getting high praise from all who have sailed or even just seen her, and you can get a quick peek for yourself by watching our Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht First Look Video. She is a big cat. The aft deck alone is nearly 250 sq. ft. and the interior is 900 sq. ft. The 630 can easily accommodate up to 12 people for extended cruising but it’s not just her size that makes her noteworthy.
On deck, nothing is difficult to negotiate on this cat. It’s easy to move forward on one level all the way to the sunpads on the foredeck. There are handholds along the cabin-top and a high stainless-steel railing around the perimeter of the deck. It’s also easy to board the aft swim steps from a dinghy or a dock. Then it’s just four steps to the main deck and into the cockpit. Although the saloon may be spec’d with two side-by-side dining tables, this model is really designed to have everyone dine al fresco in the cockpit where a large table to starboard seats eight. There’s a lounge just outboard of the dining settee and a wet bar may be installed in the long counter to port. Another exceptional feature that makes getting around easy is the full staircase—not a ladder—between the cockpit and the flybridge. The steps are easy on the knees and there are plenty of handholds along the way.
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There are four cabins on the Wharram Tiki 46, each with a double bed. There is only one bathroom. The kitchen and one of the double beds are in the same location.
Relax on the mats and bean bags in the bow area, or get a tan while staying on the trampolines, and take in all that nature has to offer with this one-of-a-kind experience.
The Wharram Tiki has an indoor kitchen complete with all cutlery. There’s also a grill outside.
Duration : 32 hours
Departure: (Day 1) 10:00 am – Laiya, Batangas
Arrival: (Day 2) 6:00 pm – Laiya, Batangas
Day 1: Boarding of guests in Laiya and cruise to Puerto Galera Bay
Set sail for Puerto Galera, your first port of call. The area, which is known for its enormous biodiversity, is filled with marine life that is best enjoyed by snorkeling. Take a refreshing dip and explore its underwater wonders for an unforgettable experience. You’ll be visiting the popular Medio Island beach, where you may dip your toes in the sand and relax.
End the day with a fluo dive to observe the luminescent marine life, followed by dinner on the boat.
Day 2: A trip to Verde Island before cruising back to Laiya
Verde Island is a popular destination on island cruises because of its well-preserved ecology and abundant marine life. Divers and snorkelers will enjoy the coral reefs and beautiful waters that surround the island. It is truly a wonderland worth visiting, and it is the ideal place to end your little holiday.
Duration: 5 Days and 4 nights
Departure: Laiya, Batangas
Day 1: Embarkment at Laiya and sail to Gaspar or Baltasar Island
Day 2: Islas de las Dos Hermanas and Sibale Island Escapade
Day 3: Private Cruise and Island Hopping
Day 4: Romblon Islands Exploration
Day 5: Leisure time at Cabahan and Carabao Island, and disembark at Boracay
Duration: 9 Days and 8 nights
Departure: Coron, Palawan
Arrival: El Nido, Palawan
Day 1: Arrival at Busuanga Airport and Embarkment on the Yacht
Day 2: North and West Busuanga Island Visits
Day 3: Irako Wrecks and Lakes
Day 4: Linapacan Islands
Day 5: Linapacan Island
Day 6: Duli Beach, Nacpan Beach, and Falls
Day 7: El Nido Archipelago
Day 8: El Nido Archipelago
Day 9: Transfer to the Airport