Catamaran Déjà vu | Isla 40
- Beam: 6.63
- Mainsail type: Full batten
- Genoa type: Furling
- Check in day: Any
- Air condition
- Chart plotter
- Electric winches
- Ice maker
- Water maker
- Solar panel
Availability and Price
The catamaran Déjà vu, built in 2021, is located in Nanny Cay, British Virgin Islands. The cat fits everyone who wants a vacation close to nature, but with stylish comfort and a lot of privacy.
The Déjà vu is perfect for cruising and relaxing. This Isla 40 is best for a sailing trip with family or friends. This awesome cat can be booked with or without skipper.
The catamaran offers a lot of space and has 4 cabins with 8 beds and can accommodate all together 8 passengers. There are 2 WC / showers on board. Bed sheets and towels are provided during the rental - find more information in our Options and Services.
The Isla 40 is technically very good equipped and has Air condition, Autopilot, Chart plotter, Electric winches, Generator, Inverter and Refrigerator. More comfort on board is ensured by Bimini, Dinghy and Solar panel. In our Options and Services, you will find an overview of what you can book additionally for your trip.
The sailing catamaran Déjà vu is in Nanny Cay, a nice base in British Virgin Islands. The marine base and the surrounding area (shops, parking, etc.) can be found on the map below. Check out our recommended Sailing Itineraries and enjoy an unforgettable sailing week, full of relaxation and adventure.
Yachtcharter costs, payment and insurance
Depending on the season, the costs for the yacht charter range between 4550 and 6392 euro per week. A refundable yacht charter deposit is obligatory at check-in and will be returned at check-out. Additional mandatory costs can be found in Options and Services.
This catamaran is usually rented from Saturday to Saturday. If you have other wishes - contact us! The exact procedures when renting a sailboat can be found in Boatico's FAQs. You can find our cancellation, deposit and skipper insurances for the yacht charter here.
Options & Services