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Catamaran Privilegi 37 - Private boat

All included.

Price per person

From $ 270 per day

02 people $ 540.00

03 people $ 810.00

04 people $ 1,080.00

Value for each child

Up to 3 years: Free.

From 4 to 9 years: Half the daily rate.

From 10 years onwards: Full daily rate.


04 people


02 couple



Check in: 10:00 am

Check out: 7:00 am

Contact Information

In cruises, the Privilege Brand has always been the benchmark in luxury, performance and equipment, to the point of being commonly called Rolls Royce of catamarans.

The Privilege 37 is the smallest of the catamarans Philippe Jeantot is looking for, designed by the famous naval architect Marc Lombard and built at the Alliura shipyard in Sable d'Olone, on the Atlantic coast of France.

Cush's name comes from a friend of Corto Maltese, characters from Hugo Pratt's masterpiece. The motto of the ship always derives from Corto Maltese «In the horizon of that ocean there would always have been another island to take refuge during a typhoon or to rest and love. That open horizon would have always been an invitation to go ... «

Mini bar
Stand up paddle and / or kayak
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We are a family owned and operated business.


Claudio and Laura

We chose to live by boat because we love the sea, out of passion, ours is a life choice, a trip in which we would like to continue experiencing magical emotions.

We have long sailed in all corners of the Mediterranean, facing the long route of the oceans, completing a tour of the world, from Livorno to Gibraltar, then to the Canary Islands, Cape Verde, the Caribbean, the Grenadines, Venezuela, Aruba, San Blas and the Canal do Panama, Las Perlas, Galapagos, Marquesas, Polynesia, Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu and then Australia, Singapore and Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Yemen, Djibouti, Red Sea and Suez, Greece and then Sicily and Livorno. For 10 years we have chartered in the Mediterranean, offering our guests the beauty of their islands: Corsica, Elbe, Capraia, Giglio, Giannutri, Pontine, Sicily with their islands, Malta.

In 2013 we stopped in San Blas again because it is one of the last tropical havens that has not been touched by wild tourism.

We met the Guna people during the world tour, until today this community maintains its traditions firmly, not allowing the construction of resorts, hotels or restaurants. We like to live with the Guna people, we know them well, they are calm and friendly, we participate willingly in their parties, in their rituals, we respect their traditions.

We visit their villages, help to clean the islands and together we organize parties and fairs to promote their precious crafts. We speak English and Spanish.

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