• Passengers: 8
  • Crew: 2
  • Length: 57.0 Ft
  • Type: Cat

Cabins 4

  • King Size Beds:
  • Queen Size Beds: 3
  • Single Cabins:
  • Twin Cabins: 1
  • Pullman Cabins: 1
  • About the Yacht

  • Year Built: 1998
  • Builder: Lagoon
  • Cruise Speed: 7
  • Maximum Speed: 9
  • Generator: 12.5 kW
  • Engine: Upgraded in 2011 with Twin Turbo 75HP engines. Two generators aboard, 12 KW and 6 KW.
  • Fuel: 1.5
  • Inverter: Yes
  • Voltages:
  • Dingy: 14' RIB
  • Dingy Horsepower: 50
  • Maximum Dingy Passengers: 10
  • Charter Info

  • High Price: $19,900.00
  • Low Price: $16,900.00
  • Terms Type: All Inclusive
  • License Information: Master
  • Accomodations Gadgets & Games

  • Water Maker: 1200 gal/d
  • Water Capacity: 300 gal
  • Ice Maker: Yes
  • VCR/DVD: Yes
  • Stereo Salon: Yes
  • Total DVDs: Many
  • Total CDs: Many
  • Board Games: Yes
  • Total Books: Many
  • Number of Dine In's:
  • Sun Awning: Yes
  • Deck Shower: Yes
  • Bimini: Yes
  • Special Diets: Yes
  • BBQ: Yes
  • Hair Dryer: Yes
  • Total Hatches:
  • Rules & Regulations

  • Guest Smokers Allowed: Cockpit & transom
  • Crew Smokers: No
  • Crew Pets: No
  • Crew Type of Pet:
  • Children Allowed: Yes
  • Minimum Child Age: Swimmers please
  • Watersports & Equipment

  • Adult Waterskis: Yes
  • Kid Waterskis: Yes
  • Wave Runners: No
  • Knee Boards: No
  • Snorkel Gear: 12
  • Inner Tubes: Yes
  • Scurfers: Yes
  • Wake Boards: Yes
  • Floating Mats: Yes
  • Swimming Platform: 2 transoms
  • Boarding Ladder:
  • Sailing Dingy:
  • Beach Games: Yes
  • Fishing Gear: Yes
  • Type of Fishing Gear:
  • Number of Fishing Rods:
  • Under Water Cameras: No
  • Scuba On Board: Onboard
  • Resort Course:
  • Full Course:
  • Compressor: Onboard
  • Number of Dive Tanks: 10
  • Number of Divers: 8
  • Number of Dives: 3 to 5 div
  • Diving Information: Certification required
    3-5 dives per week
  • Diving Costs: N/C for certified divers
    BCs = $75/week
    Regs = $75/week
  • Other Toys: Rib inflatable tender w/50 Hp
    2 sun floats
    2 Stand-up Paddleboards
    Floating Island lounger
    video & underwater video cameras
    board games & books
    Fishing gear & Snorkel equipment
    Floating sun mats
    Multi-System TV/VCR
    Indoor/Outdoor speakers
    Movie/CD library
    flat screen TV and DVD players in each cabin
  • Other Entertainment: Multi-System TV/VCR
    flat screen TV and DVD players in each cabin
  • Communications: Autopilot
    SSB radio
    Multiple VHF radios
    GPS satellite navigation
    120 V inverter
    Depth Sounder
    Cellular phone
    Satellite phone
  • Summer Areas: Caribbean Virgin Islands
  • Winter Areas: Caribbean Virgin Islands
  • Showers: 6
  • Wash Basins: 4
  • Electric Heads: 4

Yacht Details

  • Yacht Refit: 2014
  • Helipad: No
  • Jacuzzi: No
  • Air Conditioning: Full
  • Yacht Year Built: 1998

Yacht Layout

The Crew



Michael and Jennifer's love for sailing began off the Southern Coast of California. They spent their summer vacations at Catalina Island, which consisted of ocean kayak camping in remote coves until a fate full summer where Michael took ASA courses to allow them to bareboat charter. Since then they have done whatever they could to get onto yachts, which later lead to Michael becoming a captain through the USCG.
Jennifer and Michael have been married for 10 years and find themselves happiest when their experience can be shared with others. Their hobbies and interests are naturally linked to the outdoors. Some of their most favored pursuits are backpacking, fishing, clamming, snowboarding, surfing, brewing beer/cider/mead, scuba diving, boatbuilding, free diving, and spearfishing. They also remodeled a 1955 Ranch in Portland for 10 years from the ground up without help from contractors, which they sold to herald in this new venture aboard AdAstra.
They took on the largest challenge of their lives when they decided to build their own 45ft Blue Water Catamaran. Their yacht the Anomalous is currently a motor vessel on a slip in Portland Oregon. It is a work in progress where they do all the work themselves, everything from composites to installing diesel engines, electrical systems and all other boatbuilding fodder. In the off season outside of operating AdAstra they plan to complete their yacht over the next four years. The rest is an untold story that must unfold itself.
Jennifer is from beautiful Pacific Northwest near Portland Oregon. She grew up camping, hiking, boating, skiing, and fishing throughout Oregon.
Jennifer decided to pursue a career as a chef and earned a degree from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Portland, Oregon. During her schooling she traveled to Paris, France where she honed her skills and developed a passion for patisserie. The following six years were spent working as an Executive Pastry Chef. Driven toward providing care for others she altered her course and attended Portland State University for five years studying to become a nurse. While at university she worked as a personal chef and professional nanny for several years. Now as the Chef on AdAstra she is excited to be back at her roots allowing her first passion to shine through.
Her love for cooking extends beyond casual affairs. She strives to provide quality food by cooking from scratch, using fresh/local ingredients. She is very knowledgeable when it comes to food allergies (gluten, soy, egg, nuts, dairy, etc.), as she has many of them herself. Jennifer knows all too well what it's like to vacation and not be able to indulge at unfamiliar restaurants and places. She will provide a "safe haven" for those with allergies or other dietary restrictions. Onboard AdAstra she has an ice cream maker and will provide fresh gourmet gelatos and sorbets. The galley also is equipped with a Vita-mix to deliver a wonderfully refreshing smoothie menu.
Michael is originally from the Bay Area outside San Francisco California. His land-based career was spent in Renewable power working for a Wind Turbine Manufacturer. He joined the company at age eighteen and left the corporate world at age thirty-three. In that span of fifteen years he has climbed the corporate mountain, rolled down it, dusted him self off and weathered storms. He is predominately an engineer at heart. His mainline passion is to explore and push his personal limits to new boundaries.
They are pursuing their dreams aboard AdAstra and are delighted to be your ambassadors to the Caribbean.

  • Captain: Michael Lang
  • Captain's Nationality: USA
  • Pickup Information

    • Preferred Pickup Location: Nanny Cay Marina
    • Other Pickup Locations: USVI
    • Turn Around: 48 hours preferred

    Crewed Yacht Details

    • Cabins: 4

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