I could see La Pace from our hotel room so it would have been rude not to have visited her.
She also took first place in her size category for the Designer Water Competition at the Show they served it in a hollowed out soursop fruit making it more like an exotic cocktail rather than a water competition.
La Pace interior has a calm feeling with cream sofa and rustic wood tables, it feels like a home. The cabins are modern with mirrors and grey and wood panelling. She has two double and 1 bunk cabin, all with en-suite.
Up on the top deck with the dinghy removed there is the perfect area for some yoga or chairs to watch if you don’t wish to participate. There is then the sofa sun bed area followed by a small exterior dining area in the shade and the helm station in front of that. Looking forward and down on the deck there is another large sunbed area and small seating area in front. Back downstairs and at the rear is a large dining table outside easily seating 6.
With Captain Felix’s charming tours still going strong on the final day, Chef Amber’s mouth-watering vegan and sugar free specialties, Stew Tyler’s radiant creativity and Mate Jason’s warmth and proficiency, this yacht stood out amongst and above some of the largest yacht’s in the show. Her incredible crew brings superyacht service to an intimate setting, leaving charter guests begging to return It’s no wonder she only has limited availability left in this Caribbean season but this summer is available in the Bahamas and this winter she is available in the Caribbean Virgin Islands and Windward.
Weekly rates are 38,500 USD taking up to 8 guests. http://www.cyabrochure.com/eb/1813/xoxd/5545/1