Size / Year Built / Builder
52.0 Ft / 2016 / Lagoon
Ocelot is a 2016 Lagoon 520 owner's version offering a spacious master cabin + 3 other Queen guest cabins. All guest cabins have en-suite electric heads with vanity and separate shower stalls. There is also a 5th bunk cabin that offers two single berths and crew will swap out for a queen upon request. Ocelot has nice natural lighting and ventilation throughout the yacht plus full air-conditioning. The yacht offers alfresco dining in the cockpit and will comfortably accommodate 8 guests at the table. The salon will also seat up to 8 guests for dining or just relaxing in the A/C. There is plenty of options for sunbathing and lots of places to kick back in the shade as well. Whether you are looking for a fun family adventure or a Caribbean getaway with friends, Ocelot is ready to welcome you on the sailing trip of a lifetime!
Cabins and boat offer lots of natural lighting and great ventilation. The boat is fully air-conditioned, and each cabin can adjust the air-conditioning individually for optimal guest comfort.
4 guest queen cabins each with private en-suite electric head, vanity and separate shower. Crew have separate twin bunk cabin and private head. Entire yacht is full air-conditioned for client comfort.
Salon offers lounge/formal dining area in addition to aft deck alfresco dining.
Top fly-bridge offers seating and lounge area with 360 degree view. There is also a lounge area forward behind the large trampolines.
Crew will discuss details during preference calls with guests. Crew provide individual cost estimates based on the guest's requirements.
The crew are happy to handle gear rental, pick-up and return on the guests behalf.
$35 per dive, per diver, up to 6 certified divers at a time, max 2 dives per day, payable aboard to yacht crew.
|Winter 2021 to 2022|
|Winter 2022 to 2023|
|2 Pax||4 Pax||6 Pax||8 Pax|
Our team endeavors to provide up to date and accurate information regarding each yacht in our listing, however some yachts reserve the right to make last minute changes to their availability and rates. With this in mind, please note that premium rates may be attached to certain destinations and dates, such as Christmas and New Years in the Caribbean or July and August in the Mediterranean. Kindly contact us for a proposal that details the yacht’s final rate and availability.
Devan was born and raised on Long Island. Having a father who was a captain and growing up
with boats right in the backyard, being out on the water very quickly became her escape. She
started dreaming about sailing around the world around the age of 10, before she'd ever
stepped foot onto a sailboat. Little did she know where life would take her.
She went to college at UNC Charlotte in NC where she pursued a degree in Civil Engineering.
After she graduated she spent 2 years in the highly competitive NYC construction industry as a
project manager, utilizing her skills both in the office and out on the job sites. Then one Friday
evening, after an especially exhausting 60+ hour work week, she had an epiphany. She quit her
job and within two weeks, moved out to Hawaii where she was able to get a job as a deckhand
on a sailing catamaran. And that was it; she was hooked. She spent a couple years doing term
charters in the Hawaiian Islands, some time sailing around Southeast Asia and the south
Pacific, and then moved to NZ for a year to work on a private motor yacht. When she's not
working or playing on boats, you can find her scuba diving, cliff jumping, hiking or playing beach
volleyball. Anything to get her adrenaline pumping.
Devan has logged over 5,000nm of blue water sailing and of all of the places she's been, has
without a doubt fallen in love with these islands. She is a high energy captain eager to show her
guests all of the hidden gems the Virgin Islands have to offer, both above and below the water.
Therefore, each charter is different and can be tailored specifically to the group’s interests and
desired locations. Aside from being a 100ton USCG Master, she also holds her STCW 10, First
Aid/CPR/AED and is a certified PADI Divemaster.
Hailing from a family full of watermen, Davis often jokes he is the “son of a son of a sailor” and has been on boats his entire life. He started sailing the Virgin Islands over 25 years ago and has vast knowledge of the oceanography, marine life, and ecology associated with the Caribbean as a whole. Growing up in North Carolina, many of his sea-days have been acquired along the Eastern Seaboard, mostly within the “Graveyard of the Atlantic” - an area specifically known for its treacherous passages and abundant shipwrecks. Sailing more than 15,000 nautical miles, Davis has acquired multiple American Sailing Association certifications and has a pending Master Captain’s license from the United States Coast Guard. He is also STCW and First Responder/CPR certified.
Having the fortune of a mother who is a phenomenal cook and hostess , Davis gained culinary insights through osmosis originally; furthermore, his older brother is a notable Restrauteur. Line cook, pizza boy, bartender, senior serverDavis has had many titles related to food, but his most beloved role has been in the galley aboard sailboats.
While attending Appalachian State University, where he received degrees in Biology, Environmental Studies, and Conservation Ecology, Davis gained employment at one of the most well known fine dining establishments in the South.
He is prideful about his southern and Cajun heritage and roots which is directly reflected in his cooking and hospitable ways. Spicy, savory, and hearty are his preferred types of dishes but having now cooked for many types of preferences on many different boats, his menu is quite diverse- though his epic entertaining remains the same.
Additional, Davis enjoys playing guitar, telling stories, slingshotting, biodegradable water-balloon fights, and snow skiing (he is a Professional Ski Instructors of America certified skier.)
As he paraphrases Marcus Aurelius, who said “As a citizen- I am a man of Rome. But as a man- I am a citizen of the world.” Davis now calls the Virgin Islands home, but considers himself a citizen of the world. When he is not on the water aboard Ocelot or his own vessel Fleur de Lea, he is hopefully checking another country off his list.
Inclusions and exclusion are not standardized across the different yachts, with each offering slightly different terms. Please contact us for a proposal that details the yacht’s availability, individual pricing based on the number of guests in your party and particular dates, as well as the list of the inclusions and exclusions for that particular yacht.
This yacht offers an “All Inclusive” Rate:
Typically this includes all your breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks. Standard Ship's Bar which includes your alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages. Fuel for the yacht and its tender, and the necessary water for the onboard facilities. Use of the Yacht’s onboard equipment and the Captain, Chef and Crew’s services.
Excluded are airport transfers costs, onshore excursions and tours, as well as any food or beverages purchased ashore. Although optional, crew gratuity is customary at 15% - 20% of the charter rate for the Caribbean and 10% - 15% for the Mediterranean.
Inclusions and exclusion are not standardized across the different yachts, with each offering slightly different terms. Please contact us for a proposal that details the yacht’s availability and individual pricing based on the number of guests in your party, as well as the list of the inclusions and exclusions for that particular yacht.
This Yacht offers a “Plus Expenses” Rate:
Included are the Yacht and its onboard equipment as well as the Captain, Chef and Crew’s services.
Excluded are food and beverages, fuel for the yacht and its tender, any dockage, airport transfers costs, onshore excursions and tours, as well as any cruising permits, licenses and other charter related expenses. Crew gratuity, although optional is customary at 15% - 20% of the charter rate for the Caribbean and 10% - 15% for the Mediterranean.
Advanced Provisioning Allowance:
For "Plus Expenses" charters, yachts request an Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA), which is generally estimated at 20% - 25% of the base charter fee for sailing yachts (catamarans and monohulls) and at 30%-35% for motor yachts. The APA essentially creates a bank account for the Captain to purchase provisions, fuel, dockage, food, beverages, bar, and other consumables on the charterer's behalf. The Captain will keep all receipts and manage a running balance of the account, so that expenditures can be checked at any time. Any amount not used will be refunded at the end of the charter. If during the charter the costs have exceeded the collected APA, then additional funds will be required for the outstanding bills. All purchases are transparent and nothing is marked up. The APA is used purely for the charterer's provisions and charter-related expenses.