Operating in the Caribbean
Segundo Viento from above, with the flybridge
Segundo Viento under sail
Aerial view of Segundo Veinto
Guests on the stern swim platform
Broad view of Segundo Viento
The spacious saloon
Aft cockpit and dining area
Master king suite forward.
Master head and shower
Guest queen berth suite
Guest head and shower
Queen berth guest suite
Lounging on the flybridge
Lee grew up on the peninsula of Cape Town, South Africa. As a youngster and under the guidance of his Grandfather, Admiral Tom Hardiman SA Navy, he was introduced to sailing and racing in the Bay. His maiden voyage and ocean crossing from Cape Town to Antigua was aboard a racing sloop back in 1999. After several local regattas in the Carib, he was invited aboard the classic Schooner, The Tree of Life (with 8 manual sails). After an initial circumnavigation aboard, he took over as Captain.
Lee has explored and lived in the Caribbean for more than 10 years and is a long time resident in the Lesser Antilles. His local knowledge is a key component for any successful holiday where the Captain must find the best hidden locations, crystal clear dive sites and dodge any weather.
Lee’s qualities as a person are special. Meet him and you will know instantly why he Captain’s the very first Privilege 640, Segundo Viento. The atmosphere onboard is perfectly balanced and maintained, and with his unique skillset, adventure is always on hand.
is an active and enthusiastic person, he enjoys all water sports. The experiences he has gained through his travels along with a jovial personality creates a pleasant atmosphere which is enough to make any guest aboard feel right at home, ready to relax and enjoy themselves.
West Indian born with a South African upbringing; loved cooking so much he grew a beard as a teenager and slipped into the fine-dining kitchen of Eton House. Award-Winning culinary adventures and dynamic influences have punctuated his journey ever since.
Presently in the UK on a working sabbatical with Dine- Indulge and highly commended as a Premium Tier Private Chef in a short space of time. However, Tyler shall be returning shortly to his home base of Tortola to take up his position on Segundo Viento and, of course, keep an eye on operations of his own Family Food and Bakery business located on the island.
Tyler is an avid spearfisherman and having being born in the Carib loves nothing more than catching fresh lionfish and lobsters to prepare for your pleasure. Expect his knowledge of local ingredients and preparation methods to provide a certain authentic quality you won’t experience elsewhere.
A list of his accomplishments and experiences are too many to mention here but he’s extremely outgoing and easily approachable if you wish to hear of his adventures.
Thanksgiving week, 2021, guests on SEGUNDO VIENTO wrote:
The first thing we want to say is THANK YOU. We sort of had an idea of what our trip was going to be like, but we had no idea it was going to be that glorious. Segundo Viento is an immaculate yacht with every perk we could have asked for. We felt completely at home while also being treated with the utmost respect and genuine care. All of the little details that went into building the catamaran were definitely noticed and appreciated: the monogrammed/logo’d EVERYTHING, the connectivity options (wifi, music, TV streaming services), the “rain” showers in our bathrooms. We seriously cannot stop talking about the trip. It’s also really hard to convey to everyone back home just how wonderful it was to be on board.
You both were so great with our kids, and we really appreciate it. Tyler, thank you for catering to the kids’ food requests and also for pushing new things for them to try! Among the cooking, sailing, cleaning, motoring, and playing, I’m still not quite sure how just two of you managed to get it all done. It didn’t dawn on me until about Day 3 that one of you was magically sneaking downstairs to make the beds in the morning and leave glasses of water at night…WOW. That is a trip we would take every year if we could. Without question. Chris and I have both said multiple times that it was probably the best vacation we’ve ever had. And maybe the only time when we weren’t ready to leave! You know how it goes…after 6 or 7 days you’re usually ready for your own creature comforts at home…but that was NOT the case this time. We easily could have stayed longer. Honestly, we just can’t say it enough: thank you.
For any potential future guest who happens to read these comments, you are in great hands with Captain Lee & Chef Tyler. Get ready for a relaxing trip in the BVI where the weather is warm, the water is unbelievably blue, the drinks are plentiful, the food is delicious, and you can make the trip into whatever you want it to be. From snorkeling and paddle boarding to relaxing on board the yacht, everything you are going to experience is top notch. And I know Lee is planning to add even more water toys to the boat as time goes on… We had gourmet food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner courtesy of Chef Tyler, and it was honestly some of the best food we have ever had. He took what could have been “normal” meals - burgers, ribs, pancakes, gnocchi - and elevated them to 5-star restaurant level deliciousness. It’s like you’re staying at a 5-star resort eating 3 5-star meals every single day on a beautiful yacht in paradise. Incredible.
November, 2021, guests wrote:
This was our first adventure on a catamaran and in the Virgin Islands. Captain Lee took us to the best spots and his knowledge of the area was impressive. We did a lot of activities, snorkeling, scuba diving (which he even scheduled a refresher for us), and a lot of other water fun. The food was exceptional and we are picky eaters, Tyler accommodated us with grace and beauty. This was a first class trip in every fashion. We can't wait to do it again.
Constantine and Marianne
Guests aboard SEGUNDO VIENTO in October, 2021 wrote: