PERPETUAL BLUE

59 ft / 18 m Fountaine Pajot - Sleeps 10 guests

From: $24,000 To: $35,000

Chartering in the Caribbean

About PERPETUAL BLUE

Operating in the Caribbean

On Deck
Boarding Perpetual Blue through one of its open transoms, one is instantly struck by the spaciousness and elegance of the aft deck area. The boat’s tender is tucked neatly under a large open sun deck that protrudes from the stern and thus is barely noticeable. The expansive teak-decked lounging area forward of the sun deck is sheltered by a hardtop targa roof and features a long L-shaped settee, an open dining table with chairs and a nifty wet bar with a sink and a small fridge. No rigging or working lines intrude on this space, so that its social function is sacrosanct.
Take four short steps up an open stairway just left of the wet bar and you arrive at the boat’s nerve center. Here you find a low-profile helm station with well-situated instrument displays set behind a bank of three winches. All working lines are led here, save for the headsail’s furling line, which is still easily accessible, just a step to the right on the starboard rail. Better yet, all line runs are clean and efficient, without lots of friction-inducing twists and turns, and there’s plenty of space for dealing with line tails. There’s a nice rail on which to hang coils, a large line bag, plus a convenient belowdecks line locker. If you’re sailing the boat hard and want to keep active lines ready to run, you can always just toss them down the stairway to your left and let them splay about the aft deck a bit.
Left of the helm is another social zone atop the targa roof, where guests can lounge on a low settee or sunbathe on a banquette while chatting with the working crew. The clearance for the main boom directly overhead is carefully calculated so that there’s enough room to keep guests from feeling cramped), but not so much that it isn’t within easy reach of the crew when tending the mainsail.

The interior living spaces are, in a word, palatial. The saloon on our test boat featured an enormous settee and low-set coffee table to port (a dedicated dining table can also be specified) and a fantastic galley to starboard. Forward there was an elegant nav station to port, with a pop-up console to house a chartplotter and other electronics, and an entertainment center, with a large retractable flat-screen TV, to starboard.
Most notable in the galley were the huge American-sized double-door fridge (complete with automatic water and ice dispensers in the freezer door), the large twin sinks and a full-size dishwasher. I found oodles of working counter space here and a dedicated space for a microwave oven, but I was a little surprised to see that storage was a bit tight. There is no obvious secure space in which to store glasses, and there are no raised lockers.
The sleeping quarters down in the two hulls seem to go on forever. Our boat featured the charter layout, with three staterooms in each hull (the center stateroom to starboard is somewhat smaller, and is tagged as a skipper’s space), plus some vestigial crew quarters up in the two forepeaks. A five-stateroom layout, with an enormous owner’s cabin to port, is also available. All staterooms have en suite heads with separate showers, save the skipper’s quarters, which lacks only the separate shower space. The cabins on both sides are accessible through twin companionways, so no one need traipse through someone else’s bedroom to get to theirs.
Finish quality throughout the interior was excellent for a mass-production boat. Everywhere you look you see hardwood parquet or veneers, leather and fabric, with no exposed fiberglass surfaces anywhere, except in the heads.









Aft Deck

Sun Pads

Aft Deck

Master Cabin

Master Bathroom

Guest Cabin

Interior

Profile at Sunset

View of Aft

Profile

Interior

Underwater Action Cams Included

Island

Underwater Scooter

Specification

Length

59 ft / 18 m

Year Built

2014

Sleeping Guests

10

Cruising Speeds

10 kts / 18.5 km/h

Engines

2 x 110HP Volvo Engines,…

Beam

30 ft / 9.1 m

Builder

Fountaine Pajot

Crew

Captain: Philippe Leroux + 1

Stabilisers

None

VAT Registered

No

Draft

4 ft 11 in / 1.5 m

Designer

Refit

2020

Flag

British Virgin Islands

US Duty Paid

No

Amenities

General

  • BBQ
  • Deck shower
  • Ice maker
  • Scooters
  • Swim platform
  • Water maker

Electrical

  • Defibrillator
  • Indoor audio system
  • iPod dock
  • Outdoor audio system
  • Streaming online media
  • TV saloon
  • Wi-Fi

Toys

  • Beach games
  • Floating mats
  • Kayaks multiple
  • Paddleboards multiple
  • Swimming noodles
  • Tube - towable

Diving

  • Diving by arrangement
  • Snorkelling gear
  • Underwater scooter multiple
  • Underwater still camera
  • Underwater video

Crew Profile

Luxury charter yacht crew for PERPETUAL BLUE
Captain: Philippe Leroux
Captain: Philippe Leroux

Matt is a USCG licensed Captain with nearly two decades of professional experience on sailing and motor yachts up to 114ft. on the Atlantic & Pacific, throughout the Bahamas, the Caribbean, and the Mediterranean Sea. He has sailed over 65,000 nautical miles, crossed the Atlantic twice, raced in over 25 major regattas and lived aboard his yachts in the US Virgin Islands since 2003.

Originally from Massachusetts, Matt's family traces their lineage back to the Mayflower and has strong generational maritime ties in New England.

He grew up spending summers on Cape Cod, where he learned to sail from a young age aboard his family's boats. In his early years in the Virgin Islands, Matt broadened his nautical knowledge base by working in a shipyard, and subsequently a sail-loft.

He has lived in and around National Parks most of his life, has a background in wilderness search & rescue and emergency medicine, worked as a ski instructor at Vail Resorts, and more recently as a free-diving guide and naturalist in the US Virgin Islands National Park.

He attended university with a focus in Japanese ceramics and bronze casting and holds a black belt in traditional Tae Kwon-Do.

Chef: Arnaud Callier (29)
Chef: Arnaud Callier

Michelin Star background with creative cuisine from French, Mediterranean, Gastronomy (Michelin star standards), Italian, Indian, Mexican, Moroccan, Peruvian, Kosher, Spanish Ugly Delicious, Thai, Middle East, Vegan, Vegetarian, & Vietnamese cuisine

Use of knowledge and techniques to produce creative high-quality cuisine

- Meticulous and rigorous about the quality of the work

- Enjoy preparing cultural theme cuisine

- Able to take care of the guest's expectations and constantly surprise them

- Easy going, personable

Layout

Luxury charter yacht layout diagram for PERPETUAL BLUE

Testimonials

Hope our paths cross again soon!
Our group of 8 proved to be no challenge for Tanya even though our group coordinator confirmed only 6 passengers for our charter. Tanya managed to prepare delicious meals for 8 with provisions for 6 every day without ever disappointing us. From airy, velvety scrambled eggs to perfectly crisp bacon and fresh poke bowls to scrumptious sweets — we all wanted to take Tanya home with us. Not only were the meals amazing, they were plated beautifully and not a minute later than when expected. What’s more, she aided the captain in mooring and prepping our group’s trips to land amongst other things, proving she is an expert multitasker. Towards the end our charter when she was done artfully preparing our meals and leaving the galley in pristine conditions, we had an opportunity to engage with her more than we had throughout the trip and confirmed what we already knew: Tanya is a sweet, talented, adventure seeker who loves exploring as much as we do which made it extra special. She is an asset on any vessel. As is the Captain we were fortunate to have: Jacob Albano.


Family Adventure Out Of This World!
Took our family on our 1st charter and it was a blast. Learning to paddleboard (great video's), diving & snorkeling, great fun. There was an underwater snorkeling spot Capt Jake took us to and it was unbelievable. After long days in the ocean we enjoyed evenings in the bean bag chairs watching the sunsets with a well made sun downer. Chef's food was tasty and very well presented with a solid nod to seafood and italian cuisine which we love! Thanks for a fantastic week!




Fantastic 50th!
Took the whole gang for my husbands 50th birthday party, it was incredible!

We've dreamed of a yachting vacation for years and I finally pulled the trigger, we couldn't be happier.

From the moment we stepped on Perpetual Blue we were amazed at the level of detail Cap Jake and Chef T gave us. Jake was a rock star captain the food was amazing.

Fabulous food, delicious cocktails, water bean bags, sunsets, and finding great spots every day - all made us feel so special!

Many many thanks!








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PERPETUAL BLUE
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59 ft / 18 m
Guests 10
From $24,000

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