Experienced sailors will appreciate Wild Cat’s top-class sailing equipment, which includes Harken rigging and winches, Quantum Sails and trampoline, Raymarine navigation system, Yanmar engines, water desalinator, solar powered ventilation and hydraulic steering. Composite construction makes her light and fast. For most charter guests, what matters more is the excellent stability, safety and domestic comfort afforded by the twin hull design.
There are three leisure areas to relax and enjoy life at sea aboard Wild Cat. The broad, protected cockpit in the rear, with teak dining table for 10, is perfect for al fresco meals. The airy saloon and kitchen offers panoramic views. There is a wide screen television and modern sound and video system, which can be connected to any data carriers in all the most popular formats, including DVD and Blu-Ray. Forward, a generous trampoline is the favorite spot to ride the waves, sunbathe and enjoy the salty breeze.
Accommodations are flexible, with upper/lower double plus single berths in each cabin, perfect for parents with small children, as well as a settee. All cabins have luxury linens and soft goods, with en suite bath. Whether for couples, a group of friends seeking an exciting adventure, or a family dreaming of the perfect vacation, Wild Cat will exceed expectations.
Queen + single: aft/star 145x205 + 90x205 cms
Queen + single: aft/port 145x205 + 90x205 cms
Double+ single: fwd/star 135x195 + 65x205 cms
Double+ single: fwd/port 135x195 + 65x205 cms
Pullmans: fwd/star 70x190 + 70x190 cms
Salon Headroom: 7.2 ft
Cabin Headroom: 6.4 / 6.9 ft
Recently updated items:
New air conditioning units
New sofa and dining table
Extra engine generators
New ventilators and reading lights in cabins + new towels; bed linen
New cockpit seats
Surf boards (2)
Wakeboard for kids
Kiteboards available and extra kiteboard gear
Towable blow up toys (2)
Snorkels (14 sets)
New sun shade tent over the trampoline
Don't see a toy you are looking for? Please ask, Owner is very amenable!
New Navtex, Satphone, alarm system, GSM signal antennas
Reinis grew up in Riga, the capital city of Latvia. Straddling the river Daugava on the shore of the Baltic Sea, the mariner tradition in this beautiful, ancient seaport runs deep. Living by the river, he spent most of his time with his parents and two brothers on the water, the third generation in a family of sailors. Although Reinis studied finance at the Stockholm School of Economics, his heart was in yachting. Rather than pursuing a desk job, he applied his skills as a harbormaster and marina developer, which allowed him to attend all of Northern Europe’s major boating events. He was also on the project development of Wild Cat. He knows the yacht inside out and maneuvers her effortlessly.
Guests find Reinis to be a bit of a Renaissance man, an extremely capable captain with a charming countenance and a somewhat astonishing skill set. In addition to his finesse at catching the wind in the sails, he is an accomplished car, motorcycle and motor boat driver. He speaks Latvian, English, Russian, German and conversational Spanish. He also enjoys trivia games, but beware the challenge, anyone that can master all those languages is going to be very tough to beat.
Reinis is kind, generous, lots of fun and wicked smart. He enjoys a bit of basketball or beach volleyball in port, but most of all he loves to sail. Charter guests who crave fast speeds and high-performance will be thrilled by the Wild Cat ride without sacrifice to stability and comfort. In the evening at anchor, Reinis will happily join guests at a card game, or discuss a variety of subjects in a variety of languages. However, if you’re not a good loser, we’d advise passing on board games like Trivial Pursuits.
Reinis has been sailing since 2010, with charter experience since 2013.
Stewardess Zanda Zarina
Zanda cannot be happy if she’s far from water, it’s in her blood. Oceans with wild beaches are most beloved, lakes and rivers are good too. She grew up in Riga, the capital city of Latvia. This sheltered harbor town, upriver from the Baltic Sea, has been home to mariners since antiquity. Whenever there was time to spend, she would spend it seaside, lakeside or riverside, building sand castles and jumping waves with family and friends.
Throughout her childhood, Zanda excelled at a variety of athletics, swimming, painting and dance. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Marketing and a Master’s in Communication and PR. She has also studied photography and kiteboarding, has PADI dive certification and holds a certificate to operate pleasure craft. She speaks fluent English, Russian, Latvian, basic Spanish and a little German.
“I love to be active; hiking, wakeboarding, SUP, mountain climbing, swimming, yoga and fitness, skiing and sailing of course. I’ve been kiteboarding for seven years. I’m not an instructor, but can assist and teach basics if needed. Also, I can be a dive buddy. For guests who are interested, I can plan and guide hiking excursions and trips to explore the island and local traditions. I love photography, it feels like an extension of myself. I use a professional Canon camera. Having professional photos from your charter vacation is a precious souvenir, so I volunteer as photographer for guests who would like photo memories.”
Zanda loves working with people. For the past six years, she’s worked her way around the globe in the hospitality and travel industries and as a professional photographer. She says, “Traveling has taught me to adjust and adapt in any culture or situation. I easily find common ground and get along with anyone, which I consider to be one of the most important skills in hospitality and life in general.”
*Chef is freelance