Indigo is the boat Geoffrey has been searching for and dreaming about for years…Everybody who knows him had to listen to his wonderful ramblings…and now she is here! This beautiful Eco-friendly yacht will take our trips to another level and yet keep up all our good traditions.
At 91 feet, Indigo is the largest and most comfortable dolphin boat in the Bahamas by far. Every cabin has en-suite heads w/showers, hair dryers and regular house flushing toilets. There are three cabins with queen size berths w/singles over, two cabins with double berths w/singles over and the play room with quad berths. She easily rivals any shore side accommodations. Each cabin has both 220 and 110 volt outlets as well as charging stations on the dive deck and in the main salon. She is a fully finished yacht.
The main dining area seats everyone comfortably with ocean views outside. Great for meals and getting together. There are two sun decks. A covered lido deck and a dive deck for those who would like shade. All the rooms have personal climate control with your own remote control. You may also sleep on deck in a hammock or on a mattress if the mood strikes you.
Thirty feet above the water, the top sun deck is perfect for watching for dolphins or taking in a beautiful night sky. For swimming with the dolphins or exploring a beautiful reef the custom steps and dive platform make it very easy for guests of any ability to be able to safely access the water. The fresh water rinse off is a nice convenience also. We also have a 24 feet custom dive dingi for dolphin interactions-it keeps us very close to the dolphins both in and out of the water–we will be using both boats depending on the situation.
Indigo keeps with our eco agenda. In her past life as a dive boat in the Caribbean she had approval to operate in three different marine sanctuaries. She is quiet and there are no fumes to smell when you are in the water.
Indigos‘ systems are very much like a sailboats and are very well done and efficient. We are able to make our own water, have a Trans Atlantic range and are almost as fuel efficient as a sailboat–there is very little waste. Weighing 130 tons with ballast tanks she is very stable. There are backups for everything and we are completely self sufficient.
She has all the safety features that are required and more.