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MV Avalon Fleet II

Avalon Fleet II

New exclusive accommodations with personalized service in the "Gardens of the Queen".

Avalon II is a brand new state-of-the-art vessel, larger than Avalon I with 10 state rooms, that will start operating since April 2014. It is air conditioned with private bathrooms.

Both live aboards and brand new, there are intimate, comfortable and stylishly designed yachts, where each space is created to provide its guests with maximum comfort and safety. The atmosphere was conceived and designed to provide our guests with an experience of a lifetime.

Its overall capacity is 20 passengers and 9 crew members. We suggest between 10 and 16 anglers for optimum comfort. The design and interior decor give the yacht a touch of intimacy, refinement, a sense of warmth and simplicity. The boat has the perfect balance of substantial exploration capabilities and a unique and noble style. It guarantees all our guests a pleasant, exciting and exclusive voyage through Jardines de la Reina.

Avalon Fleet II has 10 deluxe cabines, with 10 private bathrooms Each room includes air conditioning and heat controls, electricity plugs, as well as storage in drawers. Each room has panoramic windows to enjoy the breathtaking view of the Caribbean beaches.

There is a spacious and comfortable combination lounge, dining room and bar area on the boat deck. In cabins and common areas there are electric sockets available for you to plug in your personal items (220 volts and 110 volts).

Anglers arriving on Saturday in Camaguey, Santa Clara, or Cayo Coco to fish Jardines de la Reina will stay aboard their luxury yacht the first night of arrival. Early the following morning, the anglers will meet their guides and depart to the pristine saltwater flats of Jardines de la Reina where they will fish for six full days. At the end of the final fishing day, anglers will transfer back to Jucaro port, where they will overnight on their mothership. On Saturday, everyone will disembark with plenty of time to make their respective flights from Camaguey, Santa Clara, or Cayo Coco airports.

Anglers who choose to fly into Havana will arrive on Friday, overnight in Havana, then transfer to Jucaro port on Saturday for their fishing week aboard the mothership. On the following Saturday, these guests will return to Havana where they will overnight and depart home on Sunday.