The CEYCAT 53 is designed to accommodate 8 guests plus a captain, a chef,and crew members for overnight cruises.Each of the four comfortable cabinscontains aprivatebathroom.
The fully-equipped kitchen allows the chef to prepare delicious cooked meals served to guests in the large outdoor dining area. Sunbeds are locatedthroughout the boat and the trampoline located in front is the perfect place to rest while sailing.
The covered lounge area is also a great place to relax on board. The view from the upper deck is stunning. It’s the preferred spot for observing life atsea such as whalesand dolphins and for enjoying a sunset. The swimming platform at the back of the boat is designed for better convenience when entering and leaving the sea.
The CEYCAT 53 will be cruising east coast beaches and reefs in Sri Lanka from May to October. Then, she will move to southern coast nature cruise from November to April. Besides, there is an another option to cruise the northern islands of Sri Lanka from November to April.
The east coast of the island emerging as an up and coming beach tourist destination, offers endless pristine beaches, beautiful coves surrounded by lush vegetation and fascinating marine life, including whales and dolphins and an array of tropical fish and colourful reefs. The East Coast Cruise departs from Trincomalee and returns to Trincomalee.
The South-West of Sri Lanka with its golden sand beaches and its coconut fringed coast has an undoubted tropical charm. The popular beaches of Unawatuna, Murissa, Weligama, Tallala, Mawella and Hiriketiya to name a few are stretched on several hundreds of kilometres. The coastline is dotted with trendy beach resorts, cafes, bars and a relaxed nightlife.
In the northern islands, the Palk Bay remains one of the most untouched parts of the country. Located between India and Sri Lanka, this narrow strait is home to sparesely populated tiny islands, bizzare coral formations, calm waters, a thriving fishing tradition and desolate landscapes. The once magnificant city of Jaffna, is slowly regaining its colourful lifestyle and spirtual culture.