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The Leopard 41 Powercat
New Yacht “The Leopard 41 Powercat” Newly Arrived

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Sailcayman, Grand Cayman’s premier sail and powerboat charter company, was born from the passion of one man’s love for sailing. Neil Galway, originally from
Ireland has always adored sailing, it’s the one thing Neil simply loved to do.
Following his dream, he moved to Grand Cayman, started a career in watersports and finally bought his first sailboat, a 39′ C&C the Red Baron. Skip several years,Neil has a 41’ Powercatamaran and a 39’ sailing Catamaran for his clients to choose from.


Sailcayman captures the island adventure you’ve always dreamed about, with over 25 year of sailing experience
and knowledge of Cayman waters Sailcayman offers a variety of Cayman Island tours to choose from.

On an escalating price level our personalised private charters are as follows:

Up to 5 passengers US$400 per Hour.
6-14 passengers US$450 per hour.
15-24 passengers are charged at US$500 per hour.
Please call for local rates and or extended cruises to the Sister Islands and Cuba.
Zarp” is the 41’ Leopard Power Catamaran – 2013

The Leopard 41 Powercat

Up to 5 people $400 per hour.
6-14 people $450 per hour.
15-18 people $500 per hour.
An additional pick up fee of $150 if required from anywhere in the North Sound.
‘“Tomcat” is the 39’ Lagoon sailing catamaran” – 2014

Cayman Catamaran Tour


Just north of the Mini Sandbar you will find Rum Point, they do a great Mudslide, and if needs be you can relax on one of the club’s luxurious double hammocks.


The new urban centre of Camana Bay has a huge dock space, a mini island, great shopping and dining with a list of eateries that will make your mouth water.


Over the years, Stingray City has been covered by National Geographic (as well as many other international magazines) and has become a major attraction for Island visitors.