Leander inspires pride. She is still the most beautiful super
yacht in the world with her blue hull, canoe stern and perfect
The 24 crewmembers maintain the absolute highest standards.
They are courteous and friendly, immaculately uniformed, skilled
in their jobs, and working around the clock to please the guests.
Having 24 crew means that everything happens with stunning efficiency
– when the yacht arrives at a deserted white sand beach, within
a minute the dive room door is open and the swim platform deployed;
the tenders, wave runners and sailing dinghies are lowered into
the water; and the anchor is down. The crew will have prepared
all the necessary items to set up a beach ‘haven’ and the chefs
could have prepared a picnic. With so many people working as
a highly motivated team… the fun can start sooner, and the guests
can be as demanding as they like.
Other elements of outstanding service include:
The Captain and Executive Officer’s professional input in researching
and planning a cruise well in advance of the start; trouble
free transfers to the yacht with crew meeting guests at the
airport or hotel; stewardesses will unpack for the guests if
they wish; cabins will be serviced every time guests leave them;
turndowns revealing the fresh Egyptian cotton sheets will be
done beautifully and at the ideal time; laundry will be done
to a high standard and returned pressed within 24 hours; guests
can be taken for ‘swim trips’ exploring local areas in the main
tenders that are equipped with everything from cold champagne
to a shower; stewardesses will run candlelit baths for guests
on request; and service is available 24 hours a day – a party
can run on till 6am and breakfast start at 8am, no problem.
Where can guests enjoy this service? In the bar; on the pool
deck; on the ‘funnel’ deck; on the aft deck; on the observation
deck; in the main saloon; in the observation lounge; in one
of the 8 cabins or two staterooms; in the dining room; in the
gym; in the dive room; or in the ‘internet ready’ study.