Boutique hotel group Nomada is dipping its toes into the Caribbean Sea.
It’s a big year of expansion for the Central California–based hospitality company, which currently operates three hotels with three more opening this year. But its most impressive new project is Nomada at Sea, a yacht-like catamaran now available for private charters in the British Virgin Islands
“Nomada is about exploration and travel. Nothing says that more than an adventure at sea,” Kimberly Walker, founder and managing partner of Nomada Hotel Group, said in a statement released to Travel + Leisure. “We set sail every year exploring a new area by catamaran and wanted to share that unique experience with our Nomada guests because we know they will love it, too.”
The boat is a luxurious 65-foot vessel with a capacity for up to 10 guests across five en-suite cabins. The design, spearheaded by Walker herself, riffs on the classic California-cool look found across Nomada’s hotels. The look is bright and airy with plenty of pastels and punchy patterns. And, of course, all the finishes are high-end — with Pierre Frey upholstery, Matouk linens, and Janus et Cie furnishings.
As Nomada at Sea is a private charter, you’ll get to set your itinerary with your captain, whether you want to scuba dive the wreck of the RMS Rhone off Salt Island or explore the unique geological formations of the Baths on Virgin Gorda. And if you want to simply spend the day at sea, enjoying all your included meals and beverages, swimming in the ocean, or fishing, well, you can do just that, too.
Nomada at Sea is officially open for bookings; nightly rates start at $43,000 for six guests and at $53,000 for 10 guests, but the final price depends on the specifics of your trip. You can book here.
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