Welcome to Weather Eye Yachts!

Weather Eye Yacht Sales, Management and Charters image Our Yacht Brokerage Service has, as it's mission statement, the goal of providing a quality service of meaningful value to clients and by "throwing a very wide net" to find either your next boat or a buyer for your boat. Think about this: even the most experienced Yachtsmen are often "first time buyers" or "first time sellers" in the Caribbean. Our efforts on client's behalf include but are not limited to recommending appropriate candidate vessels Caribbean wide after interviewing buyers and understanding their poreferenecs must have , like to have and mustn't have's matching their context of use. Visit our Page at this site "Frequently asked questions about buying and keeping a boat in the Caribbean " for more very useful information ... We're located in the the Marine Trades Capital of the Caribbean, St Maarten, where we will gladly and enthusiastically be the "eyes and ears" for Yacht shoppers. We'll personally inspect a vessel of interest to you supported by digital imagery, and our "warts and all" assessment of the vessel, may reveal for your protection, obvious "deal-breaker" deficiencies, prior to your visit to inspect, avoiding wasted time and travel. Typically our inspection will confirm our recommendation the vessel be considered carefully as a strong candidate

We look forward to earning your business !! Put thirty seven Years Successful Yacht Brokerage experience to work FOR YOU !!

Featured Boat
photo of 51' Formosa 51
51' Formosa 51
1981 US$ 150,000

 We take great pleasure in offering " Blue Lotus" to new owners on the cusp of a life adventure.

Please see extensive inventory, refit details and manufacturers specifications in "Full and Complete Specifications" in full specs section of this posting. 

This Classic Bluewater world girdler has enjoyed a major refit, to be completed soon.

In the spirit of full and complete disclosure The Blue Lotus still needs:

  • minor work on mizzen mast (one of the spreaders is going to be replaced due to Hurricane Irma)

  • work on main mast (needs new sailtrack, new mainsail, a new spreader, new hardware due to Hurricane Irma)

The expectation is to have this done approximately in March – April 2019.

First sailing is expected in April – May 2019. The vessel is available for possession June 2019 subsequent to sail trials @ sea.

 We encourage your further information requests and look forward to working with interested parties who can expect reliable and dependable information.





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