|Try A Catamaran
While having fun sailing in exotic places!
|Two couples per sailing
couples) with two Captains
/ Instructors provides
almost private instruction.
Join Team Jeff & Jean to learn if cruising on a Catamaran is for you.
Our 2017 & early 2018 sailings are now posted!
Thinking a Catamaran might be the
ideal cruising home for you, or just
interested in chartering a Catamaran
on your own in the future?
Team Jeff & Jean charter Catamarans
so that couples thinking of trying a
multihull can get hands on experience
without the expense of going it alone.
Catamarans offer many advantages
over monohulls and come with
disadvantages as well. We strongly
encourage our couples to try sailing a
Catamaran, preferably in waters similar
to those you intend to cruise, before
making a very large investment.
Catamarans are chartered at a
premium rate and it is often expensive
to charter one on your own as well as
gain the experience needed to handle
these large vessels.
So, join Team Jeff & Jean on one of
our Try A Cat sailings. The yacht will
be shared with other like minded
couples and we will review the pro’s
and con’s of different brands of
Catamarans as well as the Cat versus
monohull questions. All while blending
in a sailing vacation in wonderful
locations around the world.
Browse the pages here to see our
upcoming Try A Cat educational sailing
vacations and Reviews of recent Try A
"We were fortunate to be aboard the
Leopard 44 with Jeff & Jean. They constantly
were helping us improve our sailing skills.
We can't imagine being "on" constantly like
they did. It is obvious both of them love what
Nancy & Curt
Now owners of Leopard 40 "Rum Tum Tiger"
|Nancy & Curt TwoCanSailors:
Couples Seminar, Try A Cat,
Shopping assistance, Surveying
and On-Board Training
Kit & Adrienne and
Cyndee & Dan with
Jeff & Jean at Goff's
Cay in Belize with our
Leopard 45 Cat in
Kit & Adrienne went
on to purchase a
Fountaine Pajot 42
Cyndee & Dan
bought a Catalina
350 monohull. Both
Trying a Cat for sunset cocktails in Antigua
Working hard sailing in Antigua with Two Can Sail