Cuan Law, the largest sailing trimaran in the world, is like a luxury inn with a sporting flavor that moves around the beautiful British Virgin Islands. This fine, family-run establishment provides the amenities, food and attentive, friendly service that you would expect. The trimaran’s three hulls give superb stability, and the towering white sails speed it along with no carbon footprint, or the powerful twin diesels can move her fast if the wind dies. Overall, we use about one-quarter the fossil fuel of a power live-aboard. Scuba is our prime sport, with many other activities for a nondiving companion, such as Hobie Cats, kayaks, water skis, wake- and kneeboards, snorkeling, island exploration and beach barbecues. Our market niche is the more laid-back diver who needs to know his or her diving or nondiving companion is properly looked after.
The accommodations are in airy, light, air-conditioned staterooms, twin or double, and each with private bathroom. Cuan Law carries 20 guests in its 110-foot length by 44-foot beam. The owners’ long years of experience, friendly, caring crews and enviable reputation result in guests returning year after year.