The Yacht

Sailing with Mike and Lesley

Caribbean Adventures on Sea Symphony


Sea Symphony is a Formosa 51. A Taiwanese built ketch made in 1979 for an American Entrepreneur. Sea Symphony has a large deck area (including a picnic table), a light and comfortable saloon in the deck house, 3 large cabins, 2 heads with showers (the guest heads also boasts a hip bath) a galley that would be the envy of many boat owners and a workshop/storage cabin. Above that she is beautiful. She is full of lovely, ornate teak. No other boat like her is cruising the Grenadines.


Although she can sleep up to 10 people, we have found that for comfort 6 is optimum. Please note that the guests cabins are: Port side, one double bed plus one single bunk overhead. Starboard side, 2 single bunk beds. Additional beds are available in the saloon.


The galley is fully equipped so eating onboard won't be a problem.


She is equipped with a diesel generator, water maker, solar and wind generators, SSB radio, radar, autohelm, chartplotter, AIS Transceiver and an EPIRB.


She meets the requirements of ISAF (the ARC safety standard)


Detailed spec sheet can be found below