44' Lagoon

High Rate: $ 13,250 weekly All Inclusive

Low Rate: $ 8,050 weekly All Inclusive







Cabin Configuration:

3 Queen cabins, each with AC & Private bathroom with electric heads. Self-contained crew quarters


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  • Special Features:
  • 44'
  • Lagoon
  • 2007/2014
  • 26'
  • 4'
  • Caribbean
  • St. Thomas

  • Captain doubles as the chef
    Great menu
    Air Conditioned cabins
    3 private guest staterooms/3 bathrooms
    Beautiful yacht
    Experienced captain

Water Toys

  • 11' tender with 10 hp outboard
  • full face masks & snorkels + traditional type
  • Bluetooth sound system
  • 3 Stand Up Paddle Boards
  • 2 pax kayak
  • floating mats
  • swimming lader
  • beach games
  • board games
  • fishing rod (USVI only)

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ALTITUDE ADJUSTMENT – Owner operator Brian Saupe with over three charter seasons in the Virgin Islands is really smart to offer to do the cooking, so guests can relax and get a vacation and not have to do any cooking themselves, while they charter this excellent, air conditioned, 44’ Lagoon catamaran with three private Queen guest cabins for parties of six, each with private bathroom.

For Brian operates the yacht himself, doubling as captain and chef, which keeps the price down, yet still offers the relaxing holiday we like to sell at Nicholson’s. It’s so about relaxing! The only problem is you have to book months in advance, because the yacht gets booked at $8,050 to $13,250 weekly all inclusive for parties of two to six year round from St. Thomas.  Check her calendar link below for dates and ports of her confirmed bookings.  You’ll find you have to plan ahead.

Brian’s menu is fantastic too – meals like crepes for breakfast and Philly cheese steak sandwich for lunch.  So there’s no hardship. The bonus is that Brian cooks, so you get to relax, although Brian does way more than just getting food on the table. He competes with charter chefs, decorating the plate, making an effort, including alcohol and fuel in the price too. The yacht will be provisioned, fueled, and ready to go for your arrival.  Gratuity is extra.

I find the yacht attractively appointed also.  I like the white upholstery in the saloon and cockpit with the navy blue throw cushions and the varnished dining table – simple but classic. It appeals to everybody.

Brian is a one-time Law enforcement officer from the United States, who grew up sailing the Great Lakes.  He has offered Altitude Adjustment for charter in the Virgin Islands for at least three years now….  He knows the area well, An owner operator, he’s upgraded some of the equipment this year.  He has new snorkel gear and paddleboards.  He’s got three paddle boards, plus one two person kayak, plus full face masks, as well as the traditional half face masks.  He has a new Bluetooth sound system aboard, and while I visited him, he was listening to some really interesting West Indian rap music.  That may sound awful to you, but it was surprisingly nice.  He had a Scrabble game going, which he’d work on between seeing brokers.  He’s got a great smile, friendly personality; he’s nice looking, in his mid thirties….  Not too loud, not too shy.

The yacht is fully air conditioned, and this can be run at anchor, because he’s got two generators aboard, but he does not have onboard WiFi.  He says data plans are available with local phone companies ashore.  Are you okay with that?

The yacht has seven feet of headroom in all the guest cabins and in the main saloon.  The heads are electric. Brian uses one of the four private cabins, leaving three staterooms for guests.  Each has a Queen berth.  Brian technically should come around each morning and make beds…..  Whether he has time for that, I don’t know, being the only crew and morning is when you leave harbor.

Brian appreciates the romance of the sea.  The romance of the sea is what calls a person to love living on the sea, to become a sailor.  Brian has a new soccer ball called Wilson.  We’ve all seen that movie, Castaway, and no mishaps will come  of you, while cruising with Brian aboard ALTITUDE ADJUSTMENT, which he keeps in excellent condition, but I like to think of Brian’s guests having fun playing Marco Polo with Wilson on the crystal clear, turquoise waters of the Virgin islands with its windswept beaches and strong trade winds.  And if you’re lucky, you’ll do the Survivor thing and come up with dinner!  That’s the lure of the ocean.  Brian will lead you on an adventure through the Virgin Islands in safety, while you explore everything the area has to offer and have a blast doing it!

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