High Rate: $ 25,000 weekly All Inclusive
Low Rate: $ 22,000 weekly All Inclusive
AOIBH sleeps 8 guests in 4 cabins, located in 3 separate compartments, making her ideal for three couples.... One of those cabins is a large master cabin, perfect for one couple. Two additional cabins are identical Queen cabins, and then there is a VIP Queen cabin, making the yacht perfect for one to four couples - or families of five. All have private bathroom.
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- Special Features:
- 8 knots
- St. Vincent & Grenada Grenadine Islands
- Fly bridge
- Scuba diving
- tender with 40 hp outboard
- water skis
- wake board
- paddle boards
- a kayak
- Diver Propulsion Vehicles (BladeFish SeaJet 7000)
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Available year round in the Grenadine Islands, the 57′ Sanya catamaran, AOIBH (pronounced Eve) is named from the Children of Lir, an Irish legend. The owners of AOIBH own a second catamaran, the 67′ Victoria catamaran, LIR, which they purchased before AOIBH, so it was only fitting to name the second yacht AOIBH, who, in the legend, is the wife of LIR…. The two yachts are ideal choices for a cruise in company, should parties of 16 need to be accommodated, as each yacht sleeps eight guests in four private staterooms, excluding the saloon and crew quarters….and both yachts are available in the Caribbean during the winter. AOIBH will remain in the Caribbean for summer of 2017. She has bookings in the Grenadines during February, 2018….
Commissioned in 2014, AOIBH is one of the newest yachts on the charter market. Her interior appointments are modern and minimalist in style… Her cockpit is large enough to have a spiral staircase in it, which leads up to the enormous flybridge, where there are two settees around a cocktail table, plus sunbathing mattresses and steering for the helmsman. The cockpit also has a double sunbathing mattress aft, large enough for two people, located outboard of the settees that wrap around a dining table that seats ten. It also has weather curtains, and a bar with a cupboard for AOIBH’s crystal glasses. It adjoins the elegant glittering deck saloon, which is open concept: lounge to starboard, galley to port, a light, airy compartment with windows all around.
One of the things we like most about AOIBH is the yacht’s design, which effects her guest cabins. Think ‘master cabin plus guest cabin to port, and three cabins to starboard,” one of which is a crew cabin. And they’re in three separate compartments, so privacy is maximized. AOIBH’s master cabin has a sitting room, centerline King bed that faces a window in the hull with shades. The overhead hatch has blackout screens; there are air flow vents – piped air – plus AC controls, and there’s an ensuite bathroom with stall shower. The three additional cabins have the same amenities, minus the sitting room, and they are pretty cabins with taut white sheets and powder blue down puffs and lace throw pillows and lots of AC.
Making their debut to the Virgin Island charter scene but not new to chartering, Tasos the captain from Greece has charter experience in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean to a lesser extent, and Nella, his mate, has worked on yachts almost her entire working life. They are asisted by a first mate/steward. Please click on the link below to read more about the crew.
There are paddle boards, a kayak and the latest Diver Propulsion Vehicles (BladeFish SeaJet 7000).