High Rate: $ 9,350 weekly All Inclusive
Low Rate: $ 8,300 weekly All Inclusive
2 Queen guest cabins, shares a bathroom with shower. No air conditioning. Crew are self-contained .
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- Special Features:
- St. Thomas, USVI
- Story-telling captain
Beautiful guest staterooms
Comfortable sitting room saloon
Aft cockpit with alfresco dining
Sunbathing on Bow
- 2 Paddle boards / Ski
- 4 Noodle float chairs
- 2 Oval net floating mats
- 1 Floating mat solid 1 Ukulele
- Gym equipment
- 1 x 6 m Speed Foil kite
- 2 x 2 m Speed Foil Kites
- 12' ridged tender with 20 hp outboard seats 6; snorkel gear
- floating mats
- swim ladder
- beach games
- two stand up paddle boards
- fishing rods for trolling
- underwater video and still cameras for guests use; subwing
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ENTHEOS – 40′ Fortuna catamaran,built in 2012 with 23′ beam. Sail with raconteur story teller Bertie and Theresa who enjoy entertaining and sailing. “We got stuck in the BVI,” says Bertie,who enjoys telling stories, and they are game to challenge anybody who thinks they can make a better Shooters than they! Theresa presents beautiful staterooms to her guests; cooking is a passion.
Available for $8,300 a week all inclusive for parties of two and $9,350 weekly for parties of four year round from St. Thomas, except $11,500 a week for Christmas and/or New Years, the yacht sleeps four guests.
Owner Operators – Bernie & Theresa hail from South Africa. This their 4th charter season in the Virgin Islands, they were participating in the yacht hop for brokers when we visited in November 2019 – they were doing a South African theme party with the Best Shooters ever.
Sleeps 4 guests in 2 staterooms – Both cabins are located in the port pontoon. Sharing a bathroom, the two Queen bedded cabins are not identical; one is slightly larger than the other. But they are beautifully presented staterooms. Theresa had decorated them in white linen with a stack of brown towels on them. Freshy painted, indirectly lit, they have wide beds, and color coordinated throw cushions – beautiful! Beds are made up each morning and turned down each night.
Saloon – No dining table, so this sitting room is comfortable, plus it’s a nice room with L-shaped couch and clean and tidy, minimalist galley. With hair in ponytail, captain Bertie has a fun sense of humor. “Somebody relieved me of my table when I went ashore….” Theresa in skirt, mid 40s. “We got stuck in the BVI.” Lovely old man, reminds me of Jol Byerley; Theresa had pickled peaches and pears in jars in the galley. “We do a lot of preserving,” she said. “We pickle our own fish.” She also had a dehumidifier aboard. I found I could have sat, chating to them a long time.
Water Toys – 12′ ridged tender with 20 hp outboard seats 6; snorkel gear, kayak, floating mats, swim ladder, beach games, two stand up paddle boards, fishing rods for trolling, underwater video and still cameras for guests use; subwing.
Amenities – SaloonTV, stereo, iPod hookps; sailing awnning, hammock, deck shower, bimini awning, special diets, BBQ, inverter, onboard Wifi, no air conditioning units; watermaker, lots of opening hatches.