48' Knysna

High Rate: $ 14,500 weekly All Inclusive

Low Rate: $ 12,500 weekly All Inclusive







Cabin Configuration:

3 Equal Queen Cabins, each with private bathroom with stall shower


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  • Special Features:
  • 48'
  • Knysna
  • 2010
  • Caribbean
  • US & British Virgin Islands - St. Thomas

  • Eco-friendly cleaning products.
    Organic and local produce when available, we live in the islands!
    Eight 100w solar panels.
    Dog friendly with $500 security deposit.

Water Toys

  • Noodles
  • 2 stand-up paddle boards
  • snorkel gear
  • 12' dinghy with 15 hp outboard

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Compliments are due the owner of the 48 ft. Knysna catamaran sloop MEKA OF TORTOLA for selecting the extraordinary, muted grey, blue and green colors in the throw cushions, fabrics and artwork aboard this beautiful vessel; they are an exquisite palatte! Much thought has been put into the decorating of this yacht. The yachts elegant saloon is a dining room/galley combination with turquoise plate holders, concealed fridge and freezer, bar, and varnished maple paneling. The turquoise plates and table settings harmonize with the gray/light blue throw cushions on the tan naugahyde upholstery in the saloon, giving the yacht a sophisticated look. Launched in 2010, the yacht sleeps six guests in three cabins, two forward and one aft, each with Queen beds and monogrammed linens, and each similar in size, making the yacht suitable for two to three couples, or families of four. The hallways that connect the cabins in the two outer pontoons have solid wood floors, not often find aboard yachts this size. A use of real natural fibers give this yacht a stamp of quality. There are silver/blue artefacts on the walls, nautilus shells, turtle objects of art, lots of headroom… The cabins are bright and airy, and the crew sleeps aft to port near the generator. They are Jamie and Thea Young from South Africa… Their third charter season in the Caribbean and first aboard MEKA OF TORTOLA, Thea prepared a broker lunch of hummus yoghurt starter, followed by a Pina Colada Salad and fluffy Cream Cheese dessert. She had printed the menu on a card and put it among the glasses and plates on the dining room table, which was set for a formal luncheon…. Stunning!