High Rate: $ 18,500 weekly All Inclusive
Low Rate: $ 15,500 weekly All Inclusive
3 Guest Cabins, comprising:
- 1 Master Queen with sitting room
- 2 identical Queen cabins
All have private bathroom with electric heads, stall showers, AC (TV in saloon only)
- Regions Available:
- Locations It Travels:
- Special Features:
- 4' 7"
- Tortola and/or St. Thomas
- Specializes in Snorkeling
Culinary trained chef
Separate compartments for each guest cabin
Ideal for 1-3 couples or families of 4
- 13’ hard bottom inflatable dinghy that seats 8 people with 30 hp outboard
- adult & children’s water skis
- wake board
- 6 sets of snorkel gear
- towing tube
- one double kayak
- underwater camera
- stand up paddle board
- beach games
- “Rendezvous diving” (extra cost)
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Presentation, professionalism, experience, and the beauty of the guest cabins, tablescapes, and interior appointments make this 51′ modern, Virgin Island-based catamaran NANA stand out.
Matthew Mullens and Tara Phelin are an experienced and energetic couple with a diverse range of skills both above and below the water. “We are a highly motivated, self-organized couple with an eye for detail and the desire to ensure our guests have the vacation of a lifetime. We enjoy ensuring our guests discover the amazing waters of the British Virgin Islands through snorkeling and diving; Tara has been a diving instructor since 2001, she enthuses about the local fish and their habitats, sharing her knowledge with quests.” Tara is also a culinary trained chef from one of London’s top culinary schools; she has a wonderful menu prepared for guests. She easily adapts her menus for people with food intolerances or allergies…. Matthew has sailed the seas from Australia to Italy to the BVI. They are enthusiastic snorkelers and scuba divers, willing to share their knowledge of the sea with guests….
NANA is nothing like the classic yachts of old… Her saloon features a modern décor with 6’ 10” of headroom, TV, DVDs, CDs, and iPod dock. There’s a little objects d’art statue of a little girl playing a ukele in the saloon that is cunning. The dining table sports a red and white table cloth with white napkins and plates and color coordinated throw cushions on gray fabric. Three beautiful queen cabins including a master cabin with couch have European size Queen beds, which are a little bigger than American size queens…mauve and lime green Mexican throw cushions, rolled towels, water bottles, and baskets of luxury soaps and products for use in each of the three queen-size stall showers and sweet smelling guest bathrooms with electric flush heads… Each stall shower has a seat. Beautiful!
Tara leaves a basket of fruit and snacks out in the saloon for guests to snack on any time, and the saloon has a pop up TV offering streamed movies for children to watch while parents have dinner…
The adjoining cockpit with outdoor dining capabilities has a gas BBQ grill on the rail; weather curtains aid during inclement weather. It also has a wet bar, fridge and ice machine. Swimming ladders hang off the two pontoons aft which have swimming platforms and hot and cold deck showers. A watermaker makes water quietly and effortlessly all day, ensuring plenty of water for hot showers daily. Solar powers provide electricity to 110 and 220 electrical sockets. There’s enough air conditioning in all the guest cabins to run it all night. Water filters supplied purified drinking water, which eliminates the need for plastic bottles. The heads on NANA are electrical pumping and they have holding tanks. Showers are in dedicated stalls, so water doesn’t run down all the bathroom vanities and get everything wet. The crew has decent quarters…
The best thing about NANA is her individual stairways and halls leading to each guest cabin, spread out around the ship. This eliminates noise that wakes guests unnecessarily in the morning. Notice that there is a master cabin with sitting room aft, plus two identical guest cabins forward, located in three separate compartments. This makes NANA ideal for one couple, two couple, or three couple charters, as well as families of four or more…. The crew of two sleep aft to port. The saloon functions as a dining area, lounge, chart room, and galley. It adjoins the full beam cockpit with second dining table and bar. Matthew steers the boat from the flybridge above the cockpit, which has additional seating for guests, and there is a seating area forward as well on the bow along with trampolines for sunbathing between the hulls.
Solar Panels producing 400 Watt of electricity. Catamaran Nana produces purified drinking water and offers guests re-usable water bottles. Enegy-efficient LED lightning is used throughout Nana.
NANA’s tender is a 13’ hard bottom inflatable dinghy that seats 8 people with 30 hp outboard; the yacht carries adult & children’s waterskis wake board, 6 sets of snorkel gear, towing tube, one double kayak, floaties, underwater camera, stand up paddle board, beach games, and offers “Rendezvous diving” at extra cost.
- WEEKLY RATES
- Rates include captain, chef, food, fuel, bar, dockage – NANA sails from St. Thomas or Tortola. St. Maarten pick ups are available on request.
- $18,500/wk 6 Guests
- $18,000/wk 5 Guests
- $17,500/wk 4 Guests
- $16,500/wk 3 Guests
- $15,500/wk 2 Guests
- BVI departure taxes are not included.
Christmas and New Year: 6 person minimum & plus 10%
- NANA E-Brochure, Rates, & Availability