High Rate: $ 24,000 weekly All Inclusive
Low Rate: $ 18,000 weekly All Inclusive
1 Master Queen + 2 equal guest Queens + Crew will vacate 4th inside Queen cabin and move to Forepeaks over the bow to accommodate additional guests (8 max.) All have private bathroom
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- Special Features:
- St. Thomas
- Organic and local produce when available
Bio-friendly cleaning products
flatscreen TV with many movies and USB capabilities
- Subwing Honeycomb Shark
- GoPro Underwater Camera and Video
- ZUP board
- 2x stand-up paddleboards
- 2 Lamzac air loungers
- 6-person floating raft mat
- 2 Hanging over-water chairs
- Tube is 2 person
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NEVERLAND – Beautiful, modern, 50’ Fountain Pajot sailing catamaran, built in 2016, available year round from St Thomas except August and September – for $18,000 to $24,000 weekly all-inclusive for two to eight guests except $27,000 weekly for Christmas and $32,000 weekly for New Year’s week – New Year’s charters must begin on or after December 28th. Tortola pickups are available on request.
Jacob and Christina are the new crew for 2019/2020. Christina is petit and short, small; Jacob with hair pulled back in a ponytail, in black and white uniforms. Christine is Italian with good English (Italian in name only); with long brown hair, forthright, energetic, interested, her hors d’oeuvres were beautiful – small plates of crisps with crème and pear in reduction sauce…. Purple potatoes with steak and greens; jugs of juice with grapefruit swirls; pitchers of juice with champagne glasses, mimosas.
Saloon – modern and air conditioned with gray lounge to starboard with gray upholstery and coffee table; red throw cushions – and galley to port. The saloon was welcoming and gracious with trays of coffee, trays of succulents (little plants offering texture); Knick knacks all around – silver and gold objects d’art. No dining table in the saloon assures lots of comfortable seating with coffee table, a lovely sitting room…. Tweed striped cushions on gray upholstery with tomato-colored red, blue and brown throw cushions are gorgeous!
Enormous cockpit with rustic centerpiece and gold glittering cushions; five bench settees ensure seating for everybody.
Bikini lounge upstairs – Nicknamed by Jacob, the fly bridge above the cockpit consists of a couch and three sunbeds located next to the helmsman station, covered by a Bimini awning; the sunbathing area is not covered, so it’s sunbathing heaven up there by day, a wonderful place to watch the sun set by evening and possibly even a sleep out.
Sleeps 6 guests in 3 staterooms but the crew vacate the 4th cabin forward to port and move to the forepeak, allowing an additional two guests to use a 4th double stateroom, when parties of 8 are taken. Pretty cabins with lots of AC; the forward Queen cabin bed is raised up high on level with the window located at the foot of the bed in the hull and has steps leading up to it; blue and white swirl sheets, blue “wainscoting” band circling the cabin – whale art, modern and fresh. The aft Queen in the starboard pontoon is a centerline Queen with two windows, one behind the bed, the other alongside it, so there’s lots of natural light and views of the out of doors; the master stateroom runs three quarters of the length of the entire port pontoon; the crew cabin and/or the 4th guest stateroom lies just forward of it and has its own companionway leading from the saloon. The master stateroom has vanity with stool with mirror; TV, and the bed is the same size as the VIP guest cabin aft to starboard; the forward guest cabin to port is the same as the forward starboard cabin; the bed faces windows in the hull with gorgeous art, pop art.