High Rate: $ 23,500 weekly All Inclusive
Low Rate: $ 20,500 weekly All Inclusive
Master Queen + large VIP Queen with lifting door, accessed from the cockpit + interior Guest Queen, all with private bathroom
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- Locations It Travels:
- Special Features:
- St. Thomas
- Lifting Door
Bimini covered Fly Bridge with folding back rests & sunbathing
2 Tiwal Sailing Dinghies
Two Dive Instructors offering diving for novices (extra cost)
Fly Rods for casting for bonefish on Anegada
- Dinghy with 50 hp outboard
- snorkel gear
- stand up paddle boards
- lily pad
- 2 Tiwal sailing dinghies
- two fly rods for casting for bonefish on Anegada -ad more!
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OUI CHERIE – 52’ Lagoon sailing catamaran, sister ship to charter yachts KARMA, GRACE, ISLAND HOPPIN, and STOP WORK ORDER, OUI CHERIE accommodates only 6 guests. ‘So we’re special!’ Available year round except August and September from Red Hook, St. Thomas for $20,300 to $23,500 weekly all inclusive for two to six guests; rates slide according to number in party, except $31,000 weekly for Christmas week and $33,000 weekly for New Year’s week. Rates do not include Gratuity.
Sleeps 6 Guests in 3 Staterooms – One is a master stateroom located aft to starboard with centerline thwartship Queen facing windows in the hull for views of the ocean, plus private ensuite bathroom with vanity. The second Queen guest cabin is smaller and located forward but has bed facing forward through windows in the hull and has beautiful pink and turquoise appointments, plus third, larger, VIP Queen cabin is accessed from the cockpit and is considered the VIP Queen; it’s larger than the staterooms offered on the other Lagoon 52s above…. All have private bathroom.
Lamborghini-type lifting door – Travis the captain wants to get a smoke machine for the VIP cabin accessed from the cockpit, so that when you open up the Lamborghini-type door, smoke pours out. That is a joke, but the lifting door is very James Bond! The yacht was built in 2017.
Travis and Missy, the crew – Both have captain’s licenses; both are chefs; both are dive instructors. This is their first year on OUI CHERIE, but last year they operated the larger catamaran SILVERGIRL in the Virgin Islands and before that the smaller PISCES. Travis competed in the November 2019 culinary competition featuring his octopus ravioli.
Dive Instructors – The yacht offers diving! Guests need not have any prior dive experience to dive from the ship. The yacht carries dive tanks and regulators, ad diving is included in the charter fee for certified divers. The Discovery Dive Course for $150/diver, a requirement for beginner divers is not included in the fee, but Travis and Missy teach that course and dive with guests.
Fly Bridge – With couch, deck bed, and table, the table pivots as needed toward the deck bed or toward the couches for comfort. A permanent bimini sailing awning provides shade at sea. Backrests on the couches/sunbathing beds lift forward to face the sunset or in the reverse direction to face aft. Steel band music pipes through the speakers….or any kind of music you like.
Cockpit on the main aft deck – An additional outdoor space is offered on the main deck aft which is covered by the fly bridge supplying shade. Wet bar, ice bucket of champagne, tray of liquor. The folding dining table expands to seat six and folds to create more room. Deck bed outboard of the bench settees in dark gray with turquoise and navy blue throws offer lounging at the shade, and weather curtains keep the elements out while dining.
Davits on the aft deck – A crane on the aft deck outboard of the cockpit hoists and lowers the dinghy with 50 hp outboard hydraulically. A couch along the railing supplies additional seating and is called The Admiral Seat.
Watersports –Travis and Missy offer all the watersports; they do all the waterskiing, wakeboards, tubing; they have a subwing, snorkel gear, stand up paddle boards, lily pad, sailing dinghy even – two of them! – Tiwals – for competition! – learn to sail! They even have two fly rods aboard for casting for bonefish on Anegada!
Forward Cockpit – It’s kind of a like a well with bench seating all around, so you can sit up and be more comfortable than lying down.