55' Jeanneau

High Rate: $ 13,800 weekly All Inclusive

Low Rate: $ 9,800 weekly All Inclusive







Cabin Configuration:

Master Queen + 1 Twin/King + 1 Queen, all with private bathroom


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  • Special Features:
  • 55'
  • Jeanneau
  • 2005
  • Caribbean
  • Tortola

  • Kitesurfing instruction
    Gracious hostess & crew
    Low Rates
    Out of door Dining
    Excellent Sailing

Water Toys

  • Large dinghy with 50 hp outboard
  • tubes
  • water skis
  • wakeboards
  • floaties
  • noodles
  • two surfboards
  • snorkeling gear
  • sailing

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SAYANG – 55’ Jeanneau sloop (monohull), built in 2005, available year round from Tortola for $9,800 to $11,800 weekly all inclusive for two to four guests; six guests can be accommodated in comfort for $13,800 weekly.

Owner Operators – Mike Jones, the captain is tall, young, and South African; Stephanie Mathewson is the first mate/chef from Canada.  His 4th charter season in the BVI, Mike operates SAYANG out of Tortola, going for sailing in comfort!

Sleeps 4 guests in 2 staterooms – The master stateroom is forward with centerline Queen bed and his and her bathrooms; the second guest stateroom is aft with lower single beds for families of four that also convert to a King bed for a second couple.  The crew uses the aft starboard cabin.  Parties of six can be accommodated by converting the forward master cabin into two small Queen-bedded cabins.  The queen bed splits into two, each side sliding to opposite sides of the cabin.  The mattress then flips open to become two double beds; a partition slides into place down the center of the cabin, dividing the stateroom into two.  The his and her bathrooms become private bathrooms for each stateroom.  The beds are all made before you arrive, and Steffi offers turn down service.

Lovely, gracious saloon

Cockpit – Teak decks (old) with varnished dining table, Bimini sailing awning, two steering wheels, Navy Blue cushions, hammock of fruit, and a hammock for humans too!

Sports Gear – Large dinghy with 50 hp outboard pulls tubers, water skiers, wakeboarders, and they have floaties, noodles, two surfboards, and snorkeling gear

Kiteboarding – Although they are not instructors, the crew are big into kiteboarding. They can tailor kiteboarding instruction for guests, however, as Mike and Stephanie are good friends of Tommy who runs Anegada Kiteboarding School, ‘best school in the Caribbean!”

Stephanie – Although Stephanie was not aboard when we inspected the vessel, Mike delighted in telling me about her.  She ran a private island in the Bahamas called Hadie Cay; she managed the island.  She also worked the foredeck of various 120’ sailing yachts.  A terrific sailor, she did this for 8 years!  Her great hosting and cooking experience ensures a great holiday for all.  Mike says Steffi is a better kiteboarder than he; she does back flips.  She is also a yoga instructor.  Learning in Bali, she is big into yoga, and they have two inflatable stand-up paddle boards, all the rage these days for doing yoga on, instead of using yoga mats….

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