High Rate: $ 14,000 weekly All Inclusive
Low Rate: $ 11,000 weekly All Inclusive
2 King Guest Staterooms that each convert to Twin beds & 1 Guest Full-bedded Stateroom, all with private bathroom.
- Regions Available:
- Locations It Travels:
- Special Features:
- St. Thomas, Spanish Virgin Islands, BVI, St. Maarten
- 2 King Cabins that convert to Twins & 1 Guest Full Cabin
Indoor / Outdoor dining
Cute Crew of 2
Awnings forward, Awnings Aft
A comfortable Platform
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TRIDENT TIDES – 47’ Catana catamaran sloop, built in 2009, refitted in 2017, based in Red Hook, St. Thomas (please inquire about Tortola pickups); the yacht will cruise the Spanish Virgin Islands, if guests are interested. It will also pick up in St. Maarten on request. Charter fee ranges from $12,000 to $14,000 a week all-inclusive for two to six guests, except $16,000 weekly for Christmas or New Year’s. Rates slide according to number in party. November through April, 2020 availability; not available summer.
Crew of 2 – Zane and Shivani have been chartering for three years. The last boat they worked on was a Hylas 70’ monohull called ‘Destiny.’ Working for the owner, they have operated charters in Maine and New England; they’ve cruised from Southern Canada all the way down to the ABC Islands. Spending 1 ½ years in the Bahamas, they know the Bahamas well, and they tell me they’re going for the best holiday ever. “That’s our tagline; our goal is to personalize people’s holidays.’ Happy to have kids onboard, they love groups, who are tightly knit; people looking to do exciting activities; they enjoy talking to guests, discovering what they like to do before and during their cruise; Zane and Shivani enjoy hiking, snorkeling, exploring, being active, a wonderful couple, sensitive to their guests needs.
Saloon – Prettily set dining table in saloon with cloth napkins and red ‘seaweed’ napkin holders. Color coordinated throw cushions; cream colored leather upholstery; off-white paneling with teak trim; galley and navigation station in-suite, a deck saloon with windows all about; soft music playing. Baskets of fruit, hammocks of fresh vegetables, vegetable displays, etc….
Awnings forward, awnings aft – Zane tells me there is more square footage in awning space than deck space, which makes the yacht feel cool on deck;
Dining Options inside and out –
Mirror image hulls – the yacht sleeps 6 guests; the crew sleep forward to port and are flexible; both aft cabin beds have King beds that convert to twins; the forward cabins are full size beds with AC and fans; windows in the hull offer enticing views of the cruising ground from the cabins; each bed has a scarf draped over it to make them look pretty, and there is a ladder to climb to get up to each bed; the crew take one of these forward cabins. The twin cabins aft make the yacht comfortable for families!
Online brochure and Rates http://www.cyabrochure.com/eb/544/accX/6421/1