High Rate: $ 24,000 weekly All Inclusive
Low Rate: $ 20,000 weekly All Inclusive
3 Kings, 1 Queen, 1 Full Cabin for guests, each with private bathroom
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- Locations It Travels:
- Special Features:
- St. Thomas
- Great cocktails
Award Winning food
Colorful bright interior appointments
Newly Refitted yacht
Cruise the US and British Virgin Islands
Parties of Ten
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YES DEAR – 58’ Voyage sailing catamaran, built in 2007 is looking good! Mechanically and systematically, everything is working well, but also bright colors are everywhere, and she has the same experienced crew Jonathan and Katie as last year. For a 12 year old boat, she is pristine!
Available year round from St.Thomas – $20,000 to $24,000 weekly all inclusive for two to ten guests (depending on number of people in the party) year round except CHRISTMAS: 1-10 pax @ $28,175 – 6N minimum. Must end on or before 12/28/19 NEW YEARS: 1-10 pax @ $30,000 -7N minimum. May not start prior to 12/28/19 –
Jonathan and Katie – Whipped the boat into shape over the course of the season. Last year Katie won the dessert competition at the charter yacht show.
Cockpit – Bright yellow and orange throw cushions, and a beautifully set dining table, all new, and a chalkboard holds today’s menu.
Bow Seating – Bean bags galore, sunbathing mattresses on the coach roof; two stand up paddle boards and kayak nicely displayed. This is a pretty boat with lots of room on deck.
Saloon – Katie’s food presentation on the saloon table of a shark carved out of a watermelon with teeth, spouting grapes and cherries and cookies the shape of the state of Virginia, her home state, is nothing short of creative. Bright Navy blue upholstery against the shiny white bulkheads pop. Jonathan, a one time professional bartender, was experimenting with new drinks; he likes to make people cocktails; he offers them onboard. Handing me a menu, the name of one of them was ‘Love Shack Bush Whack.” Jugs of juice trays adorned the buffet, and Katie loves to decorate; Katie loves to put things together, says Jonathan, and it shows in her guest cabin presentations, her towel art, her colors, her table settings, her art work, her Virginia-shaped cookies, and so forth.
Sleeps 10 in 5 Cabins – Now all with USB ports, each cabin is pristine. Freshly painted white walls contrast with the new white cotton spreads in red, green and blue with towel art; beautiful photograph of Rio de Janeiro – there’s a Grand Canyon room, a Great Barrier Reef room, Northern Light halls; all the hatches have sun screens on them to keep the heat out; the cabins stay cool. The starboard midship cabin is smaller than other four staterooms, three with Queen berths, one with King berth. This small midship cabin with full-sized bed is suitable for a single adult or two small children, but Jonathan tells me the bed does sleep two adults comfortably; it’s just smaller than the other four cabins, that’s all; it featured another of Katie’s creative displays, a monkey hanging from the wall, in towel art – cute! The second cabin is forward, a spacious Queen with bed along the wall; the port side forward cabin has a King berth, and the port aft cabin is a Queen bed. The aft starboard cabin has a Queen. The crew sleep amidships to port. All cabins have a private bathroom with plenty of hot water.