Borrowed Bounty

Guests: 8 From: 22,200
Staterooms: 4
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Sleeps 8 guests in 4 guest stateroom(s).
4 with Queen Bed(s)
1 with Twin Bed(s)


Crew takes twin cabin.

Heads on starboard side have separate showers, heads on port side are wet heads.

Queen Berths – 5’W x 6’6″L
Bunks – Top is 32″W x 75″L
Bottom is 36″W x 75″L

Layout Diagram


Guests 8
# Of Crew 2
Length49.00 Ft / 14.00 m
Beam26 ft
Draft4.43 ft
Built - Refit:2024 - No Refit Date Set
BuilderBali Catamarans
Cruising Speed8 knots


Dinghy HP40hp
Paddle Boards2
Single Kayaks2
Snorkeling gearYes
Inflatable, towable tubesYes
Fishing GearYes
Scuba DivingYacht offers Rendezvous Diving only

Other Toys

10 ft. floating dock
Underwater Lights
SUP's are fitted with a conversion kit to turn them into kayaks (2)


From: 22,200
Summer 2024
2 Guests 22,500
3 Guests 23,000
4 Guests 23,500
5 Guests 24,000
6 Guests 24,500
7 Guests 25,000
8 Guests 25,500

Winter 2024 to 2025
2 Guests 22,500
3 Guests 23,000
4 Guests 23,500
5 Guests 24,000
6 Guests 24,500
7 Guests 25,000
8 Guests 25,500

Summer 2025
2 Guests 22,500
3 Guests 23,000
4 Guests 23,500
5 Guests 24,000
6 Guests 24,500
7 Guests 25,000
8 Guests 25,500

Winter 2025 to 2026
2 Guests 22,500
3 Guests 23,000
4 Guests 23,500
5 Guests 24,000
6 Guests 24,500
7 Guests 25,000
8 Guests 25,500

Pricing Details

For 6 night charters, divide weekly rate by 7 nights X 6 nights. For 5 nights or less, divide weekly rate by 6 nights X number of nights.
Please inquire if you need a cabin change

SLEEP ABOARD: The yacht does not offer sleepaboards

LOCAL FARE: Includes: 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 5 dinners. Requires 2 lunches and 2 dinners ashore at client expense.
-For local fare, deduct $150 per person off the charter rate

7 night minimum. Scrub Island ports required.
CHRISTMAS 2024: 1-8 guests @ +10% surcharge over 8 guests rate ($28,050) - charter must end no later than 12/27
NEW YEARS 24/25: 1-8 guests @ +20% surcharge over 8 guests rate ($30,600)

Relocation fee of $2,000, minimum 72 hour turn required on either side of charter dates
for boat transit. Please inquire for availability.

St Thomas Drop off - $1,000
Due to threats of provisions being dumped at the border, we will only drop off in the USVI.

St. Vincent & the Grenadines Relocation Fee:
Relocation fee of $4,000, minimum 72 hour turn required on either side of charter dates for boat transit. Please inquire for availability.


Crew Profile

Jake Dyer

Olivia Paine

Jake grew up by the ocean on the Jersey shore and has been sailing around the British Virgin Islands among other places his whole life. His passion for sailing translates into a passion for life, as he loves trying new things and meeting new people. Jake started his working life by the ocean as a lifeguard and also volunteered as an EMT making safety his utmost priority.

Jake's love for exploring led him to Switzerland where he did a year abroad as part of his bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics and Financial Consulting at SMU. Faced with a million different paths of what to do next, he wanted to follow his passion and bought a one way ticket to South Africa where he got his captains license. This was the kickstart of his career and he has since fallen in love with giving guests a memorable experience while sharing his passion for sailing.

Hobbies: Kitesurfing, wakeboarding, skiing/snowboarding, golf, lacrosse, cooking, cards, guitar

• RYA YachtMaster Offshore with Commercial Endorsement
• RYA VHF license
• Radar
• ENG 1
• PADI Open Water Diver
• AED & First Aid Certified

CHEF Olivia Paine

Previously living by the coast in Mumbles (Wales), Olivia feels at peace by the ocean. While the coastline in Wales is, in her opinion, one of the most beautiful, she wanted to find a warmer climate to pursue a more permanent spot on the ocean. While completing a degree in English at Cardiff University, she would enjoy hosting dinner parties for her friends and family, exploring different cuisines and presentation techniques. After her studies, Olivia traded in the textbooks for an apron and took to Croatia to work as a chef on an array of yachts, realizing she couldn't see herself doing anything else.

Olivia often draws on knowledge from her experiences traveling to create delicious meals for her guests. Likewise, to further her excitement and knowledge around cooking with local ingredients, Olivia has signed up for the well-known Yacht Chef course in Ashburton Cookery School, which she will have completed just prior to joining Blue. Olivia loves sharing her keenness for the outdoors with others, engaging in activities such as kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding. Moreover, she loves nothing more than bringing people together and impressing them with both the taste and presentation of her meals.

• Level 2 Food Safety and Hygiene
• Yacht Chef Certificate Ashburton

Additional Information

The Bali 4.8 design was new to the market in 2020 and provided a fresh approach to sailing. The design is revolutionary in how space is accessed, with deliberate attention to flow and open space. It succeeds in producing a scale that feels less like a boat, and more like an upscale floating condominium. Bali catamarans are known and appreciated for their unparalleled success in blending luxury, space, and performance; producing a sailing experience that is unparalleled. This new design further capitalizes on that reputation with the advent of the “Bali garage door” that is the centerpiece of the yacht. It allows for the aft wall of the yacht to simply disappear, opening up the back of the yacht to an unobstructed view of paradise. This also affords indoor/outdoor dining options and gives the ever-present Caribbean breeze ample opportunity to make its way through the yacht with ease. With her solid foredeck gone are the forward trampolines, replaced by a large relaxing lounge area complete with cushions for sunbathing. A full-sized door provides access directly from the lounge area into the salon, allowing free movement through the yacht. A walk up to the flybridge unveils a seating area perfect for cocktails and taking in sunsets. There is also another area for sunbathing on the flybridge where you can take in the sights of the islands from the highest vantage point on the yacht. The Bali open space design is further complimented by the superior outfit of Borrowed Bounty. No detail has been left unnoticed from the fine linens, pillows and throws to the wine glasses, serving and flatware that make every day feel luxurious. She has been stocked full with every appliance and kitchen accessory to allow the chef to fully showcase the mastery of their art. And the water toys abound, allowing guests to fully experience all the Caribbean has to offer, both in and out of the water. Borrowed Bounty will accommodate 8 charter guests in 4 spacious queen cabins. She is a 2024 model with SeaDek encompassing the entire deck, upgraded engines, solar panels, air conditioning, water maker, ice maker, full sized refrigerator, a fully customizable menu, ecofriendly and reef safe toiletries, a bar stocked to guest preference, coffee/espresso machine, rendezvous scuba diving, snorkeling gear, underwater scooters, subwing, wakeboard, stand up paddle boards, kayak, towable water tube, 10 ft. floating dock, pool noodles, fishing gear, board and card games, television in the salon, Fusion 3 Bluetooth enabled sound system and Borrowed Bounty giveaways.