|Sleeps 8 guests in 5 guest stateroom(s).|
|3 with Queen Bed(s)|
|1 with Twin Bed(s)|
Three queen cabins and one bunk available for guests to use.Crew take the port aft cabin. Crew will move to the twin cabin for a $250/night surcharge.
|Length||47.00 Ft / 14.00 m|
|Built - Refit:||2020 - No Refit Date Set|
|Cruising Speed||8.5 knots|
|Inflatable, towable tubes||Yes|
|Scuba Diving||Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only|
$500 off any charter, November or December 2023 (excludes New Years).From: 18,700
Winter 2023 to 2024
Winter 2024 to 2025
$500 off any charter, November or December 2023 (excludes New Years).MINIMUM NIGHTS: 5, Inquire for lessFor 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.BVI taxes & fees are included in the rate$250/night surcharge for crew to move cabinsBVI PORTS PLEASE!HALF-BOARD: Includes: 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches & 3 dinners. Requires 3 lunches & 4 dinners ashore at client expense. 2/$19,200 3/$19,550 4/$19,900 5/$20,250 6/$21,100 7/$21,950 8/$22,800LOCAL FARE: Includes: 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 6 dinners. Requires 2 lunches and 1 dinner ashore at client expense. 2/$19,350 3/$19,775 4/$20,200 5/$20,625 6/$21,550 7/$22,475 8/$23,400SLEEP ABOARD: Sleep aboard the night before charter dates. Available for 1/2 the daily rate. Includes 4pm boarding, snacks, welcome cocktails & continental breakfast. Dinner is to be taken ashore at client expense.CHRISTMAS/NEW YEARS: 7 night minimum CHRISTMAS 2023: 1-8 guests @ $24,000 - December 21-27, 2023 (6 nights @ $20,571 or 5 nights @ $20,000)NEW YEARS 23/24: 1-8 guests @ $28,500 - may not start prior to 12/28CHRISTMAS 2024: 1-8 guests @ $26,500- must end by 12/28NEW YEARS 24/25: 1-8 guests @ $29,000 - may not start prior to 12/29
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Captain Daryl was born in Ohio and moved to South Carolina at a very young age. He spent a lot of his time as a youth fishing along the many rivers, tributaries and swamps in the midlands of the Palmetto State. He realized his passion for boats wakeboarding with his family every weekend on the large man made Lake Murray.
After receiving a BA from the University of South Carolina, he decided to make a change and moved to the Island of St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands in 2005. Daryl has worked as a professional Chef for most of his adult career including tenor at a top ten restaurant in the Caribbean, Savant, as executive chef. This is also where he discovered his love for sailing. He has lived aboard his own sailboats and cruised the Caribbean with over 50,000 NM sailed the past 15 years.
His dedication to being a top tier chef has given him an insatiable appetite for guest satisfaction. Pun intended! In his down time Daryl enjoys racing small sailboats, fishing, hiking, scuba diving and woodworking. He has extensive knowledge of the waters surrounding the Virgin Islands and is happy to recommend specific destinations based on guests needs and desires for their trip. Daryl believes safety and respect for the environment around you will always provide for an optimal, fun filled trip. He can’t wait to experience more of the Virgin Islands with new faces in sunny beautiful places!
Captain Daryl holds a US Coastguard 100 ton masters captains license. He has been endorsed in Sailing and Towing Vessels as well. Daryl is Certified in CPR/First Aid for Adults and Children. In addition, he has also been certified from the US Coast Guard in Advanced Fire Fighting and Medical Care Provider.
Leala was born and raised in Southern California. She grew up a block from the ocean and has been transfixed and in love with the sea ever since. After she finished raising her two children, and due to a bit of empty nest syndrome, she left her longtime career as a Hollywood hairstylist and took to the sea. She went on to sail the eastern seaboard multiple times from the Bahamas up to Nantucket. She has been a chef on yachts, from Alaska to the Caribbean on and off since 2014. She loves hosting guests, accommodating their wants and needs and showing them all that boat life has to offer. Leala is an avid snorkeler and enjoys guiding tours in or around the waters of the Bahamas and the Virgin Islands. Leala’s culinary expertise centers around quality local ingredients including the best local seafood she can find. Having grown up in Los Angeles, she is proud to be fluent in many cuisines including Latin, American, and Asian. Her experience in the Caribbean has furthered her desire to branch out in culinary endeavors. Her aim is to plan and deliver a wonderful menu for your week aboard. She can accommodate almost all dietary restrictions, including paleo, gluten free, vegan and keto and even picky kids! She also holds a US Coast Guard 100 Ton Master’s Captains License