Wild Rumpus

Guests: 4 From: 21,700
Staterooms: 2
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Sleeps 4 guests in 2 guest stateroom(s).
2 with King Bed(s)


Inquire for 6 guests. 2 Queen cabins. Pull-out queen bed available in salon.

Layout Diagram


Guests 4
# Of Crew 2
Length50.00 Ft / 15.00 m
Beam26 ft
Draft5 ft
Built - Refit:2022 - No Refit Date Set
BuilderXquisite Yachts
Cruising Speed7


DinghyOC Tender 12'' carbon fiber
Dinghy HP15
Paddle Boards2
Double Kayaks1
Snorkeling gearYes
Inflatable, towable tubesYes
Fishing GearYes
Scuba DivingYacht offers Rendezvous Diving only

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From: 21,700
Summer 2024
2 Guests 23,000
3 Guests 23,500
4 Guests 24,000

Winter 2024 to 2025
2 Guests 23,000
3 Guests 23,500
4 Guests 24,000

Summer 2025
2 Guests 23,000
3 Guests 23,500
4 Guests 24,000

Winter 2025 to 2026
2 Guests 23,000
3 Guests 23,500
4 Guests 24,000

Pricing Details

.......... Down Island Charters from August - end of October ..........

7 nights ($150 off per person) - Includes 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches & 3 dinners aboard - with all other meals to be taken ashore at client expense
2@$21,700 | 3@$22,050 | 4@$22,400

7 nights ($75 off per person) - Includes: 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 6 dinners. Requires 2 lunches and 1 dinner ashore at client expense.
2@$21,850 | 3@$22,275 | 4@$22,700

Minimum 5 nights.

SLEEP ABOARD: Available for half of the daily rate. Includes boarding after 4pm, snacks, welcome cocktails & continental breakfast. Dinner ashore is additional. Select option upon booking. EXCLUDES: Christmas and New Year's weeks.

CHRISTMAS/NEW YEARS: 7 night minimum
CHRISTMAS 2024: 1-4 guests @$27,000
NEW YEARS 2024/2025: 1-4 guests @ $29,000
** Must have a 48 hour turn between Christmas and New Year's Charters **


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Crew Profile

Stacey Carter

Eric Carter
Capt. Stacey Carter
As a teenager on the lakes of Alabama, Stacey spent her summers pulling water skiers from morning to dusk. Her interest in sailing began with an American Sailing Association (ASA) 101 course in south Florida, followed by a long road trip through Texas to buy a 16’ sailboat. That small boat was a small step on what would become a lifelong passion for being on the water.  

After moving to the San Francisco Bay Area, Stacey’s sailing became less of a hobby and more of a passion.    Sailboat vacations to the Virgin Islands and Croatia expanded her boating horizons, while sailboat racing on the San Francisco Bay honed her skills.

Stacey and her husband Eric lived on Angel Island in the San Francisco Bay, which made boating a part of their daily lives as the sole means of getting to and from the island. Stacey and her husband were also active members of the Corinthian Yacht Club in Tiburon, California, where they could often be found in the late evening after just stopping by for a quick and early lunch.

Stacey’s true passion and excitement come from sailing in warmer water than San Francisco, such as the Caribbean. As a certified scuba diver and water sports enthusiast, crystal-clear warm waters are where she finds the most joy. Her interests in healthy eating and sunset happy hours are perfectly balanced for the Caribbean boating lifestyle. Stacey holds a USCG 100 Ton Master’s license and sailing endorsement.

Stacey was part of the crew that sailed Wild Rumpus from South Africa to Grenada, then on to the Virgin Islands, Bahamas, and New England before returning to the Virgin Islands.  

Chef Eric Carter
Growing up just off the Narragansett Bay in Massachusetts, Eric grew up with the lakes and rivers of New England as his playground. His lifelong love of being outdoors and on the water progressed from swim team to lifeguard and eventually to 20 years as a California State Park Ranger. As a Park Ranger, Eric worked and played along the redwood coast and the rivers of the Sierra foothills for almost all of his career.

After being stationed on Angel Island, in the San Francisco Bay, Eric’s love of all things nature and water turned into a passion for sailing. When his wife suggested they join the nearby yacht club, he wasn’t convinced. But, after a few of the Friday night beer can races bringing up the rear end on their beloved and tiny Wabi Sabi, Eric returned to his wife with what he thought was a brilliant and totally original idea—joining the nearby Corinthian Yacht Club! Eric and Stacey joined and continued to sail as a means of commuting from Angel Island to the main land, race on the San Francisco Bay, and sail anywhere his wife let him such as Croatia and the Virgin Island until they moved aboard Wild Rumpus.

Eric and Stacey are also members of the most exclusive (and largely imaginary) yacht club in America, the Angel Island Yacht Club. Since only a handful of California State Park employees ever live on Angel Island, the yacht club will remain the exclusive domain of a lucky few sailors.
Eric’s passion for sailing and fun are infectious and sure to brighten your vacation.

Eric holds a USCG OUPV license.

Eric was part of the crew that sailed Wild Rumpus from South Africa to Grenada, then to New England and back to the Caribbean again, so he knows the boat intimately.

Additional Information

This Xquisite 2022 50' sailing catamaran boasts a spacious master stateroom on the starboard side, comfortably accommodating two guests. On the port side, there is a large king cabin. The owner's suite features a generously sized bathroom, while both guest bathrooms come equipped with private ensuite facilities, including electric toilets, vanities, and showers. The yacht and its rooms are bathed in natural light and offer excellent ventilation, with the option of full air-conditioning to suit guest preferences. The salon is designed to provide ample space for group gatherings or a serene spot for individuals or couples to relax. It can comfortably seat up to six people for dining or leisure. Wild Rumpus epitomizes the luxury of a Caribbean charter vessel!


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