|Sleeps 8 guests in 4 guest stateroom(s).|
|4 with Queen Bed(s)|
4 queen berth guest cabins each with a private en-suite electric head, stall shower and sink/vanity. All cabins with exception of starboard aft cabin are dry heads.
All cabins have individually contract air-conditioning for each cabins comfort.
Top desk fly-bridge with lounging and seating with a 360 degree view.
Forward cockpit and lounge and dining area.
Aft cockpit with seating and dining accommodations.
Main deck has a bright and airy main salon (fully air-conditioned) as the galley direct access to the forward cockpit lounge area.
Crew take starboard mid-ship cabin (twin cabin), but will move to starboard aft cabin on request.
All queen berths are 5’w X 6’6″L
Bunks: Top bunk 32″W x 75″L; bottom bunk 36″W x 75″L
|Length||54.00 Ft / 16.00 m|
|Built - Refit:||2021 - |
|Cruising Speed||8 knots|
|Dinghy HP||40 HP|
|Inflatable, towable tubes||Yes|
|Scuba Diving||Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only|
10 ft. floating dock
Floats / Noodles
Floats / Noodles
Winter 2023 to 2024
Winter 2023 to 2024
GENERAL NOTES: MINIMUM NIGHTS: 5, Inquire for less 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.72 HOURS REQUIRED FOR TURNAROUND$800 SURCHARGE FOR CREW TO MOVE CABINSSLEEP ABOARD: Sleep aboard the night before charter dates. Available for $300 per cabin, with a 3 cabin minimum. Includes boarding after 4pm, welcome cocktail and canapes plus a light breakfast the next morning. Dinner is to be taken ashore at client expense. HALF-BOARD: Includes: 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches & 3 dinners. Requires 3 lunches & 4 dinners ashore at client expense.SUMMER 2023: 2/$27,200 3/$327,550 4/$27,900 5/$28,250 6/$28,600 7/$29,950 8/$29,300WINTER 23/24: 2/$29,700 3/$30,050 4/$30,400 5/$30,750 6/$31,100 7/$31,450 8/$31,800SUMMER 2024: 2/$30,700 3/$31,050 4/$31,400 5/$31,750 6/$32,100 7/$32,450 8/$32,800LOCAL FARE: Includes: 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 6 dinners. Requires 2 lunches and 1 dinner ashore at client expense.SUMMER 2023: 2/$27,350 3/$27,775 4/$28,200 5/$28,625 6/$29,050 7/$29,475 8/$29,900WINTER 23/24: 2/$29,850 3/$30,275 4/$30,700 5/$31,125 6/$31,550 7/$31,975 8/$32,400SUMMER 2024: 2/$30,850 3/$31,275 4/$31,700 5/$32,125 6/$32,550 7/$32,975 8/$33,400CHRISTMAS/NEW YEARS: 7 night minimum. Scrub Island ports required.CHRISTMAS 2023: 1-8 guests @ $39,600 - charter must end by 12/26NEW YEARS 23/24: 1-8 guests @ $42,900 - charter may not start prior to 12/27
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Born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, it wasn’t until Jonathan and his family moved to Australia where his passion for the outdoors and adventure began. He comes from a family of avid sailors which is where the intrigue for sailing started. Jonathan began his working career as an engineering Tradesperson in Heavy Fabrication & Welding. That experience gave him a broad background for all things mechanical.
In 2015, he decided to turn his dream of working as a Professional Yacht Captain into a reality and he obtained his Offshore Yacht Master’s in South Africa. Jonathan has since had a vast amount of experience working on charter yachts in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, French Polynesia, Thailand, Australia and South Africa, working as both a Charter Captain, Delivery Captain and Lead Skipper of a flotilla company.
In his free time, between charter seasons, Jonathan also started a Safari company taking guests through South Africa, Namibia and Botswana. Experiencing the vast landscapes, animal safari’s and 4wding (which is definitely not for the faint hearted). Jonathan’s first love however, will always be sailing, feeling most at home being in and around the water!
Jonathan spends his spare time participating in water sports, diving, fishing and travelling (anything that involves water really). Jonathan self-admits that he much prefers the relaxed lifestyle that comes with yachting and would eventually like to purchase a yacht of his own and sail around the world with his partner, Tracy.
Born in the coastal South West of Australia, this is where Tracy’s love of the great outdoors began. Tracy grew up on a farm and started boating from a young age. Living on the coast allowed her to flourish on the beach and in the water.
Over the years Tracy has worked in several cafes and restaurants in Western Australia, well known for it’s famous wine regions. Tracy worked as a supervisor, chef and barista with over eight years experience in the hospitality industry.
Tracy also studied Occupational Therapy, at Curtin University, which lead to a career in the disability sector supporting adults with Autism. Tracy has always had the urge to support other’s in need. She has since returned to working in the hospitality industry, having travelled overseas to a vast variety of countries, Tracy fell in love with the yachting lifestyle. After all, what could be better than travelling from place to place whilst working onboard a yacht!
Tracy has sailed around the western and eastern coasts of Australia, Mediterranean and French Polynesia. Her broad cooking style incorporates an array of seafood, Asian delicacies and comforting Italian cuisines to make you feel like you’re experiencing different cultures.