- Guests 6
- Cabins 3
- Model Cat
- Year Built 2005
Charter Rates Per Week
|Rate Period||Terms||2 Guests||3 Guests||4 Guests||5 Guests||6 Guests|
|Winter 2022 to 2023||Inclusive||$15,300||$16,050||$16,800||$17,550||$18,300|
|Winter 2023 to 2024||Inclusive||$15,300||$16,050||$16,800||$17,550||$18,300|
Additional Rate Information
MINIMUM NIGHTS: 5, inquire for less
For 6 nights divide by 7N X 6N. For less than 6 nights, divide by 6N X number of nights.
KUMA TOO IS LEGAL FOR BVI OR USVI CHARTERS.
For USVI itininerary, pick up is in Red Hook. For BVI itinerary, pick up is in Village Cay
HALF-BOARD OPTION: $150 disc pp Includes 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches & 3 dinners, other meals ashore at client expense.
2/$15,000 03/$15,600 4/$16,200 5/$16,800 6/$17,400
LOCAL FARE OPTION: $75 disc pp includes Includes 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 6 dinners, other meals ashore at client expense.
2/$15,150 3/$15,825 4/$16,500 5/$17,175 6/$17,850
SLEEP ABOARD: Sleep aboard the night before charter dates. $750 for use of all cabins.
Includes boarding after 4pm, snacks, welcome cocktails & continental breakfast. Dinner is to be taken ashore at client expense.
1-6 pax, 7 night minimum
CHRISTMAS: $22,890 – Must end by Dec 27th
NEW YEARS: $23,940 – May not start prior to Dec 28th
Summer Area: Caribbean Virgin Islands (US/BVI), Caribbean Virgin Islands (US), Caribbean Virgin Islands (BVI)
Winter Area: Caribbean Virgin Islands (US/BVI), Caribbean Virgin Islands (US), Caribbean Virgin Islands (BVI)
Location Details: Yacht is legal for USVI or BVI charters. Yacht picks up in Red Hook for USVI Charters or Village Cay for BVI charters.
Inquire about location/operating area for 23-24 charter season
Captain Joe grew up just 3 miles from the U.S.’s top-rated Clearwater Beach enjoying the typical Florida lifestyle of fishing, camping, boating, and beachcombing. When he was old enough to breakaway from the Florida coastline, he found himself bouncing around the Caribbean from Mexico to the Lesser Antilles in search of crystalline turquoise water several times a year. The sea was always calling him. In 2009, Joe had the opportunity to captain a sailing vessel in a club race and was hooked immediately. Over the last 10+ years, he has raced sailboats ranging from 21-feet to 52-feet. Joe says, “The ability to harness wind and wave to get to a destination without the means of mechanical propulsion is intoxicating and rewarding.” He now holds his USCG 100-ton master license with sailing and towing endorsement and his BVI Boatmaster in addition to his STCW, CPR, and first aid certifications.
Always the life of the party, Joe’s infectious laugh can be heard across the room! With the perfect balance of comedic relief and professionalism, it was in 2005 that Joe’s wife Mandy first noticed Joe at work because of his ability to lead his staff with high spirits in the most stressful situations. Within a few months, they took their first trip together to Puerto Rico, unknowing what path was laid out for them. Scuba diving (both are certified open-water divers), sailing, and land exploration took them from Alaska to Europe, South America to the South Pacific, but most frequently to Florida’s backyard, the Caribbean. Since music and food are a universal language, you can find Joe and Mandy on the dance floor, at a communal table, or around an acoustic guitarist making conversation with others. To them, the most rewarding part of travel is the people met along the way which turn into life-long friendships.
After years of traveling throughout the Virgin Islands, they married on St. Thomas in 2013. On a 2015 vacation to the British Virgin Islands, Joe and Mandy met a fellow sailor, and the idea hatched of pursuing their own sailing adventure full time. The corporate grind of deadlines and politics was about to be behind them, as Joe and Mandy sold everything, quit their jobs, took command of Kuma Too, and never looked back. They have sailed Kuma Too over 15,000 nautical miles throughout Florida, the Bahamas, Atlantic Ocean, and Caribbean Sea and the meter is still running.
Offering sailing charters along the West Coast of Florida, Joe and Mandy’s love of hosting guests on board Kuma Too grew, and they were ready for the next step. For their 3rd charter season, they headed south to the Virgin Islands! Joe enjoys sharing his love of the sea and sailing with guests, and Mandy looks forward to sharing her love of cuisine!
Growing up landlocked, Mandy has always had an adventurous soul from rock climbing to skydiving and with dreams of traveling the world, even as a child. She began scuba diving with her dad at age 15 which unlocked a whole new world of travel and cuisine! On every trip, she tried new dishes and flavors which would eventually shape her own culinary skills. Bringing global influences into her dishes, Mandy most enjoys creating unique sauces and seasonings. Although Joe is the Captain of Kuma Too, Mandy holds her OUPV Captain’s License, STCW, CPR, and first aid certifications as well and is fully competent in safely handling their 47-foot floating home.
With 15 years in general aviation, both Joe and Mandy have traveled around the U.S. for work, but the Caribbean kept calling. Their unique backgrounds with private and corporate aircraft included not only handling mechanical and fueling matters but also providing superior customer service to affluent passengers. They both have extensive experience coordinating major events at airports along the East Coast such as Nascar, NFL, MLB, NBA, and PGA championship games and yacht shows. Their organized manner and ability to multitask while placing safety above all else was developed over those years but is now a key element for their success in providing a personalized dream sailing vacation aboard Kuma Too.
***CREW IS FULLY VACCINATED FOR COVID-19****
Another Day at the Office
Day 1 on Kuma Too
Dancing on Anegada
Mandy always ready for an adventure
Sound system with Bluetooth pairing – Over 5000 songs in all genres available offline, unlimited with Spotify access, or stream your own music!
Flat screen TV with over 3281 ft. and shows available
New bean bag chairs
New yoga mats
New hammock perfect for an afternoon nap or morning reading session
Card and board games
Fiction and non-fiction books, and field guides to identify all the fish, coral, shells, and birds encountered
Internet Access: Limited upon request via hotspot
3 Queen-sized guest cabins, each with a private bathroom, full air conditioning, ambient reading lights, state-of-the-art gel foam mattresses with cooling layer and organic cotton topper for comfortable nights.
Bountiful comfy throw pillows for lounging. Hanging closets, ample storage space and shelves for storing personal items.
Skylights provide sunshine during the day, star-gazing at night and gentle breezes, and privacy shades; fans for airflow.
Each private bathroom is stocked with ocean-safe toiletries and plush Turkish cotton towels and washcloths. Electric fresh water toilets are easy to use and keep the “wet heads” clean and odor-free. Many guests choose to use the additional outdoor shower.
Spacious cockpit for al fresco dining. Indoor dining table features custom 1720-Old World Map inlay and new upholstery over plush seating for 6.
150+ square-foot covered deck space with ample seating on new 4-inch thick high density foam custom cushions. Roll down sun shades with separate rain screens.
Large brand new trampolines with 2 bow seats
Coffee, tea, juices, Bloody Marys, Mimosas and fresh fruit available daily
RumChata French Toast
Raspberry-Ricotta Filled French Crepes
Classic Eggs Benedict
Fresh Fruit Parfait with Poached Pear
Strawberry French Toast Bake
Grilled Salmon Caesar Salad
Seared Ahi-Tuna Buddha Bowl
Thai Red Curry Chicken
Cheeseburgers in Paradise
Summer Chicken Salad Wrap
Pan-Seared Steak Salad
HAPPY HOUR DAILY
Hors d’oeuvres and Canapés
Grilled Mahi Mahi or Red Snapper with Mango Salsa
Caribbean Rum and Citrus Marinated Pork Chops
Grilled Filet Mignon with Seared Sea Scallops
Italian Pasta with Sundried Tomatoes and Fresh Basil
Chicken Roti Bowl with Cucumber Mint Raita
Grilled Chicken with Peach Balsamic Reduction Sauce and Sweet Fried Plantains
Boatmade Key Lime Pie
Mini Guava Cheesecakes
Fruit Cups with Cream and Fresh Mint
Decadent Chocolate Cake with Grenadian Chocolate
Poached Strawberries in Rosé Wine
STANDARD SHIP BAR
Cruzan Dark Rum, Cruzan Light Rum, Beefeater Gin, Tito’s Vodka, Coconut Rum, Bulleit Bourbon, 1800 Tequila, Bailey’s, Kahlua
Local Lager and/or Ale, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Champagne
Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, La Croix, Tonic, Club Soda, Ginger Beer, Cranberry Juice, Pineapple Juice, Orange Juice
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