- Guests 10
- Cabins 5
- Model Cat
- Year Built 2018
Charter Rates Per Week
|Rate Period||Terms||2 Guests||3 Guests||4 Guests||5 Guests||6 Guests||7 Guests||8 Guests||9 Guests||10 Guests|
|Winter 2021 to 2022||Inclusive||$27,000||$27,500||$28,000||$28,500||$29,000||$29,500||$30,000||$31,000||$32,000|
|Winter 2022 to 2023||Inclusive||$27,000||$27,500||$28,000||$28,500||$29,000||$29,500||$30,000||$31,000||$32,000|
Additional Rate Information
LESS THAN 7 NIGHT CHARTERS: For 6 nights divide by 7N X 6N. For less than 6 nights, divide by 6N X number of nights.
MINIMUM NIGHTS: 6 inquire for less
BVI PORT FEE: Add $400 each end for BVI ports other than West End or Jost</font color>
If cruising area includes BVI, rates are PLUS permits, licenses and fees which are to be paid by client.
SLEEP ABOARD: Sleep aboard the night before charter dates. Available for $400 per cabin per night, with a 3 cabin minimum. Includes snacks, welcome cocktails & continental breakfast. Dinner is to be taken ashore at client expense. EXCLUDES: Christmas and New Year’s weeks.
HALF-BOARD OPTION: Includes 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches & 3 dinners, happy hour canapes, standard ships bar and snacks. Other meals ashore at client expense.
2@$26,700 3@$27,050 4@$27,400 5@$27,750 6@$28,100 7@$28,450 8@$28,800 9@$29,650 10@$30,500
LOCAL FARE OPTION: Includes 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 6 dinners, happy hour canapes, standard ships bar and snacks. Other meals ashore at client expense.
2@$26,850 3@$27,275 4@$27,700 5@$28,125 6@$28,550 7@$28,975 8@$29,400 9@$30,325 10@$31,250
CHRISTMAS/NEW YEARS: 7 night minimum, VIRGIN ISLANDS
CHRISTMAS: 1-10 pax $40,000 end by 12/27
NEW YEARS: 1-10 pax $40,000 12/28 start or later
Summer Area: Caribbean Virgin Islands, Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards
Winter Area: Caribbean Virgin Islands
Originally from Georgia, Kennan has been sailing since 2011 when he decided to buy a 23’ sailboat from craigslist for $500. It was all downhill from there as sailing fever took hold. He went on to complete a two and a half year double handed circumnavigation (2018 – 2020) aboard his 1971 Tartan 34C Temujin which he still lives aboard and cruises in the off season. With over 33,000 nautical miles of experience, he holds a USCG Master Near Coastal license and works as a freelance captain for deliveries, charters, and sailing/cruising instruction. Prior to making a living on the water, Kennon worked for the Department of State in Washington, D.C. and extensively cruised the Chesapeake Bay. He has a degree in Economics and Chinese (Mandarin) from Wake Forest University and speaks Spanish, French, Mandarin, and Italian as well as bits of Indonesian, Russian, and Arabic. When not sailing Kennon enjoys scuba diving, spearfishing, wakeboarding, reading, dabbling in data science, and continuing to avoid climates where socks are necessary (though an exception is made for snow skiing).
Stephanie was raised in beautiful Oregon but has spent 20 years throughout the Caribbean. She feels lucky to be able to call both naturally beautiful spots home. After graduating with a Marine Biology degree Stephanie discovered the yachting industry which combined her love of adventure, marine life, sharing food, meeting new people, and generally celebrating life.
Stephanie and her husband owned their own 72ft boat for 15 incredible years. They chartered all winter and traveled in the off season. When her husband passed away she decided she wasn’t done being on the water and had more to learn and explore so, she is back for more adventure. She holds a 100ton USCG Captains license but, on Ventana, she is excited to share her cooking skills developed in the Pacific Northwest and honed on her travels around the world.
Stephanie’s cooking tends to be on the lighter healthier side bringing in as many of the local ingredients as possible. However, her motto in life is, “Everything in moderation, including moderation!”
|Captain||Kennan Jones||USA||1988||English(Native), Spanish(Advanced), French(Advanced), Mandarin (Intermediate), Italian(Intermediate), Indonesian(Basic), Russian (Basic), Arabic (Basic)|
Cabins and boat offer wonderful natural lighting and great ventilation. The boat is fully air-conditioned, and each cabin can adjust the air-conditioning individually for optimal guest comfort.
5 guest queen cabins each with private en-suite electric head, vanity and separate shower. Crew have separate twin bunk cabin and private head. Entire yacht is full air-conditioned for client comfort.
All heads are fresh water flush. Both forward heads have shower stalls, midship starboard head is a wet head, aft port cabin is a shower stall and aft starboard is a half-wet head (vanity is outside shower with toilet in shower area.
Salon offers lounge/formal dining area in addition to aft deck alfresco dining.
Top fly-bridge offers seating and lounge area with 360 degree view. There is also a lounge area forward behind the large trampolines.
Apple Croissant French Toast
Procuitto & Caramelized Onion Quiche
Dill and Goat Cheese Scramble
Blood Orange Mascarpone and Fruit filled Crepes
Veggie Toast w/ a Poached Egg
Asian Summer Noodles
Pulled Pork Minis with Sweet Potato Fries
Tangled Tiger Shrimp Salad
West Coast Fish Tacos
Italian Sausage & Pepper Pasta
Farmers Market Salad
Thai Green Curry
Greek Baked Feta
Spicy Edamame Beans
Classic Cheese & Charcuterie Board
Pistachio Encrusted Sea Bass on a lump crab salad with a coconut
Bourbon Fig and Roasted Garlic Stuffed Pork Tenderloin, with roasted
New Potatoes and Fresh Asparagus
Asian-Mexican Fusion Tuna Stack with a Wasabi Cauliflower Mash
Steak Sublime with Fennel Mascarpone Risotto
5 Spice Crispy Duck Breast with Sweet Potato Mash
Caribbean Lobster with Cheesy Polenta and Roasted Veggies
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