This stunning Horizon 74 power catamaran (newly launched in 2018), is a custom built, luxurious blue water cruising yacht, specifically designed, engineered and built to meet the demands of the most discerning charter yachtsman. Her sleek, modern clean lines ensure timeless beauty and will turn heads at every dock she visits.
Her highly refined and tank tested hull design make for a remarkably smooth, soft and stable ride, regardless of the sea conditions. Cruise in comfort at 20 knots, with a top end of 24 knots, or if you are in no rush, a slow cruise at 8 knots rewards you with incredible fuel efficiency!
She offers bespoke accommodation to discerning charters, with a main deck master king-berth guest suite, 2 mirror-image VIP king-berth guest suites forward, and a port side twin-berth guest suite that can convert to a king berth.
The large flybridge helm and lounging area on the top deck of this 74 feet yacht often becomes the favourite seating area for charter guests, combining a comfortable and airy shaded area with an aft sundeck and sun loungers.
The spacious saloon features a comfortable settees with access aft to the alfresco dining on the aft deck. The saloon also features a bar area, stereo and a large flatscreen TV.
Furthest east in the BVI lies an 8 square mile island named Virgin Gorda
At over 20 square miles, Tortola is the largest of the British Virgin Islands located approximately 1100 miles south of Miami, Florida.
Salt Island is a small deserted island—roughly a mile long by a mile wide—located in between Peter and Cooper islands just south of Tortola.
Located just east of the U.S. Virgin Islands, Norman Island is the southernmost of all the British Virgin Islands.
Chart a course to the north of Tortola—destination? A small piece of paradise known as Jost Van Dyke.
These five small uninhabited islands known as “The Dogs” are situated just west of the northern most part of Virgin Gorda and east of Scrub Island.
Cooper Island is a small island with few inhabitants, just a short distance across the Sir Frances Drake Channel from Road Town on Tortola.
Northernmost of all the British Virgin Islands, Anegada is a 15 square mile island located approximately 14 miles north of Virgin Gorda.
|€49'934 - €63'553||per week|
|APA 30% (Advanced provisioning allowance)||Obligatory|
|Stand-up paddle board||Included|
|Diving Equipment with Air Compressor on board||Included|
|Skipper & Crew||Price||Unit||Option|
Byron (Winter Crew)
Born and raised in South Africa, Byron found his love for the ocean at 12 years old when he first started exploring the underwater world as a scuba diver. Since then Byron has been following his passion travelling the world as a PADI scuba instructor, diesel engineer, and yacht captain. Byron is outgoing and enthusiastic, and with his knowledge and vast charter experience will design a perfect trip that is sure to impress you whether you enjoy a secluded beach or a lively hot spot. With such a wide range of skills you are sure to feel safe and relaxed.
On board this power catamaran, Byron will guide you through some of the most beautiful beaches, snorkel spots and dive sites in the Bahamas, British Virgin Islands, U.S Virgin Islands, St. Maarten, St Barths and on down the Caribbean chain. He will create exquisite cocktails while ensuring a big smile is on your face as you relax in comfort.
Jamie (Summer Crew)
Having grown up landlocked, Jamie found his love of the ocean when he was in his late teens and started surfing. Since then, Jamie has been travelling the world and working his way as a qualified PADI scuba instructor, dive guide and yacht captain since 1997. He has sailed and dived in Thailand, Australia, Turkey and the Caribbean/Bahamas. Jamie is outgoing, diligent and has a wickedly subtle sense of humour.
He has a way with people, that immediately puts one at ease. Creating fabulous sunset cocktails and offering up stories of adventures on the high seas, Jamie will enthral his guests aboard this beautiful yacht. With almost 20 years above and below the water Jamie has developed a vast knowledge of everything to do with boating, fishing and diving and is happy to share his knowledge.
Molly (WInter Crew)
Raised on a small river in Iowa, Molly has an inquisitive soul and a nose for adventure. She loves anything outdoors and active and anything involving food. After receiving her degree in Journalism from Iowa State University, Molly kissed the Midwest goodbye to make a life on the ocean. She lived in Maui, HI, for four years where her love of outdoor adventure blossomed working on boats, surfing, diving and hiking to secluded waterfalls. She then made the switch to boats in the Caribbean for the past several years and has been enjoying the constant trade winds ever since. She is a PADI Divemaster and will be your guide to the underwater paradise.
With a passion for great food and a love of fresh ingredients, you will be cared for from the first bite to the last. Molly takes true pleasure in creating a unique and personalized menu each charter to fuel your holiday for an unforgettable experience. Taking pride in her work both in the galley and in the water. It’s a promise Molly will add exceptional food, fun and laughter to your charter.
Tavia (Summer Crew)
Tavia grew up in a family that spent a lot of time on the water, fishing, shrimping and living off the sea. As a young girl she went out boating with her Dad and was filleting fish and cleaning shrimp before she hit her teens. It was no wonder that Tavia went on to become a qualified PADI dive instructor and a chef of note. Tavia has a passion for the artistry of food and every meal she prepares is more remarkable than the last. She has been chartering for some years and has catered for up to 30 people on a weekly basis.
To add to her many talents, Tavia is also an accomplished free diver boasting depths of up to 130 feet. She, one day, hopes to complete and obtain the world championship for her home country of South Africa. Having chartered extensively in the islands Tavia’s knowledge of the local flora and fauna is vast and she is a mind of information.
No portion of the charter fee paid herein is refundable unless the Charterer provides the Company at least ninety (90) days written notice, prior to the start date of the charter of their intention to cancel and further provided that during such ninety days period the company is able to rebook the Yacht for the same charter dates under such terms and conditions at least as favorable to the Company as those set forth herein. There will be a $300.00 cancellation fee in the event of a refund. In the event that the Company has to cancel any portion of the charter due to severe weather or warnings of severe weather, a credit for the unused portion of the total charter fee will be issued. This credit can be used against any future charter with the Company depending on Yacht availability. We strongly recommend our clients to take out their own trip cancellation, medical and personal effects coverage. If you have any concerns at all about any part of this subject, give us a call, we are here to assist.
After 90 days prior, deposits are non-refundable unless trip insurance is purchased. We recommend that all charters booking in low/off season purchase trip insurance in the instance a storm cancels your charter. Trip insurance is also advised if there is a chance your dates will change. Without insurance, the deposit will be lost.