Yacht Charter in Nanny Cay Marina, British Virgin Islands - Christensen Yachts

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$230'000 - $250'000 per week
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Christensen Yachts Superyacht

LENGTH
49.0m
CAPTAIN
With Captain
GUESTS
12/12
CABINS
6
MIN RENTAL
week

About This Yacht

Luxurious 162 Foot Christensen Yacht built in 2011 available for Caribbean charters in winter 2018/2019. Charter up to 12 guests with 6 private cabins and a crew of 11 including an onboard massage therapist. An oversized Jacuzzi on the Sundeck can accommodate up to 10 guests.


The main salon is semi-divided by a black walnut cabinet with back-to-back TVs (recessed when not in use). The lounge aft is an inviting space with a Hamilton Piano. The formal dining area is forward and accommodates up to 12 guests. 


The aft deck is covered and has a C-shaped bench seat with two tables and four additional chairs aft to accommodate 10-12 guests for a more casual dining experience. There is a full wet bar with three bar stools and 37 inch TV to port. 


The spacious swim platform extends 10 ft, has safety rails, and underwater lights.
The skylounge is a most welcoming and comfortable area with an L-shaped sofa and two tables to port with a 3D 60 inch TV. On the starboard side is a game table and recessed bar with an exquisite light up Onyx bar top, 6 bar stools, and a 37 inch TV. The day head is to starboard and the Bridge is forward with access to the Portuguese deck. The black-out blinds make this space perfect for a cinema night, or open up the aft doors completely to extend the skylounge into one space with the bridge deck aft.


The alfresco bridge deck aft dining area is shaded with misters and A/C overhead, wind doors to port and starboard, plus the option of Eisenglass or privacy shades to port and starboard. 
The sun deck is a semi-shaded area with hard-top midships plus an additional three triangular sun shades forward if desired. The oversized Jacuzzi can accommodate up to 10 guests surrounded by large sun pads and is situated forward with three adjacent bar stools to enhance this space as a great social gathering place. On the starboard side, there is a full bar with nine bar stools, 60 inch TV, BBQ, and day head. To port is a comfortable C-shaped seating area with cocktail table. Aft is a terrific sunning area for those seeking full sun with 2 chaise lounges, toy storage while underway, and exercise equipment. The Sun Deck can be accessed by the elevator.

Specifications

Model
Christensen Yachts
Type
Superyacht
Length
49.0m
Width
9.0m
Year/refit
2011/2020
Power
2 x MTU 1800hp
People
12/max 12
Cabins
6
Berths
12
Bathrooms
9

Equipment

General

Aft sundeck
Anchor
Autopilot
Binoculars
Bow sundeck
Chart Book & Cruising Guide
Chart plotter
Complete safety equipment
Electric Anchor Windlass
Navigation system (GPS)
Outboard Engine
Sundeck
Tender
VHF
Wind Instruments

Amenities

Air Conditioning
Bathing Platform
BBQ
Bedding, Towels
Cushions
Deck shower
Freezer
Fridge
Hot Water
Ice Maker
Kitchen amenities
Shower
Sunbathing cushions
Table
WC

Water sports & toys

Beach games
Diving equipment
Fishing equipment
Kayak
Seabob
Snorkelling equipment
Stand-up paddle board
Tube
Wake Board
Water Skis
Waverunner

Entertainment

Cockpit loudspeakers
Entertainment System
Gym
iPod connectivity
Jacuzzi
Sat TV
Sound System
Stereo
Television
Boat pricing Unit
$ 230'000 - $ 250'000 per week
 
Services Price Unit Option
Government tax and other service fees Obligatory
Full bedding sets and after-cruise cleaning Included
Scuba Diving Optional
Fuel charge Included in APA
Full board Included in APA
APA 30% (Advanced provisioning allowance) Obligatory
Dockage Fees Included in APA
 
Extra equipment Price Unit Option
Tender with outboard engine Included
Seabob Included
Wave runner Included
Board Games Included
Tube Included
Jacuzzi Included
Gym Included
Scuba Diving Equipment Included
Snorkelling equipment Included
Stand-up paddle board Included
Fishing Gear Included
Water Skis & Wake Board Included
Kayak Included
Inflatable towables Included
 
Skipper & Crew Price Unit Option
Captain Included
Captain Included
First Officer Included
Engineer Included
Engineer Included
Engineer Included
Chef Included
Hostess Included
Hostess Included
Hostess Included
Hostess Included
Hostess Included
Deckhand Included
Deckhand Included
Deckhand Included

Cancellation policy

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.

Captain

Hendre

Hendré (aka Hennie) was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, joining the yachting industry immediately after completing his education in 1999. As the son of a yacht builder and brother of a Chief Engineer, Hennie has a firm connection to the water and with a cousin also in the industry, you could say it's in his blood. He became a Captain at the age of 26 on board 157ft Christensen Nice n Easy. Hennie has been at the helm of this superyacht since its launch in June 2010, overseeing the build and the maiden voyage from the Columbia River in the Pacific North West, down the West Coast, Central America, through the Panama Canal and San Blas Islands and back to our home port in Florida, and has successfully managed the vessel and crew since. He has traveled independently through the U.S., South America, Central America, Southern Africa, and Australia while pursuing his interests of returning to nature, camping, backpacking/traveling, motorcycle adventuring and cooking out. He enjoys all water sports especially paddle board surfing, scurf boarding and enjoys paragliding. Growing up on a farm and attending Agricultural school drove Hennie to build and run his very own hobby farm, overlooking Table Mountain outside of Cape Town in South Africa. Highly regarded by his peers and loved by his crew, Hennie is an integral part of the dynamics of the vessel and its smooth operation, as reflected by his impressive tenure.

Captain

Francisco

Captain (rotation)

Francisco grew up in a peaceful seaside village in Kleinmond, South Africa. After finishing school his desire to travel led him to the South of France where his yachting career began. His experience as a captain has flourished since he started in the yachting industry 20 years ago. Francisco has extensive knowledge on some of the most pristine and exotic coastlines having cruised throughout Europe, The South Pacific, USA, Central America and the Caribbean. Francisco’s experience as a charter captain has not only allowed him to travel the globe but also meet various people from different cultural backgrounds. He takes great pride in his professional role so that guests can be assured of their safety, comfort and peace of mind while aboard this superyacht. Francisco’s aim is to make sure your experience onboard is unforgettable, whether your desire is to visit ancient ruins or sunbathe on secluded beaches in the Caribbean. In his spare time Francisco enjoys being active, water sports and photography.

First Officer

Kyle

Kyle was born in Pretoria, South Africa. At the age of eight his family moved to Paarl in the Western Cape, where he was brought up amidst the mountainous terrain and lush wineries. He joined the yachting industry in 2012 and has spent most of his time cruising the Mediterranean, Caribbean and the East Coast of the United States. Kyle has always been an adventure seeker. He is very active and he enjoys wakeboarding, sports, reading and the outdoors.

Engineer

Marcel

Marcel was born in South Africa and started sailing at the age of 5. He spent most of his childhood sailing throughout Southern Africa, marveling at the silence and soaking up the warm sun. At the age of 18 Marcel completed his first forty-seven-day Trans-Atlantic crossing from South Africa to the United States on a 45ft sailing boat. Marcel completed his Dive Masters and soon found himself working in the yachting industry. Since joining the industry 20 years ago he has completed his Captains license, his Merchant Marine and Engineering licenses. Since the 90’s Marcel has been working on a vast variety of vessels from high performance military spec private yachts to gas turbine yachts in the Caribbean, Bahamas, USA, Atlantic, Pacific and Mediterranean seas. Marcel resides in Fort Lauderdale with his wife who is an award-winning playwright producer. In his spare time Marcel enjoys cave diving, mountain biking, motor bikes and vintage cars.

Engineer

Wynand

Born and raised along the laid-back coastal town of Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Wynand has always enjoyed the outdoors and adventure sport lifestyle. In 2006 he graduated from the University of Port Elizabeth with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and subsequently obtained further certificates in Project Management and undertook specific short course studies in Germany. His wife and two little boys keep him busy during his time off back home in the UK, but whenever he gets the chance, he enjoys mountain biking or catching a few waves at his favorite holiday spot, Saint Francis Bay, South Africa.

Engineer

De Wet

De Wet was born in Pretoria, known as one of South Africa’s three capitals. After high school, he furthered his education at the University of Stellenbosch in the Western Cape where he completed his bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering. Subsequently, De Wet decided to pursue the Engineering path and sought a job as second Engineer on a motor yacht. Since joining the industry two years ago, De Wet has been fortunate enough to travel most of Europe, Indonesia and the tropical islands of the Caribbean. In his spare time De Wet enjoys skiing, diving, fishing, being active and the outdoors.

Chef

Tasia

Chef Tasia Haag trained in Dunedin, New Zealand qualifying with her certificate in London City and Guilds. She travelled to London for two years where she worked with celebrity chefs. Tasia then moved to Melbourne, Australia also working for celebrity chefs and later becoming head chef of 2 busy restaurants. During this time, she acquired a 6-month contract at ‘Montpelier Plantation Inn’ in Nevis, West Indies, which catered to the likes of Lady Diana and her family. Her yachting career started in Hong Kong in 1999 where she boarded her first super yacht. Since then she would spend time traveling extensively through the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Bahamas, Cayman Islands and the USA. This set her on a remarkable world-wide journey cruising for over 4 years to remote destinations including, Egypt, Golf of Aden, Seychelles, Asia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, and Australia. The importance of keeping her mind stimulated by training and learning different styles of cuisines is paramount to looking after both guests and crew which is why she trained in Thai cuisine, Cajun creole, (New Orleans), authentic Indian Cuisine from the Seychelles, West Indian and Sri Lanka. Her interests are diving, music/guitar, cycling, and reading. She loves learning, good food and good friends.

Hostess

Leanne

Leanne grew up in Durban, on the East Coast of South Africa. She studied Interior Design and left for London to further her career. A few years later she decided to follow her heart—her love for the sea and worldwide traveling took her straight to Fort Lauderdale where she began a successful career in luxury yacht charters. Over the past nine years Leanne has traveled to Thailand to study Thai massage and India for her yoga teacher training. She has also journeyed as far as the North West Passage in the Canadian Arctic and a myriad of unforgettable destinations off the beaten track. She enjoys leading a healthy and active life and loves meeting new people.

Hostess

Rachel

Rachel grew up in in the beautiful city of London and studied spatial design at a local university. Rachel had always been motivated to travel the world, so once she completed her studies she moved to France. She lived in the Alps for a few years and enjoyed meeting people from all around the world. While in France, Rachel discovered the yachting industry and soon started as a stewardess. Rachel wanted to provide more than just good service onboard luxury yachts, which led her to find her calling as a massage therapist. Rachel specializes in Swedish and deep tissue massage. In her spare time Rachel enjoys wake-boarding, snowboarding and skiing

Hostess

Christina

Christina grew up in Mossel Bay, a beautiful coastal town in South Africa. She spent her high school and university years in Stellenbosch, which is the largest wine making region in Southern Africa. Christina studied pre-med and then went to work on a wine farm known for its high-end hospitality and picturesque beauty. After spending a season on the wine farm Christina pursued her desire to join the yachting industry. Since joining in 2016 Christina has traveled extensively throughout Europe experiencing different cultures while working at sea. Christina loves being active and plays basketball, water polo, swimming and she enjoys a variety of outdoor activities.

Hostess

Tina

Tina was born and raised in Somerset West, South Africa. She attended the University of Stellenbosch, where she studied Business Management Science and an Honors in Logistics, subsequently pursuing a career in the fruit export business. However, her passion for travel led her to the yachting industry where she has enjoyed working for the past three years. Tina is passionate about her job, loves to meet new people and is grateful for the adventures yachting naturally brings. She has visited numerus of places around the world, her favorite spots being Livigno, Iceland, Munich and Indonesia. In her spare time, she enjoys watersports, diving, leather crafting, hiking and trying local cuisine.

Hostess

Xanthe

Xanthe grew up in East London, South Africa, and was heavily involved in a variety of sports from a young age. She completed her studies in Somatology—defined as the study or science of the human body as a branch of anthropology — which led to her passionate involvement in holistic body care. Born into a family of worldtravelers and having lived all over the globe herself, traveling has always been part of Xanthe's own life journey. Shortly after her studies she joined the yachting industry, voyaging through the Northwest Passage in the Canadian Artic remains an unforgettable highlight of her career. When not engaged in sports, Xanthe enjoys furthering her knowledge of the human body.

Deckhand

James

Born and raised in South Africa James was a sporty and outdoors person since childhood. Fishing is his favorite sport, a passion he inherited growing up in a family of avid fishermen. James also enjoys spear fishing which came naturally as the family spent most weekends onboard their boat. In his spare time he loves running and staying fit, he has completed the Comrades Marathon twice. James looks forward to fishing with you onboard this superyacht, but most of all, to helping make your charter vacation fun and memorable.

Deckhand

Steve

Steve was born and raised in Durban, South Africa, a seaside town known for its great surf and the warm tropical water from the Indian Ocean. After school he went on to complete an Honor’s degree in Financial Management while playing field hockey. Steve was passionate about all sports, but especially field hockey, where he excelled and went on to represent South Africa at the Under 21’s World Cup in India. He decided to utilize his talents in field hockey and moved to London where he spent 2 years as a professional athlete playing for a well-established English Club as well as coaching at local schools and universities. After living in the London for a few years his desire to get back to the ocean led him to the yachting industry where he has since become a Dive Instructor. Steve has been fortunate enough to have traveled most of Europe, the Caribbean and South Pacific Islands including Papa New Guinea, Indonesia, Vanuatu, New Zealand and Fiji, and he looks forward to making your time onboard this superyacht fun and unforgettable.

Deckhand

Matthew

Matt was born in Johannesburg, South Africa but moved to the United States at the young age of ten. He grew up exploring the shores and roaming the Atlantic Ocean around Stuart, Florida. Matt studied hotel management at Indian River State College but decided to go back to his roots and completed his Captain license at Chapmans Marine School. He established a career in the yachting industry, was introduced to diving and became a Dive Master. Matt’s diving and fishing experience have taken him to some of the most exotic islands around the world including Vanuatu, The Three Kings in New Zealand and the Gold Coast of Australia. In his spare time Matthew enjoys woodworking, fishing, diving and collecting boat projects.


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