Yacht Charter in British Virgin Islands - Matrix Yachts

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€38'800 - €52'100 per week
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Matrix Yachts Catamaran

LENGTH
23.2m
CAPTAIN
With Captain
GUESTS
10/10
CABINS
5
MIN RENTAL
week

About This Yacht

We welcome you aboard the fabulous catamaran and we are happy to take you to the hidden gems and most amazing spots in the BVIs. You are invited to leave your cares ashore and be seduced by the legacy.

The refit she had in 2017 was extremely successful and has made her very new and modern. Her equipment has been upgraded, also with new additions that will make her fun and comfortable. She was built by Matrix Yachts in 2006 and is 23.2 metres of luxury and class. On board she has 5 amazing cabins and can accomodate up to 10 guests. Both her exterior and interior are very spacious and comfortable, perfect for your cruise in the BVI. The range of water toys will make the trip fun and adventurous.

Other equipement:

-Apple TV in each cabin

- Play Station 3 and a large selection of games.

- Unlimited high speed WIFI for your use in the BVI. For charters outside the BVI, WIFI can be arranged at an additional fee.

- Diving equipment and wide range of water toys are available upon request.

Specifications

Model
Matrix Yachts
Type
Catamaran
Length
23.2m
Width
11.6m
Year
2006
Power
2 x 240
People
10/max 10
Cabins
5
Bathrooms
6

Equipment

  • 110 Volt Socket
  • 12V Fuse
  • 220 Volt Socket
  • Anchor
  • BBQ
  • Bedding, Towels
  • Bimini
  • Cockpit loudspeakers
  • Deck shower
  • Dinghy
  • Diving equipment
  • DVD Player
  • Electric Anchor Windlass
  • Fishing equipment
  • Fridge
  • Gas Cooker
  • Generator
  • Ice Maker
  • Kayak
  • Kitchen amenities
  • Ladder
  • MP 3
  • Navigation system (GPS)
  • Paddle Board
  • Scuba Diving Equip.
  • Shower
  • Snorkelling equipment
  • Stand-up paddle board
  • Table
  • Television
  • TV-DVD
  • Wake Board
  • Watermaker
  • Water Skis
  • Water sports inflatables
  • WC
  • WIFI
Boat pricing Unit
€38'800 - €52'100 per week
 
Services Price Unit Option
APA 30% (Advanced provisioning allowance) Obligatory
End cleaning Included
Water and Soft Drinks Included
Snacks & fresh fruits Optional
Government tax and other service fees Obligatory
3 gourmet meals per day Included
Towels/Linens Included
Fuel charge Included
 
Extra equipment Price Unit Option
WIFI Included
Kayak Included
Stand-up paddle board Included
Inflatable water toys Included
Water Skis Included
Playstation Included
Apple TV Included
Scuba Diving Equippment Included
 
Skipper & Crew Price Unit Option
Hostess Included
Captain Included
Chef Included
Skipper Included

Cancellation policy

Please enquire for cancellation policy.

Hostess

Aishah

A free-spirit thalassophile and a passionate teacher from Malaysia. Growing up near the Strait of Malacca, Sash developed her love for the ocean from such a young age, and would spend hours splashing and swimming in the water.

She is into solo traveling and immersing herself in different cultures, learning local languages as she goes along. After earning her Business Degree in Management, she landed her first job as a Sales Executive. When the office job became restricted, she moved to Hawaii for three and a half years to pursue a Graduate degree in Communication. The Aloha experience was her major turning point in life when she decided to chose the island/ocean life over city life.

She launched her first professional diving career as an underwater videographer in Borneo. A natural underwater talent, she then became a PADI dive instructor in 2015 on Tioman Island, Malaysia. Her experiences in the diving business have provided knowledge and insights about the scuba diving industry in Malaysia and beyond.

As the health of the world’s oceans is deteriorating, Sash realised she had to do something about it before it was too late. So, she decided to join a marine conservation project in Yucatan, Mexico in an effort to protect the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. Whilst in Mexico, she developed strong mentor-mentee relationships with her students, always set high diving standard, and therefore earned the nickname “Dive Mom”.

A selfless, energetic person who cares about others, she looks forward to sharing amazing Caribbean experiences with her guests. Look out for her as she seeks new adventures wherever she goes.

Captain

Lee

Lee's interest in the Maritime Industry was installed in him from the earliest age possible, owing to his grandfather being Admiral Tom Hardiman of the Port Elizabeth Navy.
While at a young age he took part in bay racing and lending a hand at the local yacht club. His passion for sailing grew and after school and much thought, Lee took to the oceans on a recreational professional side as opposed to the Navy.
He joined a crew and raced across the Atlantic, where he took part in regattas in Antigua and St Maarten. In the USA he was able to establish himself as a valuable crew member aboard a classic Schooner that circumnavigated the globe, and after completing his maritime studies he was fortunate to take over as skipper and gained more experience in the engineering department.
Lee is an active and enthusiastic person, he enjoys all water sports. The experiences he has gained through his travels along with a jovial personality creates a pleasant atmosphere which is enough to make any guest aboard feel right at home, ready to relax and enjoy themselves.

Chef

Ed

Ed’s first taste of sailing came at a young age, spending family holidays cruising the islands around Greece and Croatia. After university, Ed moved into publishing and in 2000 joined Yachting World magazine. During this time Ed discovered offshore racing, taking part in the 2001 Fastnet Race aboard Ecover, skippered by round-the-world yachtswoman Dee Caffari. Ed’s career eventually took him away from the marine industry and towards another great passion: food and cuisine. Ed’s culinary background includes one of the UK’s best and busiest gastropubs, a 2 AA rosette restaurant as well as a Michelin star kitchen. Most recently Ed has been running the Conference and Banqueting operations at one of the most prestigious hotels in Southeast England, planning and executing wedding banquets and other large scale feasts for up to 200 people.
Now, aboard this beautiful yacht, Ed’s love of the sea and passion for cooking are finally united and he is tremendously excited about sharing his experience in the form of mouthwatering dishes for the guests. Whatever your tastes, preferences or dietary requirements, Ed strives to bring bags of flavour and balance to every dish using the freshest local ingredients.

Skipper

Camille

Originally from France and Italy, Camille has been an ocean lover and nature enthusiast from a very young age.

She recently travelled to Plymouth in England to obtain her RYA certification, Yachtmaster Offshore, as she aims to become a captain and run her own boat in the coming years. She has learned a great deal about sailing, boat handling, engineering and the industry as a whole since joining this yacht over two years ago.

She grew up in Italy where her weekends were mostly spent horseback riding, swimming in the Mediterranean Sea, sailing on lakes with her dad and skiing in the mountains. Whilst working in marine conservation in Saint Croix, she discovered scuba diving and started sailing more regularly. She fell in love with the ocean which led her to pursue a life at sea in the yachting industry. Her service experience also comes from previous positions as a lodge manager and horseback safari guide in Kenya, as well as being a dive instructor in Costa Rica.

She is a very energetic crew member and is always exited to share her love for the ocean with guests. She’ll happily take them on adventures - whether it be underwater, above water or on land. She always looks forward to giving the guests the best possible experience.