All-inclusive charter rates per week. Additional fees as local taxes, cruising permits, marina fees may apply. Surcharge for the Christmas and New Years charters may apply.
This brand new Privilege 640 is the first of its kind. The legendary shipyard included bespoke updates to the aft deck and bridge deck. Keen attention was paid to layout, safety, toys and comfort and luxury. The large flybridge offers a large lounging area and table. The shaded aft deck boasts an alfresco dining table with seating and a large sofa. The power-lift swim platform ensures an easy and safe access to the water. A wide range of water toys are available for all water sport enthusiasts including a 14ft dinghy with outboard engine, water skis for kids and adults, two kayaks, kneeboard, wake board, fishing equipment, underwater camera, SUP, tube, floating mats and snorkelling equipment. Six guests are comfortably accommodated with a master king suite forward and two mirror-image queen suites aft. The Privilege 640 is highly complimented by her dedicated crew of captain Adams and chef Dawson.
|Charter fee only||Unit|
|$ 40'000 - $ 55'500||per week|
|Government tax and other service fees||Obligatory|
|Full bedding sets and after-cruise cleaning||Included|
|Stand-up paddle board||Included|
|Dinghy with outboard engine||Included|
|Water Skis & Wake Board||Included|
|Skipper & Crew||Price||Unit||Option|
Please enquire for cancellation policy.
Lee grew up on the peninsula of Cape Town, South Africa. As a youngster and under the guidance of his Grandfather, Admiral Tom Hardiman SA Navy, he was introduced to sailing and racing in the Bay. His maiden voyage and ocean crossing from Cape Town to Antigua was aboard a racing sloop back in 1999. After several local regattas in the Carib, he was invited aboard the classic Schooner, The Tree of Life (with 8 manual sails). After an initial circumnavigation aboard, he took over as Captain.
Lee has explored and lived in the Caribbean for more than 10 years and is a long time resident in the Lesser Antilles. His local knowledge is a key component for any successful holiday where the Captain must find the best hidden locations, crystal clear dive sites and dodge any weather.
Lee’s qualities as a person are special. Meet him and you will know instantly why he Captain’s the very first Privilege 640. The atmosphere onboard is perfectly balanced and maintained, and with his unique skill set, adventure is always on hand.
West Indian born with a South African upbringing; loved cooking so much he grew a beard as a teenager and slipped into the fine-dining kitchen of Eton House. Award-Winning culinary adventures and dynamic influences have punctuated his journey ever since.
Presently in the UK on a working sabbatical with Dine- Indulge and highly commended as a Premium Tier Private Chef in a short space of time. However, Tyler shall be returning shortly to his home base of Tortola to take up his position on the Privilege 640 and, of course, keep an eye on operations of his own Family Food and Bakery business located on the island.
Tyler is an avid spear fisherman and having being born in the Carib loves nothing more than catching fresh lionfish and lobsters to prepare for your pleasure. Expect his knowledge of local ingredients and preparation methods to provide a certain authentic quality you won’t experience elsewhere.
A list of his accomplishments and experiences are too many to mention here but he’s extremely outgoing and easily approachable if you wish to hear of his adventures.