The luxurious Sunreef Supreme 68 power catamaran with its eye-catching blue hull, offers a lifetime yachting experience with sun, sea and splendour. The Sunreef accommodates 8 guests thanks to her smart layout including two master suites with generous quartz-clad bathrooms and 2 double cabins. Each cabin is equipped with Queen size bed, air conditioning with private control, plugs, hairdryer and HEOS surround 5.1 system.
Her vast main deck featuring a full beam galley and saloon was given a bright custom décor combining grey and cream tones with contrasting colorful furniture. A state of the art surround sound system sets the mood in the 65m² living space along with a drop-down 55’’ TV. The yacht’s bow terrace is fitted with a big sun awning stretching over the entire lounging area comprising large sunbeds and a Jacuzzi. Two well equipped bar modules are installed on the vast flybridge providing plenty of space for dining and sunning. Two well equipped bar modules are installed on the vast flybridge providing plenty of space for dining and sunning. This power catamaran is using this potential expertly, but most importantly she is one of a kind and expresses her quest for adventure and life at sea.
• Summer destinations: Virgin Islands (Caribbean Virigin Islands, Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards)
• Winter destinations: Virgin Islands (Caribbean Virigin Islands, Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards)
|$ 38'000 - $ 50'000||per week|
|APA 30% (Advanced provisioning allowance)||Obligatory|
|Full bedding sets and after-cruise cleaning||Included|
|Dockage Fees||Included in APA|
|Fuel charge||Included in APA|
|Full board||Included in APA|
|Tender with outboard engine||Included|
|Stand-up paddle board||Included|
|Water Skis & Wake Board||Included|
|Skipper & Crew||Price||Unit||Option|
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Ruud is from the central lakes area of the Netherlands.
Like many in Holland, he has been afloat since he was 5 years old, During the 20 years he has sailed professionally, Ruud has run various motor and sailing yachts to 140ft in length, including iconic yachts such as Feadship’s Iduna, Bruce Farr’s Hetairos, Tempest and Nimrod.
He also owned and operated his own Caribbean charter yacht for 2 years.
When Ruud is not at sea he enjoys teaching his 7yr old son and 9yr old daughter how to sail, surfing, water-skiing and travelling in the family camper van. Ruud is energetic, flexible, positive and always ready to rise to a challenge.
Gregor is a professional Chef, with 3 years, yacht experience and 15 years as a restaurant and private chef in Ireland and France.
He is passionate about what he does and loves being inventive in the kitchen.
He used to prepare and serve meals to high standards and will be to meet every guest's requirements.
He specializes in French and fresh Mediterranean cuisine also exploring Asian and South American specialties.
He works with a positive attitude and has good contact with crew and guests.
Léla was born in South Africa into a family of beach and water lovers, so naturally she could swim before she could walk and developed a deep love for the ocean and water sports from an early age. A large influence on her growing up was living on a Game Reserve her mother managed for a number of years.
Being surrounded by a hospitality environment from so early on was the beginning of shaping her natural affinity for hosting unforgettable guest experiences. This was also a time that hugely cultivated her love for animals, nature and the environment.
After completing school, a temporary job in the wine industry changed the trajectory of Léla’s life and she ended up working in various capacities within the industry for a further 9 years. It was during this time that she not only developed a wonderful knowledge of wine (she even produced a few vintages), but also of hospitality.
Léla is adventurous, and eventually the need to travel was huge. She decided to make a change and she spent the next four years guiding and cooking on tours throughout
Southern Africa, earning herself a tourist guiding qualification specialising in History and Culture.
She then decided to explore further afield and find a career that would allow her to do so, while utilising her skills. She has since worked on board a luxury motor yacht for two seasons in the Mediterranean, where it became apparent that all her life’s experience had
perfectly groomed her to be a creative, meticulous and well rounded stewardess, and she is now excited to spend a third in the Caribbean. Léla is able to anticipate her guests’ every need and want with ease, and takes great pleasure in ensuring they have the time of their lives!
Born and raised in Indiana, Carina spent her formative years bouncing between Fort Wayne, Indiana and Chicago, Illinois. It was the latter that really sparked her love for the water; every summer, the mystical pull of Lake Michigan drew her to the Indiana Dunes where she soon realized that a life on the water would be her new home.
Unfortunately, the extreme seasons of the Midwest did not lend for a life on the water and Carina decided to pursue a path geared towards law. She attended Huntington University where she acquired her Bachelor of the Arts degree, majoring in History, Political Science, and PreLaw with minors of Spanish, Psychology, and Non-Western and European History.
While the education and critical thinking skills were appreciated, life behind a desk wasn’t meant to be; Carina soon found herself missing the adventure, mystery and wonder of the ocean life.
After six months, Carina packed up her things and headed to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to begin her new journey. After nearly three years of working on private yachts ranging from 21m to 118m, she sought out a more active, spontaneous and water sports focused, charter experience.
You will now find her whizzing around on Seabobs and tenders with a huge smile on her face. She can be described as a friendly, charter-minded, water-sports loving, American.