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.
The stunning luxurious 50-foot Catamaran is the vessel for adventure around the US Virgin Islands. She has 4 guest cabins, 3 with en-suite bathrooms equipped with a full shower, electric flush toilet, and vanity. The cabins also include their own A/C controls, 110Volt and USB outlets, and 2 reading lights. The 4th is a double midship cabin, suitable for children.
The yacht includes 2 paddleboards, Snuba, snorkel gear, floats, fishing gear, Bluetooth speakers, 60in Smart TV, a 25hp tender, a tube, and more! Our beautiful teak table will seat your entire group comfortably while Chef Jenna serves you some delicious island cuisine.
You can spend days swimming with turtles, exploring the reefs and marine life, or stopping by one of the local beach bars for a Painkiller. The islands offer shopping, hiking, and local entertainment. There are plenty of opportunities for adventure with this beautiful catamaran and crew. Food and Drink will be provided by our wonderful onboard chef so you can sit back and enjoy everything the Virgin Islands has to offer.
|Charter fee only||Unit|
|$ 22'200 - $ 34'000||per week|
|Government tax and other service fees||Obligatory|
|Full bedding sets and after-cruise cleaning||Included|
|Dinghy with outboard engine||Included|
|Stand-up paddle board||Included|
|Kayak (2 pax)||Included|
|Electric Jet Board||Included|
|Skipper & Crew||Price||Unit||Option|
Please enquire for cancellation policy.
Captain RJ, originally from Alaska, began sailing many years ago in the Puget Sound, surrounded by mountains and the beautiful city of Seattle. Longing for warmer wind and water (as many of us do), RJ decided to sell his businesses, officially downsize his life and move to St. Thomas to become a sailboat captain. And that is exactly what he did. Not long after moving to the USVI, RJ found himself the cocaptain of a fun little day charter boat named, Rumbaba. Though she was a simple little 39ft Hunter monohull; Rumbaba was a blast to take guests out on. Incredible scenery, snorkeling with turtles, delicious grilled lunch entrees and all the fresh cocktails you could handle made each outing something special for every guest. Making the top 10 of all activities to do on St. Thomas and Trip Advisor verified that!
First Mate Jenna grew up on Newman Lake, Washington; a beautiful little lakeside community outside of Spokane. Her love for boating began from a very young age; sitting on her Dad’s lap and racing the speed boat from shore to shore. Jenna’s eventual move to Seattle only gave her more access to playing on sailboats on the Puget Sound. Loving the city, but needing escape, boat camping, or as Jenna would say, “Bamping”, around the many islands and bays of the sound became a frequent weekend event. She could also always be found as a steady and faithful crew for the infamous Duck Dodge races of South Lake Union!