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Guests: 6
        Cabins: 3
        Crew: 2
Price from:            $26,000
Builder: CNB Bordeaux
          Length: 76.00 ft
Year: 1992
           Refit: 2023 refit. Main engine rebuild 2014; All of the following new in 2014/2015: standing rigging, B&G wind instruments, radar & chart-plotter, mainsail track, sail cover, Lewmar Ocean cabin hatches, saloon & cabin air condition units; New generator in 2013; New skyscreens in forward cabins and heads 2016; New fridge/freezer compressor 2017.


CAP II can accommodate 6 guests in three spacious double cabins (two forward and one midship) each with ensuite heads and cupboard space. The two forward cabins can be converted into a large primary suite due removable dividing wall that can form one large cabin.

Air conditioning throughout.
Berth sizes:
Midships cabin: 78" x 52";
Two forward cabins: 51" wide at head tapering to 39"wide at the foot. Length 79".


Salon Stereo: Yes
Salon Tv: Yes
Nude: Inq
Books: lots
Crew Pets: No
Guest Pets: No
Number Dine In: yes
Water Maker: yes
Water Capacity: 450 gal
Ice Maker: Yes
Number Of Dvds: lots
Number Of Cds: lots
Board Games: Yes
Bimini: Yes
Special Diets: Inq
Kosher: Inq
Bbq: Yes
Gay Charters: Yes
YachtNudeCharters: Inq
Hairdryers: Yes
Number Of Port Hatches: several
Smoking: on deck only
Crew Smokes: No
Children Ok: Yes
Minimum Child Age: none
Generator: 19kw Kohler
Inverter: yes
Voltages: 220/110
Hammock: Yes

Price Details

Please add 15% for APA.

Christmas week: $30,000
New Years week: $30,000

All rates are for 7 nights, 8 days. To prorate these rates:
For 6 nights divide weekly rate by 7 and multiply by 6
For 5 nights or less divide weekly rate by 6 then multiply by number of nights.

Delivery fees - return trips:
SXM to Antigua - $1,000
SXM to USVI - $1,500
SXM to Grenada - $2,500
Please inquire for delivery fees to other islands

Cap II is not available for charter Summer 2023
Returns to the Caribbean for Winter 2023/24


Tube: No
Guests: 6
Draft: 8.7
Cruising Speed: 10-12
Helipad: No
Ac: Full
Ac Night: Yes
Built: 1992
Turnaround: 48 hrs or TBD
Cabins: 3
Double: 3
Showers: 3
Basins: 3
Heads: 3
Electric Heads: 3
Jacuzzi: No

BBQ: Yes
AC: Full
Generator: 19kw Kohler


More Specifications

Flag: USA
Homeport: Florida
Yacht Permit: 2
Yacht License: 2
Yacht Mca: 1
Yacht Insurance: Chubb Federal Ins.

Other Entertainment

Television, Video cassette recorder, DVD and movie library, Bose stereo with surround sound - connect via Bluetooth.

Each cabin has both European 220 and US 110 sockets for use of chargers, phones, lap tops etc.

Water Sports

Dinghy Size: 14' aluminum AB dinghy
Kayaks 1 Pax: No
Kayaks 2 Pax: No
Dinghy Hp: 50 HP four stroke
Floating Mats: No
Dinghy Pax: 6/8
Swim Platform: yes
Water Skis Adult: No
Boarding Ladder: aft
Water Skis Kids: No
Jet Skis: No
Beach Games: Yes
Wave Runners: No
Kneeboard: No
Snorkel Gear: Yes
Scurfer: No
Wake Board: Yes
Seabob: No
Sea Scooter: No


Captain: Keith Chipping

Nationality: British/US Green Card holder


It took Keith working as a school teacher to learn the lesson that the call of the sea had a far greater appeal than the call of the classroom. Having a long standing interest in history and current affairs had led Keith into academic study that culminated in teacher training and work in English high schools trying to impart this passion on our future generations.

Then sailing was discovered, along with the realization that his own passion for teaching was not as powerful as his passion for sailing. It was sailing in its purist form that led to this conversion – that is, dinghy sailing. Instead of extolling the virtues of political participation Keith found himself, instead, describing the combination of art, science and physical endeavor which is needed to make a machine move through the water to the point where it only seemed sensible that he leave behind an established profession and move into the little known world of ‘professional yachting’.

Keith added to his Dinghy Instructor qualifications with a Yacht Master ticket and has since worked on a range of boats from racing yachts to even a motorboat, when needs called. He worked a complete season as a flotilla skipper in Greece and then went on to work as a delivery skipper taking newly built yachts from France to Greece and Turkey. A transatlantic crossing on a 36’ catamaran brought him to America and then the Caribbean.

Keith joined CAP II after working on a well-known race boat that spends part of the year in the Caribbean. It was during this period that he met Dina, whose calm demeanor wasn’t even rattled cooking for, and sharing a boat with, 18 sweaty ocean racers for a week. This composure was invaluable as Keith and Dina took over CAP II and led her through an extensive refit in Trinidad that has restored her back to the splendor that such an elegant boat deserves.


Though originally from Pennsylvania, USA, Dina has lived in Japan, the Philippines and the Cayman Islands. Her wonderful life as CAP II’s Mate and qualified US Captain is further affirmation of her love of the sea. When she was a youngster she lived by a pearl farm near Kyoto, then on the beachfront in the Philippines.

When her father’s business took the family back to Pennsylvania some of the culture of those places remained. Dina is an endearing sort of creative genius. She rebuilt race car engines as a teenager, designed and produced jewelry, and remodeled houses. She drove across the Untied States to the Gemological Institute of America to experience the country and further her career as gemologist, goldsmith and appraiser. Conveniently, for someone imbued with a fascination for travel and cultures, her training as a jewelry designer took her to places as diverse and exotic as Florence, Italy and Brooklyn, New York.

Not satisfied with exhibiting her gold orchids at the National Arboretum, or operating her own appraisal company and gemological laboratory, Dina’s sense of adventure got the better of her. Moonlighting as a hot air balloon pilot, and owning sailboats on the Chesapeake, perpetuated the voyage that began by the pearl farm in Japan. In 2010, Dina sailed from Fort Lauderdale to Antigua as Mate on an old 11m sailboat. Luckily, her mechanical abilities and fortitude assisted in holding the vessel and captain together and, with string and ingenuity, they arrived in one piece.

Experiencing the opposite, Dina left Antigua on a luxurious 31m motor yacht but jumped at the chance to cook on a racing yacht. As fate would have it, Keith was Mate on this yacht and they later began to search for a charter yacht to run together. Experience, determination and great team work lead them to accept the honor of restoring and running the incredible yacht CAP II. Her resurrection has been a labor of love and dedication with the reward of seeing this true sailing beauty shine!

CHEF - Freelance TBA

Cap II is not advertised for charter in the US and does not charter in US waters.


24 Feb - 2 March, 2018 ~ Grenadines
Thank you again for the fantastic treatment on board the CAP II. Hopefully you have a good trip to Carriacou.
Goodbye, Bert & Bernadette
will book again!
Broker says: Clients had a great time - will book again!" M.family
Jan 2016
Thank you all again for a wonderful week. Nancy and I enjoyed every minute of it. The sailing and swimming were wonderful, the island visits and drinks well worth our attention, the food magnificent, and your company, coordination, cooperation and general good graces exemplary. How's that for a performance review?!

Sail well and enjoy the sunny days.

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New Years Charter 2015/6 BVI
Well beyond wildest hopes for boat and crew. Dina is amazing and Diego is the best cook ever. We are grateful to you for directing us this way!! Thank you.

Broker Comment: My client was so complimentary on the yacht as well as crew. She was one of the happiest charter clients ever. My sincere thanks to you all.
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Recent upgrades to Cap II in 2014
New soft blue sofa cushions in the Salon.
Bar and drinks chiller area in Salon.
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2014 Upgrades to Cap II
New Ice maker for instant access to a nice chilled drink - a must in the Caribbean!
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March 2013 - 6 pax charter - Ric and friends in BVI
1. Was the crew friendly and accommodating?
The crew was extremely friendly and very accommodating.

2. Was the yacht comfortable and clean?
The sailboat was very clean.

3. Was the yacht well ventilated? Yes.

4. Was the food good and well presented?
The food was very good. Diego, our chef, presented the food beautifully.

5. Did you like the area you sailed?
Yes. We have always enjoyed the BVI's.

6. Additional comments on your charter?
Crew was very good. Their hard work and outgoing personalities made our trip a wonderful experience.
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St Maarten, St Barths, Anguilla, April 2013
The trip exceeded our expectations- you were so accommodating. We thank you again for a wonderful break from our fast pace of life.
Bunny, Michael, Joy, Allan, Sue and Stuart
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Canadian Great Lakes charter
More pics from summer charter.
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Canadian Great Lakes 9 weeks July and August 2012
She sails extremely well, is very comfortable below and has most needed amenities. Nick
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Cap II
Great performance sailing yacht
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Photo Shoot in St Maarten
Thrills of sailing on Cap II
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