Additional Rate Details:
MINIMUM NIGHTS: 4
For 6 night charters, divide weekly rate by 7 nights X 6 nights. For 5 nights or less, divide weekly rate by 6 nights X number of nights.
48 HOURS REQUIRED FOR TURNAROUND
Please inquire if you need a cabin change
SLEEP ABOARD: Sleep aboard the night before charter dates. Available for $300 per cabin, with a 3 cabin minimum.
Includes boarding after 4pm, welcome cocktail and canapes plus a light breakfast the next morning. Dinner is to be taken ashore at client expense.
LOCAL FARE: Includes: 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 5 dinners. Requires 2 lunches and 2 dinners ashore at client expense.
-For local fare, deduct $150 per person off the charter rate
7 night minimum. Scrub Island ports required.
CHRISTMAS 2023: 1-8 guests @ $31,500
NEW YEARS 23/24: 1-8 guests @ $37,500 - charter may not start prior to 12/27
SAINT MARTIN / SAINT BARTHS RELOCATION FEE:
Relocation fee of $2,000, minimum 72 hour turn required on either side of charter dates
for boat transit. Please inquire for availability.
St Thomas Drop off - $1000
Due to threats of provisions being dumped at the border, we will only drop off in the USVI.
St. Vincent & the Grenadines Relocation Fee:
Relocation fee of $4,000, minimum 72 hour turn required on either side of charter dates for boat transit. Please inquire for availability.
Captain: Thomas Bik
Born and raised in the Netherlands Thomas always had a passion for the ocean.
With both of his parents being fanatic sailors, it was only natural that he spent all of his free time on the water partaking in every water sport imaginable.
From a young age it became very clear that his drive would point him toward a career on the water. He applied for a bachelor's in Water Management with a minor in Smart Water, followed by a Masters in Hydrology specializing in hurricane storm surge control in the Caribbean and Florida.
During COVID, he decided to apply to a nautical college and upon graduation, worked as a first officer on sailing yachts up to 500GT. He quickly realized that the size of these yachts directly impacted the amount of guest interaction. He therefore decided to obtain his Yacht Masters and become a captain on smaller sailing vessels.
His adventures started working in Flotillas in the Mediterranean, where he met Mollie on the dock in Croatia. After a lot of evenings sharing dreams, they decided to put these dreams into practice. They moved to the south Caribbean to work day charters on a 75ft catamaran and returned to the Mediterranean together. They quickly realized that this is the life they want to live.
• RYA Yachtmaster Offshore commercially endorsed
• Short Range VHF Certificate
• Enkhuizen Nautical College (qualified first officer on sailing vessels up to 500GT)
At the age of 18 she moved away from home to follow her passion for performing arts and worked as a dancer, flying trapeze instructor and acrobat in Mexico. Here she found her love for the Mexican cuisine, which speaks to her eclectic range of cooking with combinations of ingredients like lime, chili and garlic. Her guacamole is to die for!
Mollie then found herself following her other interests, sport and exercise science which took her to Australia to study for a year. She fell in love with the beauty of the country and ended up staying for almost 4 years. She tried her hand in entrepreneurial ship, opening her own performance center for strength sports on the Sunshine Coast. After the separation of the joint partnership, she started working as a front of house manager in a vegan and gluten-free herbal bar. Here she was able to tap into her creative side and create exciting new cocktails, write menus and run a team of incredible people.
After some time back home, she found a home in the yachting industry, an occupation where she can both travel and work at the same time, whilst meeting new people from all over the world. She took on multiple roles as deckhand, stewardess and chef on both motor yachts and catamarans. This is where she really found a passion for the art of cooking. Mollie has been very fortunate to travel all over the world and has visited over 50 different countries. In those different countries she loved to take an active approach to learn and study the cuisine. Fresh produce and good ingredients are key when creating a nutritious and flavorful dish and don't forget that sprinkle of love.
• Level 2 Food Safety and Hygiene for
• Quarterdeck Hostess Academy
• STCW ISPS - Super Yacht
• Basic Offshore Safety Course (HUET)
• Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science
• Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach