MINIMUM NIGHTS: 5, Inquire for less
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.
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.
HALF-BOARD: Includes: 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches & 3 dinners. Requires 3 lunches & 4 dinners ashore at client expense.
WINTER 2022/2023: 2/$30,700 3/$31,050 4/$31,400 5/$31,750 6/$32,100 7/$32,450 8/$32,800
SUMMER 2023: 2/$32,700 3/$33,050 4/$33,400 5/$33,750 6/$34,100 7/$34,450 8/$34,800
WINTER 2023/2024: 2/$33,700 3/$34,050 4/$34,400 5/$34,750 6/$35,100 7/$35,450 8/$35,800
SUMMER 2024: 2/$34,700 3/$35,050 4/$35,400 5/$35,750 6/$36,100 7/$36,450 8/$36,800
LOCAL FARE: Includes: 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 6 dinners. Requires 2 lunches and 1 dinner ashore at client expense.
WINTER 2022/2023: 2/$30,850 3/$31,275 4/$31,700 5/$32,125 6/$32,550 7/$32,975 8/$33,400
SUMMER 2023: 2/$32,850 3/$33,275 4/$33,700 5/$34,125 6/$34,550 7/$34,975 8/$35,400
WINTER 2023/2024: 2/$33,850 3/$34,275 4/$34,700 5/$35,125 6/$35,550 7/$35,975 8/$36,400
SUMMER 2024: 2/$34,850 3/$35,275 4/$35,700 5/$36,125 6/$36,550 7/$36,975 8/$37,400
7 night minimum
CHRISTMAS: 1-8 guests @ $44,400 - charter must end by 12/26
NEW YEARS: 1-8 guests @ $48,100 - charter may not start prior to 12/27
Captain: Kirill Osipenko
Kirill was born in Ukraine, but grew up in Israel since the age of 10. He picked up his passion for sailing after attending a maritime high school where he first learned sailing. After high school he joined the military in Israel where he served for 3 years. Once his military service was complete he returned to sailing, as that is where his passion was.
He worked on a 40m sailing yacht for a company called Silhouette Cruises in the Seychelles as a deckhand for 6 months where he was responsible for all the deck jobs, maintenance of the yacht and taking guests scuba diving and to snorkeling sites. He gained a tremendous amount of experience and from there went to complete the RYA Yachtmaster Offshore course in South Africa.
Kirill joined multiple Atlantic crossings, skippering two of them himself on a 67 ft sailing catamaran, where he also gained a lot of knowledge, confidence and experience. On these trips he mastered the celestial navigation skill with navigation by the sun and the stars, having an old-school sextant device onboard. Kirill then began working for a flotilla charter company in Croatia, which he did for three seasons sailing all over Croatia and also in Greece and in the BVIs. In between the summer sailing seasons in Europe, Kirill also been worked as a sailing instructor.
Most recently, Kirill has been working as a captain on a 62ft yacht, then progressively on a 67ft sailing catamaran, both privately owned by an Israeli family, cruising the Mediterranean but also sailed to explore the Caribbean for one season. Within the last two years Kirill met Shahar and they have been happily working together as a couple and team aboard the privately owned vessels.
Apart from sailing Kirill is a free spirit and loves nature, travelling, meeting new people and exploring new cultures. He loves hiking, water sports like kite and wing surfing, scuba and free diving. His favorite sport and martial art is the Brazilian Capoeira. Brazilian Capoeira has taken him to Brazil three times where he lived in total for six months. Brazil has became his favorite country and culture, he also learned to speak Portuguese while there.
Shahar was born and raised in Israel, Texas and Brazil, growing up near the coast all her life. As a daughter of a professional windsurfer, it was an foregone conclusion that she would also fall in love with the sea. From the time she was a young child, she was constantly by the water practicing water sports, surfing and scuba diving. She has a very special and close relationship with her family; she has two brothers and two sisters. She initially learned to cook from her mother and grandmother, and as a child was always helping around the kitchen.
After graduating high school she joined the IDF and served for 3 years as a commanding and coordinating officer. When she completed the service in the army she decided to combine her cooking with her sailing passion. She went to a sailing academy in the UK and did the RYA Yachtmaster Offshore course.
In these last few years she has lived on the water working on charter and private boats. She worked for a charter company as a host and first mate in Corfu, Greece and later on in the BVI and Caribbean on 50 and 60 ft catamarans. Her last role on the privately owned yacht required of her impeccable time management, as well as a high level of service and flexibility due to food constraints.
Nothing brings Shahar more joy than seeing her guests gathering around the table and enjoying her food, as well as the smiles on their faces after an amazing experience on the water. Shahar has also always had a passion for design. She has studied swimwear design and purchased two sewing machines. When she has time on land she creates different models of swimsuits for herself and her friends, hoping one day to open her own brand and sell them around the world.