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 @ $30,500
NEW YEARS 23/24: 1-8 guests @ $36,500 - 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: Remi Leclezio
Remi is from the beautiful tropical island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, where he spent most of his childhood growing his passion for surfing and sailing.
Remi moved to South Africa to further his education, from primary through university. He completed a degree in Geography and Environmental Management from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal. After working in his field, he decided he was better suited for the water, putting his years of sailing as a child to good use.
After finding working in France for some time on super yachts and classic sailing vessels, Remi decided to take the opportunity to sail across the Atlantic. Gaining sea miles and experience in offshore sailing, he was ready for a Caribbean season. Along his adventures he travelled up and down the Caribbean chain, eventually finding the BI a place to call home. Lovalty and hard work are core values of Remi, which led to his role as First Mate on an 85 foot power yacht for the last 5 seasons.
His passion for the sea is clear to his guests, whether it's diving or instructing water sports. From his travel and African/ French background, he is always keen to meet new clients and exchange stories and culture. You'll often see Remi with an ear to ear smile, enjoying a positive outlook on life and the world around him.
• IYT 200 Tons yacht masters
• BVI Boat masters
• STCW Basic Training
• VHF Short range Certificate (SC)
• Efficient Deckhand course
• IT small power boat course
• ENG1 medical
• Emergency First Aid responder
• Dive master
Jessa was born in Colorado and raised in Texas, and her love for the great outdoors began at a young age. She graduated with a degree in Psychology from Texas State University in 2015 and has always had a passion for working with people, especially in the hospitality industry. In 2017 she decided she wanted to live and work in the tropics full time, so she quit her desk job in Human Resources and traded in the cubicle for the sailboat galley life.
Jessa began her career as a yacht chef in May 2017, and she loved the yachting lifestyle so much that she spent the next three years working on sailing yachts in Croatia. Since then, she has traveled to four different continents, including Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and explored many of the Caribbean islands. The Virgin Islands quickly became one of her favorite places after sailing and working there at the end of 2018. She knew instantly that she wanted to further her career there and in 2019 she began chartering full time in the Caribbean.
She enjoys sailing, hiking, snorkeling, scuba diving, yoga and being able to spend every day on the water! She is a certified Yoga Instructor and enjoys practicing daily, as well as guiding guests in their own flow while on charter. In addition to the adventurous lifestyle Jessa lives, she loves creating beautiful and delicious meals in the galley. She believes that cooking is all about sharing, and being able to share unique and tasty dishes with the guests is so important to her!
One of her favorite parts about traveling is being able to experience new cultures and cuisines, and then incorporating these cuisines into her own menu.
Seafood is a personal favorite of Jessa's, to cook and to eat. She finds it very t special to be able to use the local seafood for her dishes.
• STCW Basic Training
• USCG Captains License 100T
• 200hr Yoga Teacher Certification
• PADI Advanced Open Water Diver