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.
● MINIMUM NIGHTS: 5
● LESS THAN 7 NIGHT CHARTER RATES: For 6-night charters, divide the weekly rate by 7 nights X 6 nights. For 5 nights or less, divide the weekly rate by 6 nights X number of nights.
● SLEEP ABOARD:1/2 the daily rate. Dinner ashore at the client's expense. Includes boarding after 4 pm, welcome cocktail, breakfast the next morning, and early start.
● HALF-BOARD OPTION: $100 discount per person
Includes 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches, & 3 dinners, all other meals to be eaten ashore at the client's expense.
● LOCAL FARE OPTION: $75 discount per person
Includes 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 6 dinners, all other meals to be eaten ashore at client's expense.
● TURN AROUNDS: 24-hour turn arounds available for $250 per charter, otherwise 48-hour turns are standard
● HOLIDAY RATES:
2024 Christmas: Flat Rate, $24,500 must finish by December 26th.
2024 NEW YEARS: Flat rate of $31,000 for 2-8 guests and a 7-night minimum. Must begin no sooner than Dec 27th.
● EMBARKATION: 12PM
● TURN AROUNDS:
48-hour turn arounds required - inquire for 24-hour turns, approval incurs a $250 fee
● ALL-INCLUSIVE RATE INCLUDES:
Meals & Beverages onboard
Private Yacht & Service of the crew (captain, chef/mate)
Insurance for the yacht and the passengers (civil liability)
Accommodation in private air-conditioned cabins each with an ensuite bathroom and
bedding, towels, and beach towels.
Stand Up Paddle Boards
● ALL-INCLUSIVE RATE DOES NOT INCLUDE:
Special provisioning requests (inquire for further details)
Cancellation insurance and private insurance
Airport transfers to/from yacht base
It is customary to tip your crew at the end of your charter. The amount you leave is totally at your discretion and should be based on the level of service provided. The suggested gratuity is 15%-25% of the total charter fee.
● CONTRACT SPECIAL CONDITIONS:
Beginning May 21, 2023 for all NEW bookings the Charter Fee does include the British Virgin Islands (BVI) cruising taxes and permit, BVI National Park permits and BVI customs fees (collectively the "BVI Fees").
If the Yacht is NOT allowed entry into the BVI, FOR ANY REASON, during the time of charter, the charter will take place in the USVI waters.
Captain: Isaac Toler
Captain Isaac has been sailing since a teen and loves every aspect. Once he got his first boat he has never stopped sailing and traversing the Atlantic Ocean and the entirety of Caribbean. Isaac holds a master license as well as sailing endorsements. On top of sailing he has worked in all other fields of the boating world. Isaac loves every aspect of the water including surfing, fishing, free diving, spear fishing, great food, and meeting other ocean loving friends. Isaac never plans to stop pursuing his dream of sailing, traveling, and meeting great people!
Chef Briana grew up in the great outdoors of Maine. Always active, she spent her summers hiking, camping, and sailing the mid-coast with her family. In the winter she enjoyed skiing, playing hockey, and ice fishing.
After graduating from Johnson & Wales University with a B.S. in Business Management she had an exciting corporate career which introduced her to international travel. Intrigued and wanting to learn more, she left the US in 2017 to travel full time. Over the past 6 years she’s traveled to more than 50 countries and has lived and worked/volunteered in several.
Bri has a passion for adventure and learning new skills. Some of her favorite gigs have been working as a river guide in Costa Rica, an English teacher in Bali, a supplier to the United Nations in Africa, and serving at several wildlife refugee centers across the world. She fell in love with the ocean in Thailand while learning to scuba dive, and it’s been hard to keep her out of the water ever since! Her scuba & marine life obsession is what eventually got her back into sailing, as she joined a sailing expedition to explore and dive the Tuamotus archipelago of French Polynesia. Since that voyage, she has crewed on dozens of different vessels becoming a strong and confident sailor. Bri is now embracing life in the Caribbean where she has island hopped from Florida to Grenada and started her charter career.
Through her travels, Bri has seen how food unites people. Bri has always enjoyed cooking for others and being able to combine her love for sailing and the ocean with hosting and cheffing on charter has been a perfect fit. Using fresh local ingredients, she brings techniques learned from Italian Nonna’s, Costa Rican Abuela’s, and Thai spinsters to create delicious nutritious meals to power your day. Bri is looking forward to sharing her food with you!