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Guests: 5
Crew: 2
Price from: $16,900


two large double cabins with ensuite facilities and ac;
one forward single cabin with ensuite head and office desk and chair
crew quarters aft with ensuite facilities

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New England summer 2018 $16,900 per week for five plus all expenses Bahamas rates- inquire Caribbean rates - inquire


Salon Stereo: Yes
Salon Tv: Yes
Nude: No
Crew Pets: No
Guest Pets: No
Number Dine In: yes
Water Maker: yes
Ice Maker: Yes
Number Of Dvds: yes
Number Of Cds: yes
Kosher: No
Bbq: Yes
Gay Charters: Yes
Smoking: transom
Crew Smokes: No
Children Ok: Yes
Voltages: 220
Hammock: Yes


Tube: Yes
Guests: 5
Draft: 5
Cruising Speed: 7
Helipad: No
Maxspeed: 8
Built: 2012
Cabins: 3
Queen: 2
Single: 1
Showers: 2
Heads: 3
Electric Heads: 3
Jacuzzi: No

BBQ: Yes
AC: Partial

More Specifications

License: -
Air Compressor: Not Onboard
Scuba On Board: Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only

Water Sports

Dinghy Size: Caribe 14ft/4.3m
Dinghy Hp: 40hp/29.8kW
Swim Platform: yes
Boarding Ladder: two
Beach Games: Yes
Fishing Gear: Yes
Rods: 2
Snorkel Gear: 4


Captain: Umberto Isolabella Moneta

Nationality: Italian

Captain: Umberto Isolabella Moneta

I love sharing my passion for the ocean with new guests and I love the adventure yachting encompasses and the variety of people I am able to meet.

I moved to the Isle of Wight and got my RYA Yacht Master Ocean so I could work full time in the yachting industry. After, I worked two charter seasons in the Mediterranean on a 130 ft motorboat. I was employed as deckhand/2nd engineer. We covered all sailing areas from the South of France to Italy and Greece.

After this I joined a privately owned 82 ft Oyster as the mate for a trip from Antigua, West Indies, to New Zealand with the owners onboard. Once we arrived in New Zealand I became captain of the vessel and did two years of sailing between the Caribbean and New England. Once the Oyster sold, I moved on to a new project with the same owner.

I followed the build of his new boat, Tohora, and have been looking after her since she was built in France. We departed in January 2013 for a 20,000 mile journey from France to Australia via Panama and the Pacific. After the Pacific we relocated back to the Caribbean and New England area. I have accumulated more than 40,000 miles on Tohora and she has been my home/work place for more than 5 years.

Over my decade at sea on different boats I can definitely say the Tohora is the best vessel to enjoy a week of holiday with friends and family. The open layout and convenience of the boat make it perfect for day sails and dinners. There's nothing like a night cap on the nets under the stars.


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Price from $16,900 /week
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