BRAVEHEART (58 FT) Inquire About This Yacht

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Length:

58

Beam:

29'

Draft:

5.5

Guests:

9

Crew:

2

Cabins:

4.5

Jacuzzi:

No

AC:

Full

Year Built:

2000

Builder:

Simonis

Max Speed:

12

Yacht Description

Braveheart specializes in Scuba diving and has 4 equal queen staterooms. We can take up to 9 guests and we love couples, families or even 3 generations. Birthdays and anniversaries are special on Braveheart. Children are welcome and we offer lots of watersports to keep you involved in all the action, or just relax in the hammocks or a floating mat and watch the world go by. Explore the tropical wonders of the virgin islands aboard the 58ft catamaran Braveheart, an all-inclusive, luxuriously appointed, well equipped, modern live aboard dive boat. We accommodate 5 to 9 guests in fully air conditioned comfort. The chef tailors the gourmet menu to your personal choices of cuisine. Relax whilst sipping a Caribbean cocktail in an idyllic anchorage and enjoy the sunset. Learn to scuba, windsurf, wakeboard, waterski, kayak, or fish, right from the boat.  Braveheart has all of the modern conveniences, such as scuba compressors, water maker, ice machines, wifi, and en-suite a/c, to be self sufficient and allow us to cruise without hampering your vacation time. The four private staterooms, each with en-suite dry head, electric toilet, and separate shower, and in room entertainment systems, accommodate up to eight guests.  There is a single bunk for the ninth guest on the port side amidships. The 4 staterooms and single bunk make Braveheart perfect for 4 couples or 2 families with children to enjoy in spacious comfort.  Crew quarters are to starboard midships with their own separate head & shower and 2 forward bunks with a separate deck entrance. There is an additional hot and cold water transom shower on the aft deck. Relax on the trampoline gazing at the stars and enjoy the vacation of a lifetime. 

Yacht Accomodations

On Catamaran Braveheart, all 4 cabins are equal in size and accommodations. The berths are mirror images of each other side to side; the Starboard and Port Forward Cabins are the same and the Port and Starboard Aft Cabins are the same. In addition there is a single berth on the port side midships that accommodates the 9th guest.

High Price (weekly):

$22,250

Low Price (weekly):

$20,000

Captain Name:

Jerry Blair

Captain Nation:

US

Snorkeling Gear:

Yes

Fishing Gear:

Yes

Onboard Scuba:

Onboard

Other Entertainment

Main Saloon: 26 " - Flat Screen LCD TV/DVD combo
4 Cabins: 15" LED TV/DVD combo in each cabin
IPod dock station provided & MP3 input available, smart tv box with internet access and wifi included onboard
Fridge
Freezer
2 x Hammock
Separate Shower in 4 guests staterooms enabling dry head
Electric Heads
Hairdryers provided

Other Toys

15' Dinghy with 60hp Outboard
Ski-Tube & 3 person "Transformer" towable tube, Water Skis
Wakeboard & 2 Kayaks
4 Stand Up Paddleboards (underwater lights for 3 paddleboards)
Hammock & Floating Mats
Sun Awning for trampoline
Fully Stocked Bar
A large floating island for lounging in the water behind the boat.
2 beach umbrellas and 4 beach chairs & new beach games
2 bean bag chairs for use on the deck or cabin top

Communications

Wifi provided free in the Virgin Islands. Guests must bring own laptop or device to access internet.
VHF Radio
Auto Pilot with wifi access to onboard charting

Crew Profile

Captain Jerry has been sailing since he was 2 years old and has sailed extensively throughout the Northeast USA, and Caribbean and has undertaken several Trans-Atlantic crossings. He holds a 100 ton USCG Masters license and is also a NAUI Scuba Instructor and PADI Divemaster, as well as a US Sailing Instructor.


One of Jerry's great loves is teaching and as an avid water sports enthusiast he enjoys sharing all his varied knowledge with friends and guests. Jerry teaches lots of SCUBA courses from first time resort courses to full or advanced diving certifications.
After residing in the Caribbean Islands for 13 years, Jerry is a good source of local knowledge and history which ensures every trip is unique, fun and interesting. He is gregarious and loves meeting people..


<b>Dawn Mottram</b> is British, coming from North Wales originally. She grew up on the coast and living by the sea she spent many happy hours with her family on boats. She passed her love for sailing onto her two children, who have taken to the sport as well.

Dawn has always enjoyed cooking for her family, friends and charitable events. She is a trained RGN nurse, specializing in pediatrics, community, and ophthalmic nursing, and has most recently worked as a medical equipment consultant.

Her career of helping people as a nurse inspired her to start fund raising for causes she believed in. As the years went on, the scale of her fund raising and the distances she went to, grew. Dawn's passion for the outdoors has led her on cycling tours through Vietnam, hikes up the three highest mountains peaks of Great Britain, and numerous sailing events such as Cowes Week. She has taken part in many long distance offshore sailing races, most notably the Fastnet Race. Her largest fundraiser generated £100,000 for Sail4Cancer. She was involved in forming the first "all female" team to compete in the Non-Stop Around Britain and Ireland Race in 2006. One of her many duties onboard was as bowman and foredeck crew but she was also the cook. Her experiences of cooking on racing boats led Dawn to produce the Swell Food recipe book, for sailing enthusiasts. All proceeds were donated to Sail4Cancer, enabling children suffering from the affects of cancer to have sailing opportunities.

Her passion for sailing and traveling has led Dawn from London to the Caribbean. Her European, Mediterranean, and Asian influences will win you over with regards to her cuisine but it is her caring nature, attention to detail, and constantly striving to improve that will be the lasting impression that stays with you for years to come.




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