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Yacht Type:

Yacht Gallery



Length:

50

Beam:

28

Draft:

4.7

Guests:

8

Crew:

2

Cabins:

4

Helipad:

No

Jacuzzi:

No

AC:

Full

Year Built:

2012

Builder:

Lagoon

Yacht Description

4 spacious Queen Cabins each with ensuite head and shower. At 50 feet, this vessel caters to families as well as groups of couples looking for a bright, comfortable, and luxurious excursion through the Caribbean Islands. With plenty lounging space, water toys, and expert crew, guests can leave all stresses behind and be mesmerized by Nana's beauty and the seas she sails.

Yacht Accomodations

4 Queen Cabins weith en-suite with head and shower
2 Forepeak cabins for crew use only in case of 7 or 8 pax charter, crew have their own head forward.
A/C in all Cabins at Night
WiFi
Extra Handrails for Easy Movement Around Vessel
Towels, Linens, Basic Toiletries

High Price (weekly):

$17,500

Low Price (weekly):

$11,700

Captain Name:

Darrin Jackson

Captain Nation:

USA

Wave Runners:

No

Snorkeling Gear:

Yes

Fishing Gear:

Yes

Onboard Scuba:

Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only

Other Toys

Giant inflatable swan




Crew Profile

Captain Darrin Jackson is a third generation mariner. Born in St. Thomas and raised on a boat in the US and British Virgin Islands , Darrin took to the water at an early age. The family business of marine transportation, construction and salvage exposed him to the many aspects of professional life upon the seas. Eager to follow in his fathers footsteps he obtained his captains license at 19 and immediately began his career on the waters of the Caribbean ultimately captaining several vessels, including catamarans and a 75 ft Schooner. Darrin's passion for sailing led him to begin racing in regattas, he also enjoys surfing, free-diving, and spearfishing. He looks forward to showing you all the wonders of his "backyard"!

Chef Julia Ray grew up in Michigan surrounded by the Great Lakes. She developed a love for boating and sailing on frequent family outings on Lake Huron and the many inland waterways that are abundant in Michigan. Julia was introduced to the Virgin Islands as a child on the first of many annual family vacations more than 30 years ago. Julia learned to cook and entertain while assisting family members during daily meal preparation and by assisting with catering numerous gatherings. Julia has also worked in the restaurant and hospitality industries. She holds degrees in both accounting and social work and although she had a successful career in the corporate world, she left it all behind in 2013 to realize her dream of living in the Virgin Islands. She has since been employed as mate and chef, sailing throughout the islands.

Energetic and personable, Julia loves to meet new people and share her enthusiasm for the islands while ensuring their comfort and safety aboard and in the water. She is certified in first aid, CPR and fire fighting. She spends much of her spare time in the kitchen, preparing and perfecting new recipes for friends and family to sample. Julia delights in spoiling guests with gourmet meals and tempting treats. She prepares a wide variety of meals and remains flexible in her meal planning to ensure the freshest and best quality food is offered to guests. Julia takes much pride in her ability to work with guests to accommodate special diets and food allergies and develop menus that will leave everyone satisfied!

Photo of the Crew

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