SEA ESTA Inquire About This Yacht

Yacht Type:

Yacht Gallery



Length:

58

Beam:

28

Draft:

5.8

Guests:

10

Crew:

2

Cabins:

5

Helipad:

No

Jacuzzi:

No

AC:

Full

Year Built:

2013

Builder:

Robertson and Caine

Yacht Description

Sail crystal clear waters, snorkel coral reefs, enjoy the panoramic views or just relax at the end of the day. Sea Esta offers the best in large open decks and spaces for lounging, teak-style decking and a flybridge with seating for 10 that boasts an outdoor kitchen/grill/bar. The split level style with 5 Guest Staterooms - 2 guest staterooms on the main deck with walk-out "balconies" to the huge forward covered cockpit and 3 private, en-suite guest staterooms on the lower level all offering air-conditioning, and everything you would need onboard to create sailing memories with family and friends.

Yacht Accomodations

5 queen guest staterooms each with a private En-Suite head and stall showers. Memory foam mattress toppers and pillows made of Cooling Memory Foam fabric so you are always sleeping "On the Cool"
The Crew occupies the aft port cabin with two twin beds. However, the Crew will move and make the Cabin available to Guests/Children if requested.

High Price (weekly):

$28,000

Low Price (weekly):

$24,400

Captain Name:

Brad Marquart

Captain Nation:

USA

Snorkeling Gear:

Yes

Fishing Gear:

Yes

Onboard Scuba:

Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only

Communications

WiFi On Board for the BVI

Crew Profile

BRAD & KRISTI
*Crew starting November 2019*

Brad Marquart grew up in a small Mississippi river town in Missouri. After completing a degree in Biology at a liberal arts college it was time for some adventure, and he left the Midwest for a new life on the ocean. He joined a commercial fisheries management consultancy in Alaska, working on fishing vessels to provide precise and timely data regarding fishery health directly to NOAA. After working aboard 12 large fishing and fish processing vessels operating out of Dutch Harbor and Juneau, he traded the Bering Sea for the Rocky Mountains and moved to Denver, Colorado. There he started as a bioenergy researcher developing alternatives to mining coal, before switching gears and becoming an environmental scientist liaising between the oil and gas industry and state regulatory bodies. However, his previous life on the ocean had left a mark.

Upon meeting Kristi, the new team set out to reconnect with previous careers on the water. Denver provides perhaps the most landlocked American Sailing School in the USA, and Kristi and Brad took every class they had time for. They left Denver for the east coast where they assisted with a sailboat delivery, and then took to new careers aboard a 74 foot charter ketch here in the Virgin Islands, which led to Brad earning his USCG 100-ton Master Captain’s license and moving on to operate charter catamarans. Now starting his fourth year in the term charter industry, Brad has also earned a nitrox scuba certification and enjoys sharing chef’s and guide duties with his wife. An innate naturalist, he loves identifying fish and watching their behavior. He loves life most when guiding snorkel and hiking excursions in the beautiful Virgin Islands and when winding down with our always-interesting guests after a memorable day.

Kristi Marquart has a diverse background within the charter boat and restaurant industries. Her culinary interest sparked at an early age in her family’s restaurant and brewery in Kansas, where she worked every position throughout high school and college. Eager to grow in the hospitality industry after graduating from KU, Kristi went on to manage three successful restaurant openings across the country with a company that believed in serving real food sourced from American farmers. She has always loved to cook for friends and family but it was her experience working alongside talented chefs and restaurateurs that ultimately groomed Kristi for her role as the chef aboard Sea Esta. Her cuisine style utilizes fresh ingredients that bring both color and flavor to the plate. She obtains high quality cuts of meat and locally sourced eggs, produce and seafood (when available). Her menus are made with her guests preferences in mind, and she loves the creative freedom of serving beautiful meals that become a conversation piece over the table.

Kristi also holds a Captain’s license, a bachelors degree in environmental science, a nitrox diver certification, and ten years of experience handling various boats along the coasts of California, Georgia, South Carolina, and throughout the entire Eastern Caribbean. This is her seventh season operating charter boats out of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Kristi & Brad are honored to call Sea Esta home and will ensure your vacation is the kind you smile about for years to come.

PETER & DARCY WHITNEY
*Crew through July 2019*

Peter and Darcy Whitney are both originally from the Eastern Sierra’s of California. They departed for Annapolis, Maryland to Florida over 17 years ago where they outfitted their 42 foot monohull with refrigeration, electronics,
sails and much more. After 3 months of outfitting the boat, they left for 2 ½ years on their travel adventure that
included the Bahamas, Caribbean, South American, Central America, and Mexico, and eventually arriving at
San Diego, California.

They have been working in the charter industry over 18 years and with over 285 charters under their belt, have
traveled with guests from Puerto Rico to Grenada operating both monohulls and catamarans. They had been
with the 62-foot Robertson & Caine ‘Sea Leopard’ catamaran since 2004. Now on the brand new “Tobarths” their
goal is to share the islands that have become so much apart of their life. Specializing on more of the relaxed,
luxury side, they tailor to each charter’s needs to ensure that your vacation is memorable for a lifetime . . . full of adventure, laughter, great food, and wonderful sailing.

Darcy has been working in restaurants and with chefs since she was 13 years old. She’s been a waitress,
hostess and restaurant manager. She worked for 5 years with one of the most prominent chef’s in Southern
California where she learned most of her culinary skills. Darcy is able to adapt to most requests from guests
with regard to dietary restrictions, kid’s preferences, gourmet and vegetarian foods.
She learned to sail from her husband, Peter, and enjoys being the 1st mate. Darcy will help you learn a bit of
sailing or if you chose to sit back and relax, she’ll ensure that all of your needs are being met from cocktails
under sail to going for a good hike. Darcy enjoys a great book, working out, swimming, hiking and rock climbing.

USCG licensed and with sailing experience that spans over forty years and countless sea miles, Peter has
sailed just about everything from sabots to a three-mast schooner. He is also accomplished on the race venue, campaigning his personal boat at Lake Tahoe, San Francisco Bay, and Miami Mid Winters, Florida. Peter also has published articles in local and national magazines. Now based in The British Virgin Islands, his knowledge of the Caribbean will ensure you a fun and fantastic holiday.

Photo of the Crew

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