KE AMA II Takes You Away From It All In The Marshall Islands
KE AMA II - 80 ft. Radford Sloop
~ Captain: Philip Johnston - Chef / Hostess: Naylene Vuurens Smith ~
KE AMA II is a floating air-conditioned oasis in the Marshall Islands, a Pacific Ocean nation of 29 atolls and 5 islands
covering nearly a million square miles literally in the middle of nowhere. KE AMA II has three en suite guest cabins suitable for couples as well as families.
The aft master has a queen-sized bed, the port cabin has a double and the starboard cabin has twin lower singles plus one upper single. For dining and lounging the spacious salon and cockpit both feature tables that comfortably seat eight.
~ What to Expect and What to Do ~
The Marshall Islands are one of the most unique and remote places in the world. Majuro, the capitol, is the location of the airport you’ll fly into and the port where you’ll board KE AMA II.
From there the 29 atolls and 5 islands are within an overnight or day sail from one another. Pristine, uninhabited beaches and lagoons offer some of the best snorkeling and diving anywhere plus great beachcombing and shelling.
The enormous variety of fish species makes for superb sport fishing. Sea kayaks, a windsurfer, snorkel and fishing gear are onboard and waiting for you. For a true island experience visit WAM, the center dedicated to reviving the building and sailing of traditional outrigger canoes. You can even sail with the students on these hand-built craft that can reach 25 knots.
Captain Philip Johnston, a New Zealander, and Chef Naylene Vuurens Smith, a top charter team for 20 years, are your hosts, tour guides and water sports directors. They are happy to be back onboard KE AMA II which they crewed in the Pacific from 2008 to 2010.
KE AMA II can be chartered from $25,000 per week plus expenses.
For more information about the Marshall Islands based charter yacht KE AMA II call Dennis at Charter Sailing Unlimited at 888-856-8310 or 317-745-1990. You can also contact me by going to my "Information Request" page on my website.
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