Crewed Charter Yacht Available In The Spanish Virgin Islands
For those looking for something a little different, Captain Glenn Kranig and his Chef & First Mate Christina Bonwit, aboard the 47' charter yacht SOLITUDE, are offering a Spanish Virgin Islands itinerary.
You start by flying into St. Thomas and board SOLITUDE, making yourself at home by enjoying a cool cocktail & beautifully exquisite dinner. You then have the option to enjoy a day or two snorkeling off St. John or some fun water sports & Honeymoon Beach off Water Island.
Next you'll sail off to Culebra. There you'll have an opportunity to rest and enjoy a pristine snorkel off Tamarindo or Luis Pena and visit the famous Flamenco Beach.
After your visit to Culebra you'll sail to Vieques to do a bit more snorkeling and other watersports such as renting a jetski if you wish, enjoy the nightlife along the beach boardwalk, go on a historical tour, take a horseback ride through the mountains or on the beach, in the evening kayak through the BioBay & swim with diamonds sparkling over your body
You also have the option to sail to Puerto Rico and island hop the beautiful outer islands like Isla de Palominos, enjoy a hike in the rainforest splashing in the waterfalls, kayak the caves, take a historical tour, gamble or dance into the nightlife, embark on a treetop canopy tour or voyage on an ATV tour. You may even choose to stay in a hotel for a few days to accomplish as many adventures as possible.
At the end of the week it's Bon Voyage to SOLITUDE so that you can fly out of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
SOLITUDE accommodates 8 guests in 4 queen sized air-conditioned cabins with ensuite electric heads and showers. The Crew shares one bathroom with guests.
2011 Winter & Summer Rates:
~ 2 Guests $10,000/ 7 nights
~ 4 Guests $11,500/ 7 nights
~ 6 Guests $13,000/ 7 nights
~ 8 Guests $14,600/ 7 nights
Rate is All-Inclusive w/Meals & Ship’s Bar Included
Kids Special - 12 years old & under - $100 off for each child traveling w/ 2 adults
Not Included: Special Requests,Communications, Dockage & Gratuity
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