Beautiful Sunreef catamaran AMAYA, was awarded Runner Up for Best In Show in the BVI Yacht Show 2022. This award is not surprising as Amaya is a stylishly presented catamaran with ample room for up to 8 guests to enjoy an unforgettable crewed yacht charter in the British Virgin Islands.
Inside Amaya, there are four Queen cabins each with their own ensuite bathroom and stall showers. The luxurious saloon is the perfect place to enjoy some time out of the sun. The spacious cockpit opens onto an expansive aft deck and offers a great dining area. The deck at the front of the boat has additional entertainment space with sunken seating, sun pads, and trampolines. The covered flybridge with a seating table provides the perfect place to admire the view, a good book or enjoy a cocktail.
Amaya is able to make purified drinking water on board, resulting in less bottled water being required.
WEEKLY CHARTER RATE SUMMER 2023: Caribbean - British Virgin Islands
Weekly charter rate: $48,000 (2 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $49,000 (3 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $50,000 (4 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $51,000 (5 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $52,000 (6 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $53,000 (7 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $54,000 (8 passengers)
HOLIDAY WEEKLY CHARTER RATE:
Christmas (1- 8 guests) :$60,000
New Year (1-8 guests): $65,000
Prices include: All services, food and standard bar, all water sport activities, taxes and cruising licence fees.
Extra costs are: Vintage wines, champagne, special requests, dockage, harbour dues, onboard communications, airport transfers and crew gratuity.
Crew Gratuity: Although discretionary, a crew gratuity of 20% of the charter fee is customary.
CYBA/MYBA terms will apply.
Payment conditions: 50% of the charter rate within 7 days of signing the charter agreement, remaining 50% plus VAT plus APA, at least 5 weeks before the beginning of the charter.
The Captain Tommy Hemsley and Chef Emma Clark have always provided guests with the best possible combination of service, comfort & safety.
Tommy has over a decade of experience as a mariner. He has qualifications as RYA/MCA Yachtmaster on both power and sailboats and certification in many aspects of instruction. A renaissance sailor, he can fix almost anything. His spectrum of maritime history includes deliveries, sailing instruction and charter yacht captain in the Virgin islands and the Aegean Sea. His thorough, disarming, humble and charming manner is a clear winner with returning guests.
After her years as a primary school teacher, Emma’s sailing experience includes stewardessing aboard day-charters, as well as first mate and chef on term charter yachts. A qualified PADI scuba Instructor, Emma has all but completed 10 years as a competent sailor and can now add Ashburton Cookery school to her list of credentials.
Tommy and Emma are a professional talented team, fluidly complementing and assisting each other while curating creative charter adventures to match guest’s expectations.
A third crew member will support this team.