Enjoy a crewed yacht charter on Moby Dick. Moby Dick has superb deck areas; a deck lounge and sun-bridge for relaxing in style, dining al fresco, sunning, or launching the variety of water toys off from. Her interiors are designed with light grained woods and contemporary furnishings which create light, airy spaces. There are panoramic views from the saloon, dining room and gourmet galley which make the most of the breath taking views of the local scenery. Her 5 luxurious cabins are all ensuite, including 4 doubles and one twin bed, and are bright due to the large portholes.
Her dedicated and professional crew will be the perfect guide to show the best of your destination, be it in the Caribbean over the Winter months or in the Summer months Corsica or Sardinia!
WEEKLY CHARTER RATE WINTER 2023:
JANUARY to APRIL 2023 - CARIBBEAN
9-10 guests: $39,800
7-8 guests: $38,800
5-6 guests: $37,800
3-4 guests : $36,800
1-2 guests: $35,800
Additional costs: 10% APA to cover transfers, all taxes (cruising, permit, governmental), marina fee if any, local agent port if any, special requests, all alcohols. 8.5% VAT to be added for any departure from Martinique or Guadeloupe .
WEEKLY CHARTER RATE SUMMER 2023:
Corsica, French Riviera & Monaco, Italy - Sardinia
Mid Season (June & September): €24,200 + 30% APA + 20%VAT
High season (July & August) : €28,600 + 30% APA + 20%VAT
Crew Gratuity: Although discretionary, a crew gratuity of 10-15% of the charter fee is customary.
CYBA/MYBA terms will apply.
APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance): APA is an estimate (usually 20-30% of the charter rate) paid with the balance for covering running costs during the charter (food, drinks, fuel, mooring fees, and anything else that guests might need while on charter). Final accounts will be produced by the Captain at the end of the charter and any unused funds will be refunded in full to the Charterer directly. If the funds are not sufficient, the Captain will advise the Charterer accordingly and bills will be settled upon disembarkation.
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.
CAPTAIN: Georges MOLLAT SYLVESTRE
Captain 200 Motor
Georges is lover of the sea with 10 years of experience in yachting. Since 2 years, he is really enjoying working abaord MOBY DICK and had successful seasons in Mediterranean and in the Caribbean. Dynamic and joyful, he is pleased to make every guests day fun, beautiful and memorable. When fishing interest, he is happy to assist and guide.
CHEF/STEWARDESS: Zoé SINIGRE
Diplomas: Day skipper, Yachtmaster theory, CFBS, STCW 95. MCA Food & Hygiene Level 2
French and English speaking
Zoé is born in France but since her young age she has been travelling around the world (South Africa, Australia, Asia). From all her travels, she always felt inspired by meeting new people and the local food. She felt in love with yachting in Cape Town, where she learnt all the ropes and passed her RYA certificates. Her uncle has designed a racing boat that they used for regattas in the bay. Cape Town is a special place for her because it is where she met her partner, Lucas. They worked together in the Cyclades for a charter company during two summers. She understands that a full belly is a happy belly and that makes the trip unforgettable. She wants to create every time a special experience for the guests on board according to their preferences and dietary requirements. She dares to innovate a world cuisine that will make them remember for a long time. She has a huge energy and loves to share recipes with the guests.
FIRST MATE: Lucas TOBOUL
Diplomas: RYA Yachtmaster Offshore, MCA Commercially endorsed, STCW 95, RYA Power. Boat level II, PADI open water diver
French and English speaking
Lucas has grown up on the island of Madagascar where he caught the sailing bug. From escaping the classrooms with his family on their boat around the island and in the Caribbean later on, Lucas has always been passionate by the sea. That is why he decided to be a professional skipper. He passed successfully his RYA certificates in Cape Town, South Africa where he lived for 7 years. He met Zoé, his partner in life there and they work together since. He has under his belt more than 25,000 nm (Cape Town to the Canaries, France to the Carribbean and back). He worked for two years consecutively in the Cyclades as a skipper for a charter company with Zoé and loves greek culture. He has grown up in a restaurant which probably explains his passion for the gastronomy. He is also keen diver and hiker. He is always smiling and dedicated to the guests.