Nomada is a luxurious Lagoon 620 catamaran that can host up to 10 guests. Nomada was built in 2014 but in 2022 has had a extensive interior and exterior refit resulting in her feeling modern and fresh. Nomada can host up to 10 guests in 5 ensuite cabins which each have stall showers and electric toilets. Each cabin equipped with hairdryer, toiletries, USB outlets and iPads.
The three crew members on board are welcoming and friendly but also have diving qualifications for guests to make the most of. Diving on charter is offered for certified divers with 2 Dive Masters on board. 3 dives are included.
Nomada is able to make purified drinking water.
WEEKLY CHARTER RATE SUMMER 2023: Caribbean - British Virgin Islands
Weekly charter rate: $33,000 (2 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $35,500 (3 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $38,000 (4 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $40,500 (5 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $43,000 (6 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $45,500 (7 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $48,000 (8 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $50,500 (9 passengers)
Weekly charter rate: $53,000 (10 passengers)
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.
Captain Thomas Beesley, was born and raised along the beautiful East Coast of South Africa, were his adventurous spirit and natural abilities were able to flourish. Thomas has often expressed his passion for meeting new people and to experience the best of what the world has to offer. At a young age Thomas took part in local skim and surfing competitions, from there and with the help from his uncle evolved into yachting. Now thoroughly hooked and in love with the yachting world, he earned his 200 ton captains license and set course with 8 crew around the world aboard a 70ft schooner! Eager to develop his life skills within in the industry, Thomas successfully received his Padi Divemasters certificate and enjoyed working for a year as a dive leader and captain aboard a 10 person charter catamaran in the Caribbean, and various other vessels throughout the Mediterranean.
Bronwyn Gero your personal chef onboard has been referred to by friends as a small town girl with big girl dreams! She grew up in one of South Africa's smaller towns were entertainment was limited and opportunities few. However, for an inquisitive and imaginative young mind Bronwyn along with her unique culinary talents has evolved with an never ending appetite for more. As a child, baking was her introduction to the galley. As a culinary student, she’s developed her cooking skills by exploring the depths of flavour, presentation and the sheer sensory experience of the dish.
Bronwyn’s wonderful zest for life and spirit of adventure - both in and out the galley - keeps her motivated and propels her towards the luxurious world of crewed charters. With the confidence and imagination to try new and adventurous cuisines, she has the skills and ability of adapting to a wide range of preferences and styles of cooking onboard. Outside the galley, Bronwyn has earned her Padi Divemaster certification and is pleased to assist with leading the dives onboard.
Ford Collier, Deckhand/ Stew spent the first 10 years of his childhood living in Bermuda, where at an early age grew the passion for sailing, fishing and water sports. After moving to Houston he excelled in sailing regattas and competed in various inshore/ offshore fishing tournaments. After receiving a Business Management Degree at the Louisianna State University, Ford decided to follow his true passion in life and joined the yachting industry. He has logged over 10,000 nautical miles throughout his career and had the opportunity to explore the beautiful islands of the Caribbean and Mediterranean.