Star Of The Sea

Star Of The Sea
1983 | 34.50m



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    Motor Yacht STAR OF THE SEA is one of very few motor yachts based in Bequia, the Grenadines. This fantastic 34 meter classic Benetti is in impeccable condition and she exudes comfort and elegance. There is a great space on board STAR OF THE SEA. She can accommodate up to 12 guest in her 6 cabins and up to 60 guests for static events.

    We very much enjoyed meeting her crew. There are seven of them, all welcoming, professional and eager to show the clients the beauty of the Grenadines.  

    WINDWARD ISLANDS ITINERARIES ABOARD STAR OF THE SEA - This is, indeed, one of the most beautiful areas of the Caribbean!

    06/01 - 30/04 01/05 - 19/12 20/12 - 05/01
    Weekly Charter 39,480 € 36,190 € 52,640 €

    SEASON 2019 / 2020: Caribbean - Windward

    6 January 2020 until 30 April 2020:

    Weekly charter rate: $42,000 + 30% APA 

    10 nights / 11 days: $60,000 + 30% APA

    6 nights / 7 days: $36,000 + 30% APA

    5 nights / 6 days: $32,000 + 30% APA

    4 nights / 5 days: $24,000 + 30% APA

    3 nights / 4 days: $18,000 + 30% APA

     

    1 May - 19 December 2020:

    Weekly charter rate: $38,500 + 30% APA 

    10 nights / 11 days: $50,000 + 30% APA

    6 nights / 7 days: $35,000 + 30% APA

    5 nights / 6 days: $30,000 + 30% APA

    4 nights / 5 days: $24,000 + 30% APA

    3 nights / 4 days: $18,000 + 30% APA

     

    FESTIVE SEASON 2019 / 2020: Caribbean - Windward

    20 December 2019 - 5 January 2020 (minimum stay 6 nights)

    7 nights / 8 days: $56,000 + 30% APA

    10 days / 11 nights: $75,000 + 30% APA

    6 nights / 7 days: $49,000 + 30% APA

     

    Prices listed above are in US Dollars and include all taxes. 

    The above rates are for max 10 guests. If there are 11 or 12 guests on board, the rate would be USD 500 extra per day.

    Prices listed above do not include fuel cost, food, beverages, or additional supplementary cost that may occur during the charter, such as: anchoring and docking fees, marine park entry fees, garbage disposal, etc.

    Charter typically begins at 11.00am on the first day and ends by sunset on the final day. Prices are based on embarking and disembarking in Bequia, Mustique, Canouan and St Vincent. Additional cost will occur when embarking or/and disembarking in Martinique, St Lucia and Grenada.

    Supplementary fees: Subject to change depending on the charter itinerary

    APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance) is an estimated amount that covers all the 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.

    MYBA terms will apply.

    Payment conditions: 50% within 7 days of signing the MYBA charter agreement, remaining 50% at least 5 weeks before the beginning of the charter.

     

    Reviews

    My wife and I along with 9 friends spent 3 nights on this ship from 10-13 Aug. The moment we saw this ship a year previously, we knew this was the ship to celebrate our 40th Wedding Anniversary and wedding vow renewal on. The ship is wonderfully maintained with wooden flooring (shoes not needed) throughout, all decks easily accessible. It has 6 spacious cabins the Master bedroom being the most opulent, with windows on both sides. All cabins are supplied with high quality toiletries and WiFi.

    The food on board supplied by Chef Clinton was of the highest standard and served with a smile, nothing is too much for Clinton. All the staff are very friendly and cannot do enough for you.

    This is must do on your vacation, the best experience we have ever had.

    August '19

     

    Picture Perfect! April 2019 / Toronto Canada

    After countless hours of researching where to ‘go next’ having experienced many Caribbean islands and hotels, Bequia Beach hotel proved absolutely charming. From personal touches and feel of the place to location, an un-spoilt beach to wander, beautiful gardens and a real island feel to Bequia. We experienced the owner’s luxury yacht on a trip to Mustique which was something truly unique and a memory to cherish. We can’t wait to come back and while away the hours on the balcony punctuated by trips to the beach bar and gorging at Bagatelle!

    April '19

     

    An idyllic Caribbean home from home January 2019/ USA

    Recently I had a short trip to the Bequia Beach Hotel and its stunning yacht, Star of the Sea, for myself and a friend... we thoroughly enjoyed our time on the magnificent Star of the Sea, where we experienced excellent service, fantastic food and terrific sunsets in several different locations. (If guests were not wishing to spend several days on a yacht St Vincent, Mustique, Mayreau, the Tobago Cays and other gems can easily be reached on day trips from Bequia - I remember doing just that many years ago.) For me this was a very welcome return to the Grenadines after some time and I could not think of a nicer place to spend it than at the Bequia Beach Hotel (and on its elegant yacht!).

    January '19

     

    Crew Profiles

    Captain : Paul Bowring

    Nationality : British

    Paul’s passion in life is sailing which he has pursued at every opportunity. While living in England, alongside running a multi award winning hotel and restaurant, he raced for sailing clubs and spent his spare time delivering yachts throughout Europe. After exploring the Mediterranean seas Paul sailed across the Atlantic to the Caribbean where he fell in love with the islands and has lived ever since. Formerly Captain of a 100-foot classic wooden schooner built in Bequia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, he has had the chance to discover and explore many of the secrets of the Caribbean. Given the time Paul enjoys sailing his own catamaran throughout the islands, passing on his skills to young sailors, and sharing his knowledge with the various adventurers and travellers he’s had the pleasure of coming across.

     

    First Mate: Douglas Hazel

    Nationality : Caribbean (Bequia)

    Douglas has worked on the sea for all of his life. He was born and raised on a beautiful island called Bequia which has a history steeped in producing great sailors. This in turn has led him to work around the world on a great variety of boats from classic sailing schooners to the beautiful motor vessel he currently helps to look after. While not at sea he lives on Bequia with his family teaching his children and friends to sail.

     

    Chief Engineer: Conrad Couman

    Nationality: Caribbean (Saint Lucia)

    Conrad has been working in the Caribbean seas throughout his career. He trained in Trinidad as an Engineer looking after boats up to 3000 tonnes. With a lifetime of experience from cargo ships to mega yachts Conrad’s carful thorough attitude has led him to the Star of the Sea which he lives on and loves to catch fish for all the guests and crew.

     

    Chief Stew: Sophia Pollard

    Nationality: Caribbean, Bequia.

    Sophia grew up in a family of sailors, engineers and captains. This embedded a passion in her to venture out and experience for herself what it would be like. Being out going, adventurous and willing to learn more, she has set her sights to continue to advance her boating career.

     

    Stew: Emily E. Edwards

    Nationality: Caribbean, Saint Vincent

    A hard working, determined and self driven young lady. She always seeks to strive for excellence and never settle for mediocrity. Having pursued an Associates Degree in Travel and Tourism; that created the platform for her to intern at one of the top resorts in the Caribbean and now onto The Star of the Sea. Her love for what she does has taken her to apply for a Bachelors in Hospitality Management and a career on the sea.

     

    3rd Stew: Cheryl Olivier

    Nationality: Saint Vincent

    Having worked for some of the best hotels and cruise companies Cheryl has a keen eye for detail and spent a large part of her career at sea. Recently returning to the maritime industry on The Star of the Sea her warm bubbly personality and hard working ethic make her a key part of the team.

      

     

    Chef: Clinton Joseph

    Nationality: Saint Vincent

    His Career started in 1997 when he joined the Royal Caribbean Cruise Fleet at the age of 19. He was given the opportunity to cook and he grabbed it with both hands.

     He started as a Galley hand for a year then gradually worked my way up to the trainee position which he spent about 2 ½ years, then was promoted to the position of Assistant Chef which he spent 36 months, then to chef de parte, upgraded to chef tornant, then Sous Chef and onto Head Chef. All this being accomplished within 12 years.

    He has always loved cooking as a passion which has been clear by all who taste his food. Recognized for this by his employers during his career he has been flew around the world to top establishments to learn from the best.

    Cooking is his burning passion which is clear from the moment you meet him.

    • Water Skis
    • Snorkelling Gear
    • Fishing Gear
    • Wakeboard
    • Canoe
    • 2 Inflatable Donuts
    • 2 x SUPs (Stand Up Paddle Board)
    • Tender: 8-person Zodiac Yachtline RIB Tender (4.8m)with 80hp Mercury 4-str
    • Tender: 4-person Bombard XE 300C with a 6hp Tohatsu out border (2017)

    Description

     

    Motor Yacht STAR OF THE SEA is one of very few motor yachts based in Bequia, the Grenadines. This fantastic 34 meter classic Benetti is in impeccable condition and she exudes comfort and elegance. There is a great space on board STAR OF THE SEA. She can accommodate up to 12 guest in her 6 cabins and up to 60 guests for static events.

    We very much enjoyed meeting her crew. There are seven of them, all welcoming, professional and eager to show the clients the beauty of the Grenadines.  

    WINDWARD ISLANDS ITINERARIES ABOARD STAR OF THE SEA - This is, indeed, one of the most beautiful areas of the Caribbean!

     

    Main features

    • Professional and friendly crew
    • Impeccably maintained yacht
    • Excellent knowledge of the area
    • Yacht can accommodate up to 60 guests for static events

    Charter rates

     

    06/01 - 30/04 01/05 - 19/12 20/12 - 05/01
    Weekly Charter 39,480 € 36,190 € 52,640 €

    SEASON 2019 / 2020: Caribbean - Windward

    6 January 2020 until 30 April 2020:

    Weekly charter rate: $42,000 + 30% APA 

    10 nights / 11 days: $60,000 + 30% APA

    6 nights / 7 days: $36,000 + 30% APA

    5 nights / 6 days: $32,000 + 30% APA

    4 nights / 5 days: $24,000 + 30% APA

    3 nights / 4 days: $18,000 + 30% APA

     

    1 May - 19 December 2020:

    Weekly charter rate: $38,500 + 30% APA 

    10 nights / 11 days: $50,000 + 30% APA

    6 nights / 7 days: $35,000 + 30% APA

    5 nights / 6 days: $30,000 + 30% APA

    4 nights / 5 days: $24,000 + 30% APA

    3 nights / 4 days: $18,000 + 30% APA

     

    FESTIVE SEASON 2019 / 2020: Caribbean - Windward

    20 December 2019 - 5 January 2020 (minimum stay 6 nights)

    7 nights / 8 days: $56,000 + 30% APA

    10 days / 11 nights: $75,000 + 30% APA

    6 nights / 7 days: $49,000 + 30% APA

     

    Prices listed above are in US Dollars and include all taxes. 

    The above rates are for max 10 guests. If there are 11 or 12 guests on board, the rate would be USD 500 extra per day.

    Prices listed above do not include fuel cost, food, beverages, or additional supplementary cost that may occur during the charter, such as: anchoring and docking fees, marine park entry fees, garbage disposal, etc.

    Charter typically begins at 11.00am on the first day and ends by sunset on the final day. Prices are based on embarking and disembarking in Bequia, Mustique, Canouan and St Vincent. Additional cost will occur when embarking or/and disembarking in Martinique, St Lucia and Grenada.

    Supplementary fees: Subject to change depending on the charter itinerary

    APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance) is an estimated amount that covers all the 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.

    MYBA terms will apply.

    Payment conditions: 50% within 7 days of signing the MYBA charter agreement, remaining 50% at least 5 weeks before the beginning of the charter.

     

     

    Reviews

    My wife and I along with 9 friends spent 3 nights on this ship from 10-13 Aug. The moment we saw this ship a year previously, we knew this was the ship to celebrate our 40th Wedding Anniversary and wedding vow renewal on. The ship is wonderfully maintained with wooden flooring (shoes not needed) throughout, all decks easily accessible. It has 6 spacious cabins the Master bedroom being the most opulent, with windows on both sides. All cabins are supplied with high quality toiletries and WiFi.

    The food on board supplied by Chef Clinton was of the highest standard and served with a smile, nothing is too much for Clinton. All the staff are very friendly and cannot do enough for you.

    This is must do on your vacation, the best experience we have ever had.

    August '19

     

    Picture Perfect! April 2019 / Toronto Canada

    After countless hours of researching where to ‘go next’ having experienced many Caribbean islands and hotels, Bequia Beach hotel proved absolutely charming. From personal touches and feel of the place to location, an un-spoilt beach to wander, beautiful gardens and a real island feel to Bequia. We experienced the owner’s luxury yacht on a trip to Mustique which was something truly unique and a memory to cherish. We can’t wait to come back and while away the hours on the balcony punctuated by trips to the beach bar and gorging at Bagatelle!

    April '19

     

    An idyllic Caribbean home from home January 2019/ USA

    Recently I had a short trip to the Bequia Beach Hotel and its stunning yacht, Star of the Sea, for myself and a friend... we thoroughly enjoyed our time on the magnificent Star of the Sea, where we experienced excellent service, fantastic food and terrific sunsets in several different locations. (If guests were not wishing to spend several days on a yacht St Vincent, Mustique, Mayreau, the Tobago Cays and other gems can easily be reached on day trips from Bequia - I remember doing just that many years ago.) For me this was a very welcome return to the Grenadines after some time and I could not think of a nicer place to spend it than at the Bequia Beach Hotel (and on its elegant yacht!).

    January '19

     

    Crew Presentation

       

    Crew Profiles

    Captain : Paul Bowring

    Nationality : British

    Paul’s passion in life is sailing which he has pursued at every opportunity. While living in England, alongside running a multi award winning hotel and restaurant, he raced for sailing clubs and spent his spare time delivering yachts throughout Europe. After exploring the Mediterranean seas Paul sailed across the Atlantic to the Caribbean where he fell in love with the islands and has lived ever since. Formerly Captain of a 100-foot classic wooden schooner built in Bequia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, he has had the chance to discover and explore many of the secrets of the Caribbean. Given the time Paul enjoys sailing his own catamaran throughout the islands, passing on his skills to young sailors, and sharing his knowledge with the various adventurers and travellers he’s had the pleasure of coming across.

     

    First Mate: Douglas Hazel

    Nationality : Caribbean (Bequia)

    Douglas has worked on the sea for all of his life. He was born and raised on a beautiful island called Bequia which has a history steeped in producing great sailors. This in turn has led him to work around the world on a great variety of boats from classic sailing schooners to the beautiful motor vessel he currently helps to look after. While not at sea he lives on Bequia with his family teaching his children and friends to sail.

     

    Chief Engineer: Conrad Couman

    Nationality: Caribbean (Saint Lucia)

    Conrad has been working in the Caribbean seas throughout his career. He trained in Trinidad as an Engineer looking after boats up to 3000 tonnes. With a lifetime of experience from cargo ships to mega yachts Conrad’s carful thorough attitude has led him to the Star of the Sea which he lives on and loves to catch fish for all the guests and crew.

     

    Chief Stew: Sophia Pollard

    Nationality: Caribbean, Bequia.

    Sophia grew up in a family of sailors, engineers and captains. This embedded a passion in her to venture out and experience for herself what it would be like. Being out going, adventurous and willing to learn more, she has set her sights to continue to advance her boating career.

     

    Stew: Emily E. Edwards

    Nationality: Caribbean, Saint Vincent

    A hard working, determined and self driven young lady. She always seeks to strive for excellence and never settle for mediocrity. Having pursued an Associates Degree in Travel and Tourism; that created the platform for her to intern at one of the top resorts in the Caribbean and now onto The Star of the Sea. Her love for what she does has taken her to apply for a Bachelors in Hospitality Management and a career on the sea.

     

    3rd Stew: Cheryl Olivier

    Nationality: Saint Vincent

    Having worked for some of the best hotels and cruise companies Cheryl has a keen eye for detail and spent a large part of her career at sea. Recently returning to the maritime industry on The Star of the Sea her warm bubbly personality and hard working ethic make her a key part of the team.

      

     

    Chef: Clinton Joseph

    Nationality: Saint Vincent

    His Career started in 1997 when he joined the Royal Caribbean Cruise Fleet at the age of 19. He was given the opportunity to cook and he grabbed it with both hands.

     He started as a Galley hand for a year then gradually worked my way up to the trainee position which he spent about 2 ½ years, then was promoted to the position of Assistant Chef which he spent 36 months, then to chef de parte, upgraded to chef tornant, then Sous Chef and onto Head Chef. All this being accomplished within 12 years.

    He has always loved cooking as a passion which has been clear by all who taste his food. Recognized for this by his employers during his career he has been flew around the world to top establishments to learn from the best.

    Cooking is his burning passion which is clear from the moment you meet him.

    Tender, entertainment, toys

    • Water Skis
    • Snorkelling Gear
    • Fishing Gear
    • Wakeboard
    • Canoe
    • 2 Inflatable Donuts
    • 2 x SUPs (Stand Up Paddle Board)
    • Tender: 8-person Zodiac Yachtline RIB Tender (4.8m)with 80hp Mercury 4-str
    • Tender: 4-person Bombard XE 300C with a 6hp Tohatsu out border (2017)