Sleepaboard Special - Arrive a Day Early and Only Pay $400 to Sleep on Your Yacht
Some of our more popular catamarans are offering this unbelievable special yacht charter offer on certain dates during the 2020 season. Book any of the catamarans below for a minimum of six nights between these dates: Jan. 10 – Feb. 8, 2020; April 15 – July 15, 2020 and pay only $400 to say onboard the night before your charter begins.
Sea Esta: 58’ Leopard that sleeps up to 10 guests in 5 queens; can switch a queen for a twin cabin; dynamic “can do” crew. Already priced $3,000 below its competition; this is the best bang for the buck catamaran in our Caribbean fleet. $28,000/10 guests/week all-inclusive; $24,000 for six nights; click on the brochure for rates for less than 10 guests
Ventana: 2018 52’ catamaran with a spacious flybridge and a cocktail seating area forward. 5 queen cabins and a bevy of toys. $25,000/8 guests/week all-inclusive; $21,430 for 8 guests for 6 nights; add 2 additional guests for $250 each. Its sisterships, Ocelot and Rumba are also available in a similar price range. If you want onboard scuba, then Ocelot has onboard scuba.
Deep Blue: This 46’ cat is an affordable option for a familyof four or six. Six guests are 14,650/week and $12,536/6 nights; 4 guests are $13,450/week and $11,529/6 nights all-inclusive
What’s a Sleepaboard? You arrive on the island the day before you charter starts. Instead of schlepping to a hotel, you proceed directly to your yacht and board any time from 4:00 p.m. on. You will enjoy a welcome aboard cocktail and some canapes, and then you will set off on your own for a dinner ashore at your own expense. You will sleep aboard the yacht that evening (either at a dock or at anchor) and get settled in. The crew will serve a continental breakfast the next morning.
Your departure time the next day is still at noon, and it is at the crew’s discretion to leave sooner or not. The sleepaboard is a convenience to you, but you’ll need to keep in mind that the crew may be running around to attend to a few last minute details to be 100% ready for your charter.
When should you consider a sleepaboard? If your flight arrives late in the day (let’s say 4:00 p.m. or later which means that you will not get to the yacht until 5: 30 or 6:00 p.m), you will probably have to spend that first night at the dock anyway. So rather than paying full fare for that day, this particular sleepaboard special saves you a lot of money.
When is a sleepaboard not a good idea? If you arrive on island by 2:00 or 3:00 p.m., you can make it to the yacht to set sail that day. Sure, you will lose a few hours of charter that you paid for, but we think that it’s more than worth it to get off the dock, anchor in a beautiful bay, enjoy a sumptuous meal prepared by your chef, and let the vacation begin!
Lots of last minute specials being added daily
All-inclusive rates:These rates are for 8 days/7 nights (from noon to noon) and include the hire of the yacht and crew, all meals, snacks, open ship's bar (champagnes, vintage wines and extraordinary brands are additional), the use and instruction of all onboard watersports equipment, cruising taxes (unless specified otherwise), and port fees.
Additional Costs: Airfare, ground transfers, shoreside activities, and crew gratuity are additional. A 15-20% gratuity is at your discretion.
Ocean Getaways Yacht Charters offers over 200 crewed yacht catamarans in the U.S. and British Virgin Islands. Everything from a 45' Leopard that sleeps six guests to a 105' Custom cat that accommodates 10 guests. Most cats sleep 6 to 10 guests; a few can sleep 12. if you have more than that number of guests, you can do a tandem charter with 2 or more cats sailing together.