MARIANN

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Length:

50

Beam:

28

Draft:

4.8

Guests:

8

Crew:

2

Cabins:

4

Helipad:

No

Jacuzzi:

No

AC:

Full

Year Built:

2017

Builder:

FOUNTAINE PAJOT

High Price:

$21,900

Low Price:

$18,900

Captain Name:

Mark Turner

Captan Nation:

England

Snorkeling Gear:

Yes

Fishing Gear:

Yes

Onboard Scuba:

Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only

Yacht Description

Mariann has enormous living areas making it ideal for charter vacations for family and friends. The spacious interior salon is accessed via an extra-wide entry door that seamlessly integrates the indoor and outdoor spaces, and features skylights plus a spectacular panoramic window that provides exceptional views and natural light.

Most of the dining aboard your crewed yacht charter takes place in the outdoor aft lounge where guests can enjoy the soft breezes and the compelling surrounding beauty. This area features a large lounge, extra sofa, a dining table for 12 guests.

Mariann has multiple relaxation areas on board allowing guests to fully appreciate the stunning scenery during their BVI yacht charter. The upper lounge deck is a favorite hang out for guests to enjoy 360-degree views and the fabulous trade wind breezes. The flybridge features a chaise lounge and two sunbathing decks.The forward deck also features a large settee and pads for sunbathing.

3 Luxurious Cabins
Mariann has remarkable space in each of its cabins. Guests can truly relax during their BVI crewed yacht charters and enjoy complete serenity in their rooms. The master suite takes its decor inspiration from chic city hotels and features a queen size bed, a sleek open-plan en suite with separate shower, desk and ample storage. This suite is bathed in beautiful light courtesy of the revolutionary large new porthole, panoramic aft windows, and skylights. This cabin takes up about three-quarters of the port hull, leaving room for a full guest cabin and ensuite head forward. The starboard hull has two large cabins and ensuite heads.

Yacht Accomodations

Port Aft Cabin is Master Suite with Queen Bed
All Cabins are Ensuite with Shower and Head
A/C in all Cabins

Other Toys

Giant Lily Pad Floating Mat

Sub-Wing

2 Stand Up Paddleboards

Full Face Aria Snorkel Gear

Crew Profile

Captain Mark Turner grew up in a small village in Leicestershire, England, before moving to the US over 20 years ago. When Mark first moved to the US he lived in Santa Cruz, California where he learned to sail & would go fishing for salmon and halibut in the Monterey Bay. Later he moved to Florida where his passion for being on the water & sailing lead him to become a sailing instructor. He discovered the Virgin Islands around 15 years ago and since that first visit always dreamed of living the island lifestyle. Finally in 2015 he made that dream a reality. He is really excited to share his passion for sailing and the island way of life with guests aboard Mariann.

Mark is a U.S. Coast Guard Captain, RYA/MCA Yachtmaster Offshore, open water certified scuba diver, and a U.S. Certified Sailing Instructor. He enjoys traveling to new places and meeting people, making new friends along the way. He enjoys being on the water more than being on land, so its no surprise that his favorite sports other than sailing are wake boarding, scuba diving, surfing, and kiteboarding. On land, he also enjoys watching his favorite football team Leicester City.

Mark's sailing experience includes sailing the Atlantic, Pacific, Caribbean, and the Mediterranean. His favorite sailing grounds, however, are right here in the Virgin Islands.His local knowledge of hidden places and local hot spots enables him to take his guests to the best places throughout the islands.

First Mate/Chef Adriane joins Mariann as a highly regarded chef working in the charter yacht industry.

As a child Adriane spent years living between Florida and coastal Massachusetts with her family. The love of travel came at a young age along with the love of the ocean and her confidence at sea. Her family had different vessels over the years and she went to summer camp on the educational schooner The Spirit of Massachusetts.
Adriane learned how to sail in the beautiful Puget Sound of Washington state and soon realized she would rather sail in the sun than the rain. She moved to the U.S Virgin Islands and got a job on a day sailboat. After several years of lovely island living she travelled to Antigua for Antigua Race Week and was surprised to learn there were non-race boats with permanent crew. That changed everything. She went on her first big delivery and has been working on traveling boats ever since.
Over the years Adriane discovered the galley and the adventure of cooking at sea. She learned the culinary language and her skills grew while provisioning all over the world. As a traveler she always explores the local cuisines, and takes courses to learn how to bring these flavors to her galley.

Mark and Adriane Cant wait to host and wow you with all the Virgin Islands have to offer.