SOMETHING WONDERFUL accommodates 8 guests in 4 cabins.
The full-wdith Master suite has a king size bed, bath with shower and toilet and a study. The study and bedroom can be closed off from each other or open.
Each of the three guest cabins have one queen size bed and an en suite bath with shower and toilet.
The crew occupies en suite port aft cabin with two twin beds.
The full-width master suite on the main deck has a queen size bed, en suite bath with shower and toilet and a private cockpit forward. The adjoining study and bedroom can be open or closed off from each other. On family charters a blow-up mattress bed for a child can be made up in the office.
Two guest cabins have queen size beds and en suite baths with a shower and toilet. One guest cabin has two twins and an en suite bath with a shower and toilet. The addition of a filler mattress makes one large bed in this cabin.
The crew occupies the stbd aft queen cabin which is slightly smaller than the other guest cabins. By prior arrangement, the crew will move to the twin cabin and make the aft queen available to guests.
SOMETHING WONDERFUL is fully air conditioned throughout.
8' headroom in the salon and master cabin
New Seabob F5
2 x glass bottom kayaks
2 x Stand up paddleboards
1 x 2-man glass bottom kayak
2 x Stand up paddleboards
4 cushioned floor seats that can be taken to the beach.
Streaming online media
TV saloon & all cabins
Outdoor theater with 82" screen
Paul is from Greater Manchester, UK and has been sailing since the age of four. He was brought up dingy sailing and successfully campaigned many highly competitive seasons in dinghy classes. Paul has sailed the Caribbean, Pacific, East coast of the USA and the UK. With such a love for the sea it was only natural that Paul wanted to add the qualifications to match his experience and establish a career as a captain.
For two years Paul studied watersports activity leadership at Falmouth Marine School. He has a commercially endorsed Yachtmaster Offshore 200 ton and has undertaken an approved engineers course in the UK. He is also a PADI Divermaster and has dived worldwide.
Paul has been managing and running yachts for 10 years. One of the highlights was winning Best in Show at the British Virgin Islands charter yacht show in 2011.
Chef/1st Mate Liezel Wehmeyer
Liezl grew up in a beautiful small beach town on the South East coast of South Africa, Jeffrey’s Bay, and has absolutely loved and respected the ocean since a very young age.
She started working in the hospitality industry directly after studying a Tourism and Hospitality Course and graduating High School. She lived and worked on a 5 star Golf Country Club in Boca Raton in sunny Florida. After returning to the vineyards of Stellenbosch, Cape Town, she became a Guest House manager for a several years
The travel bug bit her in her previous travels abroad and she took an opportunity in 2012 to crew on a 39ft sailing Catamaran which were setting sail from Cape Town, South Africa to Tahiti. This was a wonderful experience in so many ways and she learned so much on this trip, seeing that was her first time on a boat!
She started working on crewed catamarans in 2012 and has done chartering in mostly BVI, but also St Vincent and the Grenadines and Guadeloupe.
While being the Chef / First Mate on catamarans she found her true career passion in cooking and recently took a year off from working and dedicated herself to a fulltime, one year culinary course, earning her Diploma in Culinary Arts in South Africa
Liezl is spontaneous and just loves life, she will contribute to a fun and exciting atmosphere with her quick laughter and friendly nature