INSTANT QUOTE
Base rate $55,000
Per week | Plus Expenses

CEDAR ISLAND

Stock# 4969
Builder
Lazzara
Length
106.00
Year
2003
Refit
2016 softgoods upgrades
Crew
3
Staterooms
4
Sleeps
10
Winter Location
Bahamas, Florida, Cuba
Summer Location
New England

Configuration

Cabin(s)
Sleeps 10
Staterooms 4
Head(s) 6
King(s) 1
Queen(s) 1
Double(s) 3
Amenities
Jacuzzi Yes
Helicopter Pad No
BBQ Yes

Technical

Dimensions
LOA 106 Feet
Beam 23 Feet
Maximum draft 5.7 Feet
Performance
Cruising Speed 20
Maximum Speed 25
Engines
Fuel
Details 110
Water Sports
Scuba Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
Snorkel Gear Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
Adult Water Skis 2
Kids Water Skis No
Knee Board No
Wind Surfer No
Tube 1
Scurfer No
Wake Board 1
1 Person Kayak No
2 Person Kayak No
Float Mats No
Fishing Gear Yes
Motorized
Tender 15ft 2006 RIB
Tender Horsepower 90
Tender Pax 6
Jet Ski no
Waverunner 2
Extra Toys

Cedar Island comfortably sleeps ten in an exceptional four stateroom layout that features an exquisite master suite and three VIP suites. The master has an ADJOINING study which may be used as an additional cabin. Crew quarters are located in aft and accommodate four.

Other Entertainment:

Crew Profile

Captain Name: Brent Holleman

Captain Nationality: American

Number of Crew: 3

Barbara Sweeney American

Capt Brent BIO:
Brent’s love for the sea started at a very early age as a young sailor racing sailboats at the neighborhood yacht club in Miami, Florida.

His grandfather was a Miami restauranteur and avid fisherman in the Florida Keys and and passed his skills on to Brent. As the years passed and Brent was growing up he always enjoyed working and hanging around shipyards and marinas cleaning boats and learning about the trade. His grandmother was a yacht broker and her fleet always needed maintenance, washing down, polishing, varnishing and fueling. Eventually he started docking, fueling and moving boats around the marina.

His father was also a restauranteur as well as a captain and taught him the skills to run a boat. From there he was to sail around the world on a 45 foot ketch. It was here that Brent began mastering the fundamental of seamanship and navigation. He was to realize the special demands of the sea, cruising, outfitting and maintaining yachts

After a year of great experiences and lessons exploring charted and uncharted waters of the Bahamas, Virgin Islands, Leeward and Windward Islands of the Caribbean in and out of ports and anchorages, the trip abruptly came to an end. He was to come home and go to college and help out the family business, where he became a noted and very successful gourmet chef and restaurateur who’s training took him all over North America and Europe. His life as a captain at sea would have to take a second place for a time.

He kept his skills honed thru the next years by owning and bareboat chartering power and sailing vessels in the 40-50 foot range. Then in late 2001 Brent was to put his interest for the sea back in first place, he retired from the restaurant business and has reestablished himself as a captain in the yachting industry. He tested and received the official 200 ton MCA/RYA Yachtmaster license for all oceans with a power driven craft endorsement and USCG 200 ton Master Merchant Marine Officer with sailing and assisted towing endorsements and STCW 95. He is a Certified Diver and has logged many thousands of nautical miles over the East Coast Of the United States, Bahamas, Caribbean, Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

Today Brent is the captain on Cedar Island and maintaining her to the highest standards, while cruising the oceans finding great friends, quaint ports and anchorages.