Base rate $60,000
Per week |
Boat type
Motor Yacht
Winter Location
Caribbean Virgin Islands, Bahamas, Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards
Summer Location

CHERISH II Yacht Specifications


Sleeps 8
Staterooms 4
King(s) 1
Queen(s) 1
Double(s) 1
Twin(s) 1
Jacuzzi Yes
Helicopter Pad No


LOA 120 Feet
Beam 26 Feet
Maximum draft 7 Feet
Cruising Speed 14
Maximum Speed 17
Details ENG: Twin 3412E Caterpillars
Details 100

CHERISH II Charter Toys

Water Sports
Scuba Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
Snorkel Gear Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
Adult Water Skis Yes
Kids Water Skis Yes
Knee Board Yes
Wind Surfer no
Tube Yes
Scurfer no
Wake Board Yes
1 Person Kayak Yes
2 Person Kayak No
Float Mats Yes
Fishing Gear Yes
Tender 32' Everglades towed tender
Tender Horsepower 2 x 300
Tender Pax no
Jet Ski no
Waverunner Yes
Extra Toys
Other Toys 32' Everglades fully equipped for deep sea fishing or exploring with twin Yamaha 300 HP outboards.

Tournament ready fishing Rods and Reels

17' Novurania tender with a 90HP Yamaha

Towable tubes

2 Wave runners

(2) New SeaDoo Jetski's

(2) SeaDoo water scooters


Wake Board and Water Ski selection

Large selection of quality snorkel equipment and wet suits

2 kayaks (one see through clear hull for reef exploring)

Inflatable tow rings

Brownie's Third Lung Swim platform with a solid ladder for easy access to the water

Deck shower

CHERISH II Chartering Accommodations

CHERISH II accommodates up to 8 guests in 4 staterooms. On deck VIP guest stateroom with King bed and ensuite bath. King Master stateroom below with His and Hers bath. Two guest cabins – Twin guest cabin with ensuite and Double guest cabin with a twin bed and ensuite bath.

Other Entertainment: Yoga Mats
Resistance Bands
Free Weights

CHERISH II Crew Profile

Captain Name: Spence Gallagher

Captain Nationality: USA

Number of Crew: 6

Captain Spencer Gallagher:
Spencer hails from the Great Lakes state of Michigan. He has spent the past 17 years cruising the aqua waters of the Caribbean and the Bahamas. Spence worked his way through the ranks of yachting starting upon graduation as a first mate on large yachts and captaining his first vessel at the age of 24. Capt. Spence has earned an impressive reputation as a captain with extensive local knowledge of the Caribbean, Bahamas, the Florida Keys and Florida coastline that enables him to fulfill your yachting dreams—diving with sharks, enjoying a lunch ashore on a secluded serene island or taking in a magnificent sunset in a quiet cove. An entertaining tour guide, he can take you to destinations off the beaten path for a truly unique experience. He is a fun charter captain willing to go the extra mile for his owner, guests and crew.

First Mate Ben Shoemaker:
Ben grew up in Indiana in a small farming community. After graduating from Indiana State University he moved to Durango Colorado and started white water raft tour guiding. This led into guiding multiple different styles of tour guiding. Everything from horseback to snowmobiling. Ben was an avid member of La Plata County search and rescue and was a first responder. He started a property management company in 2006 and sold it in 2015. After starting up and selling a successful company he decided to apply his multiple years of tour guiding and property management into the yachting industry. Ben has been an avid fisherman for years and loves to share his passion with others while out on the water. He enjoys all aspects of yachting but most of all making an enjoyable and memorable experience for the charter guests.

Chef Diego Sgrigna:
Originally from Italy, this young chef is full of energy and creative ideas. Diego spent over 5 years at culinary school in Italy majoring in business economy and food science. Being fluent in four languages, and traveling between the countries, it is their cuisine, especially French and Italian, that entices Diego to experiment and learn more about the ingredients he works with. Chef Diego enjoys balancing menus with beauty and color, creating impressive visually appealing meals. He has managed private mansions in Miami Beach, worked in five star resorts and many years in the hospitality and hotel industry earning years of culinary experience in highly pressured kitchens. Diego loves a challenge and found an opportunity to step on board mega yachts, traveling and working on private and charter yachts in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, New England and Florida. Diego prides himself in being organized, efficient, hardworking and can handle the pressure of a ‘hot’ galley. He looks forward to creating your next meal on board CHERISH II.

Chief Stewardess Erica Gallagher:
A homegrown North Carolinian, Erica will treat you to warm southern hospitality. After graduating from college with a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications, she worked in a Country Club as the assistant beverage and hospitality manager in Wrightsville Beach, NC. There she met Captain Spence who turned her love of the water into a career. Erica has been working fulltime on yachts for the last five years taking her many years of serving, bartending, and managing into top gear offering the highest level of service and travel experience.

Second Stewardess Cayla Blincoe:
Cayla was born and raised in a small college town of Gainesville, Florida where she attended Santa Fe College and graduated with her degree in Surgical Technology. After pursuing her career she realized that she wanted to see more of what the world has to offer. She then joined yachting so she could pursue her passion for being on the water and traveling. Cayla also has a passion for personal fitness, she is a certified personal trainer and has 12+ years experience in Mixed Martial Arts as a 2nd degree black belt. In her time away from Cherish II she enjoys outdoor activities, exploring new places, hanging with friends and playing golf.

Deckhand Daniel De Witt:
Daniel is a seasoned deckhand from South Africa. Daniel has always had an affinity for the ocean being raised so close to the water’s edge. He has a passion for spear fishing, scuba diving, and reef exploring. After high school Daniel worked with a wine vineyard saving up for his relocation to Fort Lauderdale Florida to start his yachting career. Upon working a few short-term jobs honing his craft and exploring the industry. Daniel began his yachting certificate training and upon receiving his Offshore Yacht Master 200 ton ticket, he joined our wonderful program to use his passion for the ocean and cruising.