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KORU

CHARTER YACHT KORU

KORU Yacht Specifications

Configuration

Cabin(s)
Sleeps 6
Staterooms 3
Head(s) 3
Queen(s) 3
Shower(s) 3
Amenities
Jacuzzi No
Helicopter Pad No
BBQ Yes

Technical

Dimensions
LOA 49 Feet
Beam 25.85 Feet
Maximum draft 4.43 Feet
Performance
Cruising Speed 7.5 kts
Maximum Speed 8.5 kts
Engines
Details 2 x Yanmar 57HP
1 x Onan 13.5KW
Fuel
Details Included

KORU Charter Toys

Water Sports
Scuba Onboard
Snorkel Gear Onboard
Adult Water Skis No
Kids Water Skis No
Knee Board 1
Wind Surfer No
Tube Yes
Scurfer No
Wake Board Yes
1 Person Kayak No
2 Person Kayak No
Float Mats Yes
Fishing Gear Yes
Motorized
Tender 12 Ft.
Tender Horsepower 40 HP
Tender Pax 6
Jet Ski No
Waverunner No
Extra Toys
Other Toys 40

KORU Chartering Accommodations

Koru comes equipped with every comfort needed for a world class sailing charter and boasts a huge amount of open space unrivaled by any cruising catamaran in its size range. Watch movies under the stars on the huge, cushioned foredeck, eat breakfast on the flybridge, lunch in the forward lounge and dinner as the sun sets in the spacious outdoor saloon. Three large queen sized staterooms each with separate dry heads and showers as well as walk around beds. Watch the kids wakeboard with your toes in the water sipping on cocktails on the integrated swim platform. Sail in style with a large square topped main, self-tacking jib and a 90 sqm Code 0 for light air conditions.

Toys and activities on board include:
– 2 x Navbow Sublue Underwater Scooters
– 2 x Inflatable SUP’s
– Wakeboard
– Kneeboard
– 2 person tube
– Bote inflatable dock
– Noodles and other assorted water toys

Fishing
– 50lb Shimano 2-speed trolling reel and rod
– 30lb Shiman 2-speed trolling reel and rod
– Penn Spinmaster casting rod
– Assorted lures, jigs and tackle on board
– Lobster gear

Other Entertainment:

KORU Crew Profile

Captain Name: Keith Allen

Captain Nationality: Australia

Number of Crew: 2

Cpt. Keith Allen

Keith has always had an adventurous spirit, inherited from an extremely nomadic family, mostly spread between Kenya, the U.K., U.S.A. and of course Australia, where he grew up. He has been fortunate enough to have been raised as a well travelled youth which enabled him to grow into someone who can build rapport and friendships with people from many different walks of life and cultures. A trait invaluable when considering the multicultural and close-knit conditions living and working aboard a yacht.

Keith has sailed around all of the windward isles, from St Maarten to Grenada; the Dutch Caribbean, Panama, the Andalusian coast of Spain, Portugal, Morocco, Croatia and the Greek Islands in the Saronic Gulf of the Mediterranean. He has also spent time working on a superyacht that sailed up the east coast of the United States from Fort Lauderdale to Rhode Island as well as around Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard but realized his heart and true passion was in sailing and smaller boats. Keith’s favorite part about skippering on yachts is hunting for unique bays and the little hidden gems on the islands; from the best beach bars to reefs full of life that can only be reached by boat.

Keith is a third season veteran of the Virgin Islands, a certified PADI divemaster and free diver who loves hunting for fresh spiny lobster to serve, butterflied and grilled in his signature style paired with one of his craft cocktails. Whether it’s chauffeuring guests to dinner by tender, or towing them with tube or wakeboard, you are in safe and capable hands with Keith at the helm.

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Jessa was born in Colorado and raised in Texas, and her love for the great outdoors began at a young age. Growing up, her family took vacations to the beach every year. It wasn’t until 2017 that she decided she wanted to live and work in the tropics full time. She quit her desk job and traded in the cubicle for the galley. Jessa began her career as a yacht chef in May 2017, and she loved the yachting lifestyle so much that she spent the next three seasons working on sailing yachts in Croatia. Since then, she has traveled to four different continents, including Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and explored many of the Caribbean islands.
The USVI and BVI quickly became one of her favorite places after sailing and working here at the end of 2018, and she knew instantly that she wanted to further her career here. In 2019 she began her life in the Caribbean and has been loving every day since. She enjoys sailing, hiking, snorkeling, scuba diving, and being able to spend every day on the water!

In addition to the adventurous lifestyle Jessa lives, she loves creating beautiful and delicious meals in the galley. She grew up helping her dad in the kitchen and on the grill, always working to perfect new tex mex meals and southern comfort foods. Her family was constantly making homestyle meals and this is when her passion for cooking began. She believes that cooking is all about sharing, and being able to share unique and tasty dishes with the guests is so important to her!

One of her favorite parts about traveling is being able to experience new cultures and cuisines, and incorporating these cuisines into her own menu. Seafood is a personal favorite of Jessas, to cook and to eat! Jessa finds it very special to be able to use the local seafood for her dishes. On board Felix, Jessa will ensure that your vacation is filled with wholesome, fresh, and local meals. She has experience working with all dietary restrictions and food allergies, and will work with you and your group to create the perfect menu for your week.