INSTANT QUOTE
Base rate $14,320
Per week | All Inclusive

MANNA

Stock# 4520
Builder
Royal Cape
Length
53.0
Year
2014
Crew
2
Staterooms
4
Sleeps
8
Winter Location
Caribbean Virgin Islands, Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards
Summer Location
Caribbean Virgin Islands, Florida

Configuration

Cabin(s)
Sleeps 8
Staterooms 4
Head(s) 4
King(s) 1
Queen(s) 2
Double(s) 1
Shower(s) 4
Amenities
Jacuzzi No
Helicopter Pad No
BBQ Yes

Technical

Dimensions
LOA 53 Feet
Beam 28.5 Feet
Maximum draft 3.6 Feet
Performance
Engines
Details Yamaha 75
Generator 12.5KW Norhtern Lights 2016
Fuel
Water Sports
Scuba Onboard
Snorkel Gear Onboard
Adult Water Skis Yes
Kids Water Skis No
Knee Board No
Wind Surfer No
Tube Yes
Scurfer No
Wake Board Yes
1 Person Kayak No
2 Person Kayak Yes
Float Mats Yes
Fishing Gear Yes
Motorized
Tender 15ft Caribe
Tender Horsepower 70
Tender Pax 8
Jet Ski No
Waverunner No
Extra Toys
Other Toys Registered BVI fishing vessel
10 Person Floating island
2 Paddle boards
3 person Hard Kayak
Water Ski
1 Subwings
3 person Tube

Other Entertainment:

Crew Profile

Captain Name: Wayne Keese

Captain Nationality: USA

Number of Crew: 2

�Captain� Wayne and �Chef� Emily Keese are both originally from Texas. They met skydiving in the late 1990�s and have always led an extremely adventurous life together.

Wayne began his adventurous lifestyle at the age of 16 when he found the love of flying an airplane. He joined the Army at the age of 17 and became part of an airborne unit which sparked his desire to skydive professionally. He later pursued his instructor�s ratings and began Eagle Flight Skydiving in Granbury, Texas to share the sport with others.

Emily pursued a career as a pharmacist. As a way of giving back, Emily volunteers working with groups like Open Arms International in Eldoret, Kenya and Outreach organizations on the Amazon River assisting with the needed medical camps.

Wayne and Emily found a new love of scuba while honeymooning in Cozumel. They have both pursued their Padi Divemaster, Rescue Diver and Emergency First Response Trainer certifications. With several dive vacations, their love of the sea grew and they had a dream to purchase their own sailboat at some point.

In 2013, they commissioned Royal Cape Catamaran in Durban, South Africa to build S/V Manna, a true 53� ocean going vessel. After sailing �Manna� across the Atlantic and the love for the islands in BVI it was decided to share the passion with others by chartering her in the BVI for a few years before continuing on with circumnavigating. In the last two years during the off season they have sailed over 20,000 nautical miles abroad delivering supplies for humanitarian efforts in areas like Haiti along with providing aid for full time missionaries in the field around the world. During these new adventures Wayne and Emily both have earned their USCG 100 ton Master Ratings with Sail Endorsements.

You will find the crew aboard S/V Manna to be awesome and extremely unique. Whether you�re looking for a slow relaxing vacation or a fast paced adventure the crew onboard Manna has the knowledge and skills to deliver. You and your guest are truly in for the vacation of a lifetime.