CHARTER YACHT SAMARA

Base rate $60 000
Per week | Plus Expenses
Builder
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Length
80.00
Year
2015
Refit
2019
Staterooms
4
Sleeps
8
Boat type
Motor Yacht
Winter Location
Bahamas
Summer Location
Bahamas

SAMARA Yacht Specifications

Configuration

Cabin(s)
Sleeps 8
Staterooms 4
Head(s) 5
King(s) 1
Queen(s) 2
Double(s) 1
Pullman(s) 1
Shower(s) 4
Amenities
Jacuzzi Yes
Helicopter Pad Yes
BBQ Yes

Technical

Dimensions
LOA 80 Feet
Beam 31.2 Feet
Maximum draft 4.7 Feet
Performance
Cruising Speed 12
Maximum Speed 22
Engines
Details 2 x 800hp MAN R6<br /> (approx 105 liters per hour /30 gal per hour including generators @ 12 kts)<br /> 32kW Kohler Gen
Fuel
Details 30

SAMARA Charter Toys

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 2
Float Mats Yes
Fishing Gear Yes
Motorized
Tender 25' Sea Hunt 2019 model
Tender Horsepower 300HP
Tender Pax 10
Jet Ski no
Waverunner 2
Extra Toys
Other Toys 25' Gamefish Sea Hunt Towed Tender w/ 300HP (New 2019)<br /> 2 x Wave Runners (New 2019)<br /> 6 x SCUBA gear<br /> 10 x SCUBA tanks <br /> 2 x Inflatable Paddle Boards <br /> 2 x Kayak<br /> Snorkel Gear<br /> 2 x Sea Scooters<br /> “Big Mable” -Towable (inflatable) 2-3 seater <br /> Floating Island (critter free net bottom) <br /> Wakeboard<br /> Water Skis<br /> Deep Sea Fishing Gear<br /> Beach Toys<br />

SAMARA Chartering Accommodations

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A rare find of luxury yacht combined with sporty/ adventurous qualities which stands out head and shoulders above other monohull and cat hull yachts of this size. From bow to stern, guests cannot truly imagine the comfort, quality and spaciousness of SAMARA until stepping aboard. Named after the “winged seed of the Sycamore tree”, this yacht was built to glide effortlessly, efficiently and steadily over long distances, in shallow waters thanks to a minimum draft. Packed with innovative features such as solar power technology and cork decks while also catering to the most adventurous or laid back cruisers, every type of guest will appreciate what this yacht has to offer. The volume is remarkable with 4000 square feet aboard – beyond that of larger monohulls and attributed to her 31’ beam versus the typical 20’.

Stepping aboard the AFT DECK, there is an extra large al fresco dining area, well sheltered (plus eisinglass enclosure optional) alongside a full barbeque grill to starboard. Enjoy a cocktail or coffee at the full bar to starboard side or just appreciate the view. Entering the MAIN SALON brings everything to life with open plan galley and bar stools to starboard and the welcoming lounge area to port. Concealed overhead is the 55″ TV transforming this area for movie night or morning news while at the galley bar. There is easy access to a dayhead on this level just forward of the lounge as well. Make your way amidship forward into a cozy sunken, second lounge situated a few steps down from the main salon. A romantic fire place feature here on a blustery evening makes this lounge very inviting.

A true sanctuary on the main deck is the forward facing MASTER suite with open plan from port to starboard bringing in the gorgeous views and natural light of outdoors, inside as well. To port is the ensuite Master bathroom with double sinks featuring designer waterfall taps, private toilet and stall shower. To starboard is a walk-in wardrobe with drawers and hanging closet. Storage is ample throughout. A private glass door leads forward onto the Jacuzzi deck serving as a full Owner’s deck and offers privacy with the subtle wrap around of suprastructure design on both sides. Large petal-shaped loungers invited guests to relax in the sun or curl up and read a book in privacy.

Forward below deck in the port and starboard hulls guests will find the comfort of two Queen staterooms, each en suite with spacious showers, toilet and ample storage in two closets and cabinetry. Aft in the starboard hull 2-3 more guests can find accommodation in a double bed with pullman bunk, also with en suite facilities.

Moving up to the SUN DECK during the day is akin to stepping into a private garden in an exclusive villa. Two custom cabanas easily offer comfort to 3 adults each with shade as desired overhead and around. If more sun is preferred, two chaise and two comfortable bean bags can be positioned where guests wish. A ‘jumpseat’ sunpad situated in front of the helm on this level also provides the best view from above. The grassy texture covering this deck is soothing and non-slip underfoot while also giving an ‘island’ feel. As the moon rises, this deck transforms to a whole new experience of its own. Whether experiencing movie night with the oversized cinema in position or an elegant dinner under the stars, this is the most favoured space aboard by most.

Not to forget the area where the most action occurs, the SWIM PLATFORM. A hydraulic center stage secures the waverunners when under way and once lowered, this level is the easy access deck for choice of SCUBA DIVING, water toys, boarding the tender and swim entry. Transform this area with chairs and inflatable cushions for the perfect BEACH CLUB. Each hull also offers a set of steps and a swim ladder for water access.

Other Entertainment: Control 4 Audio System

SAMARA Crew Profile

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Captain Name: Sean

Captain Nationality: Staine

Number of Crew: 0

Sean Staine – Captain
Sean grew up in the town of Hermanus, South Africa. Hermanus is a coastal town popular for its Southern Wright Whale watching.
Growing up along the rugged coast cultured Sean an affinity for all water sports, especially kite-surfing, fishing and SCUBA; more specifically wreck diving. Sean spent many weekends fishing at a provincial level. With his hard training Sean was then recruited to be a part of a sponsored professional fishing team of South Africa. Each member of a fishing team brings their special skill sets. His specialization was shark (catch and release) and also edibles.
For 3.5 years Sean worked as a rescue swimmer and a training coxswain for the South African Coast Guard. Being a rescue swimmer Sean used to jump out of helicopters to swim to peoples’ aid. He was involved in over 50 rescues.
Sean started his Yachting career 8 years ago sailing on a 44ft catamaran from South Africa to Fort Lauderdale taking 2 months.
After 8 years in the industry Sean has a vast knowledge and a great passion to share with his guests and can’t wait to welcome you aboard Samara.

Sarah Bambrick – Stewardess
Sarah grew up in a small country town in South Australia. Growing up Sarah always had a love for sport and the outdoors.

Sarah started her hospitality career in Australia and South East Asia for an international resort company for 6 years. The resort has a strong training motto allowing selected staff to train across all departments. Sarah was selected for one of these training positions and gained valuable experience in the hospitality industry

Sarah also has a love for aerial acrobatics and performing. Whilst working for the resort she was also offered a position to train with the circus team. Sarah would teach guests flying trapeze lessons as well as performing in nightly Flying Trapeze and aerial circus shows.

Wanting to see more of the world Sarah discovered yachting. She has been working on several yachts cruising throughout the Mediterranean, Bahamas, Caribbean and New York.

Through her many years of hospitality experience Sarah is here to make your vacation a memorable one.

Grant Denyer – Deckhand
Grant was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. He grew up traveling the coastline where he enjoyed surfing, swimming, sailing and boating.
When Grant finished his final year of high school and was very happy to learn that he had been accepted to study a Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurship in a great university in Pretoria. Being a very sociable and driven person, he enjoyed the aspects of Entrepreneurship which allowed him to create a business he could call his own. Grants business direction was discovered when he was introduced to the beignet. He wanted to bring this amazing dessert to all South Africans. Grant found a niche market and created ‘Beignet Brothers’ food truck in which they would attend festivals and fetes all across the country..
Being very busy with his business Grant never got a chance to be on the water or travel. He ultimately sold his business and transferred his life to yachting to which he has never looked back. Grant loves being near the water and is looking forward to sharing this with you.

Chef – Freelance