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      CHARTER YACHT SANCTUARY

      Base rate $34,500
      Per week | Plus Expenses
      Builder
      Hargrave
      Length
      100.00
      Year
      2002
      Refit
      2015
      Crew
      3
      Staterooms
      4
      Sleeps
      8
      Boat type
      Motor Yacht
      Winter Location
      Bahamas
      Summer Location
      New England

      SANCTUARY Yacht Specifications

      Configuration

      Cabin(s)
      Sleeps 8
      Staterooms 4
      Head(s) 4
      King(s) 1
      Queen(s) 1
      Single(s) 1
      Twin(s) 1
      Pullman(s) 2
      Shower(s) 4
      Amenities
      Jacuzzi No
      Helicopter Pad No

      Technical

      Dimensions
      LOA 100 Feet
      Beam 22 Feet
      Maximum draft 5.4 Feet
      Performance
      Cruising Speed 10kt
      Maximum Speed 18kt
      Engines
      Fuel

      SANCTUARY Charter Toys

      Water Sports
      Scuba Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
      Snorkel Gear Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
      Adult Water Skis no
      Kids Water Skis no
      Knee Board no
      Wind Surfer no
      Tube Yes
      Scurfer no
      Wake Board no
      1 Person Kayak no
      2 Person Kayak 2
      Float Mats no
      Fishing Gear Yes
      Motorized
      Tender 18ft RIB Hard Bottom
      Tender Horsepower 115hp
      Tender Pax 10
      Jet Ski no
      Waverunner no
      Extra Toys
      Other Toys Bicycles

      SANCTUARY Chartering Accommodations

      Guest rooms ensuite
      Impressive leisure & entertainment facilities for families & friends

      Other Entertainment:

      SANCTUARY Crew Profile

      Captain Name: Steve Pulaski

      Captain Nationality: U.S.

      Number of Crew: 3

      Captain Steve Pulaski
      Captain Steve Pulaski has been in yachting in different capacities from early on. He spent 5 years in the US Navy attending Navy navigational school and was trained in all forms of navigation, watch standing and boat handling. He was later assigned to a destroyer, USS Comte De Grasse DD-974, an underway replenishment ship, USS Mt Hood AE-29 and river patrol unit, He was also on a Special Boat Unit.Research Vessel, NOAA
      as an Able Bodied Seaman, sailed from Hawaii to South Pacific to deploy TOA buoys that monitor the El Nino effects on the climate and perform mission-related activities such as deployment and retrieval of oceanographic and hydrographic systems.
      He then joined pleasure yachting on a premiere dinner cruise yacht on San Francisco Bay, Being responsible for the safety of up to 60 passengers, crew and vessel he attended to all guests’ needs and requests, directed and authorized crew and staff to ships issues and operation, ensured safe navigation, made port arrangements and handled maintenance issues. More recently he has enjoyed a successful career in pleasure yachting, spending summers in NY/New England and winters in South Florida. He performs all duties from vessel management, guest itinerary planning and upkeep of the vessel. Assisting an owner with a new yacht purchase, he took the new owners from Florida to San Juan, PR.
      Steve’s life is on the water and sharing it with his owners and guests heightening their experience with his safety and knowledge of the areas and how he enjoys doing so.

      Chef Armando Olivias
      Armando is a self- motivated, trained professional with outstanding skills as a chef. He has superior leadership skills with the poise and ability to build a quick rapport with colleagues and guests. His innate ability to interact effectively with people of various cultures and backgrounds and succeed in high-pressure challenges and deadline driven environments make him easily adaptable to the personalized expectations of his charter guests wherever they might be cruising. He is well respected as a yacht crew member and valued asset aboard by his hard work, commitment and vision. He loves travel and food creativity enjoyed by his charter guests.

      Deck / Stewardess Veronica Honorio
      Veronica has lived aboard yachts and sailed from Mexico to American Samoa via Costa Rica, Panama,Galapagos Islands, Marquesas, French Polynesia, New Caledonia. She has carried the responsibilities of all maintenance aspects of the vessel like wash downs, line handling and watch keeping and those duties to make it sea worthy for long passages. She also has finer interior skills for flower arrangements, provisioning, cooking for owners, guests and crew when needed. Veronica personally loves anything on the water, fishing, free diving, and personal fitness.