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      CHARTER YACHT SEA IO

      Base rate $18,500
      Per week | All Inclusive
      Builder
      Lagoon
      Length
      50.00
      Year
      2020
      Crew
      2
      Staterooms
      3
      Sleeps
      6
      Boat type
      Catamaran
      Winter Location
      Caribbean Virgin Islands
      Summer Location
      Caribbean Virgin Islands

      SEA IO Yacht Specifications

      Configuration

      Cabin(s)
      Sleeps 6
      Staterooms 3
      Head(s) 2
      Queen(s) 2
      Double(s) 1
      Shower(s) 2
      Amenities
      Jacuzzi No
      Helicopter Pad No

      Technical

      Dimensions
      LOA 50 Feet
      Beam 26.7 Feet
      Maximum draft 4.7 Feet
      Performance
      Engines
      Details Suitable for up to 4-6 guests (see layout). 5th and 6th guests must be comfortable sharing a head with another guest cabin.
      Fuel

      SEA IO 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 no
      Scurfer no
      Wake Board no
      1 Person Kayak no
      2 Person Kayak no
      Float Mats no
      Fishing Gear no
      Motorized
      Tender Yes
      Tender Horsepower no
      Tender Pax no
      Jet Ski no
      Waverunner no
      Extra Toys

      SEA IO Chartering Accommodations

      Master suite with large dressing room on starboard side with Queen bed. Port side has one queen ensuite cabin and one double guest cabin midship. Double cabin guests will need to share head with another guest cabin. Crew sleeps in one ensuite cabin on port side.

      Other Entertainment:

      SEA IO Crew Profile

      Captain Name: Starr Parmley

      Captain Nationality: USA

      Number of Crew: 2

      Starr spent his childhood on a lake in northern New York; he was raised sailing and operating small boats before he could legally drive. At the age of 12, his father gave him the family’s 1968 Glastron with a 60hp Mercury outboard and he has been exploring and playing on the water ever since.
      He was accepted into the U.S. Coast Guard Academy at 17 and graduated as a naval officer four years later with a degree in Marine & Environmental Science. He instructed collegiate dinghy racing, has captained rescue boats, driven large ships, and specialized in long-range helicopter search & rescue throughout a 13 year career.

      Starr’s love of sailing started at The Academy while cruising offshore of New England on the Coast Guard cutter Barque Eagle, a 295’ square rigged training tall-ship, eventually covering most of the North Atlantic including a 21 day crossing from the Canary Islands to Bermuda – navigating by sextant alone. He has ocean experience working in the Bahamas, Turks & Caicos, Leeward Islands, Windward Islands, and the Greater Antilles. He has cruising a 38’ Nauticat throughout Alaska’s Inside Passage for the past few years spending as much time with his partner Amber as he could. He has a very strong love for the sea and it’s lore and he is excited to share it with you!

      Amber first began sailing in the waters of Port Townsend, Washington and the San Juan Islands; a sailing culture rich in traditional wooden boats and maritime history. She has been working professionally on boats since 2012 spanning everything from commercial fishing and whale watching boats in Alaska to instructional vessels and yachts in the Caribbean. She is a US Sailing certified sailing instructor and holds a USCG 50 ton Masters Licence.

      In addition to her culinary and hospitality skills, Amber brings a background in sail training, environmental education and a degree in Marine Biology. Having spent many years as a marine naturalist, she can introduce you to the many colorful fish and corals that inhabit our waters. She is excited to embark with you on her third season in the Virgin Islands.

      Amber and Starr met while working on the Pacific Northwest’s famous Inside Passage. Based out of Juneau, Alaska; Starr was living aboard his Nauticat ketch on Douglas Island flying helicopter clients locally, and Amber was working as a 50 ton vessel master, hosting clients as a naturalist and operator. They met on an arranged date for coffee and instantly clicked through their appreciation of simple things and true connections; their love for life, for play, for adventure, and all things boats. In their free time they like to take the dinghy out on adventures, host beach bonfires, or hike and climb around the mountains. They look forward to sharing their passion for life and the islands with you aboard SEA IO!