INSTANT QUOTE
Base rate $40,000
Per week | Plus Expenses

SEAQUELL

Stock# 3887
Builder
Alloy Yachts
Length
108.00
Year
1992
Refit
2013
Crew
4
Staterooms
3
Sleeps
6
Winter Location
Caribbean Virgin Islands, Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards

Configuration

Cabin(s)
Sleeps 6
Staterooms 3
Head(s) 3
King(s) 2
Double(s) 1
Twin(s) 1
Shower(s) 3
Amenities
Jacuzzi Yes
Helicopter Pad No
BBQ Yes

Technical

Dimensions
LOA 108 Feet
Beam 25' Feet
Maximum draft 11' Feet
Performance
Cruising Speed 10
Maximum Speed 12
Engines
Details 570 hp Lugger
2 x 40kw Northern Lights
Fuel
Details 10
Water Sports
Scuba Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
Snorkel Gear Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
Adult Water Skis Yes
Kids Water Skis no
Knee Board no
Wind Surfer no
Tube Yes
Scurfer no
Wake Board 1
1 Person Kayak no
2 Person Kayak Yes
Float Mats no
Fishing Gear Yes
Motorized
Tender 18' Nautica
Tender Horsepower 90hp
Tender Pax no
Jet Ski no
Waverunner No
Extra Toys
Other Toys 18' Nautica Hull, 2 stroke 90 HP Evinrude
2 2-person Hobie cat sea kayaks w/foot pedals (new 2013)
Water skis
Wakeboard
Snorkeling equipment
2 paddle boards (new 2019)
Water tube
Fishing chair and light fishing gear
Assorted free weights

Cockpit with 2 steering stations aft of seating/dining area for 6 – all fully covered with bimini shade. Pilothouse with seating area including 2 inboard facing sofas, bar fridge, ice machine and liquor cabinet.

Salon with dining table for 8 to port while to starboard there is sofa seating around a TV with DVD, Blue Ray and SAT TV.

Aft deck before swim platform has a 6 person custom Jacuzzi with plenty of sunning areas on either side.

Below deck:
“Caribbean” Master cabin with King-size bed, writing desk, sofa, 2 wardrobes, vanity, fridge, and En suite with Sauna
Port “Mediterranean” Cabin with a double bed, vanity station and sofa.
Starboard “Pacific” cabin with twin or King size bed (converts)

Other Entertainment: Wii
Free Weights

Crew Profile

Captain Name: Zachary Wallen

Captain Nationality:

Number of Crew: 4

Captain – Zach Wallen
(U.S.)
Zach grew up in the West Indies (St Thomas and Nassau) around sailboats as his father was also a Captain. Living in Rome during his adolescence and then finally settling in Martha’s Vineyard where most of his family still resides. Sailing has given him the opportunity to travel extensively having been able to visit all continents except Australian and Antarctica. 3 years ago Zach met Frida in Tahiti. Since then, both have worked together on yachts. They live part time in Norway where Frida does helicopter flight training. In Zach’s spare time he works on restoring a 1958 classic wooden 35ft sailboat.

Captain(rotational) – Shane Vowels
(U.S.)
Shane learned how to sail on Lake Michigan. From an early age, he found his competitive edge, and got involved in the racing scene in Chicago. His skills as a competitive racer eventually brought him east where he participated in the racing circuit up and down the coast. Eventually he settled into a stable position as captain of a 72ft cruising boat, which he sailed widely for 6 years throughout the Caribbean, North America, and Europe. In recent years, Shane has been an invaluable asset to the SeaQuell program. He has stepped in as needed as relief engineer, steward, delivery crew, and now as captain. He is an exceptionally well-rounded yachtsman undertaking jobs above and below deck with a positive and contagious attitude. He has a talent for service and an affable nature has made him universally well-liked. With Shane in command, one is in good hands and is sure to enjoy his time aboard.

Mate/Engineer – Conner Scruggs
(Canada)
Connor hails from Edmonton, Alberta, where he spent former years working in restaurants and developing a sophisticated sense for the culinary arts. But when the call of adventure came by way of his brother and the 43m classic schooner Adventuress in the Caribbean, he jumped on the opportunity and began his life at sea. Connor covered many miles sailing and racing Adventuress around the North Atlantic completing seasons in the West Indies and Mediterranean. He also found he had a knack for all things mechanical and became the go to guy for fixing things on board. After gaining more experience and completing courses toward his engineer’s license, he decided to take on a new challenge, and became SeaQuell’s engineer. Connor’s good taste in food, music, and literature add a nice touch of refinement to SeaQuell and her crew.

Chef – Marcus Rossi
(UK)
Marcus is a passionate hard working chef from the south Devon coast in England. Marcus has been a chef for nearly 10 years in restaurants, luxury ski chalets and yachts. There’s nothing he enjoys more than giving guests an extraordinary experience catered to their specific tastes. Marcus is a talented chef that can work a menu around any dietary requirements and needs. He has the confidence and experience to put his hand to anything but what he really loves to cook with is seafood. Where Marcus is from, if you’re not catching fish you’re cooking them. His style of cooking is somewhat Mediterranean with roots in French and English fine dining. In his spare time Marcus enjoys eating local cuisines, traveling, skiing, snowboarding, rugby, tennis and football.

Stewardess – Samantha Honey
(New Zealand)
Shorebased hospitality in Canada and NZ. NZ day charter company, fleet crew member and Perini experience 38-60m.
Full profile coming soon.