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      CHARTER YACHT VITALITY

      Base rate $17,950
      Per week | Plus Expenses
      Builder
      Sabre
      Length
      48.00
      Year
      2012
      Crew
      1
      Staterooms
      2
      Sleeps
      4
      Boat type
      Motor Yacht
      Summer Location
      New England

      VITALITY Yacht Specifications

      Configuration

      Cabin(s)
      Sleeps 4
      Staterooms 2
      Head(s) 2
      Queen(s) 2
      Shower(s) 2
      Amenities
      Jacuzzi No
      Helicopter Pad No
      BBQ No

      Technical

      Dimensions
      LOA 48 Feet
      Beam 15 Feet
      Maximum draft 4 Feet
      Performance
      Cruising Speed 24
      Maximum Speed 32
      Engines
      Details 2 x Cummins
      Fuel
      Details 44

      VITALITY 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 Yes
      Motorized
      Tender 12' Brig
      Tender Horsepower 30 hp Honda
      Tender Pax 4
      Jet Ski No
      Waverunner No
      Extra Toys

      VITALITY Chartering Accommodations

      Other Entertainment:

      VITALITY Crew Profile

      Captain Name: Bill Koch

      Captain Nationality: US

      Number of Crew: 1

      Captain Bill Koch

      Why is Captain Bill so ideally suited for the charter yacht industry? Not only is he qualified with a 100-ton USCG Master and SCTW‑95, he’s also a formally trained Chef, has a degree in Food and Beverage Management, he’s a Padi and Naui certified Open Water Diver and he can fly. In any pinch, Bill is qualified to do a lot of pinch-hitting! Plus, he’s stalwart, tenacious, warm-hearted and lots of fun!

      Bill grew up on the East Side of Providence RI, next to Brown University. He spent summers at the family’s lake house on Lake Huron, on the lakes of Michigan, the shores of North Carolina, and Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay. He was a certified diver by the age 12 and mastered knee boarding, which was all the rage.

      Becoming a marine professional was always a top consideration. Bill says, “When you’re 20 and you see the big boats come and go, with their crews all smartly dressed in uniform, you can’t help but want to see what all the fuss is about. Then you get hired and realize it is so much more than you thought. The passion for yachting becomes a part of you. Now, as a Captain, I very much enjoy teaching guests about boating, the ocean, how it works, tides and currents, wind and waves, and what yachting is all about.” Charter VITALITY and Captain Bill will be more than your consummate host, he’ll inspire you to an even deeper passion for the sea.