INEVITABLE Luxury Super Yacht for Charter
2003 / 2018
97ft / 29.6m
From $35,000 per week
The luxury super yacht INEVITABLE offers accommodation for 9 guests in 4 cabins consisting of a master stateroom located amidship with a king size bed and bathroom facilities including a shower and lavatory, a VIP stateroom with a queen size bed and bathroom facilities including a shower and lavatory. Further guest accommodation is also available in another 2 cabins.
INEVITABLE also accommodates up to 4 crew on-board to ensure you have a relaxed luxurious charter experience and all of your needs are catered for while on board.
The specifications on board the beautifully built 97 ft / 29.6 m Hargrave launched in 2003 and later refit in 2018 include air conditioning, stabilisers for a smooth ride by counteracting roll caused by waves or wind as well as an extensive list of amenities and toys.
Whether you should choose to charter in North America or the Bahamas the luxury super yacht INEVITABLE and her crew of 4 will be sure to satisfy all of your needs and make sure you enjoy your experience.
Captain Rafael Tarnawiecki was born in Lima, Peru in a bi-national household. His family moved to Indiana, his mother’s birthplace, where he attended primary, secondary, and university there. In a small town called New Albany, Indiana with a storied inland shipping history, he developed a love for all things involving boating. As a young adult, while studying in Spain, Rafael, met a crew member on a large sailing yacht and decided, then and there, that he was going to work aboard a yacht. Having sent hundreds of emails to charter yacht captains all along the east coast asking how one becomes a yacht crew member, he was directed to the Chapman School of Seamanship in Stuart, FL. In 2006, he had packed his things in sturdy old truck and was driving to Florida to attend courses there. The Chapman School found him a position working on a classic Burger motoryacht as a deckhand and he has worked aboard yachts ever since, with one hiatus working as captain of a 174ft crew boat in the Gulf of Mexico in the petroleum industry. Rafael began his career immediately driving small boats and has achieved a 200 Ton USCG masters license, as well as the Royal Yachting Association's Yachtmaster 200 Ton license. While the yachts are a bit larger now, he still wonders at how lucky he is to have a career on the sea. He is an avid diver, paddleboarder, and kayaker and relishes living life on the water.
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