Weekly from

$19,500

DESTINY

21.3 m

/ 70 ft

| Hylas

| 2011

| 2015

Weekly from

$19500

+ all expenses

Daily from

$100,000

+ all expenses

There is no charge or implied commitment

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6 Guests

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3 Cabins

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2 Crew

DESTINY, a German Frers designed 70 footer can accommodate 6 guests in three spacious cabins. The master cabin is equipped with an en-suite bath, shower, a king-size bed and a flat screen TV, while two other cabins share a full bath with a spacious shower, a 64' queen size bed and a double bunk. Both of them equipped with a sound system, flat screen TV and air conditioning, which makes it perfect for a family or friends vacation.

With spacious and smart layouts and solid hull design, DESTINY is built for comfortable cruising and long distance sailing. She has been maintained to the highest standard and has been recently refitted and upgraded with a new boom and mainsail.

Specifications

BUILT | REFIT

2011

| 2015

BEAM

5.5 m

FLAG

Virgin Islands (British)

EXTERIOR DESIGN

German Frers

DRAFT

2.1 m

CRUISING SPEED

14.8 kph

STABILISERS

None

ENGINES

Amenities

BBQ

Deck shower

Fishing gear - light

Bluray library

Bluray player saloon

Satellite TV

TV saloon

Wi-Fi

Kayak

Kayaks multiple

Paddleboard

Surf board

Tube - towable

Wakeboard

Diving by arrangement

Snorkelling gear

Accommodation and Layout

DESTINY accommodates 6 guests in 3 cabins.

The aft master cabin has a king size bed, a settee and desk. Full ensuite bath with shower. 

The forward guest cabin has a queen berth,a settee and tables. This cabin has an en suite toilet and washbasin plus access to a shower stall shared with the port side cabin.

The port side guest cabin has a double berth. Across the companionway, on the starboard side, this cabin has its own head with an electric toilet and washbasin plus access to the shower stall shared with the forward guest cabin.

DESTINY is fully air conditioned through out. Crew has a separate head and shower.

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Captain
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Zane grew up in the mountains of Colorado where he developed a deep passion for the outdoors. After college Zane could not resist the allure of the ocean and moved to San Francisco to pursue his dream of sailing professionally. He has since been working in the marine industry on a variety of sailing and motor vessels throughout North America, the Caribbean, Latin America and Europe. Through these experiences Zane earned his USCG masters license and has worked in the capacity of rigger, carpenter, engineer, chief mate and captain. When he is not sailing, Zane continues to enjoy the outdoors, spending time camping, fly fishing, surfing and SCUBA diving, he is always excited to share these pastimes with guests.

Chef
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Shivani grew up in southern California where she attended college and earned a B.S. in Marketing. Her parents owned and operated a small restaurant there where she worked just about every day for 4 years. Watching the restaurant’s patrons swoon over her mother’s fresh, healthy and thoughtful array of recipes was the spark that commenced her interest in cooking. Soon after college she moved to New England where she worked in admissions at a university. Shivani’s position at the university allowed her to travel around New England and eventually meet Zane who introduced her to a life and career on the water. She has now sailed and cooked offshore from the USVI to Massachusetts and worked on several yachts in the Caribbean as steward, deckhand and cook. In deciding to begin a life together, Zane and Shivani are thrilled to do so through their passion of working on the water. They are excited to offer their guests a diverse itinerary, an exciting menu and an idyllic atmosphere onboard Destiny.

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