Weekly from

$8,800

DOVE, THE

16.4 m

/ 54 ft

| W.I. Crealock

| 1988

Weekly from

$8800

+ all expenses

Daily from

$100,000

+ all expenses

There is no charge or implied commitment

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4 Guests

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2 Cabins

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2 Crew

THE DOVE is a 54-foot ocean going cutter designed by William I.B. Crealock and built for Captain Larry Tyler. Her teak interior is accented by art and curios from Larry’s voyaging. Two spacious, air-conditioned guest cabins each have queen-sized bunks and en suite head with high-quality Italian fittings and sumptuous linens. THE DOVE is excellent for two couples or a family of five or six. Other amenities include electronic entertainment systems, kayaks, paddle boards, water skis, deck shower, snorkeling and fishing gear, diving equipment, underwater still and video cameras. Special diets can be accommodated.

Specifications

BUILT

1988

BEAM

4.6 m

FLAG

United Kingdom

EXTERIOR DESIGN

DRAFT

2.4 m

CRUISING SPEED

11 kph

STABILISERS

None

ENGINES

Amenities

BBQ

Deck shower

Fishing gear - heavy

Fishing gear - light

Kosher

Owner operator

Special diets

Swim platform

Camcorder

CD library

Cell phone

DVD library

DVD player saloon

Indoor audio system

iPod dock

Local TV

TV saloon

Wi-Fi

Kayaks multiple

Mono ski

Paddleboards multiple

Water skis - adult

Diving by arrangement

Snorkelling gear

Underwater still camera

Underwater video

Accommodation and Layout

THE DOVE accommodates 4 guests in 2  spacious en suite with queen beds and sumptuous linens.
The bathrooms feature high quality Italian fittings. 

THE DOVE is fully air conditioned through out.

Crew has a separate head and shower.

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Captain
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CAPTAIN LARRY TYLER takes pleasure in welcoming you aboard THE DOVE. Anglo/Italian, born in Italy, he speaks fluent Italian and French. Larry studied Hotel Management for four years and trained as a chef at the Dorchester Hotel in London before creating his own very successful international fashion house. Inspired by the film "Dove", he set off in his 35' sailing boat to explore the South China Seas and the Indian Ocean using a sextant and chronometer as the only means of navigation. Along the way he traded in native jewelry crossing the Indian Ocean six times and eluding the infamous pirates of the Malacca Straits and the Sulu Sea. There was no escaping the typhoons, however, and Larry experienced many. Logging all these sea miles gave him ample time to design the boat of his dreams, and so THE DOVE was born. Larry has sailed and chartered from the South China Sea to Thailand, across the Indian Ocean to the Cape of Good Hope, across to Brazil, over to the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, above the Arctic Circle in Greenland, south to Patagonia, Cape Horn and twice to Antarctica. A keen underwater photographer and filmmaker, he has worked for National Geographic, NHK Japanese TV and other producers of documentaries. Larry's other pastimes are windsurfing, snow skiing and cooking Mediterranean and Oriental cuisine. As your host aboard THE DOVE, he is delighted to share his intimate knowledge of whatever cruising area you choose and to ensure you have the best vacation ever.

Chef and Stewardess
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Larry is assisted on charter by STEWARDESS Justyna Kramer 30 years old from Poland. She had spent over 8 years living and working in Switzerland and Germany, but is now settled in London. She had worked as an au pair and waitress in the hospitality industry. Working with children is Justyna’s passion and it is her ambition to continuation working with them in the future. Justyna is interested in healthy living and reflexology and massage. She has an ABC Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology and is practicing now in London. As a person who loves people she is very optimistic, always smiling and open minded and loves new challenges. Justyna‘s interests include swimming, exercising, reading and travelling all over the world. One of her biggest passion is spending time in the kitchen, cooking and preparing meals. Justyna speaks Polish, German and English

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