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MURPHY'S LAW

MURPHY'S LAW

Delta Marine • 2013 • 37.8m

Guests10

Guests

Cabins4

Cabins

Crew5

Crew


From

$65,000/ week

Twin Guest StateroomTwin Guest Stateroom (2)Main Salon ForwardFrom AboveBow seatingTenderAft DeckMaster StateroomDining SalonMaster BathJacuzzi on FlybridgeSundeckPilothouseVIP Guest StateroomMain SalonSky Lounge

The luxury super yacht MURPHY'S LAW offers accommodation for 10 guests in 4 cabins consisting of a master located below forward with a king size bed and bathroom facilities including a shower and lavatory. Further guest accommodation is also available in another 3 cabins.

MURPHY'S LAW also accommodates up to 5 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 124 ft / 37.8 m Delta Marine launched in 1998 and later refit in 2013 include full 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.

While chartering in the Caribbean the luxury super yacht MURPHY'S LAW and her crew of 5 will be sure to satisfy all of your needs and make sure you enjoy your experience.

Locations

Features

BBQ

Deck shower

Exercise equipment

Fishing gear - light

Jacuzzi on deck

Swim platform

Crew

Lee Danielson

Captain

Captain Lee Danielson is originally from St. Thomas and grew up on the water traveling through the islands. Lee started out in the luxury yacht business running short-term corporate charters and then moved into the term charters working his way from mate to engineer to captain. He has worked for the Murphy family for the past 15 years doing trips and charters in South Florida and the Bahamas and his past yachts have included the 124’ Broward Murphy’s Law, Pegasus and Fantasy. He has a very easy going, can do attitude and he is very professional with all guests. He enjoys fishing, wave runners, snorkeling and has extensive knowledge of the Bahamas. He and his crew are keen to show new guests all of the great spots throughout the Bahamas and keep them coming back year after year aboard Murphy’s Law.

Mate Jaun-Ree Bosman is a South African native who started sailing the Cape Town seas as a child for a hobby and fell in love with the mystery of the ocean. Since then, he has gained much insight and experience in the industry, having completed his Yachtmasters, and is currently working on modules to achieve his OOW. He is a very friendly person, with great team skills, a keen eye for detail, and an extremely fast learner - growing on a daily basis. His hobbies include diving, wakeboarding, and freediving. Jaun-Ree loves his job, which is more than a job to him - it is his long term career and life! Jaun- Ree is always willing to teach the guests a new thing and show them a good time on board Murphy’s Law.

Chef Dean Sheather is from down under with qualifications in the Culinary & Hospitality trade from TAFE Culinary Colleges of Australia. He has over 15 years of experience and extensive training in all areas of the industry including, restaurants, bakeries, hotels, culinary schools and motor yachts. He is passionate about cooking and tries to keep up to date with modern cooking techniques, styles and creativity in his food. Chef Dean enjoys cooking a variety of light and healthy cuisines including Asian, Middle Eastern, French, Mediterranean and many more. He has travelled to Central America, Mexico and Columbia to learn Spanish and surf, but ended up in places learning to cook authentic dishes in the local restaurants. Chef Dean enjoys traveling and especially like to provision form the local vendors in the Bahamas, trading some fabulous baked pastries for some great ingredients! He has worked on large and small private and charter yachts. Chef Dean knows the meticulous planning, provisioning and determination it takes to complete a successful charter and have repeat charters! He enjoys anything outdoors, surfing, hiking, swimming and baking of course! Be sure to ask for your favorite dessert or pastry on board, he will gladly make it and serve you with a smile!

Second Stewardess Courtney Morgan has recently joined the Murphy’s Law team and she is looking forward to experiencing the Bahamas and new adventures. Fun, friendly and full of life is how she is known by her new crew members. Courtney loves to interact with guests, enjoys the fast pace of getting everything in order for a successful charter. Prior to yachting Morgan was a child educator and also worked in Make Up Artistry. She is detailed and manages her time well. Courtney got her first sailing experience with Ensign racing and enjoyed the comradery and adventure. She found an opportunity to work on Motor yachts and hasn’t looked back since. She enjoys traveling, has a deep love for the ocean, paddle boarding, sailing and teaching. Courtney looks forward to having you on board Murphy’s Law!

Specification

  • Yacht name

    MURPHY'S LAW

  • Prior name

    LANIDA

  • Length

    37.8m / 124ft

  • Beam

    7.9m / 25'11

  • Draft

    1.8m / 5'11

  • Speed (cruising)

    20.3kph / 11kn

  • Speed (max)

    22.2kph / 12kn

  • Fuel consumption (cruising)

    264.9lph / 70gph

  • Engine

    Twin Detroit DDEC16V-92TA's 1450HP

  • Hull

    Monohull

  • Flag

    Marshall Islands

  • Launched

    1998

  • Refitted

    2013

  • Builder

    Delta Marine

  • Designer

    A la Mer Interiors

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