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1991 Covey Island Boat Works  91ft / 27.7m


$26,600/ week
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TREE OF LIFE Yacht Charter

TREE OF LIFE currently registered in the United States is actively available for charter.

The luxury sailing yacht TREE OF LIFE was built by Covey Island Boat Works and delivered to her owner in 1991.

The exterior of TREE OF LIFE is designed by Ted Brewer.

The 91ft / 27.7m TREE OF LIFE has been constructed with a grp hull and is powered by Cummins B210 with a cruising speed of 9 knots and a top speed of 9 knots.

Charter guest accommodation

TREE OF LIFE has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 6 charter guests in 3 suites.

The guest cabins comprise a cabin with a double bed and en-suite bathroom facilities, a cabin with a double bed and en-suite bathroom facilities and a primary suite with a king size bed and en-suite bathroom facilities located aft.

Your luxury charter crew

Your luxury charter on board sailing yacht TREE OF LIFE will be managed by the crew of 4 including the captain.

The crew will ensure you have a relaxed and enjoyable charter experience with all of your needs catered for while on board.

The 4 crew have their own separate crew quarters located forward allowing guests to enjoy increased levels of privacy.

Amenities & Entertainment

Amenities on board for the charter guests include Air Conditioning and BBQ.

An extensive list of further amenities and water toys can be seen under the features and amenities section.

Yacht charter destinations

TREE OF LIFE is Currently cruising in East Coast United States.

Sample itineraries for the cruising destinations can be supplied by your professional charter broker allowing you to plan your luxury yacht charter vacation in detail.



  • Air Conditioning
  • BBQ

Water Toys

  • Kayaks


  • Snorkeling Gear


  • Sailing dinghy
  • 15ft/4.6m RIB




Joshua Jacques

Joshua Jacques

Captain Joshua Jacques
Captain Joshua Jacques fell in love with the ocean at a young age. Spending his summers sailing the coast of New England and his winters surfing the cold waters of Maine he knew he wanted to make a life at sea for himself. Jacques began his professional sailing career with the Maine Windjammer fleet up in Rockland Maine spending his summers sailing Penobscot Bay and winters aboard the Tall Ship Lynx transiting the east coast. Jacques and his partner went on to purchase the 1886 Schooner Isaac H. Evans, rescuing the historic vessel and breathing new life and programming into her. Now he looks forward to sharing the beauty of Tree of Life and New England waters with the community

Samuel Glenn

CHIEF MATE Samuel Glenn
Chief Mate Samuel Glenn was born in the vast confines of a New York City suburb. In his college years he took off to sail the Caribbean islands, thru hike the Appalachian Trail, Colorado Trail, and Israeli National Trail. In 2017, after a prolonged graduation with a bachelor's degree in hand, he sought work with Hurricane Island Outward Bound School, where he learned fundamental seamanship. He then took his skillset aboard Tall Ship Lynx as a deckhand where he came away with a zest for marlinespike seamanship. After a few more seasons of sailing for Outward Bound, he and his wife Ashley set sail for many adventures together at sea. Directly following a 4,500 nautical mile sea journey, Sammy hit the books and passed his Captains
licensing exams in both the US and British systems. His first commands were the 1924 72’ classic schooner Bagheera and 1926 53’ schooner Heart's Desire for Portland Schooner Company. He now joins Schooner Tree of Life as Chief Mate and vibe curator

Zenalyssa Packer

Deckhand Zenalyssa Packer
Zenalyssa Packer grew up in the mountains of Massachusetts while sailing the summers in Rhode Island Sound, Vineyard Sound, and Long Island Sound. The summer after graduating high school, she saw Tree of Life at her sailboat’s homeport in Jamestown, Rhode Island and became immediately interested. She worked as crew until October 2023, and fell in love with Tree of Life. During the winter months, Zenalyssa worked on Mystic Whaler in Oxnard, California to help teach youth and adults about sailing and the sea. Zenalyssa is excited to rejoin Tree of Life as crew next summer


Frequently Asked Questions

How much to charter TREE OF LIFE?

TREE OF LIFE has a weekly charter price starting at $26,600 and an estimated daily charter price of $4,430.

TREE OF LIFE can accommodate 6 sleeping guests on board in 3 cabins, with the ability to cruise with up to 12 guests and entertain groups up to 25 guests while at anchor or moored at a marina.

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Yacht nameTREE OF LIFE
Speed (cruising)16.7kph / 9kn
Speed (max)16.7kph / 9kn
EngineCummins B210
FlagUnited States
BuilderCovey Island Boat Works
DesignerTed Brewer