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Voyage Yachts • 2019 • 15.2m







Private yacht


SailingAft guest queen suiteForward gues queen suiteCabin viewForward guest queenGuest head and showerThe little details are taken care of...Bow riderPaddle boardor DiveForequarter of Coral's ReefLounging on the trampsDine alfrescoSnacks under the Caribbean blueThe saloon aboard Coral's ReefSaloon seating areaAll the mod consFrench toast alfrescoEnjoy the wildlife

The luxury charter yacht CORAL’S REEF is a private yacht and we cannot confirm it's availability to charter.

CORAL’S REEF previously offered accommodation for 6 guests in 3 cabins consisting of.

Further guest accommodation was also available in another 3 cabins. The specifications on board the beautifully built 50 ft / 15.2 m CORAL’S REEF launched in 2004 and later refit in 2019 include full air conditioning as well as an extensive list of amenities and toys.



Deck shower

Fishing gear - light


Ice maker

Sun cushions

Water maker



Keanna Rink

Keanna Rink

Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, Keanna knew from a very early age that her future was on the water. Keanna has sailed throughout Southeast Asia, across the Indian Ocean, and down the coast of South Africa. She sailed the whole coast of British Columbia up to Alaska on an engineless boat. She has worked in the Cayman Islands as a dive instructor, and in the British Virgin Islands as a skipper, where she logged thousands of miles teaching cruising courses, guiding dives, and running charters. During the summer, Keanna runs her own sailing company in Vancouver, BC – Venture BC. Keanna is always excited to give her guests a real hands on experience – letting you take the helm and adjust the sails. She will teach you sailing theory, how to navigate with paper charts, or happily take over while you sit back and relax. She looks forward to showing her guests the hidden gems of the BVI.

Marianne Secrest

Marianne was raised with a deep appreciation for the outdoors, which led her to pursue a Bachelors of Science in Forestry, majoring in Natural Resource Management, from the University of British Columbia. Marianne has worked in Ecuador as a biology field technician, and in British Columbia as a Spotted Owl Biologist. She spent years immersed in the Canadian wilderness studying endangered owls and their habitat. When she wasn’t in the woods, she worked as an educator teaching school groups about ecology and biodiversity. More recently, Marianne has been working in the event industry, creating custom carpentry products for clients seeking a personal touch. Marianne is looking forward to sharing her knowledge about the local flora & fauna, as well as preparing her guests delicious meals and beverages.


  • Yacht name


  • Length

    15.2m / 50ft

  • Beam

    8.2m / 26'11

  • Draft

    1.22m / 4'0

  • Speed (cruising)

    13kph / 7kn

  • Speed (max)

    18.5kph / 10kn

  • Hull


  • Flag

    British Virgin Islands

  • Launched


  • Refitted


  • Builder

    Voyage Yachts

  • Designer

    Alex Simonis