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Sailing Charters On 47ft Cruising Monohull In Vieques, Puerto Rico

Cruising Monohull
1941
47 ft
12 Guests

About This Boat

Experience the great day on the water in Vieques, Puerto Rico by boat! Charter the 47 feet "Shalamar" Cruising Monohull for up to 12 guests. Rate as low as $450 per hour (minimum of 4 hours).

Rate:

• 4 hours: $1,800.00

What To Expect Onboard:

The boat, Shalamar, is a 47 foot vintage 1941 cutter rigged yawl. Like Marauder, she has been lovingly restored and updated with modern conveniences and comfortably accommodates six guests, maximum of 12 passengers.

Includes:

• Sailing
• A stop for swimming (floats provided)
• A guided snorkeling tour (with gear provided)
• Use of our underwater camera 
• Gourmet Lunch
• Open Bar

Details

  • Type: Cruising Monohull
  • Capacity: 12 People
  • Make Model: Cutter Rigged Yawl
  • Year: 1941
  • Rental Minimum: 4 hours
  • Length: 47 ft
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 2 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

Cancellation Policy

• If we cancel your trip due to unfavorable or unsafe weather and/or sea conditions you may reschedule your trip for another day or choose to receive a refund.  

• If you cancel your reservation 48 hours or more in advance you will receive a refund.

• If you cancel your reservation less than 48 hours in advance you will not receive a refund.

• No-shows on the day of the trip will not receive a refund.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there an age limit? Are children welcome on the boat?

There is no age limit and children are always welcome. However, parents/guardians are completely responsible for watching and keeping control of their children as the crew has their own important duties to perform.

Do you sail every day?

We sail most days, however, our business is very dependent on the weather and sea conditions. Your safety is our primary concern so we reserve the right to reschedule or cancel a trip if we determine weather or sea conditions to be unfavorable or unsafe.

If we cancel our reservation do we get a refund?

If Marauder Sailing Charters cancels your trip due to unfavorable or unsafe weather and/or sea conditions you may reschedule your trip for another day or choose to receive a refund. If you cancel your reservation 48 hours or more in advance you will receive a refund less a processing charge. If you cancel your reservation less than 48 hours in advance you will not receive a refund.

What should we bring?

It's a good idea to bring sunscreen (we prefer that you use lotion on board instead of spray to avoid making the deck slippery), a beach towel, extra money for souvenirs and your sense of adventure! If you wear glasses or sunglasses it's a good idea to have a retaining strap for them. Things to leave at your hotel or guest house are valuables, jewelry, electronics and anything that doesn't float or can't get wet that you want to bring back home with you.

What should we wear?

It depends on the trip that you want to take. If you're planning to swim and snorkel you'll want your bathing suit and a change of dry clothes. If you're planning to take the sunset cruise we will not be swimming so you can wear whatever is comfortable. You may want to bring a light sweater or jacket because it sometimes gets chilly after the sun goes down. Please keep in mind that we have a "barefoot" policy on the boat but you should bring sandals or flip-flops for walking on the docks.

Will we get wet?

Probably yes. Although you can choose not to swim or snorkel sometimes there is spray from the ocean on board the boat.

Is there shade on the boat?

Yes, the cockpit of the boat, where everyone sits while underway, has a covered top to provide shade from the intense Caribbean sun.

Is there a bathroom on the boat?

Yes, there is a "head" or bathroom on the boat.

Will we get sea-sick?

Although uncommon, some people are more prone to motion sickness than others. The boat does rock and if you usually get motion sickness it's recommended that you bring your own motion sickness pills as we are not allowed to give them out.

What kind of food do you have on the trips?

For the half and full day sailing & snorkeling trips, we prepare a light lunch made with fresh, local ingredients usually consisting of grilled chicken and homemade salads. For the sunset sailing trips, we prepare a unique variety of hors d'oeuvres. If you, or anyone in your party, has dietary restrictions or food allergies please inform us when making your reservation.

What's included in the open bar?

Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are included in the open bar. We usually stock local beer, a variety of sodas, juices, bottled water and our signature pina colada. While we want you to have a good time, your safety is our primary concern and we reserve the right to limit or stop serving alcoholic beverages to guests at any time. Please enjoy yourselves responsibly.

Is tipping the crew appropriate? If so, how much?

Tipping is by no means required but is very much appreciated if you enjoyed your trip and want to express your gratitude to the crew. There are no percentage "rules" or set amounts as in other industries. If you would like to tip, any amount is appreciated.

Specs

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Wheel steering
  • Fishing gear
  • Inboard Engine
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Furling Headsail
  • Furling Mainsail
  • Head

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Meet Nate

Nate

Member Since Sep 2014

Contact Owner
  • Listing Address
  • 355 Vieques
  • Vieques, Vieques 00765,
  • Puerto Rico
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