Mikelson 64

Puerto Vallarta , Banderas Bay
# 4763
from $2,370.00 / 4 Hour

Entrez vos dates de voyage

This is a beautiful 64' custom yacht that can be used for sport fishing but also for cruising. Truly one of a kind. 

She's powered by twin CAT 1300hp engines and equipped with the latest in electronics & navigation. 

Beyond that, she's incredibly comfortable as you can see in the pictures and perfect for any family or larger group spending some time out on the Mexican waters of Puerto Vallarta. 

Please don't hesitate to inquire on this amazingly unique yacht today as she's available for charter by half & full day. 


Infos de bateau

Length
64
Passenger Capacity
20
Crew Capacity
2
Year Built
1999
Fuel Capacity
1500
Cancellation Policy
Over 48 hours = full refund. 48-24 hours hours = 50% refund. No refunds from Dec 22nd to Jan 7th.

Les aménagements

Fishing Gear
No
Ice, Soda, Water
Included
Jet ski
No
Local Pick Up
Not Included
Food/Snacks
mexican Salsa & chips, Shrimp/Fish Ceviche (day trip) / Cheeses & Deli Meats (Sunset)
Paddleboards
Yes
Inflatable Extras
Yes
Snorkeling Gear
Yes
Boat type
Power
Tender
Yes
Local Cruising Fuel
Included
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
Crew
Included
Alcoholic Beverages
Beer or Wine included
Towels
Included
Model
Mikelson 64
Boat category
Flybridge, Offshore Sport fishing, Motor Yacht

Les prix

Offered charter packages. Pricings excluding optional items.

Full Day Charter (8 Hours)
$4,300.00
6 Hour Charter (6 Hours)
$3,360.00
Half Hour Charter (4 Hours)
$2,370.00
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Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta

Explore this hidden side of Mexico in a Puerto Vallarta boat rental. Check out incredible beaches like Bahia de Banderas, and visit Bucerias for incredible oceanside views of the Pacific. Puerto Vallarta is among the top tourist destinations in Mexico. One of the most popular things to do is to head down to the south shore with its shimmering turquoise blue waters or Yelapa Town which features waterfalls, hiking and a hidden beach! Afterwards, you can head out to the boardwalk for a lovely stroll on the town.

Top Spots around Puerto Vallarta- Both on and off the shore, there are so many great places to see in Puerto Vallarta. Many people head over to Bucerias which is a great little town and surfer’s paradise. Another place you cannot miss is Bahia de Banderas which is one of the best snorkeling spots in the region. Another top destination is the Zona Romantica, which is filled with charming buildings and some great beaches.

Las Marietas Islands have been nicknamed the Mexican Galapagos. Another great destination for scuba and snorkeling, they are located just a few miles off the coast from Puerto Vallarta and are complete with secret beaches to kick back and relax on and are truly just a great sight to see whether from the deck or from the ocean depths!

Snorkeling/Scuba Diving-  With your own boat, you have the freedom to go wherever you want. That said, you might want to be pointed in the right direction to really see some incredible stuff. One place you can’t miss is Los Arcos (the Arches) which is considered to be one of the best spots in the area. There are seasonal changes about the best places so ask your captain and see if he has any secret places that he knows about.

Fishing- It’s really hard to rank this a second. Puerto Vallarta is one of the best fishing destinations in Mexico. And that means a lot because Mexico has some of the finest fishing in the world. Whether you are looking for marlin, sailfish or tuna, the waters off Puerto Vallarta have some of the biggest fish in the game.

Parasailing in Bahia de Banderas, one of the top beaches in Puerto Vallarta.  Year-round the conditions are perfect there for parasailing as the sea is quite calm. If parasailing isn’t your thing, there are a wide variety of other watersports you can do there from water skiing to wakeboarding!

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