Sunseeker 40'

St. Barthelemy , The Caribbean
# 3283
from $867.73 / 2 Hour

Entrez vos dates de voyage

Fuel, skippers, towels, soft drinks (open bar), rosé wine, champagne, snorkel gear.  Available for half day & full day trips from St. Barth. Anguilla, St. Martin, VIP airport transfers, and sunset available as well.

Infos de bateau

Length
40
Passenger Capacity
10
Crew Capacity
2
Year Built
2006
Fuel Capacity
600
Cancellation Policy
30 days

Les aménagements

Snorkeling Gear
Yes
Jet ski
Available upon Request
Food/Snacks
Available upon Request
Paddleboards
Yes
Inflatable Extras
No
Boat type
Power
Fishing Gear
No
Tender
No
Local Cruising Fuel
Included
Languages Spoken
English & French
Crew
Captain
Alcoholic Beverages
Champagne, Rose
Towels
Included
Model
2006 Sunseeker 40
Boat category
Cruiser

Les prix

Offered charter packages. Pricings excluding optional items.

Charter - Full day (8 Hours)
$2,107.16
Full day St. Martin (8 Hours)
$2,409.03
Sunset Charter (2 Hours)
$867.73
SXM to SBH Transfer Day Time (1 Hour)
$1,414.64
SXM to SBH Transfer (before 9am or after 5pm) (1 Hour)
$1,823.05
Charter - Half day AM (4 hours (AM))
$1,412.27
Charter - Half Day PM (4 hours (PM))
$1,412.27
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St. Barthelemy

St. Barthelemy

Saint Barthelemy or St. Bart as its more commonly known is a French-speaking island paradise in the Caribbean. The island is well-known for its white-sandy beaches, fantastic resorts and charming mixture of colonial and modern architecture. From its yacht-filled capital of Gustavia where you can discover fantastic local culture and cuisine to its coves and lagoons, there’s simply so much for you to discover when you visit St. Barthelemy.

Get Ready for the Quick Descent. There’s no better place to begin an adventure and exploration of St. Bart than the famously short runway which lies just at the edge of St. Jeans Beach. For those lying on the beach, you can almost reach up and touch the low flying planes as they head into the island. It makes an amazing impression. From here, you can head into Gustavia and begin by exploring this colonial town which was founded several hundred years ago. Oh and you’ll have this exciting take-off to look forward to if you plan on leaving from here too!

Discover a Different Kind of Cul-de-Sac. When most of us see the words “Cul-de-sac,” a very specific picture comes to mind of a suburban, less than interesting neighborhood. The Grand Cul-de-Sac Beach, however, will completely change your perception of the word! This world-famous bay is one of the best places on earth for windsurfing. But that’s not all, just outside of this incredible beach and cove is some of the best fishing waters in the Caribbean. Best of all, you can enjoy the famous year-round warm weather so you can get rid of those winter blue in no time at all!

Charter a Course for an Island Adventure. St. Bart is one of the best places to charter a boat and set yourself free to either explore the great island with its many fantastic beaches, fishing villages and other destinations. It’s also nearby some of the other most famous Caribbean islands. Just north of it is Anguilla and to the south lies St. Kitts and Antigua making St. Bart an incredible place for you to base yourself for a full immersion of the region. Whether you are just hopping down for a quick weekend trip or looking to have a grand adventure through the Caribbean, St. Barthelemy is an amazing place for a truly one of a kind getaway.

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