Chase grew up in the Imperial Valley of Southern California bordering Mexico. He has always been very active exploring the local mountains and desert lands eventually making his way to the sea as an ocean lifeguard for California State Parks - North County San Diego. He quickly took to surfing and is always looking forward to catching some waves in between sailing trips. Before finding his interest in sailing, he spent several years honing in on mechanical skills while working for geothermal and oil drilling companies in Texas and Nevada. Long stints in the desert heat led him to the cooler mountains of Colorado where he worked for Vail Resorts as a lift operator and spent free time snowboarding back country trails. He then made his way to St. Thomas to get more boating experience where he bought a 23’ Pearson and taught himself to sail on days off from leading snorkel tours which was a great introduction to the best spots around the USVI. After admiring the beautiful boats in port he sought a position as crew wintering in the Caribbean and racing in the summer New England regatta circuit, then obtaining his 100 Ton USCG License. This quickly developed his strong passion for sailing and appreciation for classic vessels which is also shared by his wife Allie. They met through mutual sailing friends, worked together and then decided to acquire a boat of their own - a 1970 LeCompte 33’ which they sailed to her home in Nova Scotia.

Allie grew up in Nova Scotia where she started sailing at a young age. She taught dinghy sailing for many years primarily in Southern California but also in Australia and Vancouver, BC where she worked hospitality jobs in between sailing contracts and travel trips. She spent three summers as a hostess on-board the Rocky Mountaineer educating guests on the local flora and fauna and history of the development of the trans-continental railway as they transitioned from the temperate rainforest of the Pacific Northwest, through the semi-arid desert of British Columbia and onward through the stunning mountainsides of the Canadian Rockies. The Rocky Mountaineer is known for complementing the stunning landscape with delicious fare and Allie greatly enjoyed working alongside the culinary staff in the busy and challenging rail car galleys. She decided to pair the inspiration of the diverse Vancouver culinary scene with her love for sailing and began her career in yachting. She has worked on several vessels in New England and the Caribbean. She spent the summer cruising Nova Scotia on their LeCompte and obtaining her RYA Offshore credential while Chase captained several boats in St Thomas running Boy Scouts of America high-adventure camps, several charters and also teaching catamaran refresher courses.


Type Catamaran
Year Built2020
Size46.00 Ft
Beam25 Feet
Draft5 Feet

Boat Details

Cabins: 3
Queen: 3
Single Cabins: 1
Showers: 3
Wash Basins: 3
Heads: -
Electric Heads: 3

Pick Up Locations

Pref. Pick-up: RH
Other Pick-up: YHG, BVI, limited to 7


Refit: -
Helipad: No
Jacuzzi: No
A/C: Full

Engine Details

2x57hp Yanmar(4JH57) Onan 11Kw Generator
Fuel Consumption: -
Cruising Speed: -
Max Speed: -


Winter Area: Caribbean Virgin Islands
Summer Area: Caribbean Virgin Islands


Salon Tv/VCR: No
Salon Stereo: Yes
Sat Tv: -
# of Videos: -
# DVDs/Movies: -
# CD's: -
Camcorder: No
Books: -
Board Games: -
Sun Awning: No
Deck Shower: Yes
Bimini: -
Water Maker: Aquabase 1
Special Diets: Inq
Kosher: No
# Dine In: 8
Minimum Age: Water Safe
Generator: -
Inverter: Yes
Voltages: 220V
Water Maker: Aquabase 1
Water Cap: 105 Liters per hour
Ice Maker: -
Sailing Instructions: -
Internet Access: Onboard WIFI
Gay Charters: Yes
Nude: Inq
Hairdryers: No
# Port Hatches: -
Guests Smokes: smoking allowed on sugar scoop
Crew Smokes: No
Pets Aboard: No
Pet Type: -
Guest Pets: No
Children Ok: Yes
Hammock: No
Windscoops: No

Water Sports

Dinghy size: Highfield 3.4meter
Dinghy hp: 20HP
Dinghy # pax: 6
Water Skis Adult: No
Water Skis Kids: No
Jet Skis: No
Wave Runners: No
Kneeboard: No
Windsurfer: No
Snorkel Gear: 8
Tube: 8
Scurfer: Yes
Wake Board: No
Kayaks 1 Pax: Yes
Kayaks (2 Pax): No
Floating Mats: -
Swim Platform: -
Boarding Ladder (Loc/Type): Yes, aft
Sailing Dinghy: -
Beach Games: -
Fishing Gear: Yes
Gear Type: Trolling/Spinning
Rods: 2


Honey roasted granola with fruit and yogurt, eggs to order, bacon and sausage, fresh bread

Shakshuka (middle-eastern style baked eggs in spiced tomato sauce with peppers and onions) with onion and herb focaccia

French-toast and banana pancakes with fresh fruit and bacon

Crab-cake eggs Benedict with dill and hollandaise

Filled crepe assortment - fruit, ham and cheese or smoked salmon with scallion cream cheese

Spinach and mushroom frittata with potato hash and sausage

Omelettes to order with fresh English muffins and fruit

Bagels with cream cheese and lox, dill, capers and pickled red onion



Mahi and carne asada tacos on fresh flour tortillas with chipotle crema, salsa Fresca and guacamole, black beans and rice

Thai steak and noodle salad with julienned vegetables, mango, avocado, cucumber and chililime vinaigrette

Lasagna roll ups with bolognese, ricotta and spinach

Sesame-crusted seared tuna with red-cabbage, red pepper, snap pea and carrot slaw, avocado and ginger soy dressing

Drunken noodles (mild or spicy) with chicken, carrot, Napa cabbage, snap pea, topped with bean sprouts, cashews, cilantro and lim

Sweet potato and chickpea falafels and marinated chicken skewers with tahini sauce, lemon hummus, tzatziki, tabbouleh, greek salad and oven-fresh flatbreads

Thin-crust pizzas - mushroom, potato and truffle, margherita, bbq chicken with caramelized red onions, red peppers and roasted corn

Choice of either black bean and cashew or sirloin burgers - topped with caramelized onions and cheese on a toasted brioche bun with herbed potato wedges and a mixed green salad with apple, pickled red onion, toasted sunflower seeds, feta and citrus vinaigrette

Midday Desserts

Lemon and shortbread squares, variety of fresh baked cookies, date/nut/chocolate/ coconut truffles, salted caramel and pretzel blondies, chocolate cake & fruit galettes



Brie baked in fresh puff-pastry with honey and bacon-wrapped dates, crusty bread

Crispy prosciutto-wrapped figs with goat cheese

Coconut shrimp with sweet chili dipping sauce

Bruschetta - classic tomato and butternut squash on ricotta

Charcuterie served with variety of cheeses and fruits, olives and nuts

Caramelized onion and leek tartlets with bacon topped with arugula, shaved parmesan and balsamic



Chicken piccata with lemon and white wine pan sauce, capers, broccolini and fresh linguine

Grilled beef tenderloin with chimichurri, crispy roasted potatoes, glazed carrots

Mahi with herb and citrus gremolata, wild rice pilaf with almonds, pickled red onion and orange rounds

Lobster ravioli with a light lemon tarragon cream sauce and asparagus

Basil gnocchi with honey roasted butternut squash, peas and masala cream topped with toasted walnuts and mint

Pork tenderloin with apple compote and thyme, yam and leek gratin, grilled onions and red peppers

Grilled lobster tail with coconut risotto, garlic and lemon



New York style cheesecake with butter caramel sauce, berry compote

Chocolate, hazelnut and salted caramel tart

Grand Marnier crepes with chocolate sauce and orange slices

Miniature fruit tarts with vanilla custard and apricot glaze

Chocolate fudge brownies with vanilla ice cream and strawberries

Apple tarte tatin with vanilla creme anglaise

Chocolate fondue with fruit

Passionfruit mousse cakes

Banana flambe with vanilla ice cream



Vodka: Tito's

Rum: Cruzan (3-4 Flavors, a Dark, and a Light)

Bourbon: Bulleit

Gin: Bombay Sapphire

Tequila: Milagro

Champagne: La Marca Prosecco

Red/White Wine 

($12-$15 bottles typically): Josh, 19 Crimes, Apothic, Matua, Dark Horse, Oyster Bay

Cordials: Grand Marnier, Espresso Vodka, Amaretto. Frangelica 

Beers: ST. John Brewer's, Leatherback Brewery, Corona

2 Pax 3 Pax 4 Pax 5 Pax 6 Pax
Summer 2021 $17,250 $17,750 $18,250 $18,750 $19,250
Winter 2021 to 2022 $17,250 $17,750 $18,250 $18,750 $19,250
Summer 2022 $17,250 $17,750 $18,250 $18,750 $19,250
Winter 2022 to 2023 $17,250 $17,750 $18,250 $18,750 $19,250
LESS THAN 7 NIGHT CHARTERS: For 6 nights divide by 7N X 6N. For less than 6 nights, divide by 6N X number of nights.
MINIMUM NIGHTS: 6 inquire for less
BVI PORT FEE: Add $400 each end for BVI ports other than West End or Jost
If cruising area includes BVI, rates are PLUS permits, licenses and fees which are to be paid by client.

SLEEP ABOARD: Sleep aboard the night before charter dates. Available for $1,200 per night. Includes snacks, welcome cocktails & continental breakfast. Dinner is to be taken ashore at client expense. EXCLUDES: Christmas and New Year's weeks.

HALF-BOARD OPTION: Includes 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches & 3 dinners, happy hour canapes, standard ships bar and snacks. Other meals ashore at client expense.
2@$16,950 3@$17,300 4@$17,650 5@$18,000 6@$18,350

LOCAL FARE OPTION Includes 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 6 dinners, happy hour canapes, standard ships bar and snacks. Other meals ashore at client expense.
2@$17,100 3@$17,525 4@$17,950 5@$18,375 6@$18,800

CHRISTMAS 1-6 pax $22,000
NEW YEARS: 1-6 pax $24,000
New Years must start no earlier than 12/28
Christmas must end no later than 12/27


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MCA Compliant
All Inclusive.Cruising Permit: Paid by ClientLicenses: Paid by Client

(15 December -30 April)
Caribbean Virgin Islands
(1 May - 14 December)
Caribbean Virgin Islands


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