|Guest cabin configuration:|
|2 King, 2 Queen, 1 Twin with extra Pullman berth|
|Home port||Marina Fort Louis, St Martin, Caribbean Leeward Islands|
Home port: Marina Fort Louis, St Martin, Caribbean Leeward Islands
Winter cruising area: Florida, Bahamas, Cuba
Summer cruising area: New England
The Galley is accessed to port of the formal dining area and features a stew pantry/ service area before opening up into the full storage and working area. There is privacy door separating this area from the dining. Extra freezer/refrigeration is available in the crew quarters.
On-deck Master: The Master Suite is forward on -deck with a King size bed. The en suite luxurious bath features rich Italian marble floors and counters, Jacuzzi tub, walk in shower, double sinks and private toilet with bidet.
There are 2 guest staterooms below amid ship (King and Twin w/ pullman) and another 2 guest staterooms (Queens) below aft. All are en suite, offer iPod docking stations and full AV entertainment with flat screen TV's.
*Each guest stateroom has en-suite facilities with Jacuzzi tubs and integrated showers. Mini- self service refrigerators are installed in each guest room. All guest areas and staterooms offer satellite service, Kaleidescape, Blue Ray systems and iPod connectivity.
The Sky lounge features a full bar with stool seating, game table, corner sofa arrangement and 55" edge lit LCD TV. Al fresco dining and seating aft provides an alternate setting to the formal dining below while further aft of this is a perfect cocktail seating area. Up another level on the Sun Deck guests can enjoy cocktails by day or night in the Jacuzzi, at the full bar or in one of the chaise lounges.
Entering the foredeck via the forward bridge area are twolarge sun beds to port and starboard - this private guest spot is still away from the lower foredeck working area where the smaller jet tender and waverunner are situated.
*Photography by Kristina Strobel
35' Scout center console w/ 3 x V8 engines (NEW 2015), 16' Novurania, 1 x three person waverunner, 1 Seadoo Spark two person waverunner (New June 2015), 2 x Seabobs (New Feb 2015), 4 x Paddleboards , 2 x two person Kayaks, 14' Hobiecat Wave , NEW Tri-deck water slide (New as of August 2015) , Snorkeling equipment , TRX Exercise System with videos, Power bands, Yoga mats, BBQ, Towable Toys: wakeboard, water skis, inflatable toys, Dive Gear (Rendezvous Diving), Board Games
Captain Todd Likins
Captain Scott Gaffga, USA
Scott Gaffga was raised in the Florida Keys, being that the keys are islands he spent most of his time in and around the water. He was one of the kids that had to get in a boat to get the football from the water after a field goal was kicked! Scott grew up working on any boat he could just so that he could get out on the water. Scott continued to work on fishing and diving boats through high school realizing however that his options were limited in the Keys so he took a land based job, moving him to Fort Lauderdale - the heart of yachting. He ultimately left his shore based job soon after as a deckhand on a large yacht, working his way up the ranks quickly.
Scott has an extensive background in charter and loves the variety of people that it brings to yachting. Sharing his passion and knowledge with guests is just as much part of the enjoyment of the job. When not aboard, he has a home in Jupiter, FL and enjoys every second he can with his wife and 2 kids.
Chef Kevin Eastman, USA
Born in Honolulu on a Military base, Kevin spent the early years of his life in the Pacific. He lived on Midway Island and later moved to Virginia. Kevin fell in love with cooking at a young age spending time with his Grandma. She shared her knowledge and way around the kitchen. After studying emergency medicine, he attended Johnson & Wales University in Norfolk, Virginia where he received his Culinary Degree. Kevin has cooked across the country at a variety of restaurants, resorts, and country clubs as sous and executive chef. His favorite locations include Sun Valley, ID, Bald Head Island, NC, & Virginia Beach. While working at the Clevelander Hotel in Miami Beach, he happened to drive by the Miami Boat Show and got the "salt fever". Shortly after that he started working on yachts as a chef and hasn't left yachting! When Kevin isn't creating tantalizing flavors for your palette, you can find him parachuting, riding his motorcycle or doing crossfit. Feel free to stop by the Galley and see Kevin in action...read more
First Officer Jesse Clinton,USA
Jesse is originally from Savannah, Georgia. Jesse fell in love with boating at a young age. He spent his childhood sailing the east coast with his family. He learned how to sail at an early age and has a keen understanding of the ocean. By the age of 10 he knew his lifelong dream was to be a captain. When he was a teenager, he sailed the tall ship circuit and eventually taught sailing to young adults. At age 18 he earned his captain's license with plans of making yachting his career. Jesse has spent the past several years crewing aboard sailing yachts & busy charter motor yachts. His calm demeanor and being a natural on the ocean makes him the perfect crew member. He enjoys all water sports, especially wake boarding, surfing, and paddleboarding. He is also very creative and likes a good challenge.
Chief Stewardess Maggie Delozier, USA
Maggie was born and raised in the beautiful state of Vermont. When she was 9, she moved with her family to the warmer climate of California. She has many memories, growing up of doing road trips across the states. These family adventures unleashed a passion for traveling. Before yachting, Maggie worked as a waitress at a 5 star restaurant in California. It is there that Maggie learned the fine art of service and she quickly became a natural. In 2011, she moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida to start a career in yachting. Since then she has been crew on board a sailing yacht & a busy charter motor yacht. She has enjoyed her time cruising the Bahamas and Caribbean and is excited to continue her journey on "Just Enough". When Maggie isn't sailing the blue waters, she enjoys the outdoors, tennis, fitness, and her favorite: baking.
Chief Engineer Adam Mercer,USA
Originally from Rhode Island, Adam developed a love for the ocean at a very young age. He spent his summers fishing, boating and working at local marinas in his hometown of Barrington. Upon graduating with a focus on Mechanical Engineering he decided to move to Florida. Shortly after discovering the yachting industry, Adam found his technical background, formal education, and hands on marine experience could be utilized aboard a yacht. He now holds a 100 Ton Master Captains license as well as an Engineering license through the U.S. Coast Guard. Adam's primary concern is the safety of guests and crew aboard, while ensuring the vessel is maintained to a high standard. Adam's positive outlook and calm demeanor make him a perfect crew member for "Just Enough". When he is off the vessel, Adam enjoys fishing, spearfishing, and mountain biking, or working on his own boat. In the near future he has plans to fully restore a 1980 sport- fishing boat.
Bosun/ 2nd Engineer Simon Gonzales, Nicaragua
Raised as the son of a farmer, Simon's roots are in Juigalpa Chontales, a town in Central Nicaragua. At the age of 15, his family moved to Jaco, Costa Rica where he developed an unconditional love for the ocean. Simon began as a mate on a sportfishing boat called Super Fly out of the beautiful Los Sueños Marina. His experience and skills were valuable on Super Fly as they competed and won 2nd place in the 2010 World Championship. He is known for being one of the "very best fisherman". His love for fishing opened the door into yachting when the owner of Super Fly decided to buy M/Y Just Enough. He has now been in the industry for 4 years. Simon is an avid sports enthusiast and he especially enjoys baseball, soccer and has even boxed at a semi-professional level. He currently owns a farm not far from his hometown, where he raises cattle and supports his family of five children. Simon's love for life and positive attitude will be sure to make your experience on J.E. an exceptional one.
Second Stewardess Kiana Takairangi, Australia
Kiana comes from Cronulla, in beautiful Sydney Australia, but is considered a Mozzie (Maori-Aussie) with her mother originating from New Zealand and her father from the exotic Cook Islands. She is a passionate sports lover and has spent most of her years competing in numerous sports including Rugby Union & League but most recently American Football for a Los Angeles based team. She has been in the yachting industry for almost 2 years and loves the joys and adventures of travelling the world. She is delighted to be a part of the JE team and will be doing her best to use her bubbly personality and smile to ensure your trip on "Just Enough" is memorable!
Third Stewardess Dakota Dance, USA
Dakota was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her Father was in the U.S Navy for 22 years, growing up she had lived in 5 different states. Her family settled in the very vibrant city of New Orleans when she was 11 years old. When Dakota started college she began to work at a 5* Restaurant in the heart of the French Quarter. This is where she found her love for service, she immediately changed her major from Business Marketing to Hospitality. When Dakota found out about yachting she knew it would be a great way for her to put her two loves for travelling and hospitality together. She has been in yachting for a year and travelled the South of Florida and Bahamas, loving every minute of it. She is thrilled to be a part of the "Just Enough" Crew and looks forward to the journey that lies ahead.
Deckhand Carson Reddick, USA
Carson was born in Houston, Texas where both his parents were avid sailing enthusiasts (literally his mom's water broke when she was sailing with his dad). His family then moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1997 where he was raised. Carson grew up on a farm on a lake where he spent his childhood sailing with his dad. It was here that he fell in love with boating. At 17, Carson left Nashville to attend the University of Tennessee to study marketing. At University he joined the varsity sailing team and started to sail more competitively. He became a certified sailing instructor and worked as an instructor in Maine during the summer of 2013. He moved to south Florida in the fall of 2014 to attend a professional maritime academy in order to make his passion an occupation. He is really excited for the adventures and travel that lie ahead on M/Y Just Enough. Carson is looking forward to hanging out with you on the water.
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