|Guest cabin configuration:|
|2 Queen en-suite cabins with A/C plus single berth|
|Children Allowed||Yes (Min. age: Water Safe)|
|Home port||Compass Point Marina, St Thomas, US Virgin Islands|
Kailani meaning "Sea and Sky” features the brilliant style of Fountaine Pajot's Helia 44. The catamaran makes for a perfect family vacation or trip with friends. The yacht’s layout features multitude of lounging areas both indoors and outdoors. Reclined seating on the foredeck and built-in pillows on the trampoline create an exciting encounter with nature while sailing along. For the best panoramic views enjoy the sundeck just above the captain's station where you can also take in the action of sailing or chat with the captain himself.
Kailani offers guests two queen cabins including a master queen which expands over the entire starboard hull. An additional single berth forward is available for a child.
Home port: Compass Point Marina, St Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Winter cruising area: Caribbean Virgin Islands
Summer cruising area: Caribbean Virgin Islands, Caribbean Windwards
1 Queen Suite
2 Queen Cabins
Optional Forepeak for 5th person (child or small adult)
A/C 3-zone Cruise-Air
Air Conditioning: Full
Kosher menu available
Other entertainment: Large Floating Mat- Lily Pad
Adult Water Skis
Stephen & Caitie
"We are a U.S. Flagged Charter Crew and we strongly believe in creating unique experiences while sailing throughout the U.S. and British Virgin Islands. Sea to table is our specialty and our passion."
Captain Stephen Cross
Stephen moved to St Thomas from Hilton Head Island, SC where he operated a kayak nature tour. He really enjoyed seeing people interact with the surrounding beauty and loved to facilitate their personal experiences with nature. Stephen also spent time working in the restaurant industry on Hilton Head, and he learned to become a very creative mixologist behind the bar! One of his specialties is a Coconut Mojito muddled from coconuts he fresh picks from palms on the beach for guests.
Once Stephen moved to St Thomas, he fully immersed himself in the culture and the lifestyle. He quickly picked up free diving and spear fishing, both as a way of enjoying his days off and spending time on the water and as a a way of treating himself and his friends to delicious, fresh seafood. Stephen is an avid free diver and knows all the best lobster spots in the Virgin Islands. From jumping in the water with a snorkel and mask to seeing his guests taking the first bite of his catch, grilled to perfection, Stephen loves the whole process of “Sea-To-Table.”
Stephen has his USCG Master Captain License and a STCW 95 certification. He has logged over 1000 miles sailing in the Caribbean, visiting almost every island in the Windward chain. Stephen has experience navigating on both open ocean and near-shore bodies of water. He truly enjoys the life of a sailor. On board, guests can easily encourage Stephen to play his guitar or ukulele and sing some ancient Hawaiian songs about the sea or strum and hum some Jack Johnson tunes. He is a high energy captain and couldn’t be more excited about helping to make peoples’ dream vacations better than they ever could imagine...read more
This being Stephen’s second season as a captain aboard a term charter yacht, he knows ALL the secrets the US and British Virgin Islands have to offer and he has made a lot of friends along the way. It will not be uncommon to pull into a little beach bar and receive the local treatment when guests arrive with Captain Stephen!
Chef/Mate Caitie Rosko
Caitie has always had an inexplicable love for the ocean. Some of her favorite memories are bass fishing with her dad and hitting the open ocean on her grandfather’s boat. She never understood the meaning of this passion until she moved to the US Virgin Islands in 2013 after obtaining her B.S. in Biology from East Carolina University. That was just the beginning of her travel itch.
A year later she found herself living in South Africa, cage diving with great white sharks and free diving the reef systems off the Mozambique coastline. During this eye opening time, she realized that the ocean was where she was meant to be. She obtained her STCW 95 certification to work as crew aboard yachts and returned to the U.S. Virgin Islands. Then went on to join Stephen and three other crew assisting in the delivery of a catamaran from Tortola to Trinidad, stopping at over fifteen different islands along the way. After spending the next few years working for several different USVI charter companies, Caitie earned her USCG Masters License.
Working in the service industry since she was old enough to hold a job, Caitie has learned all about the importance of creating memorable experiences for guests. She believes it is always about the little things, the attention to detail, and that is what she and Stephen try to capture in every unique charter.
The cuisine is designed with adventure in mind. Sea-to-table is one of Caitie and Stephen’s specialties and they love to get their guests in on the action!
Caitie believes that there is nothing quite like reeling in a fish that they get to filet and prepare for guests just moments later. She delights in creating flavorful, delicious meals that are not only fresh and simple but healthy and beautiful.
Guests that are into photography will also enjoy the expertise of this dynamic crew. Not only do they love to create memorable experiences for their guests, they also enjoy using their drone, photography and video editing skills to creatively share their guest’s unique vacation moments.
|Winter 2018 to 2019||$11,600||$12,200||$12,900||$13,400|
|Winter 2019 to 2020||$11,600||$12,200||$12,900||$13,400|
Listed below are any confirmed reservations or unavailability, as well as current holds / options. Note: this calendar is not always 100% current. Please contact us for more information about available dates aboard this yacht.
Hours required between charters: 24 hours
Contact us for rates and current availability or to book a charter aboard Kailani!