|Guest cabin configuration:|
|1 King, 4 Queen en-suite guest cabins with A/C|
|Built||1996 (Refit 2012/13)|
|Children Allowed||Yes (Min. age: Watersafe)|
|Home port||Yacht Haven Grande, St Thomas, US Virgin Islands|
Kelea, pronounced Kah-leah, is a luxury Jeantot Privilege 65 catamaran built in 1994 and has since had an extensive refit to meet all modern day standards. Her interior’s French Beechwood finishing has a very warm comfortable feeling and the exterior has over 2200 square feet of deck space complete with three large cushioned lounging areas and two trampolines providing plenty of sunny relaxation areas.
Kelea can host up to 10 guests with a master king guest suite, as well as 4 equal queen-berth guest suites, all with their own private shower, head and air conditioning.
Home port: Yacht Haven Grande, St Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Winter cruising area: Caribbean Virgin Islands
Summer cruising area: Caribbean Virgin Islands
WiFi Internet: WiFi available
Air Conditioning: Full
Adult Water Skis
Fishing Type: Light
Dinghy: 16 ft
Dinghy Outboard HP: 70
Scuba Terms: Up to 5 dives per week with gear are included for certified divers
Scuba Available Onboard: Yes
Dive Tanks: 8
Captain's Scuba License: Master
Dive Regs: 8
Number of dives per week: 5
Dan & Alli Shivone
Captain Dan’s passion for the water started at an early age along the coast of Delaware. He developed his skills after moving to Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, where he learned to read the wind and the water for both surfing and sailing. He obtained his Captain’s license in North Carolina, and quickly began guiding on the water and sharing his love of nature and the sea.
Dan worked on Bald Head Island, North Carolina helping in the development of an outdoor adventure company. He obtained his US Sailing Association Certification and American Sailing Association Certification, and began instructing others on sailing. During which and since, he has owned several personal sailboats and captained others, allowing him to learn and hone in his skill as a Captain.
Alli was born on the East Coast where as a young girl she grew up with a passion for the ocean and adventure passed to her by her father. In High School, Alli participated in multiple Outward Bound wilderness classes, and from there the adventure never stopped. She attended the University of North Carolina Wilmington, during which time she began working for the same sailing and kayaking company where she met her husband, Dan.
Alli has grown up with a passion for cooking food, that not only tastes good and looks good, but that is good for you. She began cooking at a young age, preparing meals for her family of five, and continues to create beautiful dishes with love and artistry...read more
Dan and Alli met in the Summer of 2009 on Bald Head Island, North Carolina, where they worked running kayak trips and sailing excursions. Together they managed the company, never losing sight of their passion for travel. From the North Shore of Hawaii, to the coastlines of Costa Rica, the couple began their adventures together starting that summer. After sailing their personal sailboat, Goose, over 2,500 miles from North Carolina to the Bahamas and back they discovered their love for the islands.
They moved to the Virgin Islands to pursue their love for the sea and sailing, where they began working for a popular watersports company. Dan captained a 50ft catamaran, running day charters around the BVIs and USVIs, and Alli managed the hotel’s land and sea based watersports activities, meanwhile obtaining her certifications to crew. They continued to get out on the water to snorkel, surf, fish etc. whenever the opportunity allowed. Whether searching for lobsters, searching for waves, or simply sailing, they always enjoy their time spent on the water.
One of their favorite quotes is, “The Virgin Islands were meant to be viewed from the water.” Pentesilea II has allowed them to share their love for the islands, the sea, and all the two have to offer, with all of her guests.
|Winter 2017 to 2018||$24,500||$24,500||$24,500||$25,000||$25,500||$26,000||$26,500||$27,500||$28,500|
|Winter 2018 to 2019||$24,500||$24,500||$24,500||$25,000||$25,500||$26,000||$26,500||$27,500||$28,500|
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 Kelea!
Dan & Alli were exceptional! We thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of this vacation. We could not ask for a better crew.
Kelea was so spacious and clean at all times. If you could clone Alli and Dan every charter would be filled at all times. They are truly a gem!
The food was Spectacular! Alli is so talented. Every meal was well presented. We were treated like Kings and Queens! I want to take Alli home.
Dan was so knowledgeable about every area we travelled and gave us a lot of history about each island we visited.
No improvements needed at all! It was a trip of a lifetime! We will be back on Kelea soon! I will highly recommend to all friends and family!
Paula J, aboard Catamaran Kelea April 2018 sailing the Virgin Islands
We had a fantastic time, couldn't have been better. Dan and Allie were a wonderful crew. Everyone had a great time.
Patrick F, aboard Catamaran Pentesilea II April 2017 sailing the Virgin Islands