|Guest cabin configuration:|
|1 Master Queen, 3 Queen (1 can convert to Twin) en-suite cabins with A/C|
|Children Allowed||Yes (Min. age: None)|
|Home port||Nanny Cay, Tortola, British Virgin Islands|
Tell Star is the latest 2019 Lagoon Seventy 7 offering the ultimate in luxury yacht vacations in the Caribbean.
The yacht’s interior has a layout optimized for space and comfort. The salon is bright, comfortable and roomy and opens not only to the aft cockpit but also directly to the forward cockpit for seamless movement around the yacht. There is a massive flybridge affording an uncompromising 360 degree view. The aft deck includes covered alfresco dining. Spacious decks wrap around this large catamaran.
Tell Star has luxury accommodations for eight guests in an elegantly appointed Master Queen stateroom and 3 Queen en-suite cabins. For additional flexibility, one Queen bed cabin can be converted to Twins.
Step aboard this magnificent yacht for a vacation of a lifetime with your family and friends, guided and provided for by her excellent crew of three.
Home port: Nanny Cay, Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Winter cruising area: Caribbean Virgin Islands, Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards
Tell Star accommodates 8 guests in 4 spacious ensuite queen size cabins including an amazing master stateroom.
Plus the port aft cabin can be either two single beds or converted to a queen berth.
Air Conditioning: Full
Adult Water Skis
Kids Water Skis
Fishing Type: Trolling & Casting
Fishing Rods: 3
Scuba Terms: Diving is included for Certified Divers, maximum 3 dives per week.
Scuba Available Onboard: Yes
Dive Tanks: 10
Captain's Scuba License: Master
Dive Regs: 12
Number of dives per week: 3 per week
No plastic waters bottles on board. Yacht makes its own filtered drinking water from reverse osmosis.
Jack & Jaimey
Captain Jack and First Mate Jaimey are an energetic and fun loving couple that will make you feel relaxed and at ease. They are passionate about sailing and share a love for the Caribbean. Captain Jack has intriguing historical stories about the Caribbean and Jaimey will guide you on snorkeling tours around the best reefs in the area. Jack is from the United States and Jaimey is from the cold north of Canada. Together, these two are a professional hard working team who are enjoying life to the fullest.
Captain Jack was born and raised in Annapolis Maryland sailing the waters of the Chesapeake. He started sailing as a young boy with his father. He studied Nuclear Engineering at the University of Maryland and after served in the US Navy as a submariner. After leaving the Navy, Jack worked for as a Nuclear Engineering consultant for 12 years during which time he obtained a Master's in Business Administration from Johns Hopkins University in Maryland. Jack built sea miles doing deliveries and passages throughout his years in the corporate world. Finally, Jack decided to fulfill his lifelong dream of being a Captain, single handed across the Atlantic and has completed many other crossings and long distance deliveries.
Jack has also skippered numerous recreational vessels, including day sails and dive boats. He has spent the past 7 years in the Caribbean working in the private yacht industry, running charters with up to 10 guests. Jack has a contagious joy for life, and with his experience in sailing, determination and hard work ethic it is ensured that all guests will have a safe, relaxing and delightful vacation...read more
First Mate & Chef
Jaimey was born and raised in Canada where she spent summers on the lakes around Ontario with her family. Jaimey has a Civil Engineering degree from McGill University in Quebec and worked in the Environmental Engineering field following university. Jaimey's love for warmth and water brought her to the Caribbean 6 years ago where she learned to sail. Fine dining and good food is a passion for Jaimey. She enjoys experimenting with new recipes and she is happy to meet all dietary needs, she especially enjoys cooking vegetarian. Jaimey's delightful meals, hard work ethic and caring nature guarantees guests feel relaxed and at home on their vacation.
In addition to a few seasons in the Virgin Islands, Jack and Jaimey have spent the past year chartering in St. Vincent and the Grenadines and St Marin and the Leewards. Their joy for life, great service and easy going nature will ensure your group has a unforgettable vacation leaving you relaxed and filled with lasting memories!
Children of all ages are welcome aboard Split Second!
|Winter 2018 to 2019||$55,500||$56,000||$56,000||$56,500||$56,500||$57,000||$57,000|
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: 48 hours
Contact us for rates and current availability or to book a charter aboard Tell Star!
Split Second was spotless, the flybridge upper deck was our favorite hangout.
Jack and Jaimey are a phenomenal team. The itinerary was perfect and they made it fun.
As a former restaurant owner, with 35 years in the industry, I would have hired Jamie in a heart beat but I know I could never match the view she has from her kitchen. She is talented, precise, and her food presentation is out of a magazine, while ALL being made from scratch, right down to the hamburger buns. The seasoning flavors and textures, are unbelievable, especially for a self trained chef, and she is also a dam good sailor. There are only 2 words; 5 star.
Thanks for all your help arranging the charter, it was a wonderful vacation. If I can ever stop talking about it, I will most likely be booking again, and will certainly refer, Sailing Directions.
Jack W, aboard Catamaran Split Second April 2018 sailing the Virgin Islands
Jack & Jaimey were excellent! They were delightful - looked after our every need and were a joy to be around. Jaimey offered hiking/running suggestions to our son/daughter and Jack amused us with his many tales.
Split Second was very comfortable, clean and the AC was good when required. Fave aspect was the fly bridge.
Food was excellent and always superbly presented. Jaimey satisfied all our needs and always had the hot sauce on the table - as some of us like spicy food! The food was so good, we asked for many of Jaimey’s recipes.
The itinerary was perfect for us and, even though the weather (north swell) wasn’t always kind, we managed to sail to bays we had never visited before.
Always happy with Sailing Directions’ service - can’t think of anything you can improve.
This was our second charter on Split Second and our second visit to the BVIs - we fell in love with the crew and the islands.
Mary W, aboard Catamaran Split Second March 2018 sailing the Virgin Islands