Price from: €11,865
High season rate: $16,065
Rate includes all meals, standard bar with local rum, beer, House wines (Chilean/Argentinian wines - 1 bottle per person per day), juices and soft drinks, fuel and airport pickup on arrival day. Check in at the marina is between noon and 3pm.
Rates exclude 10% tax, pickup or drop off in other locations, Guatemala entry/exit fees, rendezvous diving, ASA courses, gratuity, meals or purchases onshore.
One Way Pickup or Drop Off in San Pedro/Caye Caulker $500 each way; Placencia $700 each way.
4 night minimum year round, except Christmas/New Year which is 7 night minimum. Holiday rates are based on the 6 pax rate and incur a 10% holiday premium.
TV Screen with DVD player
Ipod / stereo CD player / Indoor and outdoor speakers
Sirius satellite radio
Extensive library of movies, books & games
Captain: Eric Ortega
Crew schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed 30 days prior to arrival.
A born and bred “San Pedrano” (referring to the residents of San Pedro, Ambergris Caye), Eric was privileged to have grown up on one of the most classic island fishing villages in the world. He also divided time during his younger years in the village of “Crooked Tree”, home of the Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, a protected area dubbed one of the best birding sites in Belize.
After his studies, Eric joined his uncle in the tourism industry, learning to captain tour boats for several years before achieving his Divemaster, then his SSI Dive Instructor certifications. Being a lover of the ocean, sailing has become a huge passion for Eric, so combining his tour guiding experience with the ability to sail his guests down the magnificent barrier reef of Belize, to remote islands and unrivalled snorkel spots means you are in for a trip of a lifetime!
Kainie has been chef for Belize Sailing Vacations since early 2014. In addition to providing guests exquisite meals on every charter, her thoughtful detailing and magic touches go the extra mile – she knows how to throw a party! Growing up the eldest in a family of 5, Kainie learned to cook from an early age. At home, recipes were handed down from Grandma and shared between the aunts. That sparked her love of the kitchen, the spot her Grandma called, “el corazon de la casa (the heart of the home).
As an island girl, Kainie has been in love with the Caribbean Sea and marine life from an early age. She learned to dive at the age of 12, a sport that she finds relaxing up to today. Kainie is truly passionate about sharing her country to those willing to have a memorable time in Belize.