Here’s the BVI catamaran yacht charter MANNA to prove that some BVI sailing charters are built to stand out.
Yacht charter MANNA is offering $3,200 off the next two charters booked in the Virgin Islands for 2017!
The BVI Yacht Show at Nanny Cay in Tortola is a four-day whirlwind of events, boat tours, meals, and crew interviews. At the end of the show, brokers and crews alike are happy but exhausted. Also, they often have to head back to the “real world” right away. For the BVI Catamaran Yacht Charter Manna crews, it means needing to sail over to St. Thomas to do some provisioning. As for the brokers, it means hustling back to start booking charters. Lucky brokers sometimes get to catch a day’s sail with these crews. Call it luxury carpooling. Not a bad way to commute, I can tell you.
I was one of the fortunate ones this year. In fact, I had the privilege of jumping aboard the BVI Catamaran Yacht Charter Manna as she headed over to St. Thomas at the end of the show. I briefly met Captain Wayne and Chef/First Mate Emily Keese during the show. However, a day sail on Y/C Manna really gave me an insight into what guests can expect aboard this 53’ Royal Cape catamaran.
The boat practically speaks for itself. Custom built in 2013, Manna accommodates eight guests in four cabins. The bright and spacious interior salon opens onto the aft cockpit. It’s both open and airy—just perfect for enjoying a cool drink in the British Virgin Islands.
What truly makes BVI Catamaran Yacht Charter Manna special, though, is Wayne and Emily. They bring their big Texas hospitality to the islands. Comfort and professionalism at its finest. Their warmth and good humor instantly made me feel at home. In addition, their attention to detail met my needs, even before I knew what they were!
Emily prepared a delicious light meal of fruits, cheeses, and chicken salad wraps. We really enjoyed the shaded aft cockpit, while she and Wayne shared stories of their memorable chartering experiences. Read about MANNA in the Grenadines
One of the charter experiences they offer is truly unique. Both Wayne and Emily recognize the effort, hard work, and oftentimes, meager income of missionaries around the world. To encourage those in the mission field, BVI Catamaran Yacht Charter Manna offers a free sailing experience once a season through their charity. This is a full charter, just as they would offer other guests, and truly shows their heart through generosity.
We’d love for you to experience the BVI catamaran yacht charter MANNA. Begin planning your trip!
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