CEDAR ISLAND

$56,000 - $60,000 / WEEK
Master
Salon
Fly Bridge - Sun Deck
Jacuzzi
Fly Bridge - Jacuzzi
Jacuzzi
Sea Do Wave Runner (2)
15' Novurania Tender
Country Kitchen
Cruise in Style and Luxury - Cedar Island

Cedar Island comfortably sleeps eight in an exceptional four stateroom layout that features an exquisite master suite and three VIP suites. The master has an ADJOINING study which may be used as an additional cabin. Crew quarters are located in aft and accommodate four.

BUILT/REFIT
YEAR
2016 softgoods upgrades
YACHT
LENGTH
106 Ft
NUMBER OF
CABINS
4
NUMBER OF
GUESTS
8
TOTAL
CREW
3
CHARGES
FROM
$56,000
Accommodations
Cabins: 4
Queen: 1
Single Cabins: 1
Showers: -
Electric Heads: -
Engine Details
-
Fuel Consumption: 110
Cruising Speed: 20
Max Speed: 25US Gall/Hr
Details
Type: Power
Beam: 23 Feet
Draft: 5.7 Feet
Pax: 8
Refit: 2016 softgoods upgrades
YearBuilt: 2003
Builder: Lazzara
Flag: US
SatTv: Yes
Jacuzzi: Yes
A/C: Full
Locations
Winter Area: Bahamas, Florida
Summer Area: New England
Pick Up Locations
Pref. Pick-up: -
Other Pick-up: -


Amenities
Salon Tv/VCR: Yes
Salon Stereo: Yes
Sat Tv: V-Sat for offshore
Camcorder: No
Books: -
Board Games: Yes
Deck Shower: Yes
Water Maker: YES
Special Diets: Yes
Kosher: Yes
BBQ: Yes
Minimum Age: no
Inverter: yes
Voltages: 208 3 phase
Water Maker: YES
Ice Maker: Yes
Sailing Instructions: -
Internet Access: Onboard WIFI
Hairdryers: Yes
Guests Smokes: on aft deck
Crew Smokes: No
Pets Aboard: No
Hammock: No
Water Sports
Dinghy size: 15ft 2006 RIB
Dinghy hp: 90
Water Skis Adult: 2
Water Skis Kids: No
Jet Skis: -
Kneeboard: No
Windsurfer: No
Snorkel Gear: Yes
Tube: 1
Scurfer: No
Wake Board: 1
Kayaks 1 Pax: No
Kayaks (2 Pax): No
Floating Mats: No
Swim Platform: yes
Boarding Ladder (Loc/Type): Yes, 2 x side
Sailing Dinghy: -
Beach Games: No
Fishing Gear: Yes
Gear Type: limited
Rods: 6 fishing rods
Captain
Brent Holleman
Nation: American
Languages: German, English
First Mate
Marlando Forrester
Nation: Jamaican
Barbara Sweeney American

Capt Brent BIO:
Brent's love for the sea started at a very early age as a young sailor racing sailboats at the neighborhood yacht club in Miami, Florida.

His grandfather was a Miami restauranteur and avid fisherman in the Florida Keys and and passed his skills on to Brent. As the years passed and Brent was growing up he always enjoyed working and hanging around shipyards and marinas cleaning boats and learning about the trade. His grandmother was a yacht broker and her fleet always needed maintenance, washing down, polishing, varnishing and fueling. Eventually he started docking, fueling and moving boats around the marina.

His father was also a restauranteur as well as a captain and taught him the skills to run a boat. From there he was to sail around the world on a 45 foot ketch. It was here that Brent began mastering the fundamental of seamanship and navigation. He was to realize the special demands of the sea, cruising, outfitting and maintaining yachts

After a year of great experiences and lessons exploring charted and uncharted waters of the Bahamas, Virgin Islands, Leeward and Windward Islands of the Caribbean in and out of ports and anchorages, the trip abruptly came to an end. He was to come home and go to college and help out the family business, where he became a noted and very successful gourmet chef and restaurateur who's training took him all over North America and Europe. His life as a captain at sea would have to take a second place for a time.

He kept his skills honed thru the next years by owning and bareboat chartering power and sailing vessels in the 40-50 foot range. Then in late 2001 Brent was to put his interest for the sea back in first place, he retired from the restaurant business and has reestablished himself as a captain in the yachting industry. He tested and received the official 200 ton MCA/RYA Yachtmaster license for all oceans with a power driven craft endorsement and USCG 200 ton Master Merchant Marine Officer with sailing and assisted towing endorsements and STCW 95. He is a Certified Diver and has logged many thousands of nautical miles over the East Coast Of the United States, Bahamas, Caribbean, Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

Today Brent is the captain on Cedar Island and maintaining her to the highest standards, while cruising the oceans finding great friends, quaint ports
and anchorages.


Marlando Forrester - First Mate
Marlando is a native of Clarendon, Jamaica where he grew up on the beautiful beaches and spent much of his leisure time in the water fishing, diving and enjoying the aquatics. He is well traveled, spending time in the Caribbean, Europe and throughout the Americas.
Known for his overall handy-man work, Marlando offers a variety of services and experience as First Mate. He is mechanically inclined and capable of handling various tasks on-board, below deck and underwater. He maintains the vessel through waxing, polishing, refurbishing, varnishing, teak repair and some electrical and plumbing as well. He is quite the exceptional cook, capable of preparing delicious Island cuisine and some Italian and American dishes as well. He is a non-smoker and a non-drinker and able to assess situations in an expedient and rational manner. Marlando enjoys fishing and is excited to assist throughout your time with us

Mariana Schilling Jefimove - Chief Stew
Born and raised in Estonia, Mariana’s love of the water and travel combined with her guest/client relationships and extensive experience in the service industry landed her into yachting. Been living in England, Asia and USA she has acquired wide international approach to customer service and relations.
She enjoys all the organizational aspects of job and prides herself on providing guests with an excellent level of service. She is expert at adapting to anybody own personal style to make everybody’s stay onboard memorable.

Chef: – a competent Crew Member will be selected and hired by the Captain as appropriate for the Charter Party



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Rates are Plus Expenses
South Florida DAY CHARTER Rate $11,000/day plus Freelance Chef ($350/day)

New England DAY CHARTER Rate $10,000/day plus Freelance Chef ($350/day)

Med Term pricing is cost (cost of the boat) + VAT (country tax) + APA (operating and provisioning expenses). The cost is the weekly rate for the charter. The VAT and APA are calculated on the cost of the boat and paid in addition to that base price. The APA covers: fuel, water, food, licenses, alcohol, and any specific items you would like provided to you. APA money that is not used for provisioning would be reimbursed to you- or, if you spend over the amount, they would charge you. The Captain keeps track of expenses and would let you know if you’re reaching your APA limit. This is the industry standard for the region.

Caribbean Terms or Caribbean Inclusions refer to all-inclusive rates. These boats are typically catamarans and monohulls and are found in the Caribbean.

Most (but not all) motor-yachts and sailing vessels in the Med are Med Rate terms.

The yachts featured on our website will specifically state which type of pricing they offer.

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Available

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Booked

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Hold

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Unavailable

  • : Power
  • : 23 Feet
  • : 5.7 Feet
  • : 8
  • : 2016 softgoods upgrades
  • : 2003
  • : Lazzara
  • : 20
  • : 25
  • : No
  • : Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
  • : Brent Holleman
  • : US
  • : Yes
Accommodations
Cabins: 4
Queen: 1
Single Cabins: 1
Showers: -
Wash Basins: -
Heads: 6
Electric Heads: -
Engine Details
-
Fuel Consumption: 110
Cruising Speed: 20
Max Speed: 25US Gall/Hr
Details
Refit: 2016 softgoods upgrades
Helipad: No
Jacuzzi: Yes
A/C: Full
Locations
Winter Area: Bahamas, Florida
Summer Area: New England
Pick Up Locations
Pref. Pick-up: -
Other Pick-up: -


Amenities
Salon Tv/VCR: Yes
Salon Stereo: Yes
Sat Tv: V-Sat for offshore
# of Videos: -
# DVDs/Movies: 100
# CD's: -
Camcorder: No
Books: -
Board Games: Yes
Sun Awning: Yes
Deck Shower: Yes
Bimini: No
Water Maker: YES
Special Diets: Yes
Kosher: Yes
BBQ: Yes
# Dine In: yes
Minimum Age: no
Generator: 2
Inverter: yes
Voltages: 208 3 phase
Water Maker: YES
Water Cap: 600 gal
Ice Maker: Yes
Sailing Instructions: -
Internet Access: Onboard WIFI
Gay Charters: Yes
Nude: No
Hairdryers: Yes
# Port Hatches: 6
Guests Smokes: on aft deck
Crew Smokes: No
Pets Aboard: No
Pet Type: -
Guest Pets: No
Children Ok: Yes
Hammock: No
Windscoops: No
Water Sports
Dinghy size: 15ft 2006 RIB
Dinghy hp: 90
Dinghy # pax: 6
Water Skis Adult: 2
Water Skis Kids: No
Jet Skis: -
Wave Runners: 2
Kneeboard: No
Windsurfer: No
Snorkel Gear: Yes
Tube: 1
Scurfer: No
Wake Board: 1
Kayaks 1 Pax: No
Kayaks (2 Pax): No
Floating Mats: No
Swim Platform: yes
Boarding Ladder (Loc/Type): Yes, 2 x side
Sailing Dinghy: -
Beach Games: No
Fishing Gear: Yes
Gear Type: limited
Rods: 6 fishing rods
Captain
Brent Holleman
Nation: American
Languages: German, English
First Mate
Marlando Forrester
Nation: Jamaican
Barbara Sweeney American

Capt Brent BIO:
Brent's love for the sea started at a very early age as a young sailor racing sailboats at the neighborhood yacht club in Miami, Florida.

His grandfather was a Miami restauranteur and avid fisherman in the Florida Keys and and passed his skills on to Brent. As the years passed and Brent was growing up he always enjoyed working and hanging around shipyards and marinas cleaning boats and learning about the trade. His grandmother was a yacht broker and her fleet always needed maintenance, washing down, polishing, varnishing and fueling. Eventually he started docking, fueling and moving boats around the marina.

His father was also a restauranteur as well as a captain and taught him the skills to run a boat. From there he was to sail around the world on a 45 foot ketch. It was here that Brent began mastering the fundamental of seamanship and navigation. He was to realize the special demands of the sea, cruising, outfitting and maintaining yachts

After a year of great experiences and lessons exploring charted and uncharted waters of the Bahamas, Virgin Islands, Leeward and Windward Islands of the Caribbean in and out of ports and anchorages, the trip abruptly came to an end. He was to come home and go to college and help out the family business, where he became a noted and very successful gourmet chef and restaurateur who's training took him all over North America and Europe. His life as a captain at sea would have to take a second place for a time.

He kept his skills honed thru the next years by owning and bareboat chartering power and sailing vessels in the 40-50 foot range. Then in late 2001 Brent was to put his interest for the sea back in first place, he retired from the restaurant business and has reestablished himself as a captain in the yachting industry. He tested and received the official 200 ton MCA/RYA Yachtmaster license for all oceans with a power driven craft endorsement and USCG 200 ton Master Merchant Marine Officer with sailing and assisted towing endorsements and STCW 95. He is a Certified Diver and has logged many thousands of nautical miles over the East Coast Of the United States, Bahamas, Caribbean, Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

Today Brent is the captain on Cedar Island and maintaining her to the highest standards, while cruising the oceans finding great friends, quaint ports
and anchorages.


Marlando Forrester - First Mate
Marlando is a native of Clarendon, Jamaica where he grew up on the beautiful beaches and spent much of his leisure time in the water fishing, diving and enjoying the aquatics. He is well traveled, spending time in the Caribbean, Europe and throughout the Americas.
Known for his overall handy-man work, Marlando offers a variety of services and experience as First Mate. He is mechanically inclined and capable of handling various tasks on-board, below deck and underwater. He maintains the vessel through waxing, polishing, refurbishing, varnishing, teak repair and some electrical and plumbing as well. He is quite the exceptional cook, capable of preparing delicious Island cuisine and some Italian and American dishes as well. He is a non-smoker and a non-drinker and able to assess situations in an expedient and rational manner. Marlando enjoys fishing and is excited to assist throughout your time with us

Mariana Schilling Jefimove - Chief Stew
Born and raised in Estonia, Mariana’s love of the water and travel combined with her guest/client relationships and extensive experience in the service industry landed her into yachting. Been living in England, Asia and USA she has acquired wide international approach to customer service and relations.
She enjoys all the organizational aspects of job and prides herself on providing guests with an excellent level of service. She is expert at adapting to anybody own personal style to make everybody’s stay onboard memorable.

Chef: – a competent Crew Member will be selected and hired by the Captain as appropriate for the Charter Party



N
N
Rates are Plus Expenses
South Florida DAY CHARTER Rate $11,000/day plus Freelance Chef ($350/day)

New England DAY CHARTER Rate $10,000/day plus Freelance Chef ($350/day)

Med Term pricing is cost (cost of the boat) + VAT (country tax) + APA (operating and provisioning expenses). The cost is the weekly rate for the charter. The VAT and APA are calculated on the cost of the boat and paid in addition to that base price. The APA covers: fuel, water, food, licenses, alcohol, and any specific items you would like provided to you. APA money that is not used for provisioning would be reimbursed to you- or, if you spend over the amount, they would charge you. The Captain keeps track of expenses and would let you know if you’re reaching your APA limit. This is the industry standard for the region.

Caribbean Terms or Caribbean Inclusions refer to all-inclusive rates. These boats are typically catamarans and monohulls and are found in the Caribbean.

Most (but not all) motor-yachts and sailing vessels in the Med are Med Rate terms.

The yachts featured on our website will specifically state which type of pricing they offer.

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