Under new management, Altesse is a beautiful Lagoon 560 available for charter in the Virgin Islands. She accommodates up to 8 persons in three separate Queen State Rooms plus one Luxury Master Suite. The yacht is bright and spacious, with comfortable interior and exterior lounging and dining spaces; multiple relaxation areas for guests to relish some peace and quiet, as well as space to enjoy time together as a group. Her exclusive signature features are her custom-built ‘champagne lounge’ extending over the water and a full-bimini covered flybridge dining table to enjoy cocktails and canapés whilst taking in the stunning 360 degree scenery. TOYS: 3 Stand Up Paddle Boards, Snorkeling Gear, Floating Mats, 1 2-Person Kayak, 1 Adult Water Ski Set, 1 Kids Water Ski Set, 1 Wake board, 1 Knee board 1 Subwing, 3 Fishing Rods, & Onshore Games. DIVING: Offered Onboard
Altesse accommodates up to 8 people in 3 spacious queen cabins and 1 luxury master suite
|Winter Area:||Caribbean Virgin Islands (US/BVI), Caribbean Virgin Islands (US), Caribbean Virgin Islands (BVI)|
|Summer Area:||Caribbean Virgin Islands (US/BVI), Caribbean Virgin Islands (US), Caribbean Virgin Islands (BVI)|
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|Minimum Age:||Swimming age|
|Internet Access:||Onboard WIFI|
|Guests Smokes:||Transoms only pls|
|Water Skis Adult:||Yes|
|Water Skis Kids:||Yes|
|Kayaks 1 Pax:||-|
|Kayaks (2 Pax):||1|
|Boarding Ladder (Loc/Type):||Stern|
|Gear Type:||Trolling and Casting|
Altesse offers onboard diving. We include 3 dives a week and $50 per person for each additional dive up to 5 total for the week. We do not offer night dives. Up to 6 certified divers at a time, max 1 dive per day, payable aboard to yacht crew. The crew will discuss details during preference calls with guests. Crew provide individual cost estimates based on the guest's requirements. We carry up to 10 sets of gear on board. We don't carry wetsuits but we are happy to handle pick-up and return on the guests behalf.
Diving Costs information
We include 3 dives a week and $50 per person for each additional dive up to 5 total for the week.
Originally from Georgia, Kennon has been sailing since 2011 when he decided to buy a 23’ sailboat from craigslist for $500. It was all downhill from there as sailing fever took hold. He went on to complete a two and a half year double handed circumnavigation (2018 - 2020) aboard his 1971 Tartan 34C Temujin which he still lives aboard and cruises in the off season. With over 33,000 nautical miles of experience, he holds a USCG Master Near Coastal license and works as a freelance captain for deliveries, charters, and sailing/cruising instruction. Prior to making a living on the water, Kennon worked for the Department of State in Washington, D.C. and extensively cruised the Chesapeake Bay. He has a degree in Economics and Chinese (Mandarin) from Wake Forest University and speaks Spanish, French, Mandarin, and Italian as well as bits of Indonesian, Russian, and Arabic. When not sailing Kennon enjoys scuba diving, spearfishing, wakeboarding, reading, dabbling in data science, and continuing to avoid climates where socks are necessary (though an exception is made for snow skiing).
Chef Stephanie Johnson
Stephanie was raised in beautiful Oregon but has spent 20 years throughout the Caribbean. She feels lucky to be able to call both naturally beautiful spots home. After graduating with a Marine Biology degree Stephanie discovered the yachting industry which combined her love of adventure, marine life, sharing food, meeting new people, and generally celebrating life.
Stephanie and her husband owned their own 72ft boat for 15 incredible years. They chartered all winter and traveled in the off season. When her husband passed away she decided she wasn’t done being on the water and had more to learn and explore so, she is back for more adventure. She holds a 100ton USCG Captains license and is excited to share her cooking skills developed in the Pacific Northwest and honed on her travels around the world.
Stephanie’s cooking tends to be on the lighter healthier side bringing in as many of the local ingredients as possible. However, her motto in life is, “Everything in moderation, including moderation!”
|Season||2 PAX||3 PAX||4 PAX||5 PAX||6 PAX||7 PAX||8 PAX|
|Winter 2023 to 2024||$29,500||$30,000||$30,500||$31,000||$31,500||$32,500||$34,500|
|Winter 2024 to 2025||$29,500||$30,000||$30,500||$31,000||$31,500||$32,500||$34,500|