Add your new yacht to our charter fleet. We manage and look after her and use income gained from charters to cover the running and maintenance expenses and provide an income to the owner.
We have arrangements with several European boat builders to allow us to supply yachts into our “Charter Management” programs which gives you maximum discount and the ability to customise your yacht specifications. All of our yachts listed exceed the minimum requirements for a charter yacht (they are not just basic charter yachts). Our customers and yacht owners and our charter clients respect the little extras and quality. All yachts listed below are complete ready to go delivered to Bequia with commercial coding. There is generally nothing else to pay.
Alternatively: If you have an existing yacht or catamaran (under 5 years old) that has been well maintained and is coded for charter and are interested in keeping her in the Caribbean, contact us to discuss further to discuss our management and guardinage programmes.
We can provide new yachts from a selection of European builders including Bavaria (preferred), Jeanneau and Beneteau. Nauticat are our preference for catamarans.
The scheme lets you own a yacht whilst we take care of everything else from initial specification to delivery and ongoing maintenance, (you may of course be involved in any or all of these elements), or just enjoy the sailing.
Once commissioned and launched, the yachts will be normally sailed to the Grenadines from Las Palmas to St Lucia in November. This is a fantastic experience and a great way to get to know your new yacht.
Prices below are based on a high specification (this may be varied) and a complete package. Although only indicative they include everything required on the yacht to bring it to a high charter standard and have it coded and delivered to the Grenadines. Prices may vary due to specification and country coding requirements.
Once your yacht is in the Caribbean you will be automatically enrolled in our management program and have your yacht looked after and maintained with the costs being paid by charter income and a surplus income can be gained from the chartering.
If you are buying a NEW yacht and want her looking after to a high standard whilst in the Grenadines, our scheme can be tailored to your requirements. Chartering your yacht may help to pay her running costs and provide additional income and our yacht management program is likely to suit you if you don’t have the time to do all the maintenance yourselves. Income depends on the how much she is chartered and your own usage.
If you are travelling to the Caribbean and may need her looking after, contact us and we can arrange to meet you to discuss. This year 3 yachts that crossed the Atlantic with the ARC have joined our management program and are operating in the Grenadines.
Operating periods can vary in length subject to agreement.
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All prices below are fully inclusive of everything required to sail the boat away – Dinghy, Outboard Life-raft, EPIRB, pots pans , bedding safety gear. Etc.
The cost of delivery is included but if you wish to sail the Atlantic yourselves this cost can be reduced.
Even if you are a little nervous about crossing the Atlantic you should still consider this experience of a lifetime.
Join our crew and possibly cross the Atlantic with the ARC.
Alternatively your yacht can be shipped normally at additional cost.
All of the yachts are highly specified but they can be tuned to your own requirements. Different finishes and fabric colors, teak decks, air-conditioning, generators, alternative sails and dishwashers are just some of the additions available.
Due to popular demand Bavaria have re-launched their “Blue Edition” Yachts these provide a massive saving.
They provide many extras free of charge making Bavaria prices even more attractive.
Whether you want to go on a relaxing holiday cruise with your family, take a short break with friends or just spend a few days alone as a couple – welcome to the CRUISER 41, welcome to a whole lot of fun. The CRUISER 41 is available in a 2- or 3-cabin version. Our CRUISER 41S was designed for sailors with sporty ambitions. She is for the owner who would like to compete in regattas and championships – and wants to be out there with the front runners. A taller mast and a slightly deeper keel are two of the characteristics that distinguish the 41S from her CRUISER sister, the 41.
3-4 flex cabins
3 heads & shower room
The jury said: “European Yacht of the Year 2015”. We say: that comes as no surprise! That is because you would be hard pressed to find another sailing yacht in its class that offers more space, more comfort, more luxury if you want it, and is also this easy to handle. One special feature: if you would like to make 4 cabins out of the 3-cabin version, the huge forward cabin can be transformed into two smaller cabins in just a few steps. Clever and innovative – like everything from BAVARIA.
4 or 5 cabins
2-3 heads plus skippers quarters
The CRUISER 51 is one of our largest sailing yachts. But you hardly notice this when she is sailing, so unbelievably easy does this boat handle. Designed to accommodate up to ten crew members, the standard version comes with three cabins. However, at the owner’s request this could be changed to five cabins – to meet every need.
4 cabins plus saloon and fore peak berths
In the BAVARIA NAUTITECH 40 OPEN, the NAUTITECH design team and star designer Marc Lombard have succeeded in redefining the living space of a cruising catamaran. Whereas in the past the deck saloon and cockpit lounge have tended to be separate worlds, here they have been combined – resulting in a completely new feeling of space.
4 cabins and more
The NAUTITECH 46 FLY was drafted by Marc Lombard, one of the most successful yacht designers in France. The elegant and functional design below deck comes from the pen of Stéphane Roséo and his team at Studio Roséo Design.
Our specification includes a massive range of extras plus Generator and full boat airconditioning
The sailplan and design of the hull are in perfect harmony on the NAUTITECH 54. Whatever course you are on, the wide cut of the gennaker gives perfect adaptability in response to prevailing conditions. In combination with the foresail, the widely extended mainsail keeps the ship moving even with a light wind. And if a complete calm sets in, the two 75 horsepower engines nonetheless give you a comfortable cruising speed.
4/5 flex and skipper cabin
In the BAVARIA C57, everything is bigger and more intense. Enjoy fast cruising supported by technical features like the self-tacking jib, bow and stern thrusters and winches in the cockpit that make sailing child’s play, plus three sunbathing areas and the largest bathing platform in her class for optimum on-board relaxation.
Specification includes Generator and air-conditioning