COLUMBO BREEZE Price per week from. $ 15 000

    Specification
  • Built year / Refit
  • 2004 / 2016
  • Length
  • 20.37 m
  • Crew members
  • 2
    Accomodation
  • Cabins
  • 3
  • Persons per day / per night
  • 6 / 6
  • Showers / Toilets
  • 3 / 3
    Summer Season (January - December)
  • Summer location
  • Caribbean Sea
  • Homeport
  • St. Martin  
  • Price per week
  • $15 000 - $18 000
  • Price per day
  • $2 500 - $3 000
  • APA
     
  • 25%
     
  • VAT
     
  • On request
     
 

Specification Oyster 66

Boat name Builder Built year Length Draft Engine Engine Quantity Cruising speed Cruising consumption Hull type Crew service
COLUMBO BREEZE Oyster Marine 2004 20.37 m 2.03 m Perkins 1 7 0 l/h displacement Crew service!
Category Yacht architect Refit Beam Flag Engine power General Max speed Max. consumption Hull material Crew members
Luxury Sailing yacht Rob Humphreys 2016 5.48 m Cayman Islands 0 hp 9 0 l/h other 2

Accomodation Oyster 66

Cabins Master cabin VIP cabin Double cabins Twin cabins Bunkbed cabins
3 1 0 1 0 1
Single cabins Toilets quantity Inside showers Persons per day Persons per night Crew members
0 3 3 6 6 2
Double cabins:
A double berth guest stateroom is forward to starboard.
Bunkbed cabin:
With upper and lower berths located forward port.
Master cabin:
King-sized island berth, a lounging settee, desk, TV, and private companionway ladder leading to the aft deck.

Tender & Toys Oyster 66

Tender Jet Dinghy Jet ski Water scooter Waterskiis Kayak Kneeboard Wakeboard Wakeskate Windsurfboard Snorkellingset Fishing gear
Yes No No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes
Banana Donut Other Seabob Kitesurfing Trampoline Sailing boat Paddleboard Canoe Bicycle Diving
No No Yes No No No No No No No Yes
Tender:
3.66m Dinghy 25 HP engine x1

Equipment Oyster 66

Interior:
Icemaker, Oven, Fridge, Stove, Sink, Coffee maker, Dishes
Navigation:
Navigation lights, Compass, Echo sounder, Wind gauge, Autopilot, GPS, VHF radio, GPS-plotter, Navtex, SSB, Barometer, Harbour guides, Sea charts
Technics:
Generator (15 KW), Watermaker, Air conditioning, Battery, Battery charger, Inverter, Shore supply 220V, Electricity 12V/220V, Main circuit breaker, Searchlight, Windscreen wiper, Stern anchor winch (manual), Bow anchor capstan (electric), warmwater, Pressurized warm water, Spare anchor, Tool kit
Deck equipment:
Barbecue, Separate crew cabin, Bathing ladder, Bathing platform, Deck Guardrail, Gangway, Deck shower, Fenders, Sprayhood, Bimini, Sun shade (aftdeck), Teak Deck
Entertainment:
Television, Television rooms (Salon), Satellite TV
Other:
Suncushion, Cushion

Crew profile Oyster 66

Crew members:
2
Captain:
Steve King (USA)
Chef:
Julie King (USA)
Crew profile:
Not often will you find a charter yacht captain with the credentials of Columbo Breeze Captain Steve King. Steve has been in the professional yachting industry for 41 years, and a captain for 40 of those years. He spent almost 12 years chartering, mostly in the Caribbean. He’s been a professional yacht captain and engineer on a variety of high-end sail and motor yachts.

Born in England, he spent his early years in New York. At the tender age of 10 he was sent to live on the island of Barbados with his grandmother and receive schooling there. His love of the sea and the Caribbean was born during these years. Steve holds a USCG 500 ton captain’s license and also has a great depth of expertise with engines and electrical systems, with ASE-certification on Cummins and GM diesel engines. His knowledge has also led to overseeing the refit of several yachts, always adding new touches that elevate to a higher level of accommodation.

Steve has discriminating taste in yacht and has captained a 76’ Hinckley, 76’ Hylas, and 140’ Jongert. He has sailed all over the Caribbean and is highly knowledgeable particularly of the leeward and windward islands. He\'s a delightful fellow who can entertain you with many adventure sea stories. He\'s also multi-lingual and speaks 4 languages fluently.

First Mate and Chef, Julie King has been in the industry for 20 years and working alongside Steve for the past 12 years. She is from the US and received culinary training at the Art Institute in Fort Lauderdale. She also holds a USCG 100 ton captain’s license, so is fully qualified to handle skipper duties as needed. At one period in time, the Kings ran private trips 33 weeks of the year, with consistent praise from their guests and service up to charter standards.

Julie’s cooking was recently recognized at the Grenada Charter Yacht Show as WINNER - second place Culinary Excellence Award.



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