TENDER TO Price per week from. $ 38 000

  • Built year / Refit
  • 2005 / 2015
  • Length
  • 27 m
  • Crew members
  • 3
  • Cabins
  • 3
  • Persons per day / per night
  • 12 / 7
  • Showers / Toilets
  • 3 / 3
    Summer Season (January - December)
  • Summer location
  • Caribbean Sea
  • Homeport
  • St. Martin  
  • Price per week
  • $38 000 - $42 000
  • Price per day
  • $6 340 - $7 000
  • APA
  • 30%
  • VAT
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Yacht charter, exclusive yachts & luxury yachts for rent - Sailing boats & motor boats for hire.

Bring all reasonable offers for the Leeward Islands.

Approximate fuel delivery rates:
St Barts $450
BVI $2,200
Antigua $2,500
St Lucia $7,800


M/Y TENDER TO is a beautifully finished performance yacht, offering luxurious accommodation in 3 ensuite cabins. Her upper salon space is a fabulous area to socialize, featuring a flexible configuration, guests can enjoy cocktails, dine alfresco style thanks to the overhead retractable roof, or lounge on the convertible portside sunpad. The aft deck boasts a further sunpad and seating area. On the foredeck there is an additional sunpad, with an optional Bimini cover.

NOTABLE FEATURES for TENDER TO: Fast planing hull design ideal for cruising ~ Wonderful indoor/outdoor salon great for socializing ~ Alfresco dining ~ Bow sunpad with optional Bimini ~ Full beam master stateroom ~ Master with bath and shower ~ Excellent professional crew ~ Accomplished chef.


The open plan salon is located on the main deck with opposing port and starboard tables, each of which can easily become full dining tables. The starboard side converts into cocktail tables, whilst the port side into a large day bed, making the layout exceptionally versatile. An overhead retractable roof allows for plenty of natural light, warm breezes, or an elegant starlit dinner. A drop-down TV provides entertainment if requested. Below decks are 3 guest cabins, each with their own ensuite, plus a TV room that connects to the master, or can be separated.


Her exterior space naturally flows from the upper salon, which is ideal for socializing. The aft deck offers a large sunbed and seating area, which easily transforms into an alfresco dining table. Dual transom steps lead to the swim platform, where guests can effortlessly enjoy the vast assortment of water toys on offer. TENDER TO’s foredeck has a fabulous sun pad for that quiet escape, soak up the sun or pull over the optional Bimini for shade and privacy.


A sample itinerary for TENDER TO / 7 days in the Leeward Islands
Day 1: At the airport, guests will be greeted by a taxi limo service, where you will be brought directly to Tender To located at Marina Fort Louis, an approximate 20 minute ride.
Once guest are settled on board, we will depart right away to Grand Case, a 15 minute cruise. This is a nice and calm bay great for all sorts of water activities and where jet skies are allowed. Enjoy a late lunch prepared by chef Rico, followed by some water fun or complete relaxation, the choice is yours.
Tonight we will remain here and dine alfresco under the stars.

Day 2: After breakfast, we will depart to Prickly pear (Anguilla) a 35 minute journey. This location is a remote island protected by coral reef, perfect for snorkeling, and quiet beach time.
Shortly after lunch we will depart to Sandy Island, a small sandy island surrounded by coral reef, it will take us approximately 20 minutes to arrive here. Enjoy a lovely snorkel, after which we can head to our overnight destination of Crocus bay, a total of 15 minutes away. It is a lovely calm bay ideal for spending the night.

Day 3: After breakfast, discover the Crocus cliffs and caves, where for the most adventurous guests, there is a rock to climb and a 25 foot height to jump from. Following this, cruise to scrub island, a 20 minute motor, where we will have lunch and explore the island that used to be an illegal runway, complete with aircraft remanences! Or simply enjoy the beautiful beach. We will weigh anchor and depart for Colombier bay also known as Well Turtle bay (Saint Barth). This is about a 1 hour trip, arriving in the mid to late afternoon and overnighting here.

Day 4: Enjoy breakfast In Colombier, spend the morning there, swim, snorkel with the turtles and soak up the sun on the stunning beach.
After this we’ll move to the port of Gustavia, and be stern to at the dock for the night. This is a not to be missed location in terms of shopping, exploring, fine dining ashore and more!
Rent a quad bike or similar and make your way around the small island. Tonight we suggest dinner ashore, depending on your desires, there are a number of excellent restaurants to choose from.

Day 5: Today we can head further afield to St Kitts, an approximate 2 hour cruise. Upon arrival we will anchor in front of the newly built marina and resort Christopher harbour. We can arrange a island tour taking you to a variety of places, including a beautiful botanical garden, find about about locally crafted tropical fabrics, and explore and old fort, complete with indigenous monkeys!
After a day of fun, return to the yacht for a freshen up, before sampling some local cocktails ashore, followed by dinner on board.

Day 6: Today a short distance away is St Kitt’s sister island of Nevis. This can be a shoreside pampering day, exploration, diving, whatever might be of interest, or as the mood strikes. Enjoy time at the spa, scuba diving or relaxing on the beach. Nevis is also famous for its inactive volcano mountain, an impressive view indeed!. This stop is ideal for using the water toys if you prefer a more active day.
Lunch and dinner can be on land, or by chef Rico aboard.

Day 7: Setting off after breakfast, we would depart back towards St Martin, if weather permits, stop for a visit on the lovely little island of Pinel. Pinel is perfect for beach time, snorkeling, paddle boarding, wind surfing, and anything to do with water toys! There is a wonderful beach restaurant for lunch here, (if weather does not permit we would return to grand case where all water sports and activities are allowed). Enjoy the last dinner aboard.

A sample itinerary for TENDER TO / 7 days in the BVI
Day 1: Board TENDER TO in Nanny Cay Marina, on the south side of the main island of Tortola. Get settled in and acquainted with your home for the next 7 days, enjoy a refreshing cocktail, and some nibbles. We will head right out today, over to Norman Island to have a late lunch and snorkel the caves.
Norman Island is renowned to have been the basis for the Robert Louis Stevenson’s book, Treasure Island (well that’s the rumor). If you prefer to check out what is ashore, the Pirates Bite restaurant and bar is the place to do it. The bight is a great option to make the most of the water toys on offer. We can stay here tonight and enjoy dinner alfresco under the stars.

Day 2: Enjoy a leisurely start today and if you wish a dip in the sea, we will head over to the neighbouring island of Peter Island. Located in Great Harbour is the famed William Thornton AKA Willy T, formerly anchored in Norman Island, she was replaced in 2018 and relocated. Peter Island is another fabulous location to enjoy the water toys available.
The Willy T would be a fun lunch stop, but for the faint of heart on busy days, we recommend a quiet bay nearby. If you are up for some fun, lets stay here, the option is yours!

Day 3: Setting out from Peter Island, if diving is requested, a stop at the Wreck of the Rhone can be arranged. A short cruise takes to Salt Island to dive or snorkel the Rhone; this is one of the top five wreck dives in the world. Afterwards, motor around to Cooper Island for lunch and some spectacular snorkeling off Cistern point, a sheltered reef alive with juvenile fish of endless varieties.
Alternatly, take a stroll on the beach, sit under a palm tree and just take in the beauty of the turquoise waters.
Following this, we can head up to the Baths on Virgin Gorda to explore the large granite boulders. These spectacular rock formations below and above water can be explored by land or sea and exploring here is a must.
Tonight we can either head into the main port of Spanish Town and make reservations for dinner ashore, or continue our way up to North Sound and overnight at Leverick Bay.

Day 4: M/Y Tender To will make way to the atoll island of Anegada.
With a decent early start we will be there in good time, ideally situated to explore this fascinating marvel. There are plenty of options here, with the most popular being Cow Wreck Beach, Anegada Beach Club and Loblolly Bay. Be sure to take your snorkel gear! White sand beaches for miles, with fabulous snorkelling to be had, will certainly work up an appetite for dinner. Anegada is famed for it’s lobster and the local establishments welcome diners ashore.
Alternatively, chef Rico can secure a few lobsters and prepare you a delectable memorable dinner aboard.

Day 5: Departing from Anegada, we will cruise to the luxury resort of Scrub Island, where we can overnight on the docks, enjoy the restaurant, pools and amenities. If a casual experience is requested, we can take the tender to Marina Cay, where a beach bar and restaurant invite a relaxed and fun atmosphere.

Day 6: Cast our lines from the docks at Scrub Islands and cruise to Jost Van Dyke by way of Guana Island for some remarkable snorkelling at Monkey Point, then on to Sandy Split. Sandy Split is a small island of sand and a few small palms, your very own Gilligan's Island. Jost Van Dyke is famous for the bubbly pool, a crevice in the rocks that creates a whirl pool effect. It is also famous for Foxy’s bar and restaurant in Great Harbour as well as The Soggy Dollar bar around the corner, we have plenty to do here!

Day 7: Setting off after breakfast, we will make way to the popular Cane Garden Bay. The famous Pussers establishment has teamed up with Myetts on the beach and there are a number of fun beach bars to check out. Enjoy the white sand beach, pick up that souvenir or gift for family and friends, just to give you a few ideas. Another great option is this is the prime time to take advantage of a taxi ride up to Sage Mountain rain forest and hike through the National park. On the way back, stop off at the outdoor bar that overlooks Cane Garden Bay, namely Stouts Lookout. From here you will get breath-taking views and cool drinks. For your last night aboard, dinner will be served alfresco if you wish. Some days there are bands ashore, where you can dance off the chefs delicious cuisine, or simply relax aboard under the stars.

Key features
- Performance hull design;
- Spacious guest cabins, each with private ensuites;
- Great for entertaining with a generous upper salon and alfresco dining aft;
- Fantastic foredeck with large sun pad and optional Bimini;
- Qualified and talented chef;
- One of the few yachts of this quality available year-round in the Caribbean;
- Exceptional and experienced crew.


Water sports
Tenders + toys:
- AB, 10 feet, 5 PAX, 687 kg max, with a tohatsu 18 hp.
Perfect for easy beach landings.
- jet-ski Yamaha ex deluxe,
- water skies,
- wake board,
- towable tube,
- inflatable paddle boards x 2,
- snorkel equipment,
- floating lounge fits 8 people,
- fishing rods x 2,
- beach rackets, soccer ball foot ball, frisbee.


Guest comments
We had a fantastic time on a beautiful yacht with excellent crew. Thank you so much for the memorable charter. Great teamwork! We'll see you soon. YB May 26 - 30 2018, St Martin, Caribbean.


Feedback St Martin: The crew members were the best of all crews I've had. Ian, Diane, Rico are impeccable and genuinely happy caring people. It was an exceptional charter experience. And I thank you for making that happen.


Feedback St Martin: The crew has been absolutely amazing! From the minute our car arrived at the dock they have been incredible. The hospitality has been beyond expectations. We had to do nothing for ourselves and they made us all feel at home. Then, the food!! Rico is an incredibly gifted chef. To prepare meals of this caliber in a small space is amazing. His attention to detail, flavor, and presentation is second to none. His personality is larger than life and it makes meals that much more enjoyable. Diane, well she is out of this world! Her joy for her work is apparent with everything she does. Always happy, always smiling and always not wanting us to do anything...so she can do for us. And Captain Ian is the consummate pro! Always busy, working on our happiness, the boat, and anything that needs to be done. For such a young captain, he is truly impressive. We would request this entire crew again in a heartbeat. This has been better than a trip of a lifetime for us all.
Thank you!


St Martin November 4 - 11 2018
Rico, Ian, Diane, OMG!! Thank you so much for everything you did for us this week. You are all amazing people and outstanding at your work. Thank you again. I hope to see you all soon again. NW. St Martin Nov 4 – 11, 2018

Ian, Rico, Diane: Thank you so much for your amazing + personal service. I have learned a lot from you and your country. Hope to see you soon on the water, thank you again. PW. St Martin Nov 4 – 11, 2018

Ian, Diane & Rico: Thank you for what turned out to be a life-changing trip for all 5 of us. The crew was beyond amazing!!! Captain Ian was an amazing host and made sure all went according to plan. Diane made us feel at home the minute we walked onboard. Her smile, warmth and attitude was fantastic. Rico the chef provided meals that amazed us all. Breakfast, lunch and dinner each day was an adventure, creativity was incredible. Thanks to this crew for changing our lives!! J&J.W St Martin, Nov 4 – 11, 2018

Specification Custombuilt

Boat name Builder Built year Length Draft Engine Engine Quantity Cruising speed Cruising consumption Hull type Crew service
TENDER TO Leopard (Arno) 2005 27 m 1.75 m MTU 2 28 600 l/h displacement Crew service!
Category Yacht architect Refit Beam Flag Engine power General Max speed Max. consumption Hull material Crew members
Luxury motor yacht 2015 6.05 m St Vincent & the Grenadines 2028 hp 37 760 l/h other 3

Accomodation Custombuilt

Cabins Master cabin VIP cabin Double cabins Twin cabins Bunkbed cabins
3 1 0 1 1 0
Single cabins Toilets quantity Inside showers Persons per day Persons per night Crew members
0 3 3 12 7 3

Tender & Toys Custombuilt

Tender Jet Dinghy Jet ski Water scooter Waterskiis Kayak Kneeboard Wakeboard Wakeskate Windsurfboard Snorkellingset Fishing gear
Yes No Yes No Yes No No Yes No No Yes Yes
Banana Donut Other Seabob Kitesurfing Trampoline Sailing boat Paddleboard Canoe Bicycle Diving
No No Yes No No No No Yes No No Yes
AB, 10 feet, 5 PAX, 687 kg max, with a tohatsu 18 hp x1
Jet ski:
Yamaha ex deluxe x1

Equipment Custombuilt

Oven, Fridge, Stove, Sink, Coffee maker, Dishes
Navigation lights, Compass, Echo sounder, Wind gauge, Autopilot, GPS, VHF radio, GPS-plotter, Radar, Navtex, SSB, Barometer, Harbour guides, Sea charts
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:
Separate crew cabin, Bathing ladder, Bathing platform, Deck Guardrail, Gangway, Deck shower, Fenders, Hardtop, Sun shade (aftdeck), Teak Deck
Television, Cockpit speakers
Suncushion, Cushion

Crew profile Custombuilt

Crew members:
Ian Van Rymenant (USA)
Rico Haring (South Africa/Swiss)
Crew profile:
Captain: Ian Van Rymenant
Nationality: USA
Ian was born in Ft.Lauderdale and raised in St.Martin. At the age of 6, his parents moved to St. Martin where they set up a boatyard, and his father started the SNSM (Société Nationale de Sauvatage en Mer / French Sea Rescue). This is the world in which he spent his youth and gained a keen interest in the marine industry.
It was therefore natural for him to evolve into the yachting environment and by working in the family business from the age of 16, he developed integral skills from his father. Following this, Ian went to Marina Fort Louis as Dock Crew and eventually promoted to Dock Master. Driven by a desire to always outdo himself, he became a technician with a Caribbean pyrotechnic company, after which he embarked into the yachting world. Ian received his qualifications to become an official Deckhand on M/Y Te Manu a 160 ft MY as mate / Engineer after which he joined Lady Sharon Gale as relief captain, a 111 feet Motor yacht.
He loves all sorts of water sports and activities from free diving, fishing, windsurf, Kite surf, wakeboard, jet ski, volleyball and more. He has a passion for the marine life and sea nature of every kind. Ian enjoys meeting new people and sharing his knowledge of the sea and all that it encompasses, thus the reason for the becoming a luxury charter captain.

Chef: Rico Haring
Nationality: South Africa/Swiss
Rico was born in South Africa in 1981, where his dad (who was Swiss German) and his mom were running the Wilderness Hotel. As you can imagine, he has been in and around the hospitality industry literally before he could walk. He started to develop and sharpen his senses for the culinary art at a very young age, that for him is where his journey full of flavour and taste began.
Rico moved to Switzerland when he was 5 years old, where he lived for 15 years. Shortly after receiving his diploma from the culinary institute Lausanne, he decided it was time to expand and start his career as a qualified chef. Rico followed his passion for food around the whole world, working in many European countries as well as, Brazil, Tokyo and Australia to name just a few. He was driven by this untameable hunger and constant need to discover new flavours and spices within different cultures. Once Rico discovered the yachting industry, there was no looking back, he eventually found himself working on mega yachts in the Caribbean. He has resided on the Caribbean island of St-Martin for 12 years, where he is happily married.
Rico is happy to share his knowledge and passion for the culinary arts with his guests should they wish to ask for him it not only about being a chef and preparing meals, it’s way more than that. It’s a lifestyle, taking the best of what Mother Earth provides him with, in all its beauty, adding his knowledge, passion heart and soul and creating exceptional cuisine. Ask Rico “what is your profession”? He will say: “I am a food artist”.

Chief Stewardess: Diane Rocheleau
Nationality: Canadian
Diane is a dynamic 57 year old Canadian and was born close to Montreal in Quebec. She has lived alongside the St.Lawrence River and cruised on it from a young age. Diane started sailing on the Champlain Lake and other lakes in Quebec as well as the St.Lawrence River over 25 years ago.
After a professional career in the banking world and marketing sector, she decided to come back to her real passion, the Ocean. 14 years ago, she decided to cross from Quebec to the Caribbean onboard a 42' sloop, where her new life began. Her constant desire to move forward and to discover new horizons brought her to the luxury yacht industry. Diane prides herself on having very high standards, she has worked as stewardess and head stewardess on some notable yachts within the luxury charter industry, allowing her to gain an outstanding understanding of the profession. Diane is sure to pamper to your every need making your stay very pleasant and memorable. You will be charmed by her smile and unique, positive personality. With over 40,000 nautical miles under her belt, Diane is a true compliment to the crew of Tender To.
Previous yachts include Bonavista - 65ft catamaran, Douce France - 138' catamaran, Lady Barbaretta, - 105 ' catamaran, Chrysalis T - 77' sloop, Parsifal II - 111' sloop, Allures - 100ft catamaran, Maita'i and Nahema IV, Northern Lights - 120-foot motor yacht.