Yacht for Charter

65ft / 20.1M | Builder: Gunboat | Year: 2017
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Yacht Charter GAIA By Gunboat

Length 65ft (20.1m)
Beam 27ft 11in (8.5m)
Draft 2ft 0in (0.6m)
Year Built 2017
Builder Gunboat
Designer Gunboat 66-07
Staterooms 3
Sleeps 6
Refit 2021
Cruising Speed 81kts (150kph)
Stabilisers None
Flag United States
Engines Not known
Locations Caribbean, East Coast United States
From: $34,000 plus expenses

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    GAIA layout – spacious salon with aft cockpit, 3 guest cabins for 6 guests & accommodations for crew of 3.

    3 Guest Cabins
    – Starboard forward Master cabin with en suite head and shower
    – Starboard aft Queen with private head and shower
    – Port aft Double
    – Port amidship Double
    (Port aft and mid guest cabins share a bathroom)
    Crew cabin is located forward in the port hull, with separate access and crew head & shower.

    Captain: Andrew ReileyCaptain: Andrew Reiley

    Hailing from Marblehead, MA, Andrew grew up sailing. He started fairly early at just a few weeks old while cruising a Frers 41 down east in Maine. While young, he spent all of his time on the water sailing at the Pleon Yacht Club on Optis, Lasers, and 420s. It wasn’t until high school when Andrew started sailing F18 catamarans that he realized which types of boats are the most fun. Around the same time, Andrew started crewing on his home town 12 meter called Valiant and realized he could pursue his passion as a career. Since then, Andrew has amassed tens of thousands of offshore miles, and is lucky enough to have done half of them on Gunboats. For the past few years, Andrew has been working on a classic schooner as a luxury day charter captain in the Hamptons. He is now ready to combine his knowledge of extravagant charters with the high adrenaline sailing on Gaia!

    Chef / Mate: Rebecca MarascoChef / Mate: Rebecca Marasco

    Rebecca Marasco is a Massachusetts native. Through a series of serendipitous events, she landed in Newport, Rhode Island looking to expand her undergraduate environmental degree onto an experiential course. Her experience working alongside diverse crews of maritime and culinary professionals has sparked an insatiable appetite to the magic of sailing, exploring and eating your way around the world. Since cruising New England, the West Coast, Caribbean islands and crossing the Atlantic Ocean to the Balearic Islands, she brings a contagious passion to embrace the natural world with her background in outdoor leadership and wilderness medicine. Gaining nautical miles on vessels of many sizes and styles, her versatility is constantly evolving above and below deck. Cuisine is a major factor to what inspires a truly memorable trip. In the galley, her dishes promote a well-rounded inspiration from local ingredients and traditional techniques to ensure reducing the risk of any deficiency in vitamin Sea. She is eager to continue sharing and learning more of what the mountains and sea offer while on board the self-sustaining system that is S/Y Gaia.

    15' RIB 40HP
    Not Insured