What better way to spend the Easter Holiday than on the brand new 116′ Hargrave RENAISSANCE in the beautiful turquoise waters of the Bahamas over Easter! Now offering a special rate out of Nassau, Bahamas with no delivery fee from her home port of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Her interior, designed by Interiors by Shelly, will take your breath away and the exterior spaces are perfect for relaxing and spending time with your family and friends.
The luxurious 130’ Westport completed her interior refit by Nora Gugel of A La Mer and was launched into the charter market this past spring. Her elegant interior showcases a spacious salon with a large seating area where soft, neutral tones compliment her satin mahogany paneling. Guests can enjoy formal dining surrounded by colorful accents which evoke a splash of the tropics and embody a modern yet comfortable feel. If alfresco dining is preferred, you can choose from the covered aft-deck or the relaxing bridge deck where you may also take a dip in the Jacuzzi. Her partially shaded sun deck offers protection from the elements and features a bar and barbecue, along with wrap around sofas and a large sun pad for the sun worshippers in the group.
Motor yacht AMITIE offers comfortable accommodations for up to 11 guests in five well-appointed staterooms including the desirable en-suite master stateroom on the main deck.
She is a versatile yacht ideal for island hopping, entertaining family and friends or for couples looking to escape on a romantic getaway in pure style and comfort. Her knowledgeable charter crew, lead by Captain Adam Huemoller along with the award winning Chef Tonya Bohn, is sure to make this the yachting holiday a vacation of a lifetime!
Here is just a sample of her award-winning menu from the “Healthy Dinner Challenge” at the Antigua Charter Yacht Show:
Queen Conch Ceviche
Queen Conch fished out of the beautiful Antiguan waters, diced and tossed with fresh tomato, red onion, yellow bell pepper and cucumber then finished with a mild habanero citrus dressing
Coconut Braised Spiny Lobster
Local Spiny Lobster braised in Coconut water and tossed in a Roasted Garlic Lemon Brumel Yogurt Sauce served with Baked Christophene stuffed with avocado salsa
Carib Style Pavlova
Crisp Coconut and Ginger Pavlova with Fresh Fruit and Berry Puree
Citrus Infused Coconut water
Local Coconuts cracked open and infused with orange, lemon, lime and cucumber then chilled and served over ice
Blue Razz Passion Mojito
Blue Curacao, Chambord, fresh passion fruit pulp, sprite, mint and fresh lime blended to perfection and served over ice
Once you finish indulging in Chef Tonya’s delicious culinary creations you’ll want to get out on the many water toys and enjoy the turquoise waters of the Bahamas, so we’ve listed all her exciting water toys for you!
Tender: 35′ 345 SXF Scout with 2 x 350 HP Yamaha outboard engines fully rigged for fishing
19′ Nautica Inflatable tender with 1 x 115 HP Yamaha engine
2 SeaDoo Waverunners (with breaking system) and 270 HP engines
2 2-person Kayaks
4 Nash Stand Up Paddle Boards
Free Cruiser Inflatable Slide
Water Skis (Adult and Child)
Inflatable water chairs
Satellite Broadband throughout the vessel
Available at the rate of $98,000 per week in the Bahamas, charter savvy Captain Adam Huemoller and his crew are looking forward to welcoming you and your guests on board AMITIE. Contact Boatbookings now to enquire about AMITIE before she gets booked up!
What better way to spend Easter with your family than on a yacht in the Bahamas?! The Bahamas is not only known because of its beautiful weather, relaxing beaches, scrumptious cuisine, rich culture and wonderful people but also because it offers a wide array of things to do, activities and festivities to choose from. Easter is one of the best times of the year to visit and celebrate in this island country.
The Bahamas is predominantly a Christian nation, so whether you want to do your religious obligation and have fun afterwards or just simply enjoy the festive ambiance on your Easter yacht charter, this is the perfect cruising destination for you.
This season provides the visitors religious and amusing things to do in the Bahamas, but don’t worry if you’re not religious – there’s still something for everyone!
Food is the universal language and this island country offers almost everything to satisfy your taste buds. During the Holy Week many Bahamians feast on the local bounty of seafood as they avoid consuming meat. Easter Sunday is celebrated otherwise and the usual menu consists of a big juicy ham, chicken or turkey, salad, peas and rice, baked macaroni and cheese, sweet potatoes and local desserts such as Guava Duff and coconut of pineapple tarts. You might want to go for a nice walk on the beach to burn off some of those calories! The Bahamas is a fantastic destination if you consider yourself a ‘foodie‘.
Easter Monday is the holiday that marks the beginning of the beach picnicking season for Bahamians – the southern Atlantic waters have finally warmed up enough for the locals to go swimming! This is the perfect day to escape to your own private beach for a beach picnic prepared by your own chef. There are also many cookouts in public parks on the Nassau waterfront as well as homecomings and regattas held in many of the Out Islands if you want to experience some more of the local culture.
Send a charter enquiry to the Boatbookings team now to organise your spring break in the Bahamas!