TABULA RASA


Specifications

Yacht Length: 57 Feet

Crew Size: 2

Yacht Passengers: 8

Cabins: 4

Queen: 4

Double: 1


About this Yacht

This yacht features 4 Queen berths, full A/C, ensuite toilets and wet heads.

Call us or email us for more information about TABULA RASA. You can reach our office at 1.941.914.1187 or Email Us. We’ll find a charter that fits your style, budget, and interests.

Crew Info:

Captain Zack Gustat

CERTIFICATIONS

CPR Certified
TWIC
STCW Basic Training
USCG 100 Ton Near Coastal Master
PADI Divemaster
Certified Snowmobile Operator (Colorado)


“I first began sailing in St Augustine, Florida 5 years ago on the Schooner Freedom. Coming from a service industry background, the transition to charter sailing was quite suitable. Learning to sail on a traditionally rigged vessel gave me a great appreciation for the art of sailing and instilled a love for it that I apply to anything I do in or on the ocean. I also took my first dives during that time and became Open Water certified. 

After a couple years, I moved on to work with Lindblad Expeditions/National Geographic. As an immersive, high-end cruising operation, this world taught me the ins and outs of liveaboard work and cruising to exceed the expectations of high end clientele. As a licensed deckhand I ran onshore and offshore expeditions in remote and wild areas, which gives me a sense and awareness in exploring unique locales in a safe and enjoyable manner. It also brought me close to some amazing wildlife, geology, and oceanography, which has enhanced my knowledge base and ability to engage and educate clientele. This also allowed me to save up to complete my Divemaster course with PADI, which I did in Roatan, Honduras. I believe my knowledge of Mesoamerican reef life will translate well across the rest of the Caribbean reef system.

Following this I went on to run private charter sails in Bar Harbor, Maine, which gave me the experience of managing my own vessel and guest experiences. This position dialed in my abilities as a captain, and while I understand there is always something to learn from the ocean and the vessels we go upon her with, my confidence and resolve is well equipped for week long charters as a captain.

All around my intent is to provide an unforgettable experience to everyone who steps foot on our boat. Safety is a top priority and will always be kept in mind when making decisions. All activities will aim to please all those involved and immerse our clientele in the parts of the world we explore that no one should miss.”


Chef Daisy Brooks

STCW Basic Training

Hi my name is Daisy, I’m 31 years old, born and raised in colorful Colorado. I started getting into culinary cuisine from a young age, traveling around Europe, Canada, and South America with my family, learning about all the different cultures and their cuisines.
Since then I’ve worked for catering companies, traveling food trucks at music festivals, farm to table restaurants, and was a consultant for Whole Foods. During my time there I got to travel around, open new stores and train people in the kitchen. I also won a pizza competition that’s now used as a recipe in all the stores.
My palate for food leans on the healthier side, but I also like to indulge in many different foods this beautiful world has to offer. When I’m not finding new culinary creations or ways to spin things, my hands are getting dirty in the soil, foraging medicinal plants, and researching flowers. I have a small farm where I grow almost all of my fruits and vegetables. I have a pup as well, we spend a lot of our time exploring the woods, and howling at the moon. You’ll also find us snowmobiling the Grand Mesa, back country skiing, fishing and rafting. I’ve done most of the Colorado river, the Snake River, Yampa River, Green River, Gates of Ladore, and the Grand Canyon. I’m so excited to take what I’ve learned from the river and apply it to sailing the seas. Trade snow for sunshine, explore new waters here in the Caribbean, and catch all the fish for our delectable dinners.

Crew Photo