AMAYA


Specifications

Yacht Length: 60 Feet

Crew Size: 3

Yacht Passengers: 8

Cabins: 4

Queen: 4


About this Yacht

AMAYA is a beautiful Sunreef 60, accommodating up to 8 guests in 4 cabins, each with their own individual AC controls and USB outlets. All cabins are en suite with electric flush toilets and stall showers. This galley up version features a spacious cockpit for dining, which opens onto an expansive aft deck with panoramic views. The foredeck holds additional entertainment spaces with sunken seating, sunpads, and trampolines, easily accessible through the salon or along the outside. The covered flybridge with table provides another generous vista point, and is an ideal place for lounging and enjoying a cooling cocktail.

Call us or email us for more information about AMAYA. 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:


Bruce Petersen

Bruce has been sailing his whole life. Having worked as a commercial sailor for the past 15 years, and as a charter captain since 2015, Bruce is a highly accomplished captain with extensive experience in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, and the South Pacific. He is a certified engineer, and also enjoys water sports including surfing, wake-boarding, fishing, and diving. Bruce is a certified PADI dive instructor and has taught in Australia, the Mediterranean and Africa. Hailing from South Africa, he is also fluent in Spanish.

Begonã De Miguel

Begoña is a water sports and outdoors enthusiast. She loves to cook, and has certificates in food and wine. As a food connoisseur, Begoña makes much of what she serves from scratch, with a focus on fresh and, where possible, locally sourced. As well as enjoying time with family, friends and guests, she also has a law degree (fortunately, not being used on the water). Begoña has been sea-faring from an early age, and has over ten years professional experience sailing and as a chef. She is a native of Majorca, Spain and is fluent in English, Spanish and Italian.


Crew are vaccinated for Covid-19

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