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Pride Luxury Crewed Yacht Charter Reviews

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"Sail aboard a 57' luxury Catamaran Yacht Pride for a wonderful vacation. You will have a private Captain with a 100 ton USCG license and a gourmet chef/mate at your service. You'll be comfortably sailing aboard the luxuriously fitted catamaran Yacht Pride with total stability while enjoying beautiful surroundings, tropical cocktails and gourmet cuisine. Enjoy fully catered and specially prepared meals by chef Susan. Yacht Pride is fully air-conditioned and has a spacious cockpit and dining table for groups. The main salon has a large dining area and lounge. The three queen sized luxury staterooms offer private en-suite electric heads and shower. Each stateroom abounds with upscale 600 thread count linens, towels and memory foam mattress toppers. For entertainment every stateroom is equipped with private cd/radio stereo system. The two masters have flat screens as well as DVD in the salon. Pride is iPOD/ WiFi/ friendly so bring along your laptops, iPOD's, CD's, and favorite DVD's. The sound system in the cockpit is wonderful. Enjoy the music you love while sailing into the sunset. Pride has an unbelievable glass bottom two man sea kayak, perfect for those who want to see coral reefs without getting wet. Equipment also includes snorkel masks and flippers, floating mats. For fishing enthusiasts, Yacht Pride is the perfect platform. There is lots of room for everyone! Yacht Pride also has a 13' private tender with 40hp engine for going ashore.

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Basic Information about Pride


  • Power Method: Sailboat
  • Hull Type: Catamaran
  • Crew Type: Crewed


Boat Information


  • Toys Onboard: glass bottom two man sea kayak, snorkel masks and flippers, floating mats. For fishing enthusiasts, Yacht Pride is the perfect platform, 13' private tender with 40hp engine,
  • Entertainment: flat screens, DVD, iPOD/ WiFi/, cd/radio stereo system,
  • Other Amenities: fully air-conditioned,


Boat Specifications (in feet)


  • Cabins: 3
  • Guests: 6
  • Showers: 3
  • Heads: 3
  • LOA (Length Overall): 57
  • LWL (Waterline Length): Add it!
  • Beam: Add it!
  • Draft: Add it!
  • Make: Lagoon
  • Model: 570
  • Year: 2001
  • Engines: Add it!


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  • Name: Jack Boye
  • Role: Captain
  • Bio: Your Captain, Jack Boye has a Master's USCG 100 ton license. His sailing experience is very extensive. He is the only American to have completed three major world solo races. The BOC Around Alone, The French Route du Rhum and the OSTAR Challenge. Add four Bermuda one-two's, yearly voyages to and from Maine and the Caribbean, Jamestown R.I. to Norway, Cape Town South Africa to Rio, Jack has at least 80,000nm under his keel and counting. Jack attended Penn State on a football scholarship and played football for Coach Joe Paterno. He graduated with a BA in American History. After serving his country in Viet Nam, a highly decorated Army Airborne Captain, Jack then went to Wall Street for the next 25 years. While there, he started one of the first discount brokerage firms and largest wholesale execution firms. With his love of the sea, Jack started many children's charities beginning in NYC to promote mentoring inner city youth through the sport of sailing.He dedicated his races to the charities and named his boats Project City Kids and Ocean Kids. His latest charitable endeavor was as chairman of the board of Pier's Park Sailing in East Boston. Before turning to life aboard Pride, Jack started mini class US to promote 6.5 racing in the United States. Built and purchased in France, his mini 6.5 was one of the first in the U.S. and with great effort he has rebuilt and redesigned her for the last 12 years.Jack and his wife Susan enjoy sailing Pride in the islands of the Caribbean. He is particularly fond of Eco-Chartering where Pride can take guests to unspoiled locations. Beautiful wildlife and pristine beaches are still available to enjoy while some are only accessible by catamaram.

  • Name: Susan Boye
  • Role: Chef & First Mate
  • Bio: Susan grew up in Barrington R.I. and was an active member in the Barrington Yacht Club. She spent all of her childhood summers sailing Narragansett Bay and Newport and her winters skiing in the White Mountains.Susan attended Prep school and then early admission to the Univ. of New Hampshire. She had and still has a love of science and art so she majored in Botany and minored in Fine Art. In her early years she managed greenhouse production in Washington State. Susan then purchased and developed wild blueberry fields in rural Maine. She later earned a B.S. degree in Nursing and worked in Orthopedics and Neurology in major Boston Hospitals. Susan owned and operated a successful business as a RN muscular therapist working with MD referred patients with chronic pain conditions.As an active outdoors person, Susan has hiked and skied throughout Switzerland,Germany, Scotland, the Sierra Mountains, and Olympics in Washington. She still looks forward to new challenges in sailing and mountaineering. Susan has lived and worked in the Caribbean and sailed the Leewards, Windwards, BVI's and USVI's aboard both mono-hull and catamaran yachts. Her culinary forte is primarily French in influence, as she does most of her culinary training in Quebec. A student of Bon Apetit, she also enjoys traditional New England fare as well as casual and elegant creations inspired by the great tastes of the Caribbean



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