Price TermsPlus Expenses
Price from: $75,000
High season rate: $80,000
HAVEN yacht charter price
|# of charter days||Base Price||APA (deposit for provisioning, fuel, docking fees, etc)||Total||Note|
|14 day charter||150,000$ to 160,000$||30,000$ to 48,000$||180,000$ to 208,000$||Discounts outside the main season are common.|
|7 day charter||75,000$ to 80,000$||15,000$ to 24,000$||90,000$ to 104,000$||Standard charter rate, base for all calculations.|
|3 day charter||37,500$ to 40,000$||7,500$ to 12,000$||45,000$ to 52,000$||The usual formula is the 7 day charter rate divided by 6, times the number of days (3). Boat policy might differ. 75,000$ / 6 * 3 days = 37,500$|
|1 day charter||12,500$ to 16,000$||2,500$ to 4,000$||15,000$ to 20,000$||Please inquire, the possibility/availability of a 1 day charter needs to be verified.|
All prices are generated by a calculator and serve as a guide for new charterers. Any additional information of the Price Details section has priority over above. Availability is always subject to confirmation. Gratuity not included for it's discretionary character, usually 5%-25% of the Base Price.
Installed new KVH Tracvision HD7 TriAmericas satellite dish
HD TV’s throughout boat
HD DirecTV boxes entire boat x 11 receivers
Bluray disk players with WiFi entire boat
Captain: Blake Sellers
BLAKE SELLERS | CAPTAIN | AMERICAN
Born in Myrtle Beach, SC, where he lived on the Intracoastal Waterway, Blake’s dream was always to become a yacht captain. He spent time on his family’s runabout boats, wakeboard boats, and jet skis learning how everything operated. He was always on the water every chance he got and would wakeboard, kneeboard, tube, water ski, wake surf, and jet ski together with his two older brothers.
Starting out as a mate for TowBoatUS he started in the yachting industry delivering vessels in order to gain his Sea Time and Captain’s License. Blake worked his way up from a 54ft Motor yacht to a 76ft Lazzara and now runs the 124’ Trinity HAVEN.
Captain Blake currently holds his 200 Ton USCG Masters Near Coastal, STCW trained, and Auxiliary Towing Endorsement. He looks forward to having you aboard Haven where you will be greeted with one of the best crews in the industry ensuring you a safe and wonderful vacation. Captain Blake’s motto for the yachting industry is “always chase your dreams, because if you can dream it, you can do it”
CHASE JONES | ENGINEER | AMERICAN
While growing up in Wilmington NC, Chase fell in love with all aspects of the sea. He owned a Boston Whaler, became an avid surfer, and had varied work experience on dive, charter fishing, and commercial crabbing boats. While attending the Citadel, he was a member of the sailing team that won the 2014 Charleston Race Week Regatta and was Executive Officer of the Citadel’s Coast Guard detachment. After graduation, he began his private yachting career as a deckhand and is now the USCG licensed Chief Engineer aboard Haven.
LISA GOULD | CHIEF STEWARDESS | AMERICAN
Lisa's friends describe her as being adventurous, passionate, and reliable and some of her interests include cooking, traveling, and meeting new people. Although Lisa was born in Texas, she moved around a lot while her father served the U.S. for 20 years in the Army. This is likely where her love for food, culture, and people came from. Lisa has always felt the most at home when she is on the water. In 2004, Lisa moved to Key West, Florida and began working in the marine industry. After 8 years, she moved to Fort Lauderdale to pursue her educational aspirations. Lisa is currently seeking her bachelor’s degree, but still fulfills her passion for the water while working on yachts. She believes that the world is full of endless opportunities and surprises, so she tries to live every moment to its fullest.
PEIR MORRISON | CHEF | JAMAICAN
Peir originally hails from Kingston, Jamaica. His passion for exploring the culinary world grew throughout his youth, as he began helping his grandmother cook at the tender age of five. Peir relocated to the U.S. with his father at the age of fifteen; however, his interest in food never waned and he pursued his passion for cooking and learning about different cuisines. He has spent the past ten years in the culinary field, working his way up through various gastropubs and high-end dining establishments such as Griffons and 800 Maple. Peir consistently put smiles on other’s faces through his cooking and his positive energy. Through his experiences, Peir has learned that the key to being a great chef is to keep calm under any circumstance and remember that “every little thing gonna be all right”. As for who he is outside the galley/kitchen, he is a proud husband who has two beautiful children. He loves doing DIY projects at home, newfound love for gardening, and absolutely loves working on cars in his spare time.
HAILEY ALBERT | 2ND STEWARDESS | AMERICAN
Growing up in the Bahamas has given me a lot of opportunities in the yachting industry. Studying to become a dive instructor and marine engineer, I am able to be hands on in all departments. Working on charter boats from a young age and meeting people from around the world has helped expand my knowledge on different cultures, and given me a good taste in hospitality. My favorite things to do in my down time are cooking, traveling, fishing, and diving. With my interests and love for the ocean, yachting became the most rewarding career path for me.