Beneteau is a prolific producer of charter vessels, and there's good reason for that. This 343 is a perfect example of why: for a small-ish sail vessel, she's extremely easy to handle (really only one skipper is necessary) and extremely maneuverable. More over, she can pick up a fairly good clip in some good winds!
Please Note: she is only available for week-long charters
Cell Phone Rental: $20
Captains rate is $175/per day + provisions
Cooks rate is $150/per day + provisions
(If hiring captain or cook, please ensure s/he has a berth to sleep)
Sailo cancellation policy does not apply to this vessel
Charterer may cancel subject to the following charges;
Up to 90 days prior to commencement: $150 service charge.
89 to 46 days prior to commencement: refund, less $1000
Less than 45 days prior to commencement: 100% of charter cost.
On the day of the charter, a security deposit of $1,500 is due via Visa or Mastercard, in case of damages.
Insurance: $36/day up to maximum of $400
BVI Cruising Permit:
$2/per person per day Dec 1st - Apr 30th
$.075/per person per day May 1st - Nov 30th
National Parks Trust Mooring Permit
$25/week up to 4 people
$35/week up to 6 people
$45/week up to 8 people
$55/week up to 10 people
Usually this boat operates around Road Town, VG.
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