This fabulous Oyster 885 looks stunning after an extensive refit in 2022. She has a new hull colour, a new design theme, new sails and standing rigging, a new bar area, and updated entertainment and computer systems throughout.
Offering four spacious ensuite cabins to sleep eight guests, Karibu is designed to be responsive and fast under sail and provides unrivalled luxury and privacy both on deck and down below. A long list of incredible features is guaranteed to enhance your experience onboard.
|Summer||Amalfi Coast and Sicily
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With four comfortable cabins, Karibu offers the perfect set-up for two families with children or a group of friends or relatives. The interior is comfortable and luxurious, and on deck, you will be treated to a responsive and dynamic sailing experience. Karibu’s swim platform makes diving in a breeze, and a host of water toys will enhance your holiday with SEABOBs, SUPs, snorkelling gear and an inflatable. Your private chef will craft food from any cuisine you desire, in line with any dietary requirements of the guests. Ample lounging and entertaining areas on deck and down below will allow for plenty of time to relax and escape the world on land. Karibu's dedicated and professional crew of four will ensure you have an unforgettable stay onboard.
New Williams SportJet 435 Tender
Selection of water toys including F5S Seabobs, SUPs, Inflatables, Fishing & Snorkeling Gear
Foldable bicycles for exploring ashore
Next, he racked up some serious nautical miles cruising New Zealand, the Pacific, the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. His role as second mate onboard Baltic’s cutting-edge ketch Hetarios took him to far-flung corners of the globe including the Southern Ocean around Cape Horn, and into the Arctic. Shoreside, you can find Will high on a mountain either skiing, climbing, or mountaineering. During an expedition to the Indian Himalayas he climbed to an impressive altitude of almost 7000m.
At 11 years old she moved on to racing small keelboats and discovered a passion she wished to pursue further in life. Since then she’s volunteered with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution and the Sea Cadets UK, completed a Foundational Degree in Operational Yacht Science, became qualified as a Yachtmaster Offshore, and earned her yachting stripes with 2 years and 4 Atlantic crossings as a deckhand on the mighty 62m schooner, SY Athos. Melissa loves being on the water whether it’s sailing, sn…
After graduation, she dabbled in teaching, recipe development, and food styling before she decided to become a private chef. She travelled across Europe and Central America cooking for families in their villas, where she gained in-depth experience in managing various dietary requirements, preferences and menu planning. Three years ago, she launched her yachting career when she joined Motor Yacht Polar Star as Sous Chef. Sara is a firm believer in using only the freshest, seasonal and locally sou…
|location||Leeward Islands (Antigua, St Martins, St Barts)|
This chain of islands sits at the meeting point where the north-eastern Caribbean Sea meets the western Atlantic. Created by volcanic activity at the end of the last Ice Age, the arc of islands stretches southwest, offering an eclectic mix of untouched desert islands with some of the most luxurious holiday destinations in the region.
|location||Windward Islands (St Vincent and Grenadines)|
Named for its Trade winds and ocean currents, the Windwards were the destination of choice for pirates. It is the ideal cruising ground for chilled charters. With calm seas and consistent winds (10-25 knots) cruising is effortless, with line-of-sight passages that make island hopping a joy.
The Virgin Islands are a popular charter destination for people enjoying their first charter and for families. The 50 islands have become one of the most popular sailing grounds, with steady Trade winds, gentle currents and lots of idyllic, sheltered anchorages.
|location||Amalfi Coast and Sicily|
|dates||June - September 2022|
The Amalfi Coast is famed for its stunning natural beauty, sweeping vistas and sophisticated day and nightlife. In contrast, the island of Sicily is steeped in history, with rugged terrain and coastline, peppered with beautiful beaches.
|location||Corsica and Sardinia|
|dates||June - September 2022|
Separated by the narrow Strait of Bonifacio, Corsica and Sardinia sit off the Italian and French coasts. Despite being so close, these islands display a character of their own – one Italian-inspired, the other, French. Both have tranquil bays on rugged coastlines, with beautiful beaches to relax on.
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