A Sweetest Thing vacation is all inclusive - you will be picked up at the airport (airport transfers not included in price), and you board a fully provisioned boat 30 minutes later ready to go. No grocery shopping. No chart briefing. No finding your own way. No delays. No additional fees for fishing, diving, park permits, fuel, water, etc. Everything is included.
3 queen cabins with separate air conditioners, full bathrooms, electric flushing heads
1 large single berth - port hull mid-ships
2 small single cabins (forepeak berths)
2012 Walker Bay 14' dingy with 70 hp motor for water sports and day trips to shore
Two 2-person kayaks
Two paddle boards
Pool floaties
8 snorkel sets with mask, snorkel and fins
6 complete sets of dive equipment, including tanks, backpacks, weights and regulators
1 towable watersports tube for up to two riders
1 knee board for use behind the dink
Flat panel LCD TV with built-in DVD player (hinges to show in cabin or cockpit)
Stereo system with MP3 and iPod inputs
Kindles loaded with books in each cabin
Games, books and magazines
Separately controlled A/C and cabin fans in all guest cabins
Deck chairs and cushions
Egyptian cotton sheets, towels are provided
Sweetest Thing is a 2009 model-year Fountaine Pajot Salina 48 sailing catamaran. She was sailed from France on her own bottom to Annapolis, where she has been fitted with water-maker, icemaker, air conditioning, freezer, screecher and generally upgraded for charter service.
She is available for charter year round, except for scheduled maintenance breaks in September.
Sweetest Thing's appliances operate on 12-volt or 120-volt inverters (onboard) and/or the boat's 120-volt generator.
Bathroom showers and sinks are all fresh water, hot and cold on demand. Toilets are electric flushing on fresh or seawater and designed for clean, environmentally-sensitive operation.
Thomas Smith Sails LLC is a United States Limited Liability Corporation that provides crewed sailing charter services via Sweetest Thing, operating under the management of Charter Caribe out of Brenner Bay harbor in St Thomas, sailing the BVI's from October 1 to September 1.