SHAMBALA SAILING CHARTERS
SAIL HER LIKE YOU OWN HER
Anytime between February 14 - February 26
Bahamas Sailboat Charters with Female Captain and crew.
SV Shambala OPENS
the 2018 - 2019 cruising season
December 14th, 2018
December 14th until April 30th all Guests join Shambala at Georgetown, Exumas GGT Airport Code.
Shambala is accepting bookings for 2019-2020 season.
Contact Captain Suky for more info.
SEVEN nights for TWO include:
Meals (except for 3 land-based meals)
Guided snorkeling excursions
Guided land excursions
Accommodations aboard Shambala (private cabin)
Beverages of choice
Extend your Sail. Add more nights. Ask the Captain about Specials.
per person a day!
Gain greater confidence, experience a deeper understanding of navigation, anchoring safely, weather, helming, sail trim, boat systems, and all else that concerns cruising.
Most guest crews appreciate just chilling too, whether it's snorkeling, swinging in the hammock, beach combing or plain napping.
You design your days aboard with the Captain's guidance.
This is a flexible schedule customized to your needs. We spend all nights at anchor.
All charters are for 1 to 4 people.
January 2019 BOOKED
Check out our calendar!
If you have an additional 1 or 2 family members or friends, that would like to come along, please discuss with the Captain. 1-2 additional guest crew, may sleep in a Double bunk in the main salon. From $ 325. pp per day.
Single only supplement
$ 3,995.00 for 1. Private cabin (V-Berth)
$569.00 for 1 Each additional night.
December 14th until April 30th, all Guests join Shambala at Georgetown, Exumas GGT Airport Code.
Last year I had the opportunity to spend 10 days aboard Shambala in early January. The weather was quite a bit rainy but after every rain we would see beautiful rainbows. Some of the highlights were hiking the various gorgeous nature trails that the knowledgeable Captain took us to and sailing to some of the uninhabited cays, spending time snorkeling and enjoying small sweet secluded beaches. I enjoyed the simple but delicious meals on the boat especially the boat/home grown sprouts. Shambala is a cozy but sturdy vessel- this is not a lux boat but a real, true, intimate sailing experience. Captain Suky is a thoughtful and patient teacher if learning to sail is your thing. She would impart little gems of sailing wisdom along the way and tell us funny expressions like a little bit of blue in the clouds is called the dutchman's britches and big waves are elephants (you want them to lie down- HA) I had an amazing and magical time ( did I mention all the rainbows and dolphins swimming with the boat and feeding stingrays at the conch shack???) It is an experience I will treasure and hope to repeat! -Bon Voyage!