CARBON COPY

101 ft / 30.8 m Hargrave - Sleeps 8 guests

From: $50,000

Chartering in the Bahamas, Caribbean and the North America

About CARBON COPY

Operating in the Bahamas, Caribbean and the North America

We are excited about this boat, and even more excited about the team Captain Josh has put together to serve you and your guests on your dream vacation aboard CARBON COPY where you will be treated royally. A full beam master suite, two guest suites are amid ship while a private VIP suite forward has its own separate entrance. The polished walnut interior combine with the outstanding interior décor will make everyone aboard feel special. Set up for skiing, tubing, diving, and of course jet skis. 
Highlights:
Stunning custom interior by Yacht Interiors by Shelley
Modern Interior Furnishings
High Gloss Walnut with detailed inlays
Country Kitchen
7’2” ceiling height
Clever Storage
Fabulous electronics and entertainment package
Oversized windows and extra-large portholes fill all decks with natural light and fabulous views of exotic cruise destinations
On Deck Jacuzzi
Crew Cabins located Aft
Powered by dependable CAT C-32 1700 hp engines to cruise at 18 knots
Samaple Itinerary for a Bahamas Charter:
•       Day 1 - After arriving in Nassau, you will embark Carbon Copy at the world famous Hurricane Hole Marina. Slow down to “island time” with a glass of champagne as you explore the vessel and settle in. Venture out to the surrounding area and find shops and restaurants sure to entertain. Enjoy an intimate dinner aboard and let our five star chef take your palate to other worlds.
•       Day 2 - Start with breakfast dockside as we prepare to depart for beautiful Highbourne Cay. Fishing is one of the island’s best features as you will see while you reel in Mahi Mahi aboard a local charter boat. Numerous snorkeling spots can be explored as well as a picturesque beach next to the marina. Dine on board or head to the island’s only restaurant for elegantly prepared local fare.
•       Day 3 - Departing Highbourne Cay early, we will head south to the Exuma Land and Sea Park. Easily classified as one of the most beautiful and tranquil places in the Bahamas, Warderick Wells offers unsurpassed snorkeling and water activities.  Tender in to the beach and marvel at a 45 foot whale skeleton or head to the ranger station for an educational experience. Al fresco dining is best here so you can enjoy the nature and peacefulness of Warderick Wells.
•       Day 4,5 - Heading south 20 miles will take us to Staniel Cay and Big Major’s spot. We will spend 2 days here in order to take in all the area has to offer. Start with a swim into the Thunderball Grotto, a fantastic natural cave with breath taking views. Head to the beach at Big Major’s Spot and feed swimming pigs that will gladly accept any scraps of food you may have. Exploring the island by golf cart is the best way take in the laid back island culture. Casual dining and local fare is offered at the marina’s restaurant or perhaps you’ll prefer a private dinner on board.
•       Day 6 - As we head north 11 miles, we will come to Compass Cay. This tiny marina is known for its docile Nurse sharks which love to be pet by willing thrill seekers. Bonefishing is popular here because of the unusually shallow surrounding waters. Kayak through the mangroves quietly enough and hopefully you’ll catch a glimpse of one of the friendly sea turtles. For dinner, Tucker, the marina owner will gladly make you one of the best hamburgers around, or if elegance is your preference you may choose to dine on board.
•       Day 7 - Departing Compass Cay early, we will head northwest 4 hours to the amazing Atlantis Resort and Marina. Exploring the incredible property in its entirety would take more than a week, but the water park and aquarium should not be missed. Spend the day (and night!) swimming, lounging, gambling, eating, shopping, dancing or doing anything your heart desires. Atlantis also offers world class shopping and dining. Enjoy breakfast onboard and take turns telling stories of the adventures Atlantis had to offer. Disembarkation is inevitable on this day, but photos, stories, and unforgettable memories will leave a long lasting impression of your time in the Bahamas on M/Y CARBON.

Aft Deck

Aft Deck Detail

Salon

Salon

Salon Bar

Dining

Interior

Galley

Pilothouse

Stateroom foyer

Master Stateroom

Master Stateroom

Master Bathroom

VIP Stateroom

Guest Stateroom

Twin Guest Stateroom

Flybridge

Flybridge Helm

Flybridge and Jacuzzi

Captain's Cabin

Water Toys

Specification

Length

101 ft / 30.8 m

Year Built

2013

Sleeping Guests

8

Cruising Speeds

18 kts / 33.3 km/h

Engines

CAT C-32 1700 hp engines

Beam

21 ft 11 in / 6.4 m

Builder

Hargrave

Crew

Captain: Josh Claassen + 3

Stabilisers

Stabilisers

VAT Registered

No

Draft

6 ft 6 in / 1.7 m

Designer

Yacht Interiors by Shelley

Refit

Flag

United States

US Duty Paid

Yes

Amenities

General

  • BBQ
  • Deck shower
  • Jacuzzi on deck
  • Swim platform

Electrical

  • Bluray player saloon
  • DVD player saloon
  • Indoor audio system
  • Local TV

Toys

  • Kayaks multiple
  • Tube - towable
  • Water skis - adult
  • Wave runner (sitdown)

Tenders

  • RIB tender 14ft / 4.50m - 70hp engine

Diving

  • Diving by arrangement
  • Snorkelling gear

Crew Profile

Captain: Josh Claassen

Captain Josh grew up in California. His first stint as a professional mariner was aboard a gaff rigged top-sail ketch that sailed up and down the coast. His duties included being a top man, a bowman a coxswain and a maritime educator to both school children and adults. After his adventures before the mast he moved to Florida and has been working aboard private and charter yachts for the the past 15 years. In his maritime career he has earned his Coast Guard Captains Ticket and has traveled to many beautiful places. He has had the pleasure of working on many amazing vessels and meeting many truly great people. He looks forward in welcoming you aboard Motor Yacht Carbon Copy for an enjoyable and memorable time!

Mate: Michael Knab

Hailing from Long Island’s east end, Michael Knab brings us his life experience of growing up on the water. As a child he was raised sailing, snorkeling, and fishing, in his home town of Sag Harbor. As a youth Michael was trained to be an ocean lifeguard in the summers while also participating in his high school swimming and sailing teams in the during school seasons. He continued to nurture his passion for the water, eventually working for local surf and fishing camps and yacht clubs. He is excited to share his love for the water and explore new locations with guests.

Stewardess: Mel Cortez

Having spent childhood summers on the beaches of Southern California, Mel’s love for the ocean has recently driven her career choices. Four years ago, she moved to land locked Vermont to work as a nanny. Although she enjoyed her life in Vermont, she yearned to be back on the water. Before moving to Florida, Mel worked as a deckhand for a small ship cruising company on the Mississippi River. She enjoys making people smile, dancing, and traveling.

Chef: Bryan Matthews

Chef Bryan Matthews grew up in Hackettstown, New Jersey and started his yachting career after spending four years in the United States Navy. Working his way from Deckhand to Mate he eventually realized his goal of becoming a Captain and now holds a 200 ton US Coast Guard license. His lifelong passion for cooking was cultivated further by watching and assisting, where he could, the many yacht Chefs he has worked with. His career in the Culinary Arts was fostered at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale in their Bachelors program. Chef Bryan began working as a line cook at L’Hermitage and The Chefs Palate. Moving up the kitchen ranks it was a natural transition to cook on private yachts where his passions for cooking and life at sea could unite. Bryan has cooked on yachts on the Eastern Seaboard, the Caribbean, Mexico and Alaska. His passion for what he does shows in his dishes and meals served to guests.

Layout

CARBON COPY can accommodate 8 guests in 4 cabins. The Master cabin has a king size bed, shower and toilet. A Starboard Guest cabin has a twin bed, shower and toilet. A Port Guest cabin has a queen size bed (that can convert to a queen bed), shower and toilet. A Forward VIP cabin has a king size bed, shower and toilet. CARBON COPY is fully air conditioned through out. Crew has a separate heads and shower.

Luxury charter yacht layout diagram for CARBON COPY

Company details for CARBON COPY

United Yacht Sales

110 SW Atlanta Avenue

Stuart

FL

34994

CARBON COPY running shot
CARBON COPY
Available in 3 areas
101 ft / 30.8 m
Guests 8
From $50,000

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