Bella Principessa is heading down island to the Grenadines. She will be available from approximately 16th June until the end of July 2017. No relocation fees, all inclusive and yes, that includes cruising permits and great diving.
Plus, get a 10% reduction off normal rates.
7 night minimum

Bella Principessa

Charter yacht Bella Principessa Charter yacht Bella Principessa

Bella Principessa is a Privilege 615. Beautifully appointed, this spacious yacht features a fully air conditioned stylish interior. Light and airy this yacht offers a large owners cabin and 2 aft cabins, all king size staterooms, each ensuite with head and spa shower. While most yachts of this size offer 4 guest cabins, Bella Principessa will offer a considerable amount of space and privacy.

Besides the roomy cockpit and trampolines, Bella Principessa has a fly bridge which offers guests a great place to view the crystal blue waters from.

Bella Principessa offers a full complement of water toys including water skis, wakeboard, Kayaks, sea bobs, snorkel and diving equipment along with an on board compressor.

Here are the pics I took of her at the 2016 Antigua Boat Show!

Crew

Your captain for Bella Principessa!
Your captain for Bella Principessa!

Willo, your captain on Bella Principessa, comes from a family of sailors. He has lived and breathed sailing since the age of six. As a fully qualified Royal Yacht Master Offshore Captain, Willo has a an extensive list of credentials and his sailing experience is well rounded.

He taught sailing for 3 years and has a dinghy racing background on a international level. As a skipper he has a wide range of experience from running busy charter catamarans for 5 years in the Caribbean to working on super yachts and over seeing new builds yacht projects in the Mediterranean.

Chef Alexis Garrison happily joins Bella after years spent freelancing as a sole chef on private sail & motor yachts. She returns to her first loves, sailing and adventures, both is the galley and on deck.

Originally from Mississippi, Alexis spent her summers as a child bouncing between sailing with her Grandfather on the Gulf Coast and cooking with her Grandmother on her farm in rural Mississippi Cooking runs deep in her family with both her grandmother and mother owning restaurants at different points in her young life. Eventually her family relocated to the US Virgin Islands where she discovered the world of Yacht Chartering which allowed her to take her heritage into a new career.

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