Transatlantic Passage

Transaltantic Passage: Virgin Islands- Croatia, Anahita

1 Transatlantic Passage: Virgin Islands- Croatia, Anahita, only 1 spot left!Anahita arriving in Croatia. Transatlantic Passage

This is a paying crew position and we have now booked up one of the spots all the way to Croatia. With there being only one cabin left open on this passage.

The generally itinerary is departing the Virgin Islands somewhere between April 20th to May 1st. Spending approx 18 days getting to the Azores, where you will spend a few days in port then continuing on to Gibraltar which is about another 6 sea days, and with a further stop or two and about another ten days sailing time you reach the end of the Transatlantic Passage!

2 Transatlantic Passage: Virgin Islands- Croatia, Anahita, only 1 spot left!Crossing the Atlantic May 2014 from St Thomas to the Azores on Anahita

Anahita must be in Croatia by June 10th as they have a charter in Croata starting June 14th. And then will be available for charters in the area all summer long.

As paying crew you are expected to share in all the boat duties equally. The yacht will be fully provisioned for a trip across the Atlantic, and additionally your personal expenses and meals while in port (which you can either prepare on board or eat out) are not included. Nor are you charged the per diem while in ports.

3 Transatlantic Passage: Virgin Islands- Croatia, Anahita, only 1 spot left!Yacht Anahita 62′ Sailing Yacht crossing the Atlantic spring 2014

This is about 5000 miles and approx 34 sea days. You can choose to make the crossing shorter and get off in Gibraltar say.

The cost of this passage is around $6500 to $9200 depending on where you choose to disembark Anahita.

Anahitas rates in Croatia or Turkey for 6 guests, 7 nights are $14,500 Plus all expenses.

Contact us for more information or booking 🙂

Guest comments on Crossing:

I’ve had the pleasure of crewing for Bjian Kalantari twice, (on) both Trans-Atlantic crossings in 2009. Rosanne (the chef) is an amazing person, (Bijan) a gracious host and their operation is top notch. The vessel is pristine, fast and very comfortable. Bijan’s skills as a captain are excellent and I would highly recommend Anahita for your next trip, you will not be disappointed. Keep up the good work Bijan, nice job

May 25, 2012
Gibraltar

Dear Bijan and Roseanne: We just finished our wonderful Atlantic crossing. We couldn’t have found a better boat, better captain or better chef for this wonderful experience of our lives. Thank you very much for your continued attention during the entire trip. See you in Guatemala, Rene

My dear friends Bijan and Roseanne, (The best of the best!). What comes from the bottom of my heart can be said in a few words: thank you so much for this wonderful Atlantic crossing!! Thank you for your hospitality, the excellent food, and all your concern to make this trip an unforgettable adventure!! Don’t forget, “Music is the power of life”.!! Patricia

It is fair to say that- Having only sailed in the Mediterranean, and never in “Proper” oceans- I was somewhat worried regards crossing the Atlantic, my journey into the un known! I needn’t have worried: From the moment I stepped aboard I felt at ease and very much enjoyed the crossing.

So many things for making it so easy: Well hosted!!
Best wishes to you both for much happiness together, kind seas and fair winds.,
If you ever find your way to York make sure you look me up.
Bruce,
York, England

4 Transatlantic Passage: Virgin Islands- Croatia, Anahita, only 1 spot left! Yacht Anahita 62′ Sailing Yacht crossing the Atlantic spring 2014