A 65' Naval Chantier aluminium sloop, she has been built for charter! She is
fast, safe, and extremely spacious. Makayabella has been completely refitted in
are two twin cabins each with 3ft beds and two double cabins each with 4'
-6" beds. All beds are 6'6" long.
The Crew: The combination of John's Yachtmaster and Divemaster experience and Sue's imaginative culinary skills together with their delightful sense of fun and adventure is certain to ensure that your holiday will be one to enjoy and remember.
John was born in Greenwich, England and has sailed for many years progressing from dinghies to yachts before buying his own boat which he sailed across the Atlantic to the Caribbean in 1991. Here he successfully chartered whilst continuing to explore much of the area including many fascinating and little known uninhabited islands in the Caribbean and Venezuela. Having decided that it was a wonderful place to live and work, John returned to England in order to start up a business which would enable him to buy a larger boat on which to return to the Caribbean and continue chartering. This he has done together with his 2 sons who now carry on running the highly successful cabinet making company.
Sue comes from Leicestershire in England and has also led something of an adventure life; after attending catering college she worked in a variety of pubs, hotels and restaurants. She has traveled through Europe, the Middle East and East Africa and lived in North Africa and France before settling in South Africa where she lived for 16 years. Here she found herself preparing meals as diverse as "Zoo Stew" for guests on game farms, and "Marinated Marlin" for a family beach barbecue! It was in South Africa that John met Sue whilst on a shark diving holiday on the south coast of Natal.
Minimum number of guests: 2
Maximum number of guests: 8
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