BREANKER 55 ft. Catamaran
BREANKER was a custom built in 1991, yet this charter yacht is in like new condition. She has been maintained and refit numerous times. Since 2005, Marianne and Kristian, her current owners have been busy refitting and upgrading BREANKER every year.
The original owner of BREANKER was a South African where at the time they did not allow their citizens to leave the country with their savings. So being a smart man, he took all his savings, built three identical catamarans, and sailed his money away. Two of the three yachts he built are still available for charter in the Caribbean.
Information About the Crew
Marianne is a marvelous Chef, Captain, Kristian has the patients of a saint. Kristian can build anything. Years ago, Marianne and Kristian hand-built a beautiful 68ft. sloop, and offered her for charter. This crew is one of the hardest working crews in the charter fleet,
A client 0f mine once booked BREANKER five years in row. That’s testimony to the quality and service guests receive.
I once had a 4-day cruise aboard BREANKER. It was a wonderful experience. The extremely clean and well maintained yacht, the scrumptious meals and drinks served, and the friendly camaraderie of the crew made this wonderful experience.
Booking a charter yacht vacation aboard BREANKER, guarantees you of having the vacation of a lifetime.
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The typical amount of the crew’s gratuity is 20% of the base price of the charter. You have the option of scaling the crew’s gratuity up or down based on level of service.