Â Itâ€™s always surprising to see how far in advance clients book Three Moons in order to get premium dates and holidays! Admired by all, Three Moons is kept in 5-star bristol condition from the top of her mast to the tip of her keel. Weâ€™re working hard to make this beautiful monohull a “star performer”!
Our fall/winter 2012-2013 calendar is active with lots of inquiries, so donâ€™t wait too long to book those special weeks on the calendar!
Our Rates* for 8 days/ 7nights from noon to noon are:
Eight guests: $19,000 or $339/per person, per night
Seven guests: $18,000 or $367/per person, per night
Six guests: $17,000 or $405/per person, per night
Five Guests: $16,000 or $457/per person, per night
Four Guests: $15,000 or $535/per person, per night
All fuel, customs, immigrations, port taxes and National Park anchoring/mooring fees are included. The yachtâ€™s top shelf bar, all award-winning meals and the use of all on board water-sports equipment is included. *Airfare to and from the yacht and Crew gratuities are not included.
“What a fantastic week in the BVIâ€™s and I couldnâ€™t imagine a better place to cross the â€ś50â€ť mark. We all had a great time with your genuine hospitality and wonderful food! We are looking forward to coming back soon!â€ť R. Buckley, Tyler, TX Â 6/3/2012
“Randy and Shelly,Â I don you both as King and Queen of the Caribbean Virgin IslandsÂ and I celebrate YOUÂ and THREE MOONS!Â Ever since I met you many yearsÂ ago, I knew you were both winners with your natural hospitality andÂ genuine charm.Â No wonder the Buckleys & Mewbournes returned for another cruise with you. I am confident that you will see them again. Thank you! Â THREE MOONSÂ is always at the top of the list.” -Sylvia Weston, Nicholson Yacht Charters 6/4/2012
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“There is nothing like lying flat on your back on the deck, alone except for the helmsman aft at the wheel, silence except for the lapping of the sea against the side of the ship. At that time you can be equal to Ulysses and brother to him.” Â ~Errol Flynn