Manufacture Bruce Robert
Yacht model Waverunner
Type Cruising
Year Re built 2014
Displacement 50 Tons
Length (over all) 17.m
Beam (max) 4.50
Draft (incl. Props) 2.00.m
Engines 2 x Rolls Royce
Fuel consumption 9 Galon/Hour
Fuel capacity 5 Tons
Air condition yes
Generator Ford 13 KV
Stabilizers No
Desalinator yes
Maximum speed 14 knots
Cruising speed 10 Knots
Port of registry Southampton
Flag British
Crew 3
Rooms 1. Vip room – with bathroom and toillette

2. double room

3. twin room (there is another bathroom with toillette for double and twin room)

Sea Toys Dinghy, Jet ski, Sea scooter, Fishing equipments and Diving equipments



Ultimate Exploration

While enjoying leisurely on the yacht top or the sundeck, One of our crew will present you with fresh cold fruits or a cold drink.

When do you plan to start your charter holiday?

The charter period starts at the beginning of May and lasts till the middle of October. Our High season start in May and end in September. However we are available all year round.

Where to cruise?

Depending on how much of the coastline you would like to explore, whether it is a few days for islands hopping, or over a week for more stopovers.

Your Itinerary:

Once you have booked your charter one of the most exciting things is designing your personalized itinerary. Our Captain will be pleased to help you.

Travel Arrangements:

You just need to decide where to board with Kaboky . We will be glad to organize your transfer from the airport or from the hotel to the yacht.

Preferences list:

We will send you a questionnaire regarding your preferences for the charter including details like guest lists, travel requirements, food, wines, etc., enabling us to be prepared. Once the preference list is received, the Captain will take action to pre-book any required berths and brief his crew.

The Charter Agreement:

You are kindly required to sign and return the document. First payment, 50% of the charter fee will be required after the charter agreement is signed. The charter fee covers the cost of the charter and equipment on a yacht.

Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA)

APA is additional to the charter fee and amounts to around 30% of the charter fee cost. It covers the cost of fuel, a berth in port, food and other provisions, such as special equipment. Berth and mooring fees vary depending on the port and season. At the end of your charter vacation, the Captain will refund you any money that has not been used, or inform you in advance to pay an additional amount.

Final Payment:

The final balance of the charter fee and the APA amount has to be paid one month before the start of your charter.