- Eco-Snorkeling with whale sharks
- Sea Kayaking with dolphins
- Explore rich Ocean Wildlife: swim with Sea lions and enjoy whale watching
- Discover what s going on below the water’s surface: the surrounding reefs of Isla EspírituSanto
are home to parrotfish, angelfish, trumpet fish, and more, while dolphins, rays, turtles and grey, blue, and humpback whales pass nearby.
- Include surfing activities in your itinerary: World famous Zippers is the closest break to San Jose del Cabo. Located just west of the town, it offers up a fun, fast right break and is the site of numerous surf competitions. Another good spot along the Costa Azul shore, this right break forms off a rock outcropping. On a good day, the ride is a bit over one hundred yards. Light swells produce 3-4 footers but the occasional push from tropical storms can push it to 6-10 feet in the right swell.
- Experience horseback riding Mexican coastline
- Explore off-road in desert terrain: with little civilization along the tracks, a person has hundreds of miles to fun to explore.
- Include cultural experience in your itinerary: La Paz is filled with jewellery makers and artists and there is a local co-op for artists, a walking street filled with artists and various art shops throughout the town.
- Diving: Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park is one of the best dive sites in the world known to scuba divers worldwide for its abundance of exotic marine life. Immerse yourself in adventure and let this colourful, aquatic universe take your breath away.
- Experience one-of-its-kind pink sunsets, rare phenomenon.
- California bay is “Mecca” for extreme sports enthusiasts: It’s an excellent way to enjoy an adrenaline rush while appreciating the stunning local wildlife.
- Include inland aerial-trip in your itinerary: a journey through the air above the Boca de la Sierra forest. Once-in-a-life-time experience.
- Cabo Zip Line Experience: breathtaking bird’s eye view of the lush tropical scenery of this UNESCO protected biosphere reserve.
- Include private specially designed course with Polaris UTV
- Explore Mexican cuisine and delicacies
125,000 USD for 1 week (yacht charter fees) + 16% local VAT + 30% deposit for expenses (fuel, food-beverages, ports, experiences & adventures etc.)
Additional days possible at the rate: 17 857 USD + 16% VAT + 30% deposit for expenses
*We guarantee the best possible deal on this experience.
Flexible 1-week experience within the following dates:
- From 22nd of March 2019 to 8th of April 2019
- From 18th of April 2019 – to 30th of April 2019
( last up-dated 11.03.2019)
The Yacht: M/Y KOMOKWA
Length: 41.15M 135 FT
Year Built (refit): 2010
Volume: 398 Gross tons
Cruising speed: 13 knots
Fuel consumption: Litres/Hr
Cabins configuration: 4 Double, 2 Twin, 2 Convertible
Beds configuration: 2 Pullman, 2 King, 1 Queen, 4 Single, 2 Convertible
- On the bridge deck the cherry wood owners cabin with king sized bed
- On the main deck the cherry wood VIP cabin with king sized bed
- Three guest cabins reside on the lower deck, one queen sized double and 2 twin cabins + 2 Pullman berths
Number of guests: 10
6 crew members
Captain: Justin Christou, Canadian
Justin has accumulated more than 150,000+nm of global cruising experience during his past twenty years in the luxury yachting industry. Having gained extensive ship handling skills and intimate knowledge of both popular cruising destinations and secluded anchorages, Justin is committed to providing the yacht’s owner and guests with the highest possible standards of service and most enjoyable yachting experiences at all times.
Chef: Emiliano Novielo, Argentinian
With fifteen years of gastronomy experience, Emiliano has worked his way around the world. Spending summers working in Spain and winters in Andorra, Emiliano honed his skills in various kitchens preparing a range of cuisines from the Mediterranean, to Italian, to French, and everything in between. Emiliano has spent the past two years working on Komokwa, where whipping up memorable desserts is his speciality.
Chief Stewardess: Samantha Neal, British
Sammy has worked her way around the globe for the past 9 years; revelling in the beauty of different cultures and landscapes, she came across yachting when she moved to the idyllic island of Mallorca, a haven for luxury yachts in the Balearic Islands. Since, she has worked on both motor and sail yachts up to 60m in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, and Pacific North West, having been fortunate enough to participate as a Stewardess during St Barth’s Bucket earlier this year.
Stewardess: Rose Good, New Zealander
Deckhand: Goran, Montenegrian
Goran has worked in Greece, Turkey, France, Croatia and Montenegro. He speaks English, French, Montenegrian and Spanish.
Engineer: Jamie McIntyre, British
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