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$ 35,000 - $41,000 / Week Plus Expenses Learn more

JULIE Yacht Charter Motor Boat

$ 35,000 - $41,000 / Week Plus Expenses Learn more

Motor Boat Specifications


Year Built

80.0 Ft


18 Feet


4.5 Feet


Motor Boat






Speed: Cruise Speed 39, Max Speed 49





Max Guests


Number of Crew

Cabin beds: 1 King(s), 1 Queen(s), 1 Twin(s), 1 Pullman(s)


Winter Area


Summer Area

JULIE Yacht Charter Motor Boat
$ 35,000 - $41,000 / Week Plus Expenses


BMW Pearl Metallic Paint in lieu of standard white gelcoat
Warm Italian color scheme in Frau leather
Full size Sub Zero refrigerator in galley
Additional cabinet storage in galley with granite counter tops
Stainless steel appliances
Backlit alabaster bar in salon
Navigation screens upgraded to Garmin (2016)
FLIR System
New Washer and Dryer
TVs upgraded throughout including TV in master cabin
Custom décor in owner and guest cabins (2017)
Wenge wood ceiling accents in salon
Work station / Desk in salon with storage and leather chair
Water Maker
Leather flooring upgrade in all staterooms
Leather wrapped door handles

The salon is entered through either of two electric sliding aft deck doors that join a centerline window. This entire
assembly is retractable out of site for a versatile indoor or outdoor feel. The salon sofa is modular and can be moved
according to owner preference allowing either single or dual entry points into the salon.
Access to the galley, crew quarters and engine room by means of a port stairway
Access to the owner and guest accommodation area by forward stairway
Aluminum folding chairs upholstered in Poltrona Frau leather stored in galley crew area
A/V system amplifier
HDTV on electric high/low lift with KVH M7 SAT receiver/antenna
Built in ceiling dimmed lights
Ceramic dinner service for 12 people (designated storage in galley)
Rug underneath salon sofa and table
Digitally controlled A/C system
Electric blinds in side windows and sliding aft door
Hideaway sliding hard top above helm seats
L shaped sofa upholstered in Poltrona Frau leather
Light switches
Bleached oak cabinetry
Custom oak folding high low table with leather insert
Set of glasses for 12 people
Stainless steel cutlery set for 12 people
Strip lighting in ceiling
Strip lighting in dashboard
Structural GRP flooring covered in wenge
Teak holder for glasses plates
Twin sofa in Poltrona Frau leather (slides to starboard as needed)
Fridge 120V/60hz
A/V system with I pod dock
Bar with backlight alabaster with ice maker and fridge
Desk furniture and chair on starboard side

Master Stateroom & Head
The master cabin is spacious and wellappointed
and features a combination of Frau leathers and other tasteful soft
goods. The two large hull side windows allow in plenty of natural light and provide an incredible view of your surroundings.
Access to the cabin by means of a stairway with wenge steps
Aft bulkhead mirror
Aft bulkhead sound insulation
Cabin entrance ceiling section with oak ceiling frame and light panel
Leather flooring
A/C system with digital controls
Fixed side windows in ballistic crystal with built in hinged polished stainless steel porthole
Hideaway vanity unit upholstered in Poltrona Frau leather
Bleached oak bed with headboard upholstered in Poltrona Frau leather and drawers underneath
Fridge unit with bleached oak door
Locker with clothes rail and internal lighting
Strip lighting under the bed
Master head
LED light strips over head
Built in ceiling lights
Built in polished stainless washbasin
A/C system with digital controls
Electric freshwater ceramic WC
Fixed side windows in ballistic crystal with built in hinged polished stainless porthole
Mosaic tile in the shower

VIP Stateroom (Forward)
The spacious VIP cabin is located forward in the accommodations space and features a double bed, private head and
shower and Frau Leather accents.
Ceiling lights with dimmers
A/C system with digital control head
Double bed in bleached oak with headboard upholstered in FRAU leather and locker underneath
Emergency exit to upper deck by means of skylight and hideaway ladder
Leather flooring
Hinged polished stainless steel porthole with opening lock
Locker in bleached oak, clothes hanger, internal light and mirror
Bleached oak nightstand
Reading light
Strip accent lighting under the bed
Twin Guest Stateroom (Port)
The port guest cabin features side by side single beds, a hanging locker and direct access to the guest head.
Alt bulkhead mirror
Audio system
Built in circular speakers
Built in ceiling lights
Digitally controlled A/C system
Hinged polished stainless steel porthole with opening hook
Bleached oak nightstand
Bleached oak locker with clothes rail, internal lighting and mirror
Single bed in bleached oak with headboard upholstered in FRAU leather
Strip lighting under the bed
Leather flooring
Light switches

Twin Head
Shower mixer tap with double outlets
Single washbasin with faucet
Standard shipyard shower cubicle with tempered glass door
Walls covered in standard shipyard laminate
Washbasin unit in Bleached oak and opening doors
WC brush holder
Wenge shower plate

Twin Guest Stateroom (Starboard)
The starboard twin guest cabin on this Pershing has one fixed bed plus a Pullman berth in lieu of two side by side bunks.
This was originally done to accommodate an exercise bike for the initial owner. The bike is no longer there so the space
could be converted back to a bunk by a local marine carpenter or utilized for storage.
Alt bulkhead mirror
Audio system
Built in circular speakers
Built in ceiling spotlights
Digitally controlled A/C system
Hinged polished stainless steel porthole with opening hook
Bleached oak nightstand
Bleached oak locker with clothes hanger, internal lighting and mirror
Single bed in bleached oak with headboard upholstered in FRAU leather
Strip lighting under the bed
Leather flooring
Light switches

Forward Deck
The popular foredeck area provides a great area to relax in seclusion. It features a large Ushaped
lounge with manual
canopy plus a forward sun pad.
LED deck lights
Cockpit table in teak
GRP lounge with seats and backrest
Manual bimini top
Mooring LED lights
Waterproof speakers with independent volume control

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Cabins :
King(s) :
Queen(s) :
Twin(s) :
Pullman(s) :
Showers :
Heads :


Helipad :
Jacuzzi :
A/C :
Sun Awning :
Bimini :

Technical Details

Cruise Speed :
Max Speed :

Charter Types

Special Diets :
Kosher Diets :
Gay Charters :
Nude Charters :
Guest Smoke :
Crew Smoke :
Crew Pets :
Crew Pet Type :
Guest Pet :
Children Allowed :

Crew Profile

Captain Name :
Michael Sine
Captain License:
200 Tons
Number of Crew:
English and Spanish

Michael Sine - Captain

Captain Mike is from Nashville, Tn. He was raised on the water and has been driving boats with his family since the age of 11. Captain Mike served with the US Coast Guard from 199-2003. He currently holds a 200 ton license and is also a certified engineer.
He volunteered with the SeaShepard organization for a year and a half.
In his spare time he enjoys relaxing on the water, playing golf, and helping keep our oceans clean.

Danielee Ortega - Chief Stewardess

Danialee was born in Dominican Republic and raised in North Bergen, New Jersey. She came to Miami to attend Barry University and for the beautiful weather. Upon completing her Bachelor's degree in accounting, she joined the yachting industry. Her love for the ocean and passion for travel made the transition to the yachting industry natural and exciting. She also enjoys keeping fit when she's not at sea and she enjoys reading as many books as she can as well as trying local cuisine all over Miami.
She takes great care in ensuring all her guests have a sensational experience while onboard M/Y Julie. She hopes to make your stay with us a memory of a life time.

Peter Bouchard - Chef

Living in Africa, Asia, studying at Boston University and the Euro Center in Paris, and working in San Francisco and Puerto Rico has exposed him to
the wonders of various regional and ethnic foods. This broad exposure continues to influence his passion. Delivering an exquisite
presentation using only fresh and seasonal ingredients, he brings out the best of each item letting the flavors speak for themselves.

Featured in San Juan Star Newspaper on numerous occasions
Featured in Wine and Dine Magazine
Featured in El Nuevo Dia Newspaper
Featured Chef in 12 Chefs Event, Caribbe Hilton Hotel
Featured in Imagen Magazine
Featured Chef in Caribbean Business Newspaper

*** Chef Peter Bouchard is provided for charters of 4 nights or longer***

**15% crew gratuity is recommended and is given at the charterer's sole discretion based on the level of service rendered**

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Water Entertainment

Dinghy :
William Jet Tender
Dinghy Hp :
Dinghy Pax :
Wave Run :
Tube :
Float Mats :
Swim Platform :
Boarding Ladder :
Games Beach :
Other Toys :
Day/Term Charters:
2 person Wave Runner Seadoo Spark
6 person Inflatable Island
Floating Walkway Mat
Inflatable Towable Pull Tube
Several Snorkel Gear for adults and kids

Term Charters:
Knee Board
Wake Board
Water Skis
2 Inflatable Paddle-boards
Pull Tube

Scuba Diving

Scuba :
Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
License Info :
Compressor :
Not Onboard

Onboard Entertainment

Vcr Dvd :
Salon Stereo :
Board Games :
Sat TV:


Minimun Maximun
$35,000 $41,000
Rates are per week

Rate Terms:

Inclusions and exclusion are not standardized across the different yachts, with each offering slightly different terms. Please contact us for a proposal that details the yacht’s availability and individual pricing based on the number of guests in your party, as well as the list of the inclusions and exclusions for that particular yacht.

This Yacht offers a “Plus Expenses” Rate:

Included are the Yacht and its onboard equipment as well as the Captain, Chef and Crew’s services.

Excluded are food and beverages, fuel for the yacht and its tender, any dockage, airport transfers costs, onshore excursions and tours, as well as any cruising permits, licenses and other charter related expenses. Crew gratuity, although optional is customary at 15% - 20% of the charter rate for the Caribbean and 10% - 15% for the Mediterranean.

Advanced Provisioning Allowance:
For "Plus Expenses" charters, yachts request an Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA), which is generally estimated at 20% - 25% of the base charter fee for sailing yachts (catamarans and monohulls) and at 30%-35% for motor yachts. The APA essentially creates a bank account for the Captain to purchase provisions, fuel, dockage, food, beverages, bar, and other consumables on the charterer's behalf. The Captain will keep all receipts and manage a running balance of the account, so that expenditures can be checked at any time. Any amount not used will be refunded at the end of the charter. If during the charter the costs have exceeded the collected APA, then additional funds will be required for the outstanding bills. All purchases are transparent and nothing is marked up. The APA is used purely for the charterer's provisions and charter-related expenses.

Please Note:
Our team endeavors to provide up to date and accurate information regarding each yacht in our listing, however some yachts reserve the right to make last minute changes to their availability and rates. With this in mind, please note that premium rates may be attached to certain destinations and dates, such as Christmas and New Years in the Caribbean or July and August in the Mediterranean. Kindly contact us for a proposal that details the yacht’s final rate and availability.