The two guest cabins each have a sliding system to enable the beds to be pushed together to form a double. However, in the starboard guest cabin there is a substantial night table/drawer module between the two which would need to be removed. The bunks in the port guest cabin have been successfully combined on several occasions.
Price TermsPlus Expenses
Price from: $57,500
High season rate: $63,250
$57,500 per week, plus all expenses.
Christmas New Year's (20th December - 4th January): $63,250 per week, plus all expenses.
SUMMER 2021: New England
$57,500 per week for six plus all expenses.
Rates are subject to change without notice. Please confirm rates before quoting.
Aurelius 111 yacht charter price
|# of charter days||Base Price||APA (deposit for provisioning, fuel, docking fees, etc)||Total||Note|
|14 day charter||115,000$ to 126,500$||23,000$ to 37,950$||138,000$ to 164,450$||Discounts outside the main season are common.|
|7 day charter||57,500$ to 63,250$||11,500$ to 18,975$||69,000$ to 82,225$||Standard charter rate, base for all calculations.|
|3 day charter||28,750$ to 31,625$||5,750$ to 9,488$||34,500$ to 41,113$||The usual formula is the 7 day charter rate divided by 6, times the number of days (3). Boat policy might differ. 57,500$ / 6 * 3 days = 28,750$|
|1 day charter||9,583$ to 12,650$||1,917$ to 3,163$||11,500$ to 15,813$||Please inquire, the possibility/availability of a 1 day charter needs to be verified.|
All prices are generated by a calculator and serve as a guide for new charterers. Any additional information of the Price Details section has priority over above. Availability is always subject to confirmation. Gratuity not included for it's discretionary character, usually 5%-25% of the Base Price.
Full AC, ensuite electric heads for each cabin, blender, microwave, hammock,awning, swim platform, deck shower, CD player; DVD player, cockpit speakers, TV, Novurania dinghy, snorkeling equipment, wakeboards, SUP, rendezvous diving
The two guest cabins each have a sliding system to enable the beds to be pushed together to form a double. However, in the starboard guest cabin there is a substantial night table/drawer module between the two which would need to be removed. We have not attempted that, but next week I will investigate how much difficulty would be involved. We have successfully combined the bunks in the port guest cabin on several occasions
Captain: Nicolas Chauvet
Captain Nicolas Chauvet
Nicolas Chauvet, captain of AURELIUS, is an experienced sailor, engineer, pilot, athlete, and musician.
He holds master's degrees in mechanical engineering and business administration. He also spent 12 years at a music conservatory and is a classically trained violinist. Prior to embarking on a yachting career, Nicolas worked for 10 years as an engineer and special project manager at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.
Sailing since the age of seven, Nicolas actively raced on yachts, among them the Etchells class, for fun. When he was 29, he obtained a U.S. Coast Guard captain’s license and began delivering yachts along the U.S. East Coast to the Caribbean.
Nicolas holds a 200-ton RYA Ocean Yacht Master credential, with nearly 200,000 nautical miles at the helm.
His crew positions include captain of the Swan 77 LA FORZA DEL DESTINO; captain of the 90-foot charter sailing catamaran LONE STAR; first mate/engineer aboard the 106-foot Holland Jachtbouw modern classic sailing yacht CARL LINNE; and countless others moving from the U.S. East Coast to the Caribbean and the Med and back.
Nicolas is not only an excellent yacht captain and sailboat racer – he is a licensed airplane pilot and flight instructor, motorcycle enthusiast, kite surfer, windsurfer, scuba diver. He always welcomes opportunities to learn from others and lives up to his personal motto, “work, hard, play hard!”
Chef Lia Hosein
Aurelius chef Lia Hosein of Trinidad finds inspiration for her culinary skills from her country of origin and from extensive world travels. She enjoys immersing herself in the cultures of the places she visits, and learning all she can about the cuisine, local ingredients, and cooking techniques.
Lia traveled to Europe to train under the English chef Rosie Davis, renown for hands-on classes for cooks. Lia is also certified in silver service and has completed courses in wine pairing and wine tasting.
She has augmented her culinary training and experience with work as a guest relations manager at world-class hotels.
Lia has worked as a chef aboard yachts for more than a dozen years, including with Captain Nicolas Chauvet on LA FORZA DEL DESTINO. Guests enjoy her sincere, hospitable personality as well as her warm and welcoming smile. Her practical knowledge of the Caribbean ranks Lia as the go-to adviser for the best beaches, scenic views, and activities. Beneath her professional demeanor is a great sense of humor. Prepare to laugh often and heartily!