Operating in the Caribbean and the Bahamas
Ohana's spacious saloon
Aft al fresco dining area
The flybridge adds a huge amount of space
Master king suite
VIP queen suite
Twin guest suite
Guest head and shower
Saloon and bar area
Looking forward into the saloon
Aft deck lounging and dining area
Alternate view of the master suite
Another view of the flybridge, with BBQ
The helm station
Another view of the saloon
Lounging on the Sun Island
Enjoy the watersports!
Ohana features a large tender.
Sunset in the Bahamas
OHANA can accommodate 6 guests in 3 cabins. The Master forward cabin has a king size bed, shower and toilet. A starboard VIP cabin has a queen size bed, shower and toilet. A portside Guest cabin has 2 twin beds or converts to another king berth, with adjacent shower and toilet. OHANA is fully air conditioned through out. Crew share companionway, heads and showers with guests.
- US Duty Paid -
Guests aboard OHANA in mid-February, 2016 wrote:
Thanks, we got back on schedule but it is a haul! We had a great time on the trip it was the best trip so far according to Miles, our water boy! And Max liked it TOO! When I review our pics we’ll send some on to you.We feel that Ohana is a perfect yacht for a family our size even up to 6 total. It was very comfortable and we enjoyed you guys taking care of our needs. The food was fabulous too! we loved it! Thanks to Kerry.
All the best Jeff and Kim, Miles and Max.
OHANA's recent guests for a two week charter sent Jeff and Michelle this after they arrived home in early March:
Good morning, Michelle and Jeff: after a VERY full day of travelling yesterday, we arrived home last night around 9:30. The flights were uneventful (which is good); just long. I have been up since 4:00 a.m. (which is my usual 7:00 a.m. BVI time) tackling paperwork and accumulated e-mails.
Speaking on behalf of Blanca—and I’m sure Myrna and Bruce, too—I want to thank you both again for our perfect Caribbean vacation. The boat, the weather, the food, the sights, the wine, and, especially, the times we enjoyed with the two of you, were all grand, grand, grand. You turned our trip into a wonderful lifetime memory.
We hope that skies are sunny and seas are calm wherever you are. We look forward to staying in touch and hope to see you—maybe Denver, maybe the Bahamas—in the not-too-distant future. Stay well and stay in touch.