Aquasition, a 142’ Trinity yacht whose spectacular interior features cherry wood joinery with maple burl inserts throughout. She has zero speed stabilizers and a shallow draft for her size making her and excellent Bahamas and New England cruising choice. Her owner has enjoyed decades of charter yacht ownership and upon purchase; they completed an extensive refit to ready her for charter. The complete interior was updated as well as exterior improvements, additions, and many audio-visual upgrades. The flybridge was designed and reconfigured specifically for charter guest’s enjoyment. There is a beautiful Jacuzzi area as well as sun beds, full bar and entertainment as well as aft lounging area with umbrellas for shade and total relaxation. Below the flybridge on the sky lounge deck there is a massive round table for dining and comfortable furniture aft for lounging. The sky lounge is a comfortable and happy space and offers a game table, the perfect spot for movie watching and full bar. The main salon features formal dining forward and aft salon area that includes an entertainment system. Aft of the salon is a spacious deck area with dining option and access to the expansive swim platform. Underway the 2 wave runners are stored here and once at anchor they are in the water along with an extensive list of other toys and ready to go for guest’s enjoyment.
Cruising Area of Aquasition
AQUASITION accommodates up to 10 guests in 5 staterooms. The on-deck, full beam Master stateroom boasts a king size bed, an office and large his and hers en suite bathroom. Below deck are 4 additional staterooms; 3 with king size beds and 1 with twin beds.
All New 2018
HD AV system through out
34´ Caymus Center Console with 3 x 300 hp Mercury outboards (2021)
2 (2018) New X cruiser wave runners (2 person)
2 Paddle boards
Towable tubes / Floating mats
2 umbrellas forward
2 umbrellas aft
10 yoga mats
Free weights up to 50lbs
Aquasition Crew Profile
Captain: Andrew M. Lasek
Andrew was born in New London, Connecticut and grew up living aboard his parents’ boat on the waters in and around the Eastern Long Island Sound. A true “hawsepiper,” Andrew’s journey to the wheelhouse is a veritable testament to his dedication and passion for all things maritime. After graduating New Canaan High School, Andrew took a job as deckhand aboard a 180´ Feadship where he would spend the next six years mastering all aspects of yachting under the watchful eye of his mentor and now close friend Captain Jim Holman, a distinguished veteran in the industry. Captain Holman took Andrew under his wing and afforded him every opportunity to learn from his lifelong experience on the sea. In the spring of 2017, Andrew’s training came to fruition and he took the final steps to completing the remaining Coast Guard licensure. It didn’t take long for industry insiders to take notice. Andrew now sits proudly at the helm of Aquasition, a vessel on which he has over two years of experience. Captain Andrew is delighted to have you aboard M/V Aquasition and hopes that you have a most memorable experience.
First Officer: First Officer: Jay Daunoras
Jay grew up in Shamong, New Jersey. His family had a second home in Long Beach Island, New Jersey where he spent all of his summers on the water. He spent every summer fishing, surfing, lifeguarding and enjoying time with his family. After a few years in the casino industry Jay decided that he wanted a change and moved to Florida to get into the yachting industry. Through his experiences and knowledge Jay has gained his captain’s license and is currently upgrading to a bigger license
Chief Stewardess: Samantha Stewart
Samantha is a native of South Florida and joined yachting in 2014. Before yachting, she worked for a small animal veterinary practice for 5 years until she decided to try something drastically different. She has since then done several Caribbean, New England, and Mediterranean seasons, Atlantic crossings, the Panama Canal, and various yard periods around the world. Samantha is enthusiastic about hospitality and having fun while providing it.
Engineer: Morgan Thursfield
´Jo´burg boy´ Morgan moved to America 7 years ago. He came with the intention of expanding his transportation business internationally but, found a love for fixing up yachts instead. Morgs with his infectiously happy attitude believes there is no place for a long face! He is easy going and enjoys joking around while having some fun. ´My role/duty onboard is to make all problems go away. I can fix anything and everything except, for bad attitudes.´ Morgan finishes off by saying: ´Let´s get this show cruising with lots of boozing and no snoozing. Bon Voyage!´
Second Stewardess: Isabella Ocampo
Bella was born in Southern Florida and grew up between Marietta, Georgia, and the southern pacific coast of Nicaragua. Spending most of her life by the water, she loves anything by the sea or outdoors. She previously owned a swimwear brand and has a passion for creating, design and art. After working a for a couple of sailing charters in Nicaragua, as well as managing a local bar, she spent a year traveling the UK and western Europe in a van, working in various hotels and event planning spaces where her love for service and hospitality grew. Her hospitality experience makes her meticulous, outgoing, and prepared to make your trip with Aquasition one you will never forget.
Third Stewardess: Haley Datlof
Haley: a Boca Raton native, successfully completed her bachelor´s degree in criminal justice at Florida Atlantic University before beginning her career in the yachting industry. She also worked as a server at the beachfront Boca Raton Hotel while attending college. Free-diving, surfing, and exploring unfamiliar places are some of her favorite things to do in her free time. Haley looks forward to delivering exceptional service for you and your guests to make sure you have truly unforgettable experience.
Chef: Mathew Malczewski
Chef Matt, originally from Rhode Island and based out of Miami now, has been working and traveling since 2003 when he went to Northeast Australia for university studies in cultural anthropology at James Cook University. With a glimpse of world travel and adventure he went on to become a PADI scuba instructor, crew member, photographer, and chef around the world. He loves traveling and including unique cuisine from his adventures and the stories behind the dishes, creating more of a cultural experience through his food not just another meal. Matt will be seen in the galley most of the day with meal prep or his camera pointing out the window as you cruise by the incredible sites. He has been focusing on his culinary career for the last seven years and graduated from Johnson & Wales University in Providence Rhode Island in 2016. His passion for boating led him to Super Yachts which took him to Europe, The Caribbean, Central America, and the South Pacific, Pacific Northwest and now back in his backyard of South Florida. Over the years he has worked with a variety of cuisines and has designed menus for nearly every type of diet and creative craving of the taste buds. You will be welcomed into the galley and feel free to ask him about his cooking as he will be happy to share his recipes and stories of traveling and what makes those cookies so delicious. You will most likely be asked to try the sauce or the filling for the dessert before you leave, so do not be shy and get ready for a tantalizing culinary experience, catered to your taste buds, while cruising through the incredible sites on your trip.
Deckhand: Nick Laime
Nick was born and raised in Wolfeboro, a small summer resort in the lakes region of New Hampshire. His love for the water started at a very young age at his parent’s lake house. He was introduced to the yachting industry a few years later when he was visiting some family down in South Florida and since then was lucky enough to join the
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Aquasition Reservations & Port Locations
|Start Date||End Date||Details (Holds can be challenged)|
|Nov 27, 2023||Dec 03, 2023||Transit: TRANSIT* to TRANSIT*|
|Dec 04, 2023||Dec 09, 2023||Boat Show: Antigua Yachtshow to Antigua Yachtshow|
|Dec 10, 2023||Dec 17, 2023||Booked: Antigua, Leeward Island* to St Martin|
|Dec 24, 2023||Jan 01, 2024||Booked: Nassau, Bahamas* to Nassau, Bahamas*|
|Feb 11, 2024||Feb 18, 2024||Booked: Daytona Beach, FL* to Daytona Beach, FL*|
Aquasition Rates / weekThe prices shown are for the entire yacht for a week-long (7 nights) charter.
Yacht terms: Plus Expenses
The price includes a professional crew operating your chartered yacht, but all running expenses such as fuel, tax, provisions and any other costs are extra. Calculate between 15-25% for a sailing yacht and 25-35% for a motor yacht on top of the given rate with an APA cash payment made to the ships agent or captain, who will keep an open tap and produce full accounts of all expenditures. Unused APA money will be refunded. Inquire for more information.
ADDITIONAL RATE DETAILS
EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2022 - 10% VAT will need to be quoted for all Bahamas charters in addition to the 4% Charter Tax