Here they come: The answers to most of your questions:

southCayQ:
What is the charter rate for your Catamaran?
A:
The rate depends very much from the time of the year and the amount of guests that stay on board. Just let me know this dates and I will make you an offer!

Q:
How do we have to proceed with the reservation and payments?
A:
For a reservation I
will ask for 50% of the Charter rate to my bank account!

Q:

Do you do bareboat charter?Kids
A:
No. Catamaran Ashanty is not only a beautiful Catamaran, but also my house! Beside that: Its not so easy to navigate in the Philippines. They can be gusty winds and in some areas high waves. Also the Charts in the Philippines are not always very accurate.

Q:
We like to charter your catamaran for 4 nights?
A:
Charter boats are usually counting in days, not in nights. 4 nights means 5 days.

Q:

what is included?Asian
A:
The charter rate includes food, breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks (limited alcohol, but you can bring your own booze), fuel, anchor and mooring fees.

Q:
What kind of food can we expect?
A:
Homemade German bread and European and Asian food!


Q:
What is the route?

A:Bread
As we are sailing, we are depending very much on wind and weather. To have a safe and enjoyable journey I will make every day a proposal. Means you decide with the captain about the trip. If you  have to be on a certain destination, we will calculate some extra time to arrive there.

 

Q:
How long we sail on a day?
A:
That also depends very much on your ideas. Most people enjoy 3-4 hours sailing and than anchoring on a nice beach, snorkeling or diving. WhalsharkThis can be easy realized in the many islands of Palawan and the Calamian group. If you are a real Salty dog, 12 h /day are possible!


Q:
How many people can you accomodate?
A:
Overnight sailing: 4 to 6 guest/ Sunset and daysailing up to 12 guests.

 

Q:
How do we come to Coron/Busuanga?
A:
There are three airlines
Philippine airways
Cebu Pacific
Air Juan (sea plane)

by Ferry check
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