2 Coddington Wharf
Newport, RI 02840
|January 12, 2007|
Newly available for charter, Juliet
Newly available for
offers unparalleled luxury to a select few. Her sumptuous
interior, detailed in rich, hand-rubbed mahogany, recalls an
Edwardian gentleman's club.
Stretching full-width at the stern, the master suite has a king-bedded stateroom and a spacious en suite head with tub and separate stall shower - all in marble. The adjoining study can be partitioned off to make a good size fourth guest cabin with a settee that converts to a double bed, plus a pipe berth. This cabin has its own full head and shower.
Two guest staterooms with private en suite marble baths have twin lower singles that convert to queen beds. One of these cabins has a Pullman upper berth suitable for a child.
$80,000 plus all expenses
outstanding crew of six provides seamless service with a touch of
joie de vivre. Captain Herb Kiendl and his partner Paddy
(Patricia) Lynch, the executive officer, were involved with Juliet's
design and construction from the planning stage straight through to
the happy day she was launched in Holland and set out on a five year
circumnavigation. Chef Heather Andrus presents a light,
health-focused cuisine based on the freshest local ingredients. A
former Executive Pastry Chef for Rock Resorts and Jumby Bay, Heather
bakes breads, breakfast treats and desserts daily.
Mate Jon Allen grew up sailing on the lakes of New Hampshire and the coast of Maine. He sailed from New England to California aboard HMS ROSE which starred as the Surprise in the movie "Master and Commander". Jon met the crew of Juliet while working on location filming Pirates of the Caribbean. Stewardess Jenny Thomander, from Sweden, grew up around boats at home and in Mallorca. She left a career in finance to join Juliet a year after meeting Jon in Stockholm. Jenny welcomes guests with friendly service in three languages. The man behind the scenes who keeps all the systems running smoothly for everyone's comfort is UK native Charlie Snow, the engineer.