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Bahamas Yacht The PEDDLER

Discover a world of glamour and exploration aboard the 86-foot Dreamline Bahamas Yacht, THE PEDDLER....

Discover a world of glamour and exploration aboard the 86-foot Dreamline Bahamas Yacht, THE PEDDLER. She is available for luxury charters in the Bahamas and Florida. Contact us for her availability throughout the year.

Unwind on the sun deck with a Jacuzzi, wet bar, and a sunroof that slides back. Retire to the two exquisite master staterooms, one with a fabulous 180-degree view. Moreover, get ready for a lifetime vacation with a powered swim platform and various water toys.

Rates start at $65,000 per week, plus taxes and operating expenses.


    $65,000 - $69,000/ week + expensesCaribbean Virgin Islands (BVI) + 2 others

    8386.00 Ft

Key Features Aboard THE PEDDLER

  • Jacuzzi on the sun deck with a wet bar, dining table, sun pads & loungers, and sunroof.
  • Two master staterooms. One on the main deck with a 180-degree view.
  • Hydraulic swim platform.
  • Lovely dining space on the aft deck.

Water Toys | Bahamas Yacht THE PEDDLER

  • 2022 28’ Boston Whaler Outrage with twin Yamaha 200s
  • 1 x 18’ Williams Jet Tender
  • 1 x Seadoo Spark Waverunner for two passengers
  • 2 x Flite Boards Standard 99L Silver
  • 2 x Jobe Seascooters
  • 2 x Nomad (electric personal dive hooka)
  • 1 x SUP
  • 1 x SUP inflatable that converts to a Kayak
  • Nautibouy inflatable dock
  • Full Beach setup with chairs
  • Assorted fishing gear
  • Assorted towable
  • Assorted snorkeling gear
  • Inflatable unicorn, flamingo, and island
  • Drone coming soon

The Crew of Bahamas Yacht THE PEDDLER

Captain Arnold Heins

With 14 years of experience, Captain Arnold Heins enthusiastically joined THE PEDDLER. His journey began in 2008 as a deckhand and dive instructor on a 76-foot sailing catamaran. Having a deep passion for the sea and a flair for diving, he decided to pursue a career in yachting. In 2011, he was named Captain of a 58-foot charter sailing catamaran in the British Virgin Islands.

Furthermore, he switched to motor yachts the following year. He became Captain of a 100-foot Hargrave in South Florida and the Bahamas.

Most recently, Arnold captained the 96-foot Nordhavn, Lacey Kay, cruising with its owners from Alaska to Panama on the west coast and Columbia to Maine on the east coast. Following Lacey Kay, he was the captain of another 96-foot Nordhavn, Vivierae II, chartering in the Caribbean and Bahamas. In addition, he has extensive knowledge of navigating the waters of the Caribbean, Bahamas, New England, Central America, and the west coast of the US, including Alaska.

The combination of Arnold’s passion for the ocean, water sports, and discovering perfect anchoring spots makes him a precious asset to The Peddler. His love of people and enthusiasm for entertainment and the open sea gives guests an unforgettable charter experience. Hailing from South Africa, he speaks English and Afrikaans fluently.

Chef Leeann Davulis

After graduating college, Leeann moved to St. John, USVI, motivated to experience new horizons. She immersed herself in the boating and water sports scene and eventually discovered the superyacht industry. This led her to take on jobs as a stewardess and chef aboard yachts. To further her expertise, Leeann completed a culinary degree in 2014 from New England Culinary Institute and honed her skills under chefs Craig Deihl and Russ Moore in Charleston, SC.

She now works as a freelance chef, captivating customers with her unique gourmet dishes on private and charter yachts. Moreover, moving from one port to another, she cherishes experimenting with diverse cuisines and incorporating local ingredients into her cooking. Leeann enjoys providing guests with an exquisite culinary experience that adds an extra special touch to their dream vacation!

Bahamas Yacht Charter Destinations

With hundreds of islands and cays, the possibilities are endless. There’s something for everyone, from uninhabited beaches and quiet lagoons to busy Nassau and ports—all on your Bahamas Boat Charter.


Nassau is the capital of the Bahamas, located on New Providence Island. It is home to world-class resorts, beautiful beaches, and colonial architecture. There are many places to shop, dine, and learn about the islands’ history. You can also take a day trip to Rose Island for a relaxing picnic or swim.

Berry Islands

This archipelago comprises hundreds of small islands and islets, many deserted and unspoiled. This remote area teems with marine life, rare wildlife, and natural beauty. Start by visiting Chub Cay, the largest island in the chain, where you can explore crystal clear waters and enjoy snorkeling, fishing, and soaking up the sun on its secluded beaches.

There are plenty of great diving opportunities too. From there, sail to Great Harbour Cay to explore the island’s cave systems and learn about its history. Then take in some more beautiful nature when you visit Great Isaac Cay.

The Exumas

These stunning cays are famous for their stunning secluded beaches and clear waters. Spend your days snorkeling and exploring these gorgeous locations. The Exuma Islands are a group of over 360 islands, cays, and islets spanning 113 miles. The area offers a range of activities for those looking to explore the islands by yacht.

There is something for everyone, from swimming with pigs at Pig Beach to snorkeling in crystal-clear waters.

Bimini Islands

This tropical paradise comprises two main islands, North Bimini, and South Bimini, with numerous uninhabited cays and sandbanks dotting the archipelago. With its stunning white-sand beaches, blue waters, and abundant wildlife, it’s no wonder why Bimini has become a favorite destination for luxury yachters. In addition, don’t forget to sample the famous Bimini bread there.

The Abacos

The magnificent Abacos islands offer everything from empty beaches to active markets and the best marinas. The Abacos Islands are over a hundred cays, offering endless sailing, fishing, and swimming opportunities.

Depending on your interests and desired itinerary, you can sail to one of the many secluded beaches. For those looking for an adventurous experience, you can explore some more remote areas, such as Little Abaco Island and Great Guana Cay, where you can find some of the best diving and snorkeling spots.

If fishing is more your thing, the Abacos Islands are an excellent choice for novice and experienced fishermen.

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