PACIFIC YELLOWFIN

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PACIFIC YELLOWFIN
Length: 114 Max. Guests: 12 Cabins: 4 Per Week: $98,200 - $110,800
  • Overview
  • Boat Specs
  • More Pictures
  • Crew Profile
  • Amenities

Accommodations

Ideal for 8 guests in 4 staterooms.

Sleeps 8-12 guests in:
- 4 staterooms. 3 with ensuite bathroom, 1 with bathroom across the hall. All with DVDs on Flat Screen TV.
- 2 couches in main salon, with full powder room bathroom with shower.
- 2 in seating area on the aft deck.

MASTER STATEROOM - Main Deck:
Sleeps 3. QUEEN bed. Couch that becomes SINGLE bed (not shown in layout diagram or photos). Five opening portholes. Door to the outside deck. Private ensuite bathroom with shower. DVD.

VIP STATEROOM - Top Deck:
Sleeps 2. QUEEN bed. View windows. Private ensuite bathroom with bathtub/shower. DVD.

BEARS CABIN - Lower Deck:
Sleeps 4. QUEEN bed on one side. 2 SINGLE offset upper/lower beds on the other side. Private ensuite bathroom with shower. DVD.

ORCAS CABIN - Lower Deck:
Sleeps 3. DOUBLE bed on one side. Drop down Pullman SINGLE bed on the other side. Two opening portholes. Private bathroom is across the hall, with shower. DVD.

Main Salon dining seats 8.
Aft deck dining seats 10.

Price Details

INCLUSIVE rates in US Dollars

British Columbia Canada
(areas other than Great Bear Rainforest):

6 nights:
USD $89,400 - 8 guests
USD $91,900 - 9 guests
USD $94,400 - 10 guests
USD $97,100 - 11 guests
USD $99,700 - 12 guests

7 nights:
USD $98,200 - 8 guests
USD $101,100 - 9 guests
USD $104,300 - 10 guests
USD $107,600 - 11 guests
USD $110,800 - 12 guests

INCLUDED:
5 crew, fuel, meals, non-alcoholic beverages, Pacific Yellowfin beer, one bottle of house BC wine per guest per day, and use of equipment and water toys.

NOT INCLUDED:
5% GST tax, fishing licenses, docking fees, other alcoholic beverages and satellite phone usage.
Customary crew gratuity at the Charterer's discretion (15% advised).

6 night minimum for July and August.

Final balance due 3 months before charter.

Great Bear Rainforest:
5 nights:
USD $98,200 - 8 guests
USD $101,100 - 9 guests
USD $104,300 - 10 guests
USD $107,600 - 11 guests
USD $110,800 - 12 guests

Also includes seats on scheduled flights, Vancouver to Kitimat and Kitimat to Vancouver - and spirit bear viewing with specialist guide.

Locations

Winter Operations Pacific NW
Summer Operations Pacific NW
Layout

Specifications - aa

Type Power Other Pick-up British Columbia, Canada
Deck Shower Year Built 1943
Length 114 Turn-around
Tube Yes Cabins 4
Guests 12 King
A/C None Queen 3
Beam 30 Double 1
Pref. Pick-up British Columbia, Canada Single
Draft 12 Twin
Cruising Speed 10 Pullman 1
Helipad No Showers 4
Max Speed 10 Heads
Pref. Pick-up British Columbia, Canada Eletric Heads 5
Draft 12 Jacuzzi No

Additional Specs

Resort Course Full Course
License - Air Compressor Not Onboard
Tanks BCs
Wet Suits Weight Sets
# of Dives # of Divers
Night Dives Dive Lights
Dive Info Dive Costs
Regulators Scuba On Board Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
Communication Cell phone. Cell based internet. Wi-fi internet in some locations.
Other Toys Tenders (2 of 3 provided):
27ft / 9m Weldcraft Ocean King with heated cabin / 300hp Mercury Verado
22ft / 6.7m 8 person Runabout / 150 hp Mercury 4-stroke
24ft / 7.3m beach landing craft / 115 hp Mercury 4-stroke

40' Inflatable Slide
7 Kayaks (5 one-person, 2 two-person)
5 Paddle Boards
3 Pairs of Waterskis
3 Wake Boards
2 Inflatable Trampolines
5 Inflatable Tubes
Snorkel Gear
Wetsuits
Water guns
All of the Fishing Gear
7 Mountain Bikes
6 Person Hot Tub
7 Honda Ruckus' Motor Bike

The tenders are ideal for fishing and high speed sightseeing. The landing craft tender's door is perfect for easy access to remote islands and landing the offroad scooters or mountain bikes.

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Crew Size: 5
Captain Name: Colin Griffinson
Captain Nation: Irish

Crew Profile

Captain Name: Impeccable service and generosity are what best describes our crew, who endeavor to go above & beyond our guests’ wishes. Their knowledge of the coast, experience on the water and incredible personalities are great assets of the journey aboard Pacific Yellowfin. However, though always keen on sharing travel anecdotes or out of the ordinary happenings, they know when to vanish and let guests relax, enjoy themselves and make the most of these magnificent landscapes.


Colin Griffinson
CAPTAIN
Birthplace: Dublin, Ireland

As the Captain and co-owner of the Pacific Yellowfin with his wife, Colin delivers unique luxurious private yacht cruises along the BC coast. As a long-time sufferer of “wooden boat disease”, his love of the water started in childhood in Dublin’s busy DunLaoighre Harbour. From his early experience on fishing trawlers in the North and Irish seas to his first boat, a 72-foot seiner, his passion for boats has spanned more than five decades.

Colin has cruised the BC coast for more than twenty years and his love of the sea and interest in people make him incredibly knowledgeable of all fishing hot spots, beautiful hikes and secret waterfalls. Numerous guests have commented on Colin’s sense of humor and storytelling abilities, with “kids” of all ages enjoying his tales. His mastery over Pacific Yellowfin makes our guests feel utterly safe.

When he’s not working in his Vancouver-based painting and decorating company, Colin can often be found tinkering aboard the Pacific Yellowfin, having a Guinness or our own Pacific Yellowfin Ale.


Ben Barter
CHEF
Birthplace: Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada

Meet Ben, our charismatic Red Seal Chef, Sommelier and local Island boy. Growing up on Salt Spring Island on the coast of BC, Ben has always been surrounded by the ocean, farms and amazing wildlife. These three things have influenced all aspects of his life, from becoming a Chef to traveling the world. Having spent over 10 years in the restaurant and catering businesses, Ben has found his niche at the Pacific Yellowfin and is finally able to indulge of his, local, farm-to-table passions.


Nik Coutinho
CHIEF DECKHAND / WILDERNESS GUIDE

Birthplace: Boonton, NJ, USA

Meet Nik, our Chief Deckhand and Wilderness Guide, extraordinaire. Born in rural New Jersey, Nik grew up on the banks of the beautiful Niagara River where his love of nature began. Completing his degree in Environmental Studies at York University in Toronto, he then continued his tourism and outdoor recreation program in Sooke, BC. Nik has worked in the coastal waters of BC for the last 4 years as a wilderness guide, kayak guide and deckhand. Along with a great sense of humour and an all-day smile, he comes fully certified to take care of you, safely and enjoyably through interpretation by land and sea. An absolute treat to be around, and will keep you smiling throughout your whole journey.

Additional crew:
STEWARDESS or STEWARD
ENGINEER

Amenities

Salon Stereo Yes Salon TV/VCR Yes
Nude Inq Books Library
Pets Aboard No Pet Type
Guest Pets No Camcorder
# Dine In Water Maker Yes
Water Cap. Ice Maker Yes
# of DVDs/Movies # of CD's Library
Board Games Sun Awning
Bimini Special Diets Inq
Kosher Inq BBQ Yes
Gay Charters Inq Hairdryers Yes
# Port Hatches Guests Smokes Outside only
Crew Smokes Yes Children Ok Yes
Minimum Age none Generator Yes
Inverter Yes Voltages
Hammock Windscoops

Water Sports

Dinghy Size 2 of the 3 22'-27' tenders Kayaks 1 PAX 5
Dinghy hp 300/150/115hp Floating Mats
Dinghy # pax Swim Platform
Water Skis Adult Yes Boarding Ladder (Loc/Type) Large ladder on side for easy
Water Skis Kids Yes Sailing Dinghy No
Jet Skis No Beach Games
Wave Runners No Fishing Gear Yes
Kneeboard Yes Gear Type All types of fishing
Windsurfer Rods
Snorkel Gear Yes U/Water Camera
Scurfer U/Water Video
Wake Board Yes