Last March, we had the pleasure of chartering Serenity, a Jeanneau 64, for the 2016 Jeanneau Owner’s Rendezvous in the British Virgin Islands. If you’re thinking to yourself that sailing through the turquoise waters of the Caribbean on a fully crewed yacht is not exactly tough duty, you’re right. Sailing aboard Serenity for a week being wined and dined through the BVI was nothing short of fantastic. And needless to say, for those lucky Jeanneau employees who were there, we can’t wait to go again.
Serenity sailed north to New England for the summer but is now back in the Caribbean for the upcoming charter season and is open for business. Beautifully appointed with a lovely light-oak interior, Serenity features 3 primary cabins each with their own ensuite head and shower plus a smaller cabin which is ideally suited for a couple of single people or kids.
“My husband and I, along with our two teenage sons, spent a magical week aboard the graceful Serenity. From the moment we arrived, Captain Travis and Chef Tina made us feel welcome and comfortable. They seemed to anticipate our every need.” The Bartels, March 2016
And as nice as the interior is aboard Serenity, on deck and outside is really where you want to spend your time. The cockpit aboard the Jeanneau 64 is second to none with plenty of room to stretch out, enjoy a beverage and experience the good life underway.
There is no doubt that chartering Serenity for a week’s cruise through the tropical islands of the Caribbean will be one of the best vacations of your life. For information on how to make her yours for a week (or longer), please visit the Serenity web site at www.serenityseas.com.