The Rodman 41′ flybridge offers a great flybride layout, offering space and seating usually reserved for much larger yachts. The console is mounted from midships to starboard, and it’s located well aft for an easy view of the cockpit. Forward of the console are two wraparound bench seats with plenty of seating, so all guests can spend time together while the captain is at the helm cruising the beautiful waters of the BVI.
With her wide beam, the Rodman 1250 enjoys nearly 91 sq. ft. (8.6sm) of cockpit space. There is built-in seating for four as well as additional chairs and a dining table to offer al fresco dining on the aft deck.
The large windows allow huge amount of natural light to flood the salon. The salon is equipped with an L-shaped settee off to port and ahead of that is the lower helm. The colors are bright and neutral and complement the teak and holly floors that flow throughout the salon. An easy-access stairway leads to the lower deck and the galley-down layout which allows for more space in the upper salon. The galley contains a built-in fridge/freezer, two-burner cooktop as well as a microwave, in addition to ample storage space.
Forward is a the master cabin with a double bed and lots of additional storage space. The second cabin is to starboard and features two twin beds. There is a large head on the port side with a separate, doored shower stall.
Please note: deep see fishing is not permitted on any of our charter yachts, only recreational fishing which must be accompanied by a license.
Key features of ‘Billy Bear’ Rodman Flybridge
- Music system unit with inside and outside loudspeakers
- VHF with repeater on flybridge
- 2 Raymarine E120 screens for chart plotter, fish finder and radar linked in
- Raymarine ST60 speed and depth gauge
- Separate Raymarine C series chart plotter for back up
- Raymarine E80 on flybridge
- Raymarine D240 radio at upper and lower helm
- Separate radio at lower helm
- Electric windlass
- Swimming ladder integrated into bathing platform
- Foredeck sunbathing cushions
- Aft deck sunshade
- Cockpit shower
- Cockpit unit with ice-tray, skin and fishing tackle
- Smoke and temperature detectors in engine compartment
- Manual bilge pump
- Electric bilge pump
- Battery charger
- Bow thruster and trim tabs
- 2 burner gas hob
- Deep freezer (7 gal.)
- Refrigerator (30 gal.)
- Vacuum head
‘Billy Bear’ Rodman Flybridge equipment
All of our yachts are stocked with all the items needed to make your charter easy and hassle free. Each yacht comes complete with:
- 12′ Dinghy with 15HP motor
- iPad in waterproof case with ‘Navionics’ chart plotting/navigation system, in addition to hard copy hazard and navigation charts
- Boat phone
- Internet available for purchase
- Charts, cruising and anchorage guide.
- All bed linens, towels and beach towels
- Kitchen appliances including; microwave, coffee maker, blender, toaster, hot water kettle
- CD Player with ipod auxiliary input
- Provisions starter kit, which includes: dish soap, dish scrubber, roll of paper towels, cleaning spray, dish cloths, matches, marine toilet paper (for each head), travel toiletries (for each head), clothespins
|Packages||Season A14 Dec - 30 Apr||Season B01 May - Jul 31
1 Nov - Dec 13
|Season CAugust 1 – Oct 31|
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Weekly rates are based on a 7 night bareboat charter, starting and ending at noon.
A ‘Sleep Aboard’ option from 5pm the night prior to your charter is available at a rate of $50/person (subject to availability).
Charters can start of any day of the week (subject to availability).
Rates are for bareboat only, you have the option of a Training Captain for $200/day, a Captain for $175/day and a Chef for $150/day. If you wish to add a Captain and/or Chef, you will need to ensure you choose a yacht which has a cabin to accommodate them. Please note, crew gratuity is not included in these rates.
Are there any extra costs?
There is no extra ‘tax’ on top of your gross charter fee – what you see on our website is what you pay. The extra charges to consider are
- Provisions, alcohol
- Cruising Permits (a levy imposed by the BVI Government on all charters, runs $6 per person/per day)
- National Parks Fee (between $25-$45 per boat, per trip, depending on how many people you have on board
- VISAR (Virgin Island Search and Rescue, a collection of $5 per person is collected and passed on to the search and rescue team of volunteers who NEVER SAY NO to an emergency rescue at sea)
- Hull Damage Waiver Insurance
- Please note all New Year Charters are subject to a 10% surcharge.
We are here to help and welcome any and all questions on this and all the Yachts currently in the Virgin Traders Fleet.