Aboard Rhino, a world of tranquility and relaxation awaits. Built by Admiral Marine, this luxury motor yacht sleeps 10 guests in five spacious staterooms and is well equipped with a full complement of tenders and toys.
Key features of Rhino
More formal meals are enjoyed around the new large dining table in the dining room on the main deck. The adjacent Cabana Room affords stunning views out across the main aft deck through double glass doors or can be a private room to watch a movie on the large screen TV. A day head is situated on the starboard side, forward of the main dining area.
The light and airy upper main salon on the bridge deck is a wonderful place for gatherings. It is divided into three semi-private areas with couches and chairs, game table, wet bar, full entertainment center with 80-inch TV/DVD/CD/stereo, and iPod docking station, controlled by iPad. A fully covered aft bridge deck provides shaded dining for 10 and a wonderful place to relax while escaping the sun. A Sunbrite 54-inch HDTV can swivel if so desired and there are wind doors and wind screens should you wish to dine al fresco on a windy day. Aft of the main dining area is another semicircular shaped dining area for 8, so you could easily seat 20 guests on this level for a sit-down meal. There is also a day head, and a pantry on this deck.
Rhino’s versatile sun deck features a state-of-the-art “pop-top”, which rotates open to reveal a circular staircase that grans guests access to all the decks below. At its center is a double U-shaped bar finished in teak that seats 12. Aft of the bar is a six-person Jacuzzi surrounded by a large sun pad. Further aft, are two semicircular seating areas with tables flanking a gas barbecue grill. There is also a Sunbrite 54-inch HDTV on a mount that allows for swivel, with a waterproof floating remote control and an iPod dock.
For those seeking shade, electric awnings can be extended from either side of the arch over the bar. Five triangular sun shades can also be positioned over the Jacuzzi and aft seating areas.
Swim Platform and Passarelle
Master Stateroom on deck:
On deck, forward of the main foyer, the full-beam Master Stateroom has a walk-around king bed and is well appointed with custom woodwork, fine linens, 65-inch TV/DVD/CD system with surround sound. A sliding door separates the bedroom from the Master Office, which has a settee, lounge chair, bookshelves, and entertainment center with 42-inch TV and desk. The ensuite master bath features his-and-hers sinks and private head lockers (hers with bidet), roomy dressing areas, separate shower and a Jacuzzi tub.
Below Deck Accommodations:
Aft to port: Twin Stateroom is arranged with two single berths that in stored mode enable this stateroom to become the sitting room or suite side of a full beam VIP guest suite. The port side “suite” has a marble bathroom with tub and shower overhead. The twin beds can also slide together to create one king bed if so desired. 42” TV.
Aft to starboard: Queen Stateroom with partitions that open to make it a full beam suite using the port side stateroom. Ensuite features a marble bathroom with tub and shower overhead. 42” TV.
Forward to port: Queen Stateroom. Ensuite features marble bathroom with stall shower. 48” TV.
Forward to starboard: Twin Stateroom. En-suite features marble bathroom with stall shower. 48” TV. This stateroom can be modified with adjustable twin beds, in order to create a King Stateroom if so desired.
Each stateroom has individual climate control, individual satellite receiver, a safe, entertainment center and computer network access.
Dinghy: Intrepid / 37ft 0in (11.2m) / 600HP
Outdoor audio system
Dinghy: AB / 19ft 0in (5.7m) / 115HP
TV all cabins
DECK & SYSTEMS
Jacuzzi on deck
Jacuzzi in master cabin
WiFi and Internet
Diving by arrangement / rendezvous
Captain Shane Reid – South Africa
Shane is originally from Knysna, South Africa, and has been in the yachting industry for over 15 years. Having worked aboard charter yachts, including the ever-popular130′ Westport ARIOSO and the 161′ Trinity ANJILIS, Shane has taken charters as far south as Grenada through the Caribbean, the Bahamas, up to New England as far north as Nova Scotia as well as cruising the Mediterranean Sea. Prior to becoming a yachting professional, Shane was a Project Manager in the construction business in South Africa and the United Kingdom. Shane currently holds a 3000-ton MCA Master Class 4 license, and prides himself on running a professional operation creating a safe and fun environment for guests and crewalike. Shane’s interests include surfing, kite surfing, traveling and enjoyingvarious cuisines.
First Officer Nate Cook – USA
Originally from the Twin Cities of Minnesota, the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Nate grew upworking and playing on the water. After graduating from Eckerd College in St.Petersburg, Florida with a Business Management degree, he decided to begin hiscareer on super yachts. This combined his passion for traveling, working on thewater, and interacting with people from other countries. After 5 years in theindustry, Nate has been fortunate enough to work on yachts that travel allaround the world, including islands in the South Pacific, Indonesia, Australia,S.E Asia, the Mediterranean, Caribbean, and even the Great Lakes and St.Lawrence Seaway to Chicago. When not working, he enjoys a scuba diving, roadtripping on a Harley Davidson, hanging out with good friends, surfing a localbreak, or participating in trips to Kenya in support of his family’sfoundation. Nate looks forward to making your time on Rhino truly unforgettable!
Chief Stewardess Jacey Stornetta – USA
Jacey grew up in the central valley of Northern California with theocean and the mountains all within reach. Upon graduating with a BusinessMarketing Degree from Chico State University, she decided to travel along theEast Coast of Australia for three months. Having learned that she had a lovefor travel and culture when she studied in Italy for a semester in 2005, Jaceyknew that her future would always be adventurous. Jacey has been a winerepresentative in the Napa Valley and also owned a wedding floral designbusiness in California. It wasn’t until she spontaneously moved to the VirginIslands that she discovered the marvels of yachting. Jacey enjoys all outdooractivities, watersports and the beauty of the landscapes that we experienceeveryday. She has many years of varied hospitality experience and loves to mixa great cocktail! Jacey looks forward to creating a memorable experience aboardRhino for you!
Chef Brent Ryals – USA/Canada
Chef Brent’s passion for food began inhis mother’s kitchen where family life revolved around food. He later spent histeenage summers assisting in the family restaurant. After university and a teachingand office job later he returned to his first passion, food. After completingan apprenticeship program in savory and pastry, Chef spent time working inrestaurants and luxury beach and ski resorts before joining yachting. Chef’sinterests include travel, photography and fishing including free divespearfishing. Chef’s passion for food is not limited to the galley, as he has akeen interest in food and its integral link to cultures around the world. Nowin his fifth year on both charter and private yachts, Chef Brent is ready tohelp make your stay a memorable one.
Engineer Ian Tough – South Africa
Born in Colonialist, South Africa in the sixties, Ian moved to thecoastal town of Port Elizabeth at age 12 and fell in love with the ocean. Watersports, like scuba diving, skiing, underwater hockey and polo held moreinterest at high school than other mainstream sports. Conscripted to SA Navy Marine Corp for twoyears after school, Ian developed an interest in mechanical and marine engineering. Ian then attended University and graduatedwith an architectural degree, travelled, worked in Namibia and Europe, thenreturned to Port Elizabeth where he designed and built his own home. Ian skippered and won the Cape to Rio YachtRace in 2000. He ended up in Charleston, SC where he discovered a way to make aliving by sailing around the world. And the rest, as they say, is history!
Bosun Rodd Keevil – Australia
Rodd grew up in the country town of Orange in the Central West of NSW,Australia. After forging a promising rugby career, he moved to Sydney to continueon this path. Finally he gave this up to study Business Management and Marketingat University and gained employment as a Sales Manager at Coca Cola. After much convincing from his wife, Roddpacked up his career and moved abroad to pursue a new journey on the high seas.Rodd has since crossed the Atlantic Ocean twice, successfully making it throughthe Bermuda Triangle and has cruised the Mediterranean. Rodd has completed his 200GT Yacht Masterlicense and continues to enjoy life on the water.
Second Stewardess Jess Keevil – Australia
Growing up on Sydney’s northern beaches, Jess has always had a love forthe ocean and outdoors. Her passions include riding horses, surfing andsailing. After completing an AppliedScience Degree in Equine Studies at University, Jess went on to work as amedical representative for a large pharmaceutical company. Eventually cravingmore adventure and travel, Jess and her husband Rodd withdrew from theircorporate careers to work on yachts and have been doing so for four years now.
Lead Deckhand Alex Rutyna – Australia
Alex isfrom Queensland, the sunshine state of Australia. He previously managed aTurkish restaurant in Australia for over two years. Before going into management, Alex spent asummer road tripping up the east coast of America through the Appalachian Trailand into Canada. He has been dreaming of travel ever since that experience anddecided to join the yachting industry. Alex has a love for sports. He grew upplaying Rugby Union and also has a passion for rowing, water skiing and jetskiing.
Junior Stewardess Kate Sinclair – USA
Kate is fromthe coast of North Carolina, Wilmington. She grew up around the water, boogieboarding and flounder gigging. She went to the University of North Carolina atWilmington to study painting. Through painting she had had chances to travel,meet new people, and create unforgettable experiences. For the past three yearsshe has worked on a private island in North Carolina helping to maintain an estate.With Kate’s background in hospitality, her love for the water and desire fortravel, she decided yachting was the job for her. Kate is looking forward toseeing new places, meeting new people, and painting in different places aroundthe world.
Deckhand Holden Bailey – USA
Holden isfrom North Carolina spending summers at Wrightsville Beach and winters inMooresville, north of Charlotte. He has been an avid offshore fisherman since avery young age. When he is not fishing, he is looking for a solid surf break. Holdenplayed football through his high school years and had plans to continue playingin college. When an injury put an abrupt stop to his aspirations, he turned hissights to the water. He packed histhings and headed to Florida where he found a position on Rhino. Holden is morethan happy to assist you in any way to make your time onboard extraordinary!
|Packages||Winter15 Dec - 30 Apr||Summer01 Aug - 30 Oct||Spring/Fall01 May - Jul 31
1 Nov - Dec 14
|5||10||$ 140,000||$ 150,000||$ 140,000|
+ all expenses
Crew: Captain Shane Reid + 9 crew.
Cell Phone, Fax, WiFi / Internet, SATCOM, Cinema, Playstation, SAT TV, Local TV, DVD Library, CD Library, DVD, CD, Stereo, Deck Shower, BBQ, Towing Ring, Wakeboard, Fishing Equipment, Waterskis (adult), Waterskis (child), 4 Waverunner(s), Jacuzzi (master cabin), Jacuzzi (on deck), Exercise equipment, Outdoor audio system, TV all cabins, TV saloon, Paddleboards multiple, Seabobs multiple
Not Insured, Diving by arrangement, Snorkelling .
Smoking is permitted on deck.