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60 ft / 18.3 m
FROM $14,765

Operating in Caribbean, West Mediterranean.

  • Length
    60ft (18.3m)
  • Beam
    16ft 9in (5.1m)
  • Draft
    9ft 10in (3m)
  • Year Built
  • Builder
  • Designer
    Phillipe Briand
  • Sleeping Guests
  • Crew
    Captain James Richman
  • Refit
  • Cruising Speed
    8kts (15kph)
  • Stabilisers
  • Flag
    United Kingdom
  • Engines
    VOLVO D4 - 180
  • VAT Registered
  • US Duty Paid
Head down the companionway stairs into the modern saloon and on into the galley. Forward is the master cabin with double bed and en-suite and aft are two identical guest cabins, they can be made up as double or twin beds and have their own en-suite bathrooms. The crew cabin is forward and accessed through the deck.
Captain: James Richman (30)Captain: James Richman

James was born and raised in Suffolk England. Very much the adventurous type he took to sailing from the age of six when he undertook his first RYA course sailing a Mirror dinghy. He made the steady progression to yachts from dinghies in his teenage years, cruising the east coast of England and crossing the North Sea to Northern Europe. At eighteen he became a dock master at the local marina, a dream job that allowed him to pursue his passion for boats.

Two years later James was on his first Atlantic crossing, taking part in the 2009 ARC. He spent the season in the Caribbean taking part in regattas and working as a deck hand on charter yachts. He sailed back to the UK after his first season and undertook some educational qualifications, doing delivery work in between to fund it. James achieved his Yachtmaster and has spent his subsequent career between the UK, Caribbean and Mediterranean.

James was also a reservist for the Royal Navy. He passed basic training in 2013 at HMS Raleigh where he was appointed class leader and won the Captain’s prize for best recruit. The Navy allowed James to further practice his passions for team work, good seamanship and professionalism.

He met his partner Elyse in 2013 in Antigua. They have been together ever since and have worked together on a number of different yachts around the world. They’re due to be married in August 2019.

James has over 70,000 sea miles and has raced in offshore campaigns including the Fastnet, Caribbean 600 and the Middle sea race. He has cruised extensively with Elyse around the Mediterranean and Caribbean and has crossed the Atlantic four times.

Sailing is James’ career and hobby. He will be on the water for many more years and he enjoys every minute of it.

Chef/Stewardess: Elyse Labrecque (30)Chef/Stewardess: Elyse Labrecque

Elyse was born in the country side near Quebec City, Canada, then moved to Montreal at the age of 19 to look for new challenges. She studied Visual Arts in College and then excelled in a Professional Pastry course at the ITHQ of Montreal. She has been a keen cook since the age of 8 and loves to experiment and create wonderful meals for her friends and family. Having her first job as a Pastry Chef in a reputable bistro in Montreal at the age of 24, she then moved to Antigua the following year where she worked as Pastry Chef as well as Raw Bar Chef in a busy waterfront restaurant.

Elyse got the bug for sailing when starting to work with James chartering around the Mediterranean, the perfect vehicle for her love for adventure, gastronomy and hospitality.

She is looking forward to sharing those passions, concocting your favourite meals and making sure you are having the time of your life.

Straight out of refit late Spring 2018, Theia of London has never been chartered previously.  James and Elyse worked on Tillymint, Discovery 67 for a year before she was sold in Spring 2018. 

  • DVD player saloon, Indoor audio system, iPod dock, Outdoor audio system, TV saloon, Wi-Fi, 10ft / 3.20m 40hp RIB, Banana boat - towable, Paddleboards multiple, Tube - towable, Coffee machine, Deck shower, Swim platform, Water maker
  • Not Insured, Diving by arrangement
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