Let me start by sharing my credentials: I am a United States Coast Guard Licensed Master Captain 50 Ton. And I myself Charter and Captain my Classic vessel, a 1975 Marinette on the waters of the Lake of the Ozarks.
This was our 3rd voyage aboard the YUNQUE of Oceanus Island Yachts Huatulco, and I expect to enjoy several more. I have spoken with friends who have enlisted the charter services of other Yates, and I can say that NONE of their experiences have matched ours. In fact, in no way onboard my own charter could I match the services of this crew.
Yes, the crew: Captain Alfonso (Poncho), his crew Pedro and son Moro.
The seas were a bit growly, and only a very highly capable Captain could manage the headings and throttles to provide a much nicer ride than the seas were offering. And my full confidence is with this Captain and his full professionalism. He and his crew take full pride in their vessel, and their pride in her is obvious to a trained eye.
Oh, the ‘Resturante’…. again I was overwhelmed by the beverages, local healthy snacks, and remarkable ceviche presented by Pedro. Yes, his onboard prepared bevs, snacks, and meals are at the top of the game in Huatulco. And when there was no room in our full stomachs, he presented a spectacular postre of his homemade carrot cake. Yes indeed we indulged with total delight.
But that is not all…he is a master of knowledge of nature both on land and sea for the Bahias de Huatulco. His son Moro is a very adept hand aboard and a nature student of his father. My friend Mickey, his first visit to Huatulco was overwhelmed learning so much from Pedro and Moro.
Even more amazing, the experience continued after the end of our cruise! The following evening Pedro and Moro delivered to our condo a wonderful dessert for my wife and guests to enjoy for my birthday on that day.
For a quality onboard experience to truly know the Bays of Huatulco, there is no need to look any further than aboard the YUNQUE of Oceanus Island Yachts Huatulco.
Captain Ken Allen