Trip #2: The ultimate lazy family trip (we’re not judging)
In order to limit the number of activities one can execute in a single day, it’s important to choose a destination that doesn’t have a tremendous amount of cultural attractions, theatres, art galleries, etc. The Bahamas is just the place to help you cultivate dolce far niente, or the sweetness of doing nothing. Furthermore, being on a boat acts as the ideal buffer between you and ‘stuff to do.’ The very geographical structure of the Bahamas, a handful of islands dotted across hundreds of miles of perfect sea, encourages the kind of yachting trip where you’re able to change locations every day, but your preparation to enjoy said locations remains the same; namely, a swimsuit. For young or older children who may want to do more with their day than you, there’s plenty of watersports to keep them occupied – fishing, scuba diving and waterskiing among them.
Rebel hosts ten guests, in five cabins with nine crew. She’s 48m and has a 10.8m Everglades tender (at 900HP its fully-rigged for sports fishing), one 5.3m Zodiac Pro Open RIB Center Console/115 HP, three Seadoo RXP Waverunners, a Yamaha Super-Jet stand up jet-ski and three Seadoo underwater dive scooters.
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Trip #3: Bachelorette gone, not so wild (?)