Life on Board Cherokee

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced sailor, Cherokee's voyages are suitable for everyone.

She may be one of the youngest in our fleet but Cherokee sure is mighty in spirit. A custom-fit charter vessel she has been designed to ensure her guests are comfy and entertained. With four private guest cabins, comfortable bunks and two bathrooms at either end of the boat, she can easily cater for family trips or a group of solo travellers. Clever storage offers plenty of locker space for guests in each cabin. With the boiler running off the cooling water of the generator, there is plenty of hot water for washing and showering!

Inside Cherokee, she offers a cosy saloon perfect for eating, playing cards or simply reading a book. You’ll find beautiful panelled mahogany interiors, giving the ship that classic feeling. A well-equipped galley opposite the saloon provides a perfect social space, ready to bring you delicious food after an exhilarating day of sailing. Eat under the stars if the weather allows in the spacious cockpit, offering comfortable couches and a good-sized table. If the weather takes a turn, the crew will put up the cockpit tent, offering you shelter and warmth in the fresh air.

YOUR CREW
Besides the skipper, there is a ‘bosun’ who also does the cooking. The bosun will be preparing dinner as you arrive and after a sumptuous breakfast on your first morning aboard Cherokee, you can be guaranteed a relaxed start to your sailing holiday. Cherokee can easily be sailed solo by its crew so if you want to put your feet up, enjoy the wind in your hair and admire the view; you are on the right boat. Having said that, Cherokee is also the perfect boat for guests to learn the ropes, and the crew are more than happy for guests to get involved as much as they’d like. Experienced sailors are welcomed to sail with Cherokee, the skipper will pass you the helm and with the wind in her sails, it’s a great opportunity to sail a bigger yacht!

Jouke and his crew try to use the engine as little as possible, sailing into port as much as they can. Cherokee only clocks up about 180 motoring hours every year, which is pretty impressive. Due to this, as with most of our vessels, the days of your holiday are subject to the weather, using the tide as your clock. Guests aren’t presented with a tight schedule or itinerary for this reason, and it makes the trip much more adventurous and flexible.

Sailing suits can be rented for only £35, and life jackets are provided for everyone for the duration of the holiday.

Skipper profile

Jouke Lemmers

Jouke bought Cherokee in 2008 after growing up with classic vessels, and turned her into the ship she is today.

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Life onboard

Cherokee

With a schedule dictated by the elements, Cherokee will utilise her sails as much as possible. Get involved or sit back, and relax.

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The History of

Cherokee

Built in 2000, Cherokee's history is in the making. Be a part of this beautiful yacht's story.

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