Magic Bus is not a production made to a budget charter boat. She had great bones and was designed with no sacrifices in mind for her 2000 launching. Keel damage during hurricane IRMA brought around a complete re-fit including new engines, generator, mast, rigging, and sails. Recently her rudders, dinghy davits, electronics (Auto Pilot & AIS & Apple TV), ice-maker, and water pumps have all been upgraded.

Comfort Offshore
  • Four private cabins each with a queen-size berth, head and separate shower, plus crew cabin with separate head and shower.
  • Air-conditioning / warming controls in each cabin.
  • Additional single berth in the port hull that allows her to accommodate up to nine guests + captain and steward.
  • Designed to sail at 1/2 the wind speed she easily can do 200+ mile days.
  • Two new 2018 Volvo D55 engines are quiet and reliable with less then 1500 hours on each.
  • A new 2020 21kW generator to provide ample power for the whole crew.
  • A new 2018 reverse-osmosis 55 gallon per hour water maker.
  • Ice maker, blender, fridges, freezer, and two Dometic portable CF freezers. Easily able to provision for two weeks for 8 guests – only go to the docks when you want to, not when you need to!
  • An onboard dive compressor, scuba diving equipment, tanks, weights, masks, and fins.
  • Iridium Go! Satellite means you are always connected (if you want to be), other various electronics include a flat-screen in the salon, Wifi router onboard (requires local SIM Card), Mobile Phone/Data Booster, VHF Radio / AIS, auto-pilot, wind/speed/depth indicators, radar and GPS, 10 person liferaft and EPIRB
  • 2020 14′ dinghy with a 15hp outboard great for enjoying beaches or kiteboard support craft.
  •  Two stand-up paddleboards, one inflatable kayak. 
  • 10×10 inflatable island floating raft, inflatable slide, towable tube.
  • Snorkeling free-diving gear for six people.

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