VOYAGE CREW

the journey is the destination 

What is Voyage Crew?

A few times a year, Neverland makes longer voyages to get to our next destination. Typically we allow at least two weeks for these voyages, which gives us plenty of time to make short hops between islands, optimize our weather routing, explore and enjoy some of our stops along the way, and arrive at our destination with a few days to spare and explore. We love to have crew join us to experience life at sea and explore unknown places.

Voyage Crew is perfect for those looking for an authentic sailing and liveaboard experience. You do not need prior sailing knowledge or experience to join us on a voyage—all you need is an interest in sailing, a bit of flexibility, willingness to learn and help out, and an adventurous spirit.

Life During a Voyage

Our itinerary during a voyage is very much influenced by the weather and conditions. With our arrival date at our final destination in mind, we’ll rely on weather forecasting to determine which route to take and when we might make our passages between islands. Often we’ll make a passage overnight to ensure arrival during daylight, so we get to enjoy the wonder of sailing under the cover of darkness and a sea of stars!

John will conduct weather, passage, and safety briefings with the crew to make sure everyone gets to participate in the planning and knows what to expect and prepare for. While we’re underway, we’ll take turns on watch and in the galley to make sure everyone is well rested, well fed, and gets to learn more about sailing and navigating. We usually deploy our trolling lines and fishing gear to see if we can catch some fresh meals, and most passages are actually quite relaxing—there’s always plenty of time for reading, playing games, watching movies, sunbathing, and napping.

We’ll often find ourselves stopping at remote islands or shorelines for more than one night while we wait for our next weather window to make the next hop. This gives us a chance to relax, play, and explore new places—whether that’s an excursion on shore, playing in the water, or diving the local reefs.

We try to arrive at our final destination with a few days to spare which gives us time to unwind and explore before you depart.

 

How to Join a Voyage

Choose Your Voyage

Pick from our list of upcoming voyages and find something that works for you. Note the duration of each voyage and the time frame when we’ll be completing the voyage—we’ll work with you and the rest of the crew to nail down exact start and end dates within the preceding two months.

We book voyages on Neverland on a “by-the-cabin” basis, typically at all-inclusive prices of around $250 per cabin per night for single occupancy, or around $400 for double occupancy.

Pay for Your Voyage in 3 Installments

30% — deposit to lock in a cabin on your voyage
30% — 60 days before you voyage begins
40% — 14 days before your voyage begins

Getting to Neverland

After we finalize our start and end dates, we’ll provide you with the information you need to book your travel—note that you’ll be flying in and out of different airports. We will also collect your flight information and help arrange local transportation to Neverland when you arrive.

What's Included?

Our voyages are offered on an all-inclusive basis, which is basically everything that happens on board Neverland:

 Accommodations in ensuite queen cabins

  All meals and snacks

 All soft drinks, coffee, tea, beer, table wine, and a full bar of alcoholic drinks

 Use of all water toys, fishing, snorkel, and scuba diving gear, and all other yacht amenities

 Yoga and breathwork sessions with Eryn

 Dive training with John

 Fuel, water, ice, cruising permits, park and mooring fees, insurance, and other operating expenses

The cost of any meals, excursions, or transportation ashore are at your own expense. Any PADI scuba certification courses (if available) are also additional expenses to cover PADI’s course content, materials, and administrative fees.

What to Bring

We’ve got you covered: bath & beach towels, bedding, shower essentials, ScubaPro snorkel & dive gear, and dive lights

What to bring: soft-sided luggage, swimwear, sunscreen, beachwear, rain jacket, hat, sunglasses, music, books, camera, and personal snorkel/dive gear and wetsuit if you prefer

Accommodations

Accommodations include use of the following:

Private queen cabins: each with island beds, private ensuite bath with electric toilet, vanity and separate shower stall. All cabins have ample storage, a panoramic window, air conditioning, two fans, US 110v and USB outlets, and dimmable lighting

Social areas: an upper deck lounge with sectional couch and sunbed area with 360 degree view; foredeck has a spacious area for lounging, sunbathing, and yoga; outdoor cockpit offers a shaded lounge area plus alfresco dining; indoor salon offers a relaxing sectional couch and 43″ TV

Communications: Neverland has an onboard wi-fi network for streaming from our content library and internet connectivity whenever we’re within range of mobile towers

Dining

During our voyages we like to keep meals simple and tasty. We will craft a menu that fits everyone’s tastes and that anyone can make—even while we’re underway.

Here’s a sample of our voyage menu:

Breakfast

Egg Scramble

Smashed Avocado Toast

Yogurt & Museli

Overnight Oats

Fruit Smoothies

Neverland “McMuffins”

Pancakes & Bacon

Breakfast Burritos

Lunch

Chicken Cesar Salad

Tuna Poke Bowl

DIY Deli Wraps

Bruschetta & Chilled White Bean Soup

Summer Corn Salad

Seared Chicken Salad & Chilled Gazpacho

Toasted Tuna Salad Sandwich

Mediterranean Pasta Salad

Dinner

Caribbean Jerk Chicken

Blackened Tuna Tacos

Chicken Alfredo Pasta

Build Your Own Burger

Taco Night

Sausage & Peppers

Black Bean and Veggie Quesadillas

Fresh Broiled Lobster (better go catch it!)

What is Voyage Crew?

A few times a year, Neverland makes longer voyages to get to our next destination. Typically we allow at least two weeks for these voyages, which gives us plenty of time to make short hops between islands, optimize our weather routing, explore and enjoy some of our stops along the way, and arrive at our destination with a few days to spare and explore. We love to have crew join us to experience life at sea and explore unknown places.

Voyage Crew is perfect for those looking for an authentic sailing and liveaboard experience. You do not need prior sailing knowledge or experience to join us on a voyage—all you need is an interest in sailing, a bit of flexibility, willingness to learn and help out, and an adventurous spirit.

Life During a Voyage

Our itinerary during a voyage is very much influenced by the weather and conditions. With our arrival date at our final destination in mind, we’ll rely on weather forecasting to determine which route to take and when we might make our passages between islands. Often we’ll make a passage overnight to ensure arrival during daylight, so we get to enjoy the wonder of sailing under the cover of darkness and a sea of stars!

John will conduct weather, passage, and safety briefings with the crew to make sure everyone gets to participate in the planning and knows what to expect and prepare for. While we’re underway, we’ll take turns on watch and in the galley to make sure everyone is well rested, well fed, and gets to learn more about sailing and navigating. We usually deploy our trolling lines and fishing gear to see if we can catch some fresh meals, and most passages are actually quite relaxing—there’s always plenty of time for reading, playing games, watching movies, sunbathing, and napping.

We’ll often find ourselves stopping at remote islands or shorelines for more than one night while we wait for our next weather window to make the next hop. This gives us a chance to relax, play, and explore new places—whether that’s an excursion on shore, playing in the water, or diving the local reefs.

We try to arrive at our final destination with a few days to spare which gives us time to unwind and explore before you depart.

 

How to Join a Voyage

Choose Your Voyage

Pick from our list of upcoming voyages and find something that works for you. Note the duration of each voyage and the time frame when we’ll be completing the voyage—we’ll work with you and the rest of the crew to nail down exact start and end dates within the preceding two months.

We book voyages on Neverland on a “by-the-cabin” basis, typically at all-inclusive prices of around $250 per cabin per night for single occupancy, or around $400 for double occupancy.

Pay for Your Voyage in 3 Installments

30% — deposit to lock in a cabin on your voyage
30% — 60 days before you voyage begins
40% — 14 days before your voyage begins

Getting to Neverland

After we finalize our start and end dates, we’ll provide you with the information you need to book your travel—note that you’ll be flying in and out of different airports. We will also collect your flight information and help arrange local transportation to Neverland when you arrive.

What's Included?

Our voyages are offered on an all-inclusive basis, which is basically everything that happens on board Neverland:

 Accommodations in ensuite queen cabins

  All meals and snacks

 All soft drinks, coffee, tea, beer, table wine, and a full bar of alcoholic drinks

 Use of all water toys, fishing, snorkel, and scuba diving gear, and all other yacht amenities

 Yoga and breathwork sessions with Eryn

 Dive training with John

 Fuel, water, ice, cruising permits, park and mooring fees, insurance, and other operating expenses

The cost of any meals, excursions, or transportation ashore are at your own expense. Any PADI scuba certification courses (if available) are also additional expenses to cover PADI’s course content, materials, and administrative fees.

What to Bring

We’ve got you covered: bath & beach towels, bedding, shower essentials, ScubaPro snorkel & dive gear, and dive lights

What to bring: soft-sided luggage, swimwear, sunscreen, beachwear, rain jacket, hat, sunglasses, music, books, camera, and personal snorkel/dive gear and wetsuit if you prefer

Accommodations

Accommodations include use of the following:

Private queen cabins: each with island beds, private ensuite bath with electric toilet, vanity and separate shower stall. All cabins have ample storage, a panoramic window, air conditioning, two fans, US 110v and USB outlets, and dimmable lighting

Social areas: an upper deck lounge with sectional couch and sunbed area with 360 degree view; foredeck has a spacious area for lounging, sunbathing, and yoga; outdoor cockpit offers a shaded lounge area plus alfresco dining; indoor salon offers a relaxing sectional couch and 43″ TV

Communications: Neverland has an onboard wi-fi network for streaming from our content library and internet connectivity whenever we’re within range of mobile towers

Dining

During our voyages we like to keep meals simple and tasty. We will craft a menu that fits everyone’s tastes and that anyone can make—even while we’re underway.

Here’s a sample of our voyage menu:

Breakfast

Egg Scramble

Smashed Avocado Toast

Yogurt & Museli

Overnight Oats

Fruit Smoothies

Neverland “McMuffins”

Pancakes & Bacon

Breakfast Burritos

Lunch

Chicken Cesar Salad

Tuna Poke Bowl

DIY Deli Wraps

Bruschetta & Chilled White Bean Soup

Summer Corn Salad

Seared Chicken Salad & Chilled Gazpacho

Toasted Tuna Salad Sandwich

Mediterranean Pasta Salad

Dinner

Caribbean Jerk Chicken

Blackened Tuna Tacos

Chicken Alfredo Pasta

Build Your Own Burger

Taco Night

Sausage & Peppers

Black Bean and Veggie Quesadillas

Fresh Broiled Lobster (better go catch it!)

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