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REMEMBER WHEN Yacht Description

Offered by DMA Yachting, the astonishing charter yacht REMEMBER WHEN is a 162 ft motor yacht featuring a hot tub. The highlights of REMEMBER WHEN are her absolute comfort and inviting socializing areas. REMEMBER WHEN spends the summer and winter season in Florida. She was delivered by the ship builder Christensen in 2011. A comprehensive refit was fulfilled in 2020. The expansive yacht layout features 6 large cabins and easily accommodates a group of 12 guests.

REMEMBER WHEN is classified as a superyacht. The prominent section of the yacht, inviting aft deck, is right next to the the heart of the yacht - the main saloon. The main saloon is a friendly space to spend time when the aft deck might not be as desirable (at port, private conversations) and serves as a location of entertainment.

6 spacious cabins are purposefully laid out to allow for comfortable access and private setting.

The motor yacht features (2) MTU 12V 4000 series @ 1,800HP each (2) Northern Lights 160 kW Generators (1) Northern Lights 99 kW Generator Hyak � integrated shore conversion system with Auto Paralleling and Seamless transfer converts any Voltage and Hz Stabilizers: Quantum 0 speed (at anchor) Navis � OYS integrated dynamic positioning system engines .


On deck, forward, full-beam Master Stateroom: Upon entry, there is a private office with desk facing large windows for a gorgeous view.

The centerline king bed faces forward towards a 65 inch TV (hidden while not in use). Dresser to port.

HER EN-SUITE is on the starboard side with Jacuzzi tub, Toto Neorest heated bidet/head with motion sensor, sink, and steam room shower with dual shower heads, hand shower wand, L-shaped seat. HIS EN-SUITE is on the port side with Toto Neorest heated bidet/head with motion sensor, sink and shares the steam room shower. Heated marble floors and skylights add to the elegance. Each his- and her- walk-in closet can be accessed from the stateroom or from the en-suite bathroom. There is a safe in each of the walk-in closets.

There are five guest staterooms midships on the lower deck which can be accessed by elevator.

Forward: Two equal staterooms each with one twin-size bed, a Pullman berth overhead, and a double bed. Two port holes allow ample natural light. There is a 37 inch TV, dresser with drawers and closet. The en-suite bathrooms each have a shower with bench seat, sink, head and porthole.
Mid: Two equal staterooms each with one king-size bed. Two portholes allow ample natural light. There is a 37 inch TV, dresser with drawers and closet. The en-suite bathrooms each have a shower with bench seat, sink, head and porthole.

Aft: The VIP stateroom is a spacious stateroom with walk-around king-size bed, 60 inch TV, dresser with drawers and closet. The en-suite features a Toto Neorest heated bidet/head with motion sensor, his- and her- sinks, stall shower, and Jacuzzi tub.

The main salon is semi-divided by a black walnut cabinet with back-to-back TVs (recessed when not in use). The lounge aft is an inviting space with Hamilton Piano. The formal dining area is forward and accommodates up to 12 guests. A pocket door leads to the galley and service areas on the port side. Access the elevator on the starboard side. The day head is also situated on the starboard side further forward.

The aft deck is covered, and has a C-shaped bench seat with two tables and four additional chairs aft to accommodate 10-12 guests for a more casual dining experience. There is a full wet bar with three bar stools and 37 inch TV to port. The aft deck can be air conditioned, and has wind doors to the walk-around decks. Access the swim platform on the starboard side or take the stairwell to the bridge deck.

The spacious swim platform extends 10 ft, has safety rails, and underwater lights.

Hydraulic (to starboard) with 20 foot extension.

The SKYLOUNGE is a most welcoming and comfortable area with L-shaped sofa and two tables to port with a 3D 60 inch TV. On the starboard side is a game table and recessed bar with an exquisite light up Onyx bar top, 6 bar stools, and a 37 inch TV. The day head is to starboard and the Bridge is forward with access to Portuguese deck. The black-out blinds make this space perfect for cinema night; or open up the aft doors completely to extend the skylounge into one space with the bridge deck aft.

The al fresco bridge deck aft dining area is shaded with misters and A/C overhead, wind doors to port and starboard, plus the option of Eisenglass or privacy shades to port and starboard. Full wet bar to port and 60 inch TV to starboard. The large round dining table has a built-in auto Lazy Susan and can accommodate up to 12 guests. Aft of the dining area are two chaise lounges centered, plus an L-shaped bench seat with cocktail table to each side, port and starboard. You can access the aft deck or sun deck stairwells on the starboard side, or walk around to the Portuguese deck forward. The bridge deck can be accessed by the elevator.(For wheelchair access, the elevator is 27.75 inches wide).

The sun deck is semi-shaded area with hard-top midships plus an additional three triangular sun shades forward if desired. The oversized Jacuzzi can accommodate up to 10 guests surrounded by large sunpads and is situated forward with three adjacent bar stools to enhance this space as a great social gathering place. On the starboard side there is a full bar with nine bar stools, 60 inch TV, BBQ, and day head. To port is a comfortable C-shaped seating area with cocktail table. Aft is a terrific sunning area for those seeking full sun with 2 chaise lounges, toy storage while underway, and exercise equipment. The Sun Deck can be accessed by the elevator.

What is the cabin arrangement of REMEMBER WHEN?

  • 4 king cabins
  • 2 twin cabins
  • 2 pullman cabins


Dining Salon
Dining Salon
  • Weekly price:
    $230,000 - $230,000

    Low Season | High Season

  • Length: 162'
  • # of Guests: 12
  • # of Cabins: 6
  • # of Crew: 10
  • Builder: Christensen
  • Consumption: 100 US Gall/Hr
  • Cruising Speed: 12
  • Max. Speed: 17
  • Built Year: 2011
  • Refit: 2020

REMEMBER WHEN Yacht Charter Price

# of charter days Base Price APA (deposit for provisioning, fuel, docking fees, etc) Total Note
14 day charter 460,000$ to 460,000$ 92,000$ to 138,000$ 552,000$ to 598,000$ Discounts outside the main season are common.
7 day charter 230,000$ to 230,000$ 46,000$ to 69,000$ 276,000$ to 299,000$ Standard charter rate, base for all calculations.
3 day charter 115,000$ to 115,000$ 23,000$ to 34,500$ 138,000$ to 149,500$ The usual formula is the 7 day charter rate divided by 6, times the number of days (3).
Boat policy might differ.
230,000$ / 6 * 3 days = 115,000$
1 day charter 38,333$ to 46,000$ 7,667$ to 11,500$ 46,000$ to 57,500$ Please inquire, the possibility/availability of a 1 day charter needs to be verified.

All prices are generated by a calculator and serve as a guide for new charterers. Any additional information of the Price Details section has priority over above. Availability is always subject to confirmation. Gratuity not included for it's discretionary character, usually 5%-25% of the Base Price.

Price Details

Price from: $230,000

High season rate: $230,000

** EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2022 - 10% VAT will need to be quoted for all Bahamas charters in addition to the 4% Charter Tax **
** EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2022 - 10% VAT will need to be quoted for all Bahamas charters in addition to the 4% Charter Tax **

Price Terms

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REMEMBER WHEN Yacht Charter Locations

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Winter Season


Salon Stereo: Yes
Salon Tv: Yes
Sat Tv: Yes
Nude: Inq
Crew Pets: No
Ice Maker: Yes
Special Diets: Yes
Kosher: Inq
Bbq: Yes
Gay Charters: Inq
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Hairdryers: Yes
Crew Smokes: Inq
Children Ok: Yes


Guests: 12
Maxspeed: 17
Draft: 8'
Cruising Speed: 12
Helipad: No
Ac: Full
Ac Night:
Built: 2011
Cabins: 6
King: 4
Twin: 2
Pullman: 2
Showers: 7
Basins: 9
Electric Heads: 9


BBQ: Yes
AC: Full
Cruising Speed: 12
Max Speed: 17



More Specifications

Flag: Cayman Islands
Homeport: Nassau, Bahamas
Resort Course:
Yacht Permit: 2
Yacht License: 2
Yacht Mca: 1
Yacht Insurance:

Diving Onboard

Tanks: 6
Communication: Satcom and SatFax
Computer, printer, scanner
VSAT constant wireless internet access
Entertainment System: Crestron video and audio equipment with Kaleidescape Movie system, WD Network Movie server all operated with iPads.
Air Compressor: Onboard
Bcs: 6
Number Of Divers: 6
Scuba On Board: Onboard


Fishing Gear:
Fishing Gear Type:
Deep Sea Fishing:

Green Initiatives

Green Initiative:
Reusable Bottles:
Other Green Efforts:

Water Sports

Dinghy Size:
Kayaks 1 Pax:
Kayaks 2 Pax: 2
Dinghy Hp:
Floating Mats:
Dinghy Pax:
Swim Platform: 10'
Water Skis Adult:
Boarding Ladder:
Water Skis Kids:
Sailing Dinghy:
Jet Skis:
Beach Games:
Wave Runners: 2
Snorkel Gear:
Underwater Camera:
Underwater Video:
Wake Board:
Paddleboard: 2

Other Entertainment

10-person Jacuzzi on sundeck
Ship-wide music system with individual iPod docking stations throughout


Crew Information

Captain: Douglas Wernick

Captain: Douglas Wernick, American.
Captain Douglas is originally from Boston, Massachusetts, where he grew up exploring the coast of New England from Cape Cod to Maine. Doug has been working professionally at sea for the past 25 years and has a 3000-ton Unlimited International Captain license. He has extensively cruised the Mediterranean, Aegean, Adriatic, Bahamas, Caribbean, Pacific, Sea of Cortez and the coast of New England. Captain Douglas Wernick is an active captain who leads by example, and to ensure a perfectly maintained boat which is ready to provide the highest standard of service.

Chef: Patricia Clark, American.
Patricia was born in California, and then moved to Massachusetts when she was 6. She started cooking at an early age which led her to work in restaurants around the world including Italy, New-York and Los Angeles before becoming an international private chef for several years. Over the last 25 years, her experience includes, but is not limited to, working on farms, Michelin starred restaurants, countryside villas, UHNW private service and remote event catering. She is well versed in all different cooking styles and flavors and can meet religious and dietary requirements of the guests. Patricia is known to “tell a story” with her food and she looks forward to creating a new story for every guest on board.

Chief Stewardess: Phoebe Smart, Australian.
Phoebe was born in Red Hill, Australia. She spent her childhood on an Alpaca farm by the ocean. Phoebe found yachting to be a perfect place to combine her love for the ocean, her passion for travel, and her hospitality skills. Since 2013 Phoebe has worked on all types of yachts including private, charter, expedition, and sail. She has travelled extensively through Asia and the South Pacific and has gone as far as Patagonia and the Galapagos! During her free time Phoebe enjoys baking, yoga, diving, visiting wineries and she is always happy to share her travelling experiences. Phoebe loves challenges and takes pride in providing excellent service, she is devoted to making your stay onboard a truly unforgettable experience.

Chief Officer: James Farren, South African.
James was born in Durban, South Africa and has always lived a life near the sea. Prior to yachting, James worked as an electrical engineer for 5 years. James has now been working on yachts for more than 5 years and has stepped up to the Chief Officer position onboard Remember When, after serving a few seasons as Bosun. James is a responsible and dedicated team leader who is looking forward to discovering the many beautiful bays, anchorages and areas of the Bahamas and Caribbean Sea.

Chief Engineer (rotational): Leonel Medina, Venezuelan.
Leo graduated from the University of Merchant Marine in 1997. Leo has over 10 years’ experience in commercial shipping and over 7 years in the yachting industry. Adopting a “hands-on” approach to his work, Leo is eager to lead in challenging environments and is able to think and act swiftly whilst remaining calm in emergency situations. Leo works hard to build and implement sophisticated plans to achieve exceptional performance and maintain the highest safety, health and environment standards.

Chief Engineer (rotational): Jose Angel Manrique Nieves, Venezuelan.
Jose is a graduate of the Venezuelan Merchant Marine Academy and the Caribbean Maritime University. After graduating, he served on multiple container and tanker ships for 10 years. Moving into the yacht industry, Jose was provided with an opportunity to develop and sharpen his skills in engineering while looking after the safety of the yacht and all aboard. Jose continues his career with high standards and offers the best of his personal and professional knowledge and attitude towards maintaining and smooth operation.

2nd Stewardess: Karyna Hryhorovych, Ukrainian.
Karyna was born in Odessa, Ukraine, one of the main port cities of her country. Being brought up in a seamen’s family, kindled in her a love for the sea and the urge to travel. She started her career at quite a young age in cruise ships before transitioning to yachts. Karyna is extremely passionate about her job; she is intuitive and attentive, ensuring that the needs of guests are handled correctly and quickly. In her spare time, she loves drawing, travelling, diving, and snorkeling.

Stewardess: Gabriela Leano, Colombian.
Gabriela was born and raised in Bogota, Columbia where she specialized in Political and Business Relations at University. After completing her studies, she worked in the hospitality industry at a top-class restaurant, Andres Carne. Her event coordinating skills, service background, and a passion for a travel made becoming a stewardess the perfect next step for her. Gabriela is a unique and creative person who enjoys singing, drawing and cooking. She is both intuitive and attentive and always makes sure guests onboard are comfortable and enjoying themselves.

Stewardess: Bianca Lima, Brazilian.
Bianca was born in Sao Paolo, Brazil and has recently joined the yacht industry. Before yachting, she studied Psychology at college for 2 years. She is a hardworking individual who is always keen to learn more in order to provide every guest with a memorable experience. She has many creative interests such as playing guitar and making music, cooking and travelling. Bianca’s dream is to one day become a pilot.

Bosun: Jason Richeux, Honduran.
Jason was born in France but when he was 7 his family moved to Honduras. He has a business management college degree and over 10 years working in the sport fishing industry. Jason started his career in the yacht industry in 2021 and has cruised the Bahamas and East Coast of the USA. He has a passion for fishing and adventures and enjoys interacting and entertaining the guests onboard.

Deckhand/Engineer: Hermias Cornelius Laubscher, South African.
Herlo is from Bloemfontein, South Africa and spent his childhood on a farm and then continued into his family’s business as a Nature Field Guide. His passion for the ocean and travelling led him to yachting. He has been in this industry for over 3 years and enjoys exploring the outdoors, adventures, diving, fishing and long boarding. He is a good communicator with an outgoing yet mature personality. He has a good sense of humor that helps the crew be successful in all circumstances.

Deckhand: Ian Schmidt, American.
Ian was born in Anchorage, Alaska. Having grown up near the bay, Ian discovered his passion for the ocean which eventually led him to begin his yachting career. Before yachting, he worked as a wilderness guide in Alaska and as a camp mentor for children’s summer camps. He loves to be outdoors and often spends his free time downhill skiing, diving and hiking. Ian is embracing each day and learning as much as he can to build a firm foundation for professional growth in the yachting industry.


    Price Terms: Plus Expenses

    Price from $230,000/week

    High season $230,000/week

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