Sell One&Only Ocean Club's New Private Jet Packages to Caribbean-Bound Groups

Photo courtesy of Ultimate Jet Vacations

Travel Agent thinks One&Only Resorts’ new bespoke program offering private jet service to Bahamas-bound clients is great for couples traveling with couples and other groups of up to eight people.

In partnership with Ultimate Jet Vacations, One&Only Resorts recently announced the launch of "Jet to Villa” and “Jet to Suite” experiences now available for agents to book.

The new package is available at One&Only Ocean Club in the Bahamas, and includes jet transportation from a number of gateways including Miami, Atlanta, New York and Washington, D.C., on a Phenom 300 aircraft by Embraer.


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To enhance the experiences, also included are transfers from Nassau International Airport to the One&Only Ocean Club, accommodations in a spacious three- or four-bedroom villa with private pool, daily breakfast for all villa guests, one complimentary in villa dinner with a private chef, a 50-minute Swedish massage (four sessions for clients staying in a three-bedroom villa and six sessions for those staying in a four-bedroom villa), catering during the flight home by Dune restaurant, a premium bar package and a $1,500 fuel credit.

Ultimate Jet Vacations consists of travel specialists who create customized luxury journeys to the Caribbean and Mexico. The company, a wholesale business, handles all aspects of trip planning and execution, from VIP airport service to resort and hotel bookings, private touring and unique experiences.

“We listened to our agents who told us that their clients want an experience that is convenient and luxurious from start to finish,” said Steven Kadoch, managing partner of Ultimate Jet Vacations, in a written release. “Our ‘Jet to Villa’ program is the ultimate in comfort and convenience both in the air and on the ground.”


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