Identifying the perfect yacht for charter this summer is easier than ever with a multitude of offerings that will satisfy even the most discerning guest. We took a look at a few standouts that you will be spotting this year.
M/Y SEANNA is a gorgeous 65m Benetti and available for charter with Burgess. With a flexible seven-cabin configuration (five doubles, two twins) and a fully loaded water toy garage, M/Y SEANNA is equally elegant and comfortable. SeaBobs, canoes, paddleboards, jet skis, and a super fun aqua park trampoline will ensure parents won’t ever hear the proverbial “Are we there yet?!”. Relax in the jacuzzi or get in your daily workout with the yacht’s personal trainer at the indoor/outdoor gym. With loads of deck space and at anchor stabilizers that keep her steady in all sea conditions, this yacht in the words of her broker “packs a punch!”
Perfect for fishing enthusiasts
M/Y BELUGA is a 34.7m Moonen based in Port Douglas in far north Queensland on the doorstep of the incredible Great Barrier Reef. Kitted out for serious fishing enthusiasts, she offers a 40-foot custom built game fishing boat, M/V MINKE, which is perfect for a day out when the marlin are biting. With a 4,000 nautical mile range, each and every corner of the Great Barrier Reef, one of the most stunning natural wonders of the world, is available to you and 11 other guests.
A charter yacht for food lovers
It goes without saying the dining onboard a yacht should be sublime. Yet it is not often that your dinner is designed by a celebrity chef of Australian and Sri Lankan heritage. The 40.2m Mondomarine, M/Y INFINITY PACIFIC, offers just that for 10 lucky guests. Peter Kuruvita is an Australian celebrity chef who draws heavily from his heritage to produce dishes such as Ceylon tea prawns with mulligatawny soup. Each dish is a full sensory experience.
Discover bella Italia on this sailing yacht
Sailing yacht ADESSO, offered for charter by the Italian boutique charter agency Forzatre (celebrating this year their 25th anniversary this year) is the perfect choice to explore the Amalfi Coast, Sicily, and Sardinia. She was built in 1996 by CCYD (project by German Frers) with interiors by Gae Aulenti; this dream team created a vessel that provides a thrilling high-performance ride with the opulent feel of a luxurious yacht. Eight lucky guests will revel in the exceptional cuisine and appreciate the experienced crew who know this region inside and out.
For the person that just wants everything
The exceptional 63.5m M/Y SURI has undoubtedly one of the longest lists of watertoys out there on the market; this yacht is perfect for 15 guests who want just everything on board. From a helipad with a five-passenger helicopter and a two-person SEARAY seaplane to a multitude of speedboats, tenders, watertoys, and dive equipment too long to mention, there really is something for everyone here. With a greater volume and more amenities on board than comparable explorer vessels of her dimension, she will be a showstopper coming into port.
Ideal for families with small children
M/Y INDIGO STAR I just returned from a 3-year world cruise to the USA, Caribbean, Central America, and Asia with the owners and their children; the crewmembers are very experienced entertaining kids of all ages. The yacht has five luxurious cabins and a bonus sixth that is perfect for accommodating the little ones. With an abundance of outdoor space, a home theatre, and loads of water toys, this is a perfect option for a relaxing and fun cruise around the Med this summer.
For those who want to be noticed
The 38.5m M/Y 4A will turn heads coming into port with her dark metallic exterior, sleek lines, and four fold down terraces over the sea, a hallmark of the Italian builder, Sanlorenzo. A three person Waverunner, SeaBobs, a waterski, a wakeboard, and a super fun two meter turbo tube on board will ensure that you will have plenty of toys to choose from for a fun afternoon at anchor.