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Hoping to fill the last remaining gap in her preseason calendar, Italian-built motor yacht GALAXY is offering a 9 night charter for the price of 7.
The 56m Benetti yacht GALAXY is offering the discount for any charter booked between 26 May and 15 June 2013, embarking from the South of France.
Captain Luke Humphries and his crew have a great reputation in the Mediterranean yacht charter market, and are keen to welcome clients on board.
Owner’s suite with his and hers bath. Additionally, office, and observation lounge with panoramic views.
Sleeps up to 12 guests in 6 cabins. Each stateroom contains a range of exotic woods. For instance, eucalyptus, European plane tree, and Burma teak.
Guest elevator between all four decks
Indoor/outdoor dining area with sliding glass panels on the bridge deck
Sundeck featuring a large Jacuzzi, ample lounge and sunpad areas, and a gymasium with panoramic views
RYA Personal Water Craft training school and an impressive collection of water toys
Benetti yacht charter vessel GALAXY is priced at a weekly rate of Euro € 255,000, plus running expenses.
In conclusion, Galaxy is an ideal yacht for The Superyacht Experience™.
Contact us for a sample Western Mediterranean itinerary, In addition, we provide you sample menus. Client testimonials? Check. Anything else? Just ask. Click https://www.1800yachtcharters.com/book-now-contact-us/ to reach us right now!
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Built by Heesen, a leading Dutch builder of superyacht vessels. Motor yacht SEA DWELLER was refit to spectacular condition in 2011.
She accommodates 10 guests sleeping. In specific, 12 guests cruising, total.
Her cabin configuration includes a master suite with king double. Her ensuite bath has a jacuzzi tub, shower, and twin sinks.
Two queen double cabins have ensuite showers.
Ensuite showers also exist in her 2 twin cabins.
The perfect yacht for social functions, there is ample deckspace for up to 80 guests for cocktail parties. This scenario perfectly exemplifies while dockside in Cannes or along the quay in Monaco. NOTE: Actual headcount for static event yacht charters is subject to Owner’s final approval.
For more information on this or any yacht available for static corporate special event yacht charters such as the Cannes Film Festival and the Monaco Grand Prix, contact 1-800 Yacht Charters at https://www.1800yachtcharters.com/book-now-contact-us/
It seems each spring, one of our most popular blog topics is the year’s trends in swimwear.
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Q: I’ve read a few yachting articles that referred to superyachts seeking new cruising grounds as an alternative to the traditional “Milk Run.” What is a milk run in yachting? Amy S.
A: Thank you for your question, Amy. Let’s start with a quick peek at the definition of milk run in an online dictionary.
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The Pay It Forward and Random Acts of Kindness are critical and a part of everyday life to the team at 1-800 Yacht Charters, led by Jana Sheeder, President.
“It’s wonderful to be a part of a huge Kindness effort,” says Sheeder.
That said, Hollywood filmmaker James Cameron has bequeathed his DEEPSEA CHALLENGER submarine. T lucky recipient is The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) in Massachusetts. The sub helps researchers there better understand life in Earth’s last unexplored frontier.
Last January, we profiled the profiled the epic attempt by three teams of modern-day explorers to reach the ocean’s deepest point – the first attempt in over 50 years. One team was lead by Cameron, another by British entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson, owner of the 32 meter (111 foot) luxury yacht charter vessel NECKER BELLE, and a third team by a Florida sub manufacturer, Patrick Lahey.
In March, 2012, Cameron bested Branson and the underdog Lahey in a race to be the first explorer of the ocean deadliest trench in half a century. Cameron plunged about seven miles to the bottom of the Mariana Trench in the western Pacific ocean. Specifically where temperatures are near freezing and the bone-crushing pressure is one thousand times greater than that at sea level.
Cameron donated the sub. But that’s not all. Additionally, Cameron will give nearly $1 million to help WHOI scientists and engineers. The funds enable them to avail the sub’s technology for deep-sea exploration.
“We’ve been sure to fund this enough that there are enough people and resources available to write this up, publish it, and therefore have it available,” Cameron said during a recent roundtable discussion in New York City with WHOI scientists. “To me, that’s an infinitely better outcome than [the sub] sitting dormant until I’m done with my next two movies, and maybe it comes to the tech community five or six years down the line when it’s already obsolete.”
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Award-winning Royal Huisman sail yacht TWIZZLE on display at the recent Singapore Yacht Show 2013. She hopes to garner interest in the South East Asia yacht charter business.
The sailing superyacht market is a niche market, but we have had a lot of interest here at the (Singapore) show. It was a great opportunity to be able to display a unique yacht such as TWIZZLE…(she) truly combines the best of both worlds – the excitement of sailing, combined with the space, luxury and all amenities of a large motor yacht.”“In Asia, there is a saying ‘every long march starts with a first step.’“
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Superyacht YOGI saga continues. Last February, we reported on the sinking of motor yacht YOGI, a 62 meter Mediterranean yacht charter vessel, that sank off the coast of Greece.
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It is May 1st. Happy May Day!
Where did the nautical term, “Mayday,” originate?
Mayday is an emergency distress signal used in radio communications.
The term comes from the French word, “m’aider” (pronounced “mayDAY”). As a distress call, it is always repeated 3 times. It is universally recognized. When only used once (as in, “Mayday,” versus “Mayday Mayday Mayday”), it is used to discuss an actual distress call that is under investigation.
M’aider in French means “help me.” In France, it is not considered a distress call. It is a commonplace “help me,” as in, “can you help me do this?”
In conclusion, if you’d like to learn more nautical terminology or book your own private yacht vacation, contact 1-800 Yacht Charters today. Call or click https://www.1800yachtcharters.com/book-now-contact-us/
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