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Experience a Bahamas yacht charter vacation in August and SAVE 10%! Was $195,000 per week…now $175,000 per week through September 30th !

Photograph of AMARULA SUN motoryacht with grey hull and red accents
BEAM 8.51 (28′)
DRAFT 2.36 (8′)
LENGTH 49.99 (164′)
BUILT 2008 / 2014
  • Bahamas
  • Caribbean - Virgin Islands - St. Martin - St. Barts
  • Florida and the Florida Keys
  • PRICE FROM $195,000 / Per Week

    41’ Bahamas Boatworks with triple 350 horsepower Mercury Verados engines including: - High Power Amplified sound system with 14 speakers and Bluetooth capability. -Equipped for fishing. -Side door boarding for snorkeling and beach trips. -Head and sink - Seakeeper Gyro Stabilizer
    21' Custom Brig-Inflatable Rib with single 200 horsepower Yamaha engine including: -Amplified sound system with Bluetooth capability. Also has a towing post for Skiing, Wakeboarding, pulling Banana and tubes.
    2 High performance Yamaha Waverunners
    2 SeaDoo Sparks wave runners
    JetLev boat with Jet Pack
    Extra Large Water Slide
    2 Paddleboards Stand Up Paddleboards Paddles SUP's
    2 SeaBobs
    Inflatable Stern Jet Ski Dock
    5-person Banana
    Multiple floating round tubes that can be pulled with tender
    Boogie Boards
    Water Skis
    Snorkel Gear
    Beach Set Up
    Free weights
    Yoga Mats
    Fitness ball

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    The 164 foot motor yacht AMARULA SUN represents one of the major challenges in yacht design – creating a look that is distinctive but not outlandish. Trinity yacht AMARULA SUN, a trideck superyacht, seems to have hit just the right balance. Her deckhouse side windows are nestled into two elongated ovals that diminish the visual mass of her full-beam superstructure, while her prominent bow and raised bulwarks give her forebody the look of a much larger megayacht.

    Peeking out over the bulwark (top) of luxury yacht charter vessel AMARULA SUN is a semicircle of glass panels, offering panoramic vistas from the full-beam, split-level master suite. The raised forward portion has a sleeping area with a king bed, literally a throne from which the mega yacht charter client can survey his surroundings. Adjoining areas on the lower level include his and her heads, a dressing/seating area, and an office.

    Waverunners are stowed on the foredeck of this Caribbean yacht charter vessel, concealed behind the bulwarks. For more ambitious waterborne fun, there’s a 41-foot tender, 1 21 foot custom RIB tender, and a personal submarine with davit in the transom garage.  The submarine is the ideal watertoy for exploring the shallow waters and blue grottoes during a Bahama yacht charter.

    Aft is the skylounge, with panoramic vistas to either side (thanks to the large windows in the aforementioned oval recesses) and to the stern, through curved sliding-glass panels that open onto an alfresco dining area protected by the bridge-deck overhang. The circular dining table is a hi-lo affair with a twist; it also expands or contracts in diameter, thanks to a clever mechanism that stows a set of leaves under the tabletop in the retracted position.

    This spectacular mega yacht was built by Trinity Yachts, one of the United States most honored builders of custom super yachts.  After spending the summer offering a Trinity yacht charter in the Bahamas, the vessel will cross the Atlantic Ocean and offer summer Mediterranean yacht charter holidays to Americans as well as European clients.

    The luxury charter yacht features interior design by Patrick Knowles Designs.  With five luxurious staterooms she can accommodate 10-12 guests on board.

    The main salon and dining room presents a light and airy atmosphere. Forward is the formal dining table with seating for ten passengers. Aft is a spacious living area with plenty of seating and a full entertainment system. The megayacht features hand-painted ceiling murals – adding to the overall the feeling of roominess.

    The interior decor is traditional and features raised paneling in American Cherry, Maple burl and ubinga with an understated hand-polished finish. The ondeck exterior furniture is elegantly done in teak and woven materials with a deep Java chocolate finish.

    The decks on board this yacht charter vessel are also vast and spacious with the sun deck offering huge sun pads, a swim up bar, and a Jacuzzi tub. There is also a grill, exercise equipment, and seating for 12 guests for meals. With a huge plasma TV on the sun deck, charter guests can enjoy a night of movies under the stars.

    The upper aft deck provides formal dining space for ten people, a plasma TV and ample, casual seating.

    Other features of this luxury charter yacht Zero Speed (at anchor) stabilizers, Xbox and Playstation, and independent satellite TV in all guest rooms.