|PRICE FROM||$395,000 / Per Week|
Original 1972 restored 28’ Riva with 2 x 420 horsepower engines
25’ Chris Craft with 475 horsepower engine
16’ RIB inflatable emergency tender
1 Single Kayak
2 Double Kayaks
15 sets of snorkel gear
2 x 2-person Yamaha Waverunners
2 Stand Up Paddleboards (SUP's)
Deep Sea Fishing Equipment
Light Tackle Fishing Gear
2 Heavy Fishing/Tackle Rods
SCUBA DIVING IS RENDEZVOUS ONLY
2 gymnasiums with
42” flat screen TV
Individual satellite receiver
Ensuite head with shower and sink
Upon launching some yachts become instant classics, and Feadship yacht BLUE MOON certainly qualifies as a classic work of art. With exterior lines by De Voogt Naval Architects and elegant interiors designed by Donald Starkey, the 60 meter superyacht exudes class and sophistication. Her owner insisted that Blue Moon be built differently because of the technology of today, and she has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, which allow her more interior room and to more adventurously cruise in cold water destinations. Within months of her christening, motor yacht BLUE MOON was lauded by Showboats Magazine as the best full displacement yacht over 56 meters, as well as the “Star of the Show” at the annual Monaco Boat Show.
Yet, for all her stylistic attributes, what impresses most onboard motor yacht BLUE MOON is the commitment to the comfort of all guests, including those with physical disabilities. Wide companionways, spacious interiors, and most noticeably, a glass elevator make this Feadship yacht truly wheelchair accessible. Yes, other yachts feature elevators, but most only traverse from the main salon to the below deck cabins. This New England yacht charter vessel takes accessibility a step further – the large, luxurious lift transports guests to all four levels of the yacht. This flexibility allows physically challenged guests the opportunity to join others topside, for outdoor socializing and al fresco meals.
Speaking of outdoors – a recent refit has further enhanced the livability of the exterior decks. Additional tables, chairs, and awnings have been added. In fact some large tables have been replaced with slightly smaller tables to further improve access for wheelchair-bound guests. The Judi patio (named after the yacht owner) also has new side tables that can easily be removed to create more space when not in use. The Judi patio can be completely enclosed or remain wide open.
Once indoors, accessibility is complimented by accommodation flexibility. Along with a 1,200 square foot Main Suite incorporating an office and private gymnasium, there are an additional five guest staterooms. Uniquely, four of these guest staterooms can be merged to create two, large VIP suites, each with a sitting room and separate his and her bathroom. This flexibility results in the choice on the Guest Level of a five, four, or three stateroom layout, plus guest gymnasium.