If you think owners of multi-million dollar luxury yacht charter vessels are selfish and self-absorbed, this story might surprise you.
One of the largest yachts in charter, the nearly 200ft motor yacht SEAWOLF, just delivered humanitarian aid in Panama – validating the trend of luxury yacht owners getting involved with global aid efforts.
The 193 foot luxury mega yacht charter motor yacht SEAWOLF is the second of two large, high-profile superyachts bringing aid to the Islas Secas area of Panama. An expedition yacht charter vessel, M/Y SEAWOLF delivered supplies for underprivileged residents at Islas Secas on March 4, just two weeks after motor yacht LADY LOLA delivered aid to the same location in mid February.
The 62 meter Oceanco yacht LADY LOLA, well-known throughout the Caribbean yacht charter marketplace, was first to deliver school aid from Panama City to the Islas Secas area of western Panama in the Gulfo Chiriqui.
We would like to extend a hearty thank you to the captains, crews and owners of both yachts for acting as a catalyst to inspire others to do good things.
Perhaps such altruistic actions will help change the perception of the superyacht industry.
Motor yacht SEAWOLF accommodates up to 12 guests in 6 staterooms and rents for USD $180,000 per week. Motor yacht LADY LOLA sleeps 10 guests and is available for charter at a weekly rate of Euro €290,000. All running expenses, items such as food, fuel, bar and dockage, are extra. To reserve your own private luxury yacht, contact SailAway Yacht Charter Consultants at http://www.1800sailaway.com/contact_us.html
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