The owner of a beautiful 3 meter sailing yacht is offering two specials to encourage summer charters in the Western Mediterranean.
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Discounts available for the remainder of the winter Caribbean yacht charter season. Two megayachts will forego regular a la carte charter pricing to offer all-inclusive rates.
Motor yacht GLAZE and sail yacht BLISS have each set a flat weekly rate for charters taking place in the warm waters of the Caribbean from now until the end of April, 2012.
Typically, megayachts charge a base rate for the actual rental of the yacht. They then charge extra for all running expenses. Running expenses are specifically, food, fuel, dockage, bar, etc.
The all-inclusive rates include many things. For instance, three meals per day, normal bar and table wines, and generator fuel. In additional, main engine fuel for an average of 3 hours of cruising per day, ship’s laundry, airport transit fees, and dockage fees for the first and last nights are included. Great savings!
Only special requests result in extra charges. For instance, vintage wines, champagnes, use of cellular phones, etc.
Launched in 2007, Trinity yacht GLAZE (ex motor yacht LADY MICHELLE) is 161 feet long and offers accommodations for 10 to 12 guests. Features include a panoramic sky lounge, vast sundeck with an enormous sun pad, Jacuzzi tub on deck, and a wet-bar and grill for dining al fresco.
At 121 feet, sail yacht BLISS features the comforts of a motoryacht and the spirit of a wind-powered sailboat. Built in 2009, this sailing megayacht offers flexible and luxurious accommodation in three ensuite cabins, two of which can be configured as doubles or twins. Four additional Pullman berths allow her to accommodate up to 10 guests in total, making her a perfect choice for families.
In conclusion, motoryacht GLAZE will offer an all-inclusive rate of $210,000 per week. while similarly , sailing yacht BLISS will be priced at $98,000 per week.
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The owner of sail yacht BLISS has announced an ALL-INCLUSIVE special offer on the 37 meter luxury yacht charter vessel.
The charter rate of $98,000 per week includes three meals per day, standard bar and table wines, generator fuel, main engine fuel for an average of 3 hours per day, ship’s laundry, airport transit fees, and berthing fees for the first and last nights.
Not included, and to be charged to the charterer, will be any requested vintage wines and champagnes, communications costs, marina fees (apart from first and last night), and any shore excursions.
With her clean lines and contemporary design, sloop sailboat BLISS is a harmonious blend of comfort, style, and speed – ideal for extended cruising. Her composite hull and performance rigging enable her to sail efficiently in most wind conditions, offering comfortable cruising at all times, plus more exhilarating performance when desired.
Her modern interior décor features custom paint finishes with textured leather and shagreen-wrapped (stingray skin) panels. Outdoor areas offer sunbathing, shaded cockpit dining and a convenient swimming platform.
BLISS offers flexible and luxurious accommodations in three ensuite cabins, two of which can be configured as doubles or twins. Four additional Pullman berths allow her to accommodate up to 10 guests in total, making her perfect for families or groups of friends.
Onboard amenities include:
Kaleidescape movie server with movies and music accessible in each stateroom and in the saloon
iPod docking stations in each stateroom
Satellite TV in each stateroom and the saloon
For active guests, sail yacht BLISS’s aquasport inventory includes:
Castoldi 16m diesel jet tender
2 stand-up paddle boards
Water-skis (adult & child)
2 single-seat kayaks
Kite surfing equipment (for experienced users only)
Spa pool on deck
Please note that the yacht is booked for: 29 Dec – 7 Jan 12 in St Maarten in the Caribbean
There’s an old saying in football – when your team is on offense, “take what the defense gives you.” In other words, make the most of the opportunities that come your way.
No one understands that mentality more than our head honcho – Jana Sheeder, President of 1-800 Yacht Charters.
Every President’s Day weekend, Jana rallies our team, and we invade the Miami Yacht Show, held in Miami Beach. This year’s show runs from February 15 – 19, 2018.
Known predominately as a “sales” show, few yacht charter brokers attend, preferring to wait until the charter-only show season in late Spring. What they don’t realize (and Jana does) is that many charter yachts are quietly listed for sale, and they attend shows like Miami before entering the charter season.
We use this opportunity to inspect yachts and interview crews privately – without our competitors trying to eavesdrop on our conversations. With fewer distractions and interruptions, we can spend more quality time with the crews – discussing our past charters, planning fresh itineraries and activities for guests, and always looking for ways to deliver a unique Superyacht Experience to our repeat clients.
Of course, having more time to see the yachts only matters if you can get to the yachts – a tall task when the superyachts are spread across Miami Beach in two locations – one in front of the classic hotels along Collins Avenue, and the other 4 miles to the south, at Jungle Island Deep Harbor Marina.
Anyone who has visited Miami Beach during the yacht show knows the roadways are snarled by heavy vehicle congestion. It can literally take an hour in traffic to travel just one mile along Collins Avenue, with drivers cruising slowly to gawk at and take photos of the hundreds of yachts docked just feet away from the roadway. Whether in a taxi, Uber, Lyft, or private car – it’s all the same: traffic, traffic, traffic…
Fortunately for us, Jana developed the ultimate solution to avoid gridlock – we zip around the marinas and pull up at the docks via boat! Professional, fun, and unique – wonder what she has up her sleeve for the future?
For this year’s show, we used a Jupiter 31 center console model (after our Van Dutch 55 had mechanical problems). [Side bar: The Van Dutch is a stylish cruiser, and some of our superyacht clients had flown in to inspect several luxury yacht charter vessels with us. We thought they would be bummed not to cruise “in style” on the Van Dutch 55. Turns out they had a blast with Jana – roaring around Biscayne Bay in the fast Jupiter, and cruising up the Miami River for a dockside late lunch and sunset at the Casablanca Seafood Restaurant. A special bonus was the sighting of a manatee and dolphins! The Miami Magic…]
Some of our most popular charter yachts (and crews) came to town, including:
We also took the opportunity to inspect some brand new yachts for sale. Why would we look at yachts not currently in charter? Many buyers in the market for a brand new yacht will often buy a yacht, then enter it into the charter marketplace. If this is done after the boat show season, there may not be an opportunity to inspect the yacht for many months. We prefer to promote charter yachts that we have inspected, and while that’s not always the case, taking the time to look at popular, newly-built models increases the odds that we will see a new charter yacht before our competitors do. We’re always looking for ways to stay a step ahead!
Our favorite new model at this year’s show is the NAVETTA 33, from the custom series of yachts built by Italy’s Ferretti Yachts.
Ferretti has already sold ten hulls since the model was launched in 2017. After inspecting this yacht, it is easy to see why. The Navetta 33 Ferretti features a voluminous interior flooded with natural light through floor-to-ceiling windows. We walked through with one of our clients who has designed contemporary interiors for luxury suites in NBA arenas – and she was just as impressed!
So there you have it – another great yacht show for 1-800 Yacht Charters. Jana took our team (and our clients) on some of the most popular luxury yacht charter vessels found anywhere in the world. We also saw newly built yachts, and we’re anxious to see them enter the charter market.
Most importantly, we had the opportunity to spend quality time with our clients and share with them another aspect of our dedication to Delivering The Superyacht Experience…
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