Just to say we had a fabulous, wonderful, brilliant time on motoryacht NATORI.
The luxury mega yacht charter boat was lovely, the crew fabulous, food tooooo yummy, and once again, we had a perfect family holiday.
Overall impressions were – FIRST CLASS.
Professionalism of officers, deck crew, stewardess, chef – first, first class
Food quality and presentation – first class
Entertainment – first class
Watersports – first class
Only thing to single out once again was how completely wonderful the crew were. Absolutely brilliant. One really great touch was that during the charter, the crew took photos too and the First Officer spent hours putting them together onto a CD with music as a momento. Really, really special touch!
Itinerary and places we visited were faberoony…even the stinky mud bath on the volcano.
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There’s an old joke that goes something like this: “Where does a 200 ton elephant sit?”
The answer of course is, “Anywhere he wants!”
Unlike the mighty elephant, superyachts aren’t as lucky. Their massive size is certainly impressive, but when it comes to sufficient space to dock, their just aren’t enough marinas with enough room to berth the world’s largest yachts. Owners onboard large luxury yacht charter vessels often are forced to anchor at sea and use tenders to come and go ashore.
Thus the news of a megayacht berth for sale along the French Riviera is certain to draw the attention of yachtsman tired of the ordeal of tendering ashore.
A rare 50 meter berth has just been listed for longterm lease in Cap d’Ail. Cap d’Ail is perfectly positioned on the Cote d’Azur, and serves as a gateway to Monte Carlo, just a short drive or cruise from Nice, France and northern Italy.
With large yacht berths rapidly becoming a rare find, this slip will surely sell quickly. The berth measures 50 x 10 meters, and comes with fenders (is there anything worse than a scratched paint job on a fancy yacht?). The berth’s lease expires December 31, 2027.
The asking price of berth number 6 is € 4,500,000.
Sounds like a steal!
Rent your own floating resort – contact the SailAway and 1-800 Yacht Charters yachting specialists at https://www.1800yachtcharters.com/book-now-contact-us/ for a complete list of the world’s newest yachts for hire.
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