The 203 foot motor yacht ICON has announced. In specific, she plans to position for the winter and spring in the Caribbean.
A 2010 build, motor yacht ICON accomodates 12 guests in 6 staterooms. Further, she features a crew compliment of 16.
BEACH CLUB AND MORE
Designed for extensive world cruising, she is a high-volume megayacht yet appears sleek and elegant, with a contemporary design throughout. The yacht offers luxurious accommodations. In addition, she has an amazing “beach club” deck area with an adjacent fitness room. Access these directly from the lower guests cabins.
GREAT CARIBBEAN YACHT CHARTER BOAT
Huge decks spaces, state of the art entertainment systems and an exceptional crew make this a first class Caribbean yacht charter option.
Caribbean winter rates for all weeks, December through April are listed at $475,000 per week, plus running expenses.
OTHER CARIBBEAN YACHTS FOR HIRE
Other yachts for hire this winter and spring in the Caribbean and Bahamas include 191ft motor yacht CARPE DIEM, 183ft sail yacht FIDELIS, and 180ft motor yacht HARBOUR ISLAND.
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