A 111-foot sailing yacht has announced a summer special for charters in the Western Mediterranean confirmed prior to June 15.
Book a Italy yacht charter this summer aboard JOM sail yachtANNAGINEandsave as much as €10,000.
All bookings complete by June 15. Charter dates can be anytime this summer.
If your charter dates are in low season (June or September), you’ll pay just €29,000 per week for six to eight guests (regular rate is €39,000 per week). High season (July and August) rates are from €43,000 per week to €33,000 per week.
Designed by Dykstra & Partners Naval Architects and built in 2010 by JOM in Holland, the 33.90 meter sail yacht ANNAGINE is designed and built for comfortable high performance cruising and fully-equipped to the latest standards for a memorable luxury sailing charter.
Based in Sardinia, the classic-styled sailing yacht ANNAGINE is available for seasonal racing regattas as well as traditional cruising charters in Italian waters.
UPDATE! Sailing yacht SALPERTON IV is now named PALMIRA. She was fully refit in 2017.
Built by Fitzroy Yachts, the sailing superyacht Salperton IV has recently been launched. At 45 meters in length sailing yacht Salperton IV is the latest superyacht to be built by Fitzroy Yachts of New Zealand, being one meter longer than Salperton III at 44 meters.
Fingers are crossed that the Mediterranean yacht charter fleet will soon welcome yacht Salperton IV to the family. Earlier incarnations of Salperton have spent years delivering mega yacht charter holidays to customers around the world. Two of the earlier vessels are still available for sail boat charters under the current names of Northern Spirit (37 meters) and Drumbeat (53 meters).
Sail boat charters are extremely popular in the Caribbean, and all eyes are upon this latest incarnation. The superyacht cost an estimated $30 million. She is 215 tons, took two years to build, and is the eighth megayacht that Fitzroy has built in the past 12 years.
Accommodations include four en suite state rooms and three crew cabins. For extra luxury, she also has a gym and a spa pool.
260,000 hours have gone into the construction of the (hopefully soon-to-be) luxury sailing charter vessel. She is fully air-conditioned, has her own sewage treatment station, can make 15 tons of water per day, carries 30 tons of fuel, and has a 850-horsepower Cat engine, in case there is no wind.
It is the second yacht the company has built for British owner, Barry Houghton. The earlier Salperton III was launched in 2007, the company’s 10th anniversary, and won two international awards the next year. The design concept for number IV was for a yacht which sails and performs even better than number III.
As with number III, Adam Lay Studio came back to create the yacht’s interior design work.
It has been reported that the yacht departed New Zealand today, with her owner onboard, for a three month Pacific cruise. The sailing yacht will then cruise the Caribbean, before heading up in the Mediterranean in the summer of 2010.
The winners of the 2012 ShowBoats Design Awards ammouncements are here. A “ragbag” knocked out a slew of luxury “stinkpots” to score the top award.
The gala at the Monaco Opera House welcomed winners. Alloy Yachts’ 67.2 meter sail yacht VERTIGO was declared the evening’s big winner. This was in front of a VIP audience. For instance, megayacht owners and the industry’s leading designers and naval architects.
Designers Philippe Briand and Christian Liaigre took home three Neptune Awards for multiple items. For instance, Exterior Design & Styling, Interior Layout and Best Recreational Space for Guest Use.
ABOUT THE YACHT
Built in New Zealand, and launched in 2011, yacht VERTIGO, at 837GRT, is the largest luxury sailing charter vessel to be built in the Southern Hemisphere. It took 29 months to design and build the 5-stateroom cruiser.
Weekly rental rates begin at € 200,000, plus expenses.
OTHER ALLOY SAILING YACHTS
Other charter sailboats similar to sailing yacht VERTIGO and built by Alloy include
The ShowBoats Design Awards, now in their third year, denote a symbol of distinction. The the yachting industry’s designers approve. Twenty-one “Neptunes” awarded to the winners during the evening. Event sponsors include Boat International Media, Lürssen, Benetti, Feadship, and Trinity.