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Our friends at Trip Advisor recently sent us an email. “Stunning images of 20 awe-inspiring places you must see.” Most importantly, their members select the locations.
Several of the spots were accessible by yacht. Additionally, they are easily accessed by land during a luxury yacht charter vacation.
The Pulpit Rock (“Preikestolen” in Norwegian) soars 604 meters over the Lysefjord. This flat mountain plateau was most likely carved and formed from melting ice over 10,000 years ago.
Her yacht charter rates start at $140,000 USD per week, plus expenses.
Founded in 1949, Plitvice is the largest national park in Croatia. Above all, it draws more than 1,200,000 visitors annually. The park situates in the mountainous area of central Croatia. The national park connects the Croatian inland with the Adriatic coastal region. Most importantly, this is a highly popular yachting destination. On the positive side, the interest in Croatia yacht charters continues to grow.
In view of, each summer, clients look for alternatives to the crowded anchorages and overpriced marinas in France and Italy.
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Readers ask for more information on superyacht Air – the largest Feadship offered for rent – so we deliver! In the past, we profiled the launch of motor yacht AIR, which prompted discussion.
Superyacht AIR surpassed all expectations during her sea trials and her owner is scheduled to take delivery in just under two weeks. Shortly after, she will depart Holland and head straight to Monte Carlo to undertake her July Mediterranean yacht charter booking commitments.
Joining a fleet of the largest yachts for hire, the gigayacht still has open charter dates in the months of August and September. At the conclusion of the summer season, the yacht will re-position across the Atlantic and join the St. Martin yacht charter fleet.
Feadship yacht AIR is helmed by co-captains Stephen Warren and Mark Finch and boasts a young and enthusiastic crew, including an excellent young British chef, new to the industry. They are all looking forward to a spectacular season.
The yacht features a sleek, elegant exterior with a unique matte black steel hull. The minimalist interior, created by Remi Tessier, is stunning. Amenities include an 8 meter-long pool located on the main deck forward, and a sun deck with full gym and Jacuzzi. Other features include an elevator to all decks, massage and steam rooms, and a fully-certified commercial helicopter pad (helipad).
BE THE FIRST to charter this beautiful new yacht this summer. The weekly rental rate is €750,000 plus expenses. Contact our office for photos and additional details at https://www.1800yachtcharters.com/book-now-contact-us/.
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Motor yacht SEALYON first launched in 2009 . Her name at the time was yacht CANDYSCAPE II. We remember saying, “This yacht has, ‘it.“ IT refers to that exceptional fusion of glamour, design, and quality. For instance, we are not alone in our praise of the Espen Øino-designed superyacht. She is built by Italy’s Viareggio Super Yachts. The yacht scored a 2010 World Superyacht Award as the Best Displacement Motor Yacht, 500GT-1,299GT.
Award-winning recognition followed in 2011 with a win at the International Yacht Awards. It was in the category of “Power Yachts over 60 metres.” She won for her outstanding interior design by Candy & Candy of London. With this in mind, one judge comments on her interior.
“An eclectic collection of detailed decoration using veneers, fabrics, leathers, metals and stones to create a truly unique floating wonder.”
Fast-forward to 2018. The 202 fot super yacht SEALYON is still as impressive as on day one. T. Debuse, charter manager for the owner comments.
“SEALYON is undoubtedly a yacht that has fulfilled its mission statement with the highest build quality and superbly comfortable, beautifully decorated and detailed interior.” DeBuse also thinks the yacht’s new video captures the splendor of the yacht. “They say a picture paints a 1000 words. The video of Sealyon paints a picture indeed!”
In conclusion, the 61.8 meter superyacht offer accommodations for up to 12 guests, and is available for France yacht charter vacations along the Côte d’Azur in the summer, and St. Barts yacht charter holidays in the Caribbean in the winter and spring. Rates start at €325,000 per week for low season dates.
For reservation requests, click HERE.
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The 164′ Benetti motoryacht CUOR DI LEONE giving a discount for Mediterranean yacht charter reservations confirmed by April 30, 2011.
Formerly named motor yacht LIONHEART, yacht CUOR DI LEONE is a fine example of Italian flair and elegance in design. Her interior styling is by Stefano Natucci and features the use of exceptional materials and highly original details. Vibrant honey-colored oak burl has been used for the yacht’s furniture and paneling, and the bathrooms display complimentary honey onyx marble.
The yacht also features a spacious sundeck, plus two large sunbathing areas with sun beds and mattresses both fore and aft, as well as an ondeck Jacuzzi, wet bar, two settees, and a dining table positioned in the shade of the yacht’s radar arch. She offers sweeping deck spaces, separated as either entertainment or relaxation areas.
Accommodations are provided in a full beam master suite with “his and hers” bathroom on the main deck. On the lower deck are four guest staterooms, all with ensuite bathrooms. A day room on the upper deck can be converted into an additional guest room.
Mega yacht CUOR DI LEONE has a state-of-the-art audio-visual entertainment system and carries an extensive list of water sports toys to ensure an enjoyable time aboard.
Her charter rates begin at €161,000 per week in May, June, and September, and €185,000 per week in July and August. All expenses are additional.
Mega yacht CUOR DI LEONE is ready to take you on the adventure of a lifetime! Are you ready? Take advantage of this or any of a number of summer discounts available. Contact a charter specialist HERE right now.
This superyacht is the ideal choice for your luxury Florida Yacht Charter vacation this year. She is a member of the Trinity Yacht fleet and is 48.90 meters (160 feet 5 inches) long.
Blind Date can comfortably accommodate up to twelve guests in its five luxurious cabins.
On motoryacht Blind Date, you will enjoy al fresco dining on the spacious upper deck, as well as wrap around seating if you want to chill out in front of the large outdoor flat screen TV. So if you wish to rent a private yacht to Florida this summer, charter the Blind Date and make it a vacation to remember.
Captain Andreadis Prodromos has prepared a sample itinerary for this special cruise:
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Funny enough, yes, yacht charters typically cast a spell on guests. They choose yachting as their favorite vacation. In addition, they repeat the vacation often!
As far as spelling? There are many uncommon terms used in the yacht charter industry. For instance, purser, bosun, and lazarette. But why do I need to spell them?
Yacht charter guests do not need to spell boating terms. Have your charter broker and your attorney handle and explain any contractual details and paperwork. It is your job to simply enjoy your vacation.
We understand. Many yacht charter guests simply desire education (as do we). Besides, some charter clients end up as superyacht owners. Subsequently, The Superyacht Experience™ is important to them from all aspects, including spelling.
Some items are spelled uniquely in different languages. For instance, salon vs saloon. Does it matter when chartering a yacht? No, not at all. If you are on a yacht, and your crew mentions a term you haven’t heard, simply ask for an explanation.
There is an oft-used term in yachting that relates to criminal incarceration. Yikes. Most brokerages continue to use the term, as it is most recognized and used in the industry. That term is “al fresco.” In yacht charter, it refers to any outside space. For example, al fresco (or alfresco) dining commonly refers to outdoor dining.
The actual definition of al fresco in Italian means, “in prison.” Over the years, the term has gained popularity in use for outdoor yachting areas or activities, so it is not frowned upon in the superyacht industry. Alas, times change. In addition, the millennial generation and Urban Dictionary for the term, al fresco, now mean to go without undergarments or to “go commando.”
That is up to you. If spelling and terminology haunt you or give you pause, then maybe yes. If you simply want to enjoy The Superyacht Experience™ and the wonderful magical spell that yachting creates, then it doesn’t matter what things are called — or how they are spelled! As the saying goes, “just don’t call me late for dinner!”
In conclusion, book a sail or motor yacht for your own private luxury yacht charter vacation today. Contact your yacht charter brokers at 1-800 Yacht Charters at 305-720-7245. If you prefer, complete our online inquiry form at https://www.1800yachtcharters.com/book-now/ .
We will be in touch with you right away to plan The Superyacht Experience™ for you!
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When it comes to naming a superyacht, the sources of inspiration seem limitless.
Many owners select the name of their spouse, or their children. Others opt for themes, such as romance and affection. Of course, movie-themed names remain popular as well (e.g. John and Jeanette Staluppi and their James Bond yacht selection including DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER, CASINO ROYALE and Benetti yacht SPECTRE, Project FB269.
For the multi-yacht owner of the 83 meter Amels motor yacht HERE COMES THE SUN, the inspiration is musical, and somewhat obvious to most Baby Boomers – songs by The Beatles.
His last two yachts were the 47 meter Heesen yacht LET IT BE and the 65 meter Amels Limited Editions 212 yacht IMAGINE (now renamed re-named INFINITE SHADES).
In a way, the name seems entirely appropriate – this yacht is nothing short of a behemoth, and does seem to be the size of the sun when silhouetted against the evening skyline. The new flagship of the fabled Dutch yard and the first Amels Limited Editions 272, the yacht comes in at 2827 gross tons, more than the 95 meter Lurssen yacht KISMET (2700GT).
Would you like a closer look at the Andre Winch-designed interiors, and Tim Heywood exteriors or superyacht HERE COMES THE SUN? Click https://youtu.be/yY2NS9-b6sU to enjoy our short video production of one of the most spectacular luxury yacht charter vessels available…
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