The sporty 45.7m Palmer Johnson superyacht STEALTH is available with a 10% discount on remaining dates for 2022 in the Bahamas, a great option to escape the incoming winter chill. Launched in 2010 and refitted in 2021, her interior style is by Nuvolari Lenard, while the naval architecture was completed in-house. Ten charter guests are accommodated over 5 cabins.
Her interior décor is elegant throughout, featuring light wood tones, neutral fabrics, and beautiful fixtures and fittings. The main salon is laid to an open plan, with a cocktail bar aft, lounge central, and formal dining forward. In addition, the master stateroom is on this level, and the full beam of the yacht. Further accommodation is below decks in 2 double and 2 twin suites.
M/Y STEALTH offers excellent outdoor living, ideally suited to the Bahamian weather. Her aft deck has shade, alfresco dining, ample seating, and summing options, this area leads effortlessly into the salon, down to the extended swim platform and also the bow, where a well-appointed relaxing outdoor lounge is built in, including a large sun bed. Above, there is a flybridge deck complete with comfortable seating space, sun pads, and a deluxe jacuzzi.
Excellent interior and exterior living
Sporty hull design
Assortment of water toys
Extensive refit in 2021
Full beam master suite
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Have an indulgent Bahamas and Caribbean luxury yacht charter aboard the newly refitted superyacht BACCHUS
Luxury yacht BACCHUS (ex.AQUA VITA, SHEHERAZADE) is newly refitted and lives up to her namesake with a whole host of water toys and amenities for an extravagant Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year charter in the Bahamas and Caribbean.
Built by Westport, this 50m/164.1ft superyacht sports a refined exterior in white and rich interiors in dark gloss wood, cream and navy blue. The result is an environment ready to impress for multi-generational family gatherings as well as everyday living. The large main salon and skylounge are joined by equally ample guest accommodation, and the outdoor areas boast an abundance of sunbathing spaces, a sundeck Jacuzzi and plenty of alfresco dining and lounging locations with optional shade.
The Bahamas has an impressive selection of white sand beaches scattered through the Exumas and Long Island, while Harbour Island adjacent Eleuthera is best known for its pink sand beach. Nearby Great Abaco offers a active outdoors types plenty to do on land and over the water, most notably the coral reef and seagrass meadows in the Fowl Cays National Park.
See in the New Year at lively Caribbean destinations such as the waterfront clubs and bars in the US Virgin Islands and British Virgin Islands. Head to the less tourist-developed islands for more traditional and local celebrations ending with the majestic natural beauty at Guadeloupe, the southernmost Leeward Island.
The large selection of water toys will give you plenty of options on how to spend your days, so you can leave civilisation behind and connect with nature and loved ones. The collection has:
3 x jet skis
2 x Seabobs
2 x kayaks
2 x paddleboards
Scuba diving equipment, and
inflatable and towable toys
In addition to the above, there is an Aquabana swim platform with a sunken pool, loungers, water polo net and special docking stations for the jet skis and seabobs.
Beach toys, a barbeque and gazebo are ready and waiting for your forays ashore, and while on the move a Peloton bike, yoga mats and weights will give you plenty of exercise.
M/Y BACCHUS is not an idler when it comes to engine power: A top speed of 20 knots will take you between the islands in no time at all, and a maximum cruising range of 4,000 nautical miles is more than enough for reaching the most isolated corners of paradise.
There is room on board for up to 16 guests while cruising, and overnight the accommodation sleeps a total of 12 guests over 6 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite complete with private lounge and office on the main deck forward, a bridge deck VIP stateroom with private balcony, 2 VIP staterooms on the lower deck, 1 twin cabin convertible to a double and 1 bunk cabin.
The enthusiastic and talented crew of 11 will keep your glasses filled and your itinerary on schedule throughout your incredible winter cruise.
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The refined interiors balance a playful atmosphere in the artwork with the opulence you would expect from a yacht that’s serious about entertaining: Cutting-edge entertainment systems, wet bars on both decks and quality furnishings to unwind as you watch the scenery of one spectacular anchorage be replaced by another.
Revel in the warmth and sunshine from the sunbeds on the foredeck or flybridge aft. After hiking and biking across the verdant island trails on St. Lucia and the US Virgin Islands, relax tired muscles in the Jacuzzi while your crew takes care of travel, drinks and meals. Dine alfresco in destinations such as the pink sand beach at Harbour Island, the white shores of Long Island or the Bight of Acklins.
The selection of brand-new water toys includes two Waverunner jet skis and two Seabobs for heart-stopping action and exploring above and below the water with ease.
There is room on board for up to 12 guests for dockside events, and overnight the accommodation sleeps up to 10 guests in 5 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite situated on the main deck, and on the lower deck 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins convertible to doubles. Throughout the cruise, the talented crew of 8 will take care of every detail.
Make your escape to the Caribbean and Bahamas charter grounds this winter and satisfy your senses with the abundance of activities on offer.
Winter luxury yacht charters are a chance to change your scenery, leave short dark days behind you and make worthwhile memories with loved ones.
Take a rest from feeding the family and let your expert crew provide first-class service while you wallow in the Jacuzzi or go off exploring the peaks of the Pitons on St. Lucia in the Caribbean. Delve into a crystal-clear sea and discover a magical, mesmerising world before you resurface for a sundown dinner on a golden sand beach.
If you need some location inspiration for your own escape, here are three regions with proven popularity for culture seekers, social butterflies and nature lovers alike.
This long-favoured luxury destination is a place to indulge all your senses, with restaurants to compete with the quality of your professional on-board chef, spa and wellness centres, boutique shopping and – best of all – quiet, sun-drenched beaches without any other groups in sight. Go snorkelling with rays in Hanifaru Bay and encounter turtles, nurse sharks and other iconic marine species as you visit one reef after another. Spend the afternoon bonefishing for your dinner, then settle onto the sunbeds to watch the vibrant sunset give way to a canopy of stars.
Beautiful Seychelles is the world’s oldest granite island archipelago, its seashore boulders washed and worn into characteristic shapes that add unique features to the otherwise gently inclining white sands and shallow turquoise waters. On your cruise, see the Aldabra giant tortoises on the protected island of Curieuse, botanical marvels like the coco de mer within Vallée de Mai, and go snorkelling and Scuba diving among thriving reefs for a Christmas Day without compare.
Australia & the South Pacific
The difference in charter grounds around Australia is striking, from the Great Barrier Reef and Whitsundays, the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast around Brisbane, the cosmopolitan wonders of Sydney to the cooler climes of Tasmania. In Western Australia, the Kimberley Region has stunning colours and quiet island beaches to make your own for the day, or you can become entranced with the majesty of another World Heritage Site: Ningaloo Reef.
The South Pacific is a place of many identities, cuisines and cultures ready to welcome you over the southern hemisphere summer. Even though the unique biodiversity of Australia and renowned World Heritage Sites will capture your attention, its neighbours have their own treasures for you to discover.
New Zealand has some magnificent cruising grounds, including the snorkelling and Scuba diving paradise that is the Poor Knight’s Islands, and plenty of golden sand beaches cover the coast north and east of Auckland, a hub for the arts as well as shopping, spa and wellness options, and nightlife.
Volcanic Vanuatu is an ideal destination for water sports, particularly Scuba diving due to the warm water and excellent visibility. Complete beginners and experienced divers alike are treated to colourful surroundings around reefs, wrecks, caves and swim-through channels.
De-stress and go on a meditative retreat into the distant, undeveloped islands of French Polynesia. Anchor in tranquil bays and spend days strolling along the sands, dipping into the water and exploring the island trails. In town, visit the local markets for handicrafts and locally farmed pearls, and taste regional treats for a festive feast unique to your holiday.
The myriad Caribbean islands offer a fantastic variety for charters of a week or more: The US Virgin Islands and the British Virgin Islands are some of the most popular for having an excellent balance between shopping and fine dining, and natural attractions above and below the sea.
On Saint Martin/Sint Maarten, there is the choice of the more developed Dutch side for shopping, casinos and vibrant nightlife, while the French side is more relaxed and natural in its surroundings. Anguilla is a short hop to the north for beautiful reef and wreck dive sites and white sand beaches for meals, games or simply taking in the moment. Nearby Saint Barthelemy is a return to civilisation and all of life’s little luxuries, with boutique shops and fine dining along the waterfront. The island is most famous for the Saint Barths Bucket regatta in late winter/early spring; however, the Christmas and New Year celebrations are a great way to mark these occasions in a jolly company.
Whereas the Caribbean has a packed winter calendar to keep you occupied, the Bahamas Out Islands is all about letting go. Leave behind bustling New Providence and Grand Bahama for the sportfishing centre of Great Abaco, the pink sand beach on Harbour Island, and one little tropical paradise after another in the Exumas. Snorkel and Scuba dive with turtles, reef sharks and rays, or kayak or paddleboard around reefs and lagoons to watch schools of fish casually glide by.
If you want pink sand beaches and a vibrant turquoise blue sea, a close community and few distractions from the natural world, then Bermuda is calling out to you. Depending on when you visit, you might be swimming with whales, dolphins or turtles in the warm shallows. The islands create a natural barrier for a calm interior harbour ideal for snorkelling and other water sports, while the best pink and white sand beaches are along the outer southern edge. Beyond such renowned attractions, there is Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve, quaint towns, old forts and lighthouses, and impressive underground caves. Between outdoor activities and local landmarks, treat yourself and your loved ones at cafes, craft shops and museums within the converted Royal Naval Dockyard.
Start planning now to turn your usual Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year celebrations into long-lasting memories on a luxury yacht charter over the winter season.
Treat your family and friends to a Bahamian or Caribbean Christmas they will remember for a lifetime aboard the 60m superyacht DREAM, now offering the holiday at 8 days for the price of 7! Launched by Abeking & Rasmussen in 2001, she underwent a refit in 2017 which resulted in award-winning accolades! The naval architecture was completed in-house, while the interiors are by Bannenberg & Rowell. Twelve charter guests are accommodated in 7 spacious suites.
Her interior décor is elegant, warm and inviting. She has a generous main salon with seating situated aft, followed by a formal dining area placed forward. In addition, the main level offers a private yoga/massage room, master stateroom office, and full beam master suite. On the upper deck, there is a sky lounge perfect for entertaining, boasting ample seating, a game table and fantastic audio and visual facilities. Her upper deck also features the VIP suite and a twin cabin. On the lower level, there are 2 double and 2 twin cabins, which can convert to king suites if required, a great option for different group configurations.
M/Y DREAM has excellent outdoor living, over 3 decks, with plenty on offer for relaxing and entertaining. The main deck aft is shaded and features a lovely sitting area. Her upper aft bridge deck offers partial shade, alfresco dining and further seating. Her sundeck is well-appointed for the tropical climates, complete with seating, sunning, entertaining and a relaxing jacuzzi.
Excellent interior layout
Great entertainment systems
Water toys galore
From Australian yacht designer, Scott Blee of SABDES Yacht Design comes to the 75m/246ft luxury yacht concept TRIBUTO.
The taut lines of the exterior styling are inspired by Italian Gran Turismo sports cars and include unique features such as the grille on the plumb bow, a long low foredeck and double arches in her sheerline.
The interior General Arrangement was created in collaboration with UK yacht design company ThirtyC and incorporates up to nine guest en-suite staterooms to sleep a total of 18 guests across three out of five decks. The upper deck is entirely dedicated to the Owner, with a private apartment complete with an office/study and lounge/media room in addition to a larger lounge behind. A third salon can be found on the bridge deck, leading outside to a Jacuzzi and social area aft. A 7x4m (23x13ft) swimming pool is situated on the upper deck forward, and the lower deck hosts a beach club with a wellness area.
M/Y TRIBUTO is designed with a steel fast displacement hull and an aluminium superstructure. Hybrid propulsion will grant her efficiency and sustainability, a target top speed of 22 knots and an extensive cruising range of 6,000 nautical miles.
SABDES Yacht Design is currently in talks with a renowned shipyard to take superyacht TRIBUTO from concept to reality, further developing the build spec, pricing and delivery schedule.
Sail through the stunning Eastern Mediterranean charter grounds aboard stylish luxury yacht QUEEN MAKRI
Built in 2021, superyacht QUEEN OF MAKRI boasts a deck Jacuzzi, contemporary interiors and entertainment systems, plus well-proportioned living spaces inside and out while retaining the charm that makes cruising on a sailing yacht such a rewarding experience.
Although the weather is decidedly cooler along the Turkish Riviera over the winter months, it is a great time for outdoor activities and the sea is even warmer than on land, averaging around 18°C/64°F in December.
Spend the days out in the warm sunshine, dining alfresco on the main deck or sundeck, sunbathing on the foredeck or relaxing in the Jacuzzi while admiring the coastal beauty around the Lycian Way. Visit the Temple of Artemis and the Ancient City of Euphesus, take your time wandering amongst cultural treasures new and old in Bodrum, and shop at the Grand Bazaar after snorkelling with dolphins and turtles at Marmaris. Head farther east still to discover the Sunken City of Kekova and many quiet beaches for barbeques and sunset drinks.
The selection of water toys has something for all ages and interests, with many towables to satisfy adrenaline seekers with a need for speed. The collection includes:
a jet ski
snorkelling equipment, and
Inflatable and towable toys
The accommodation sleeps a total of 12 guests over 6 en-suite cabins: 2 Master suites, 3 double cabins and 1 twin cabin. While you spend days exploring the wonders of the Turquoise Coast, your talented crew of 6 will have everything ready and waiting for your return.
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nd outfitting will be completed as well as the topcoat paint application.
The transfer operation took place on the 6th of October using a floating dock with a 2,500-ton lifting capacity.
M/Y PROJECT TORO has a sleek exterior appearance from Ben Harrison of Harrison Eidsgaard Design and will be the shipyard’s largest luxury yacht since the 77m/252.7ft motor yacht GO. PROJECT TORO is described by the designer as having ‘a neo-classical exterior’ that has ‘hints of a funnel rising from the main deck to sundeck’. The interiors have a tranquil colour scheme, and a sizeable Neptune lounge is one of the highlights of the design.
Turquoise Yachts currently has six projects under construction, including the 87m/285ft VENTO and the 76m/249ft ARROW. The launch of the 53m/174ft luxury yacht JEWELS is a few weeks away, and superyacht PROJECT TORO is due for launch in 2023.
Recently refitted open charter yacht OXYGEN 8 is available in Greece. Built by Ferretti, this stylish 24m/78.8ft open yacht has a choice of outdoor areas to unwind over drinks or a sumptuous meal prepared by your talented onboard chef. Rest on the foredeck sunbeds, or take in the views from the flybridge, where you can choose sunshine or shade.
The interiors are styled by the industry-famous Zuccon International Project, combining timeless minimalist style with modern-day comfort while lounging, entertaining and dining with family and friends.
The warm and welcoming Eastern Mediterranean is a place to escape drab winter days and recharge mind, body and spirit among islands made into myths and legends. Walk the golden sand beaches in the Ionian Islands, visit the cultural attractions of the Cyclades, and be sure to dip below the surface to witness the natural wonders among wrecks and relics.
There is a great collection of water toys on board to enhance your coastal adventures, and the collection includes:
1x Jet ski SeaDoo
2x Stand-up paddleboards
1x Lift efoil
1x Canoe kayak
water skis (adult and child sets)
snorkelling equipment, and
inflatable and towable toys
There is room on board for up to 12 guests while cruising, and overnight the accommodation sleeps a total of10 guests in 4 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 1 VIP stateroom and 2 twin cabins that both have a Pullman berth suitable for a child. Throughout the cruise, the professional crew of 4 will take care of all the details.