CharterWorld says the 97-foot Horizon motoryacht Annabel II is based all summer in Croatia and is “one of the highest quality yachts of this size based in Montengro. She’s comfortable with an excellent, flexible cabin configuration so is ideal for couples who’d all like double beds or families with children. She also has an excellent crew from New Zealand. They’ve been based in the region for three years now, so the captain knows the area very well and the chef receives rave reviews.”
Churchill Yacht Partners tells us the 154-foot Perini Navi sailing yacht Andromeda la Dea is available this summer in both Turkey and Croatia.
Charter broker Diana Brody at Camper & Nicholsons International says the 168-foot Oceanco motoryacht Lazy Z has tons of water toys and has been cruising in Croatia for the past three summers, so the crew have extensive local knowledge of the region.
Yachting Partners International has two recommendations this week. First is for the 163-foot ISA motoryacht Liberty, which is available this summer in both Greece and Turkey.
Second this week from Yachting Partners International is the 123-foot Bilgin motoryacht RL Noor, which has charter availability this summer in Croatia.
Arkin Pruva recommends the Turkish-built, 139-foot luxury gulet Daima, which made a stellar showing at the recent MYBA Charter Show in Italy.
Ocean Independence says the 118-foot Mengi Yay sailing yacht Merlin is available throughout the East Mediterranean this summer.
Fraser Yachts Worldwide tells us that the 131-foot Hakvoort motoryacht Solaia still has charter availability this summer in Croatia.
Also this week from Fraser Yachts Worldwide comes word that the 181-foot Proteksan-Turquoise motoryacht Turquoise has East Mediterranean availability this summer.
Last but not least this week is a report from charter broker Robin O’Brien of Fraser Yachts Worldwide about her favorite charter yachts from the recent industry-only boat show in Poros, Greece, where the new 147-foot Tecnomar motoryacht Ouranos stole the show.