Built in 1985 as a 127-foot motoryacht, No Buoys (previously known as Sotaj) underwent an 18-month refit and hull extension at the Delta shipyard in 2007-09. The refit, according to multiple reports, cost at least $10 million. It included decor as well as engine-room work, and the installation of at-anchor stabilizers—which are great for charter guests who want to be comfortable when the yacht is at anchor.
The current owner has tricked out the yacht with water toys ahead of the Bahamas charter season. No Buoys now comes with a 35-foot tender, Seabobs, WaveRunners, standup paddleboards, snorkeling gear, tow toys and more.
No Buoys accommodates 12 guests in six staterooms. Her weekly base rate is $89,000.
Any reputable charter broker can help you get a free bonus night during a Bahamas yacht charter until the end of July.