More and more charter yachts are starting to advertise the fact that they intend to support the northern Caribbean islands however they can in the wake of Hurricane Irma. Last week, I posted about these yachts that have committed to the region for charters this winter. Now comes word that the owner of the 72-foot Serenity sailing catamaran Laysan is doing the same.
“The owners of the beautiful new sailing yacht Laysan are saddened by the destruction from the recent hurricanes and are sympathetic to brokers who are struggling to find replacement catamarans in the Caribbean,” according to an announcement from management company Nicholson Yachts. “Given recent events, flexibility on price, itinerary and repositioning fees is offered.”
Laysan is a new-for-2017 yacht that entered the charter market in April. She accommodates 10 guests in five staterooms and has references available from her debut charter season in the Mediterranean.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more or help you negotiate a deal for a Caribbean yacht charter aboard Laysan this winter.