Ocean Independence says the 114-foot Arcadia motoryacht Jurata has a 10-day gap in her calendar during the Mediterranean high season this summer. She’s open for an Italy yacht charter July 17-27, between Sardinia and Sicily.
Jurata is a 2014 build (not to be confused with the 2007 Riva motoryacht by the same name). She holds a RINA award for ecology, has zero-speed stabilizers and makes extensive use of solar power to help reduce consumption of fossil fuels.
Ten guests are accommodated in five staterooms. The master is full-beam, there are two doubles and there are two twins, making Jurata a good choice for families on charter with children. (One of the twin staterooms can convert to a double.) Onboard entertainment systems include iPod docking stations and a Kaleidescape digital server with Crestron controls.
The lowest weekly base rate is €95,000 to charter Jurata this summer. Any reputable charter broker can tell you more or help you book a week on board.