The brand name Westport is well-known in crewed charter yacht circles. Quite a few of the builder’s 112- and 130-foot motoryachts are popular for charter, including Milk Money, Arioso, Trisara and Serengeti. It’s rare, though, to see a 164-foot Westport motoryacht marketed for charter. In fact, it’s quite possible that the 164-foot Westport Aquavita is the first ever in the world.
Northrop and Johnson is marketing the 2009 build, which just completed a major refit ahead of entering the charter fleet. She accommodates 12 guests in six staterooms and has 11 crew on board for a nearly 1-to-1 guest-crew ratio. A new 37-foot Intrepid tender was part of the recent refit, adding to Aquavita‘s water-sports toys including paddleboards, Wave Runners and more.
Right now, Aquavita is being offered in the Bahamas and Northern Caribbean, and she is expected to move down to the Grenadines in the Southern Caribbean later this summer. Her lowest weekly base rate is $275,000.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more or help you book a week on board.