There’s been a flurry of activity at charter agencies the past week or two, with numerous charter yachts joining various fleets in multiple destinations.
First is Ocean Independence, which has welcomed the 195-foot Baglietto motoryacht Vicky and the 107-foot Ocea motoryacht Persuader to the charter fleet. Vicky is based in Monaco (and has availability for the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix), while Persuader will be in the West Mediterranean for summer 2018, following a refit that is underway now.
Next is Northrop and Johnson, which just welcomed the 131-foot custom dive yacht Gaia Love to the charter fleet, as well as the 154-foot schooner sailing yacht Tiare, both in Indonesia. Gaia Love can accommodate 22 guests in 11 staterooms, while Tiare takes 12 to 14 guests in six staterooms.
Fraser, meanwhile, has welcomed the 127-foot Cantieri di Pisa motoryacht Gladius to the charter fleet. She had a refit in 2016-17, and will alternate winter and summer seasons between the Caribbean and Mediterranean.
Cantieri di Pisa Charter Yacht Gladius
In Greece, Athens Yachts has welcomed the 164-foot Benetti motoryacht Alexandra to the charter fleet. She’s a 2002 build that was refitted in 2014, and that accommodates 12 guests in seven staterooms.
Benetti Charter Yacht Alexandra
And last but not least, Blue Latitude Yachting has welcomed the Sunreef Supreme 68 Power Mayrilou, a catamaran, to the charter fleet. She will alternate summer and winter seasons between the Mediterranean and Caribbean, taking 10 guests. She’s currently open for the 2018 Cannes Film Festival.
Sunreef Charter Yacht Mayrilou
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more about any of these charter yachts or help you book a week on board.