|Motoryacht Olga to Waive Fuel Fees|
|Written by Kim Kavin|
|Thursday, 17 March 2011 07:06|
Churchill Yacht Partners sends word today that the 121-foot Crescent motoryacht Olga is planning a repositioning trip. She's currently in the Southern Caribbean and needs to move north to the Virgin Islands.
The owner would like to have a charter aboard while the yacht is repositioning, so has decided to absorb all fuel fees, which normally would be the charter client's responsibility. That's in addition to offering the yacht at a weekly base rate of $65,000, which is a reduced price from the previously advertised $70,000.
Olga is a popular charter yacht that has been averaging six weeks of bookings each year (about three more than the industry average) throughout the global economic recession. Her captain, Bernard Calot, has been in command of the 2003 build for nearly five years now. He says that more than half of Olga's clients are repeat guests or referrals from previous guests, which means that Calot and his crew must be doing something quite right.
Also worth noting is that Olga offers onboard massages as part of the base charter rate, and that the owner's 61-foot Garlington sportfishing yacht Ambush is available for tandem charters with Olga at an additional $20,000 weekly base rate.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more about Olga or help you book a week aboard with free fuel as she repositions to the Virgin Islands.
Editor's Note: Churchill Yacht Partners is a sponsor of CharterWave, where this blog originates.
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