|Transatlantic Yacht Charter Opportunity|
|Written by Kim Kavin|
|Wednesday, 30 March 2011 00:00|
The 62-foot sailing yacht Anahita is offering a pair of unusual, transatlantic charter opportunities for just two guests apiece at the end of April.
The first option is to board Anahita in the Northern Caribbean or Virgin Islands, with embarkation choices of St. Thomas, Sint Maarten, or Antigua. Guests will then sail aboard Anahita across the Atlantic Ocean to Gibraltar with a three-day stop in the Azores. This experience is expected to take 30 days total, and the cost is $5,000 per guest, which includes everything except liquor. Food will be served aboard the yacht while she is at sea, of course, but during the three days in Gibraltar, only breakfast will be served aboard (you'll want to get into town and stretch your legs by then, for sure!).
Then, at the end of May, Anahita's second opportunity for two guests becomes available. The yacht will sail from Gibraltar to Montenegro with no stops in between. This 11-day experience is being offered at a rate of $3,000 per guest, again including all meals but not liquor.
Anahita is a 1991 Dynamique designed by noted naval architect Philippe Briand. She was refit in 2009 and will be undergoing maintenance in Trinidad just before the first leg of her upcoming transatlantic journey.
Editor's Note: Nicholson Yachts is a sponsor of CharterWave, where this blog originates.
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