|Save $3,000 on Bahamas, Virgin Islands Yacht Charter|
|Written by Kim Kavin|
|Tuesday, 23 October 2012 08:35|
Ocean Independence sends word that the owner of the 80-foot Wim van der Valk motoryacht Paradise is eager to reposition the yacht to either the Virgin Islands or the Bahamas. In order to entice charter bookings in one or both locations, there is a temporary reduction in the weekly base rate from $30,000 to $27,000, for charter dates through January.
Paradise is a 2010 build that accommodates six guests in three staterooms. She is the largest build to date from Wim van der Valk Continental Yachts, a Dutch company that has been in business since 1968. The Continental line emerged in 2000 and, while not often seen on the charter market, is indeed out there on the water if you look, with more than 100 hulls launched to date.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more about Paradise or help you book a week onboard at the newly announced discount rate.
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