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  • Feadship charter yacht Teleost

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    3 Yacht Charter Deals in the Caribbean, BVI and Florida

    If you’re looking for a good deal on warm-weather yacht charter right now, then you’re in luck: Three more charter yachts have just announced incentive rates. First is the 106-foot Lazzara motoryacht Gale Winds, which has dropped her weekly base rate from $49,000 to $45,500. Churchill Yacht Partners is offering Gale Winds in Florida and […]

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  • ISA charter yacht Sealyon 37

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    9 Charter Yacht Deals Available Right Now

    Charter yacht owners from the Bahamas to the Mediterranean are looking to get a few more bookings on their calendars before the winter season begins to wind down, and as the summer season starts to heat up—so they’re offering incentive rates and bonus days galore. Churchill Yacht Partners tells us the 116-foot Holland Jachtbouw sailing yacht Whisper […]

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  • Leopard charter yacht Tutto Le Marrane

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    Yacht Charter with an Onboard Disco

    Crewed yacht charter can take many forms. Some charter yachts offer sundeck hot tubs, water sports and onboard cinema rooms for the whole family. Other charter yachts offer souped-up tenders for serious fishing and scuba enthusiasts. Still other charter yachts offer performance-grade sailing experiences, sometimes in America’s Cup style. The 152-foot Leopard motoryacht Tutto Le Marrane offers […]

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  • Trinity charter yacht Zoom, Zoom, Zoom

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    Save $20,000 on Bahamas Yacht Charter

    Northrop and Johnson sends word that the 161-foot Trinity motoryacht Zoom, Zoom, Zoom is dropping her weekly base rate by $20,000 for Florida and Bahamas yacht charter through June 1. Regularly, the weekly base rate is $180,000 to charter Zoom, Zoom, Zoom. Until June 1, it is $160,000. Zoom, Zoom, Zoom is a 2005 build that […]

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  • Admiral charter yacht Rhino

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    Bahamas Yacht Charter, with a Price Break

    YachtZoo has two motoryachts offering deals right now in the Bahamas and beyond. First is the 154-foot Admiral Rhino. She is available in the Bahamas and Caribbean this winter, at a weekly base rate that has been reduced from $140,000 to $125,000 for 10 guests.   Second is the 145-foot Trinity Relentless, which is chartering […]

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  • Christensen charter yacht Remember When

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    Yacht Charter with Scuba in the Bahamas

    While charter yachts and water sports do go hand in hand, scuba diving is different. Charter yachts that want to offer scuba for their guests need to have special insurance, space dedicated on board for stowing air tanks and gear, crew who are certified to lead dive parties and, ideally, a tender that makes it easy […]

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  • CRN charter yacht Sarita Si

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    $20,000 Discount on Caribbean, Bahamas Yacht Charter

    Fraser Yachts sends word that the 126-foot CRN motoryacht Sarita Si is dropping her weekly base rate by $20,000 for Caribbean and Bahamas charter bookings during February. Regularly, the weekly base rate is $80,000 to charter Sarita Si. This February, it is being reduced to $60,000. Sarita Si is a 1972 build that most recently […]

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  • Delta charter yacht Wildflour

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    New to the Denison Charter Fleet: Delta Motoryacht Wildflour

    Denison Yachting has just welcomed the 156-foot Delta motoryacht Wildflour to the charter fleet. Wildflour is a 2008 build that was most recently refit in 2016, with work that included a new interior decor along with new equipment. Her five staterooms accommodate 10 to 12 guests. (She previously chartered by the name of Seven J’s, with […]

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  • Privilege sailing catamaran Sea Forever

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    Yacht Charter in the Turks and Caicos Islands

    The Turks and Caicos Islands hold a special place in my heart. They lie between the southern Bahamas and the northern coast of Hispaniola, and they are where (more years ago than I care to count) I learned to scuba dive. Because the Turks and Caicos are less-traveled than the popular Bahamas, not to mention […]

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