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  • Sanya charter yacht AOIBH

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    Thanksgiving Yacht Charter: 7 Nights for Price of 6

    Regency Yacht Charters sends word that the 57-foot Sanya sailing catamaran AOIBH (pronounced “Eve” in Old Irish) is offering seven nights of charter for the price of six in the Virgin Islands. The deal is good for the Thanksgiving holiday, with charter dates available from November 17-25. AOIBH launched in 2015 and has the same owner as LIR, a 67-foot Victoria sailing catamaran that […]

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  • Victoria charter yacht LIR

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    Valentine's Day in the Virgin Islands

    Regency Yacht Charters sends word that the 67-foot Victoria sailing catamaran LIR is offering a deal for Valentine’s Day in the Virgin Islands. For charter dates from February 10-15, the five-night rate being offered is $21,071 for two guests, $22,500 for four guests, $23,214 for six guests, and $23,929 for eight guests. Those rates include all meals on board, ship’s bar […]

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  • Lagoon charter yacht Jans Felion

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    3 Yachts Join Regency Charter Fleet

    Three yachts have joined the Regency Yacht Charters fleet, with bookings being taken now for charters this winter. Joy 52 is a 52-foot Lagoon sailing catamaran that was built in 2017. She accommodates six guests in three queen-bed staterooms, making her a good option for couples who want to charter together and split the weekly rate, […]

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  • Siar Moschini charter yacht Miraggio

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    New to the Fraser Charter Fleet: Miraggio

    Fraser has just welcomed the 134-foot Siar Moschini motoryacht Miraggio to the charter fleet. The yacht is in the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos archipelago this summer, with itineraries planned in the Caribbean and Virgin Islands this winter. Miraggio is a 1988 build that was most recently refitted in 2018, and that offers an unusual […]

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  • Westport charter yacht Chasing Daylight

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    Now for Charter with Northrop and Johnson: Chasing Daylight

    Northrop and Johnson has welcomed the 130-foot Westport motoryacht Chasing Daylight to the charter fleet. The yacht will base in the Bahamas and British Virgin Islands this winter, with a lowest weekly base rate of $95,000. Chasing Daylight is a 2005 build that most recently was refitted in 2015. She accommodates 10 guests in five […]

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  • Lagoon charter yacht Azuria

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    New to the Regency Fleet: Azuria

    Regency Yacht Charters has welcomed the 50-foot Lagoon sailing catamaran Azuria to the charter fleet in the Virgin Islands. She has the same crew that used to run the sailing catamaran Viking Dream, which was a fan favorite for quite a few years. Azuria is a 2011 build that most recently was refitted in 2017. […]

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  • Lagoon charter yacht Callista

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    New Photos: Charter Yacht Callista

    Regency Yacht Charters sends word that the 62-foot Lagoon sailing catamaran Callista is fresh off a photo shoot. Here’s how the 2016 build is looking: Callista is in the Grenadines this summer, with Virgin Islands yacht charter dates starting in November. She accommodates as many as eight guests at a lowest weekly base rate of […]

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  • Privilege charter yacht Elysium

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    Caribbean Yacht Charter: Save 15 Percent

    Regency Yacht Charters sends word that the 62-foot Privilege sailing catamaran Elysium is giving 15 percent off Virgin Islands and northern Caribbean charters. The incentive is good from July 2 in the Virgin Islands through July 21 in Sint Maarten, and then again from August 9 in the Virgin Islands to August 22 in Sint Maarten. The regular weekly base […]

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  • Privilege charter yacht Xenia 62

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    Xenia 62 Undergoing Refit

    Regency Yacht Charters sends word that the 62-foot Privilege sailing catamaran Xenia 62 is undergoing a technical refit ahead of rejoining the Virgin Islands charter fleet in August. Xenia 62 is receiving a new engine, two new generators and two new air-conditioning chillers. Those things may not sounds sexy, but they’re important for making sure that charters go smoothly—and that […]

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