Ocean Independence has just welcomed two new-for-2017 builds to the charter fleet.
First is the 163-foot Rossinavi motoryacht Endeavour 2, a trideck explorer yacht that has a diesel-electric (meaning hybrid) propulsion system and a range of 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots. That outfitting means Endeavour II is designed to take charter guests to remote places that other yachts can’t reach—and the owner placed an amphibious car on board for going ashore in locations without docks.
Endeavour 2 accommodates 10 guests in five staterooms. The yacht is based in the West Mediterranean this summer at a lowest weekly base rate of €275,000. Here’s a look at her exterior and interior:
Also new to the Ocean Independence charter fleet is the 105-foot Sanlorenzo motoryacht Freddy. She accommodates as many as 10 guests in five staterooms with itineraries in Florida and the Bahamas.
Amenities aboard Freddy include a beach club and stabilizers (the stabilizers are both underway and at anchor). Her captain is David Laird, who has many years of charter experience and can provide references from guests aboard other yachts he’s managed.
The weekly base rate to charter Freddy is $55,000 for eight guests in four staterooms, or $65,000 for 10 guests in five staterooms. Here’s a look at the yacht’s exterior and interior:
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more about Endeavour 2 or Freddy, or help you become one of the first-ever charter clients aboard these yachts.