An Exotic Yacht Charter for the SummerJuly 29, 2013
Spending time on the water provides plenty of relaxation, when you’re cruising on a superyacht. This summer you can curse to locations, such as Panama, the Indian Ocean or the Galapagos Islands one of the most luxurious yachts on the planet. Here are a few top adventures aboard a megayacht.
Big Fish is a 148-foot yacht ready to travel through the water to the North and South Poles. The ship was built for these icy waters with epoxy-infused granite and a hull made to withstand the cold. When the vessel travels to warmer waters, it’s ready to provide snorkeling, diving, fishing and many other water activities.
The ship was built by McMullen & Wing and cruises through the South East Asia and Australasia areas. Booking a trip on Big Fish isn’t cheap. The base rate for one week is $245,000.
A 135-foot expedition yacht with a Small Water plane Area Twin Hull, this ship provides travel to many excellent areas throughout the summer. If there’s an area not accessible by boat, just use the aft-deck helipad to get where you’re going. Of course, you will need to supply your own helicopter.
Silver Cloud was built by Abeking & Rasmussen and cruises to the Bahamas, San Blas Islands, Panama, Costa Rica and the South Pacific. Your journey aboard this ship starts with a base rate of $160,000 a week.
A massive 247-foot yacht built for traveling anywhere in the world, no matter the conditions, the Northern Star provides one an extremely lavish trip. The ship looks like an English country manor and offers amenities including a main saloon with roulette wheel, Steinway grand player piano, movie theater and dance floor.
The Northern Star was built by Lurssen and travels through the Mediterranean in the summer. It’s available for traveling anywhere in the world and the base rate starts at $846,000 and you still have to cover all your own regular expenses.