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Charting the Charters

From the 28th MYBA Charter Show, we examine 5 noteworthy new additions bolstering brokers’ fleets

M/Y Destiny Photo: Burgess Yachts
S/Y Rox Star Photo: Edmiston
M/Y Princess AVK Photo: Camper & Nicholsons
M/Y Imirari Photo: Ocean Independence
M/Y Jag'B Photo: Abys Yachting

 

M/Y Destiny. Originally delivered in 2007, this 37.30m motor yacht saw an extensive refit in 2016 and boasts a fresh all-white look. Accommodating 12 guests across an owner’s stateroom, children’s cabin with four bunks, two identical doubles and a single convertible cabin. Weekly charter starts at 105,000 EUR in low season in the Mediterranean. Available through burgessyachts.com

 

S/Y Rox Star. Something clear from every cabin of this 39.90m sailing yacht is that the owner is a music lover. Each space is dedicated to a legendary musician or band, from Sting and Miles Davis to late David Bowie. Within, guests are accommodated in five double cabins, one of which features a Pullman bed for a child up to 8 years. Weekly charter starts at 75,000 EUR in low season in the Mediterranean. Available through edmiston.com

 

M/Y Princess AVK. The second unit in Sunseeker’s series of 47m motor yachts features six guest cabins, two identical VIP cabins and a flexible layout below deck, while three terraces on the sea open up the space which is brightened by natural light streaming through floor to ceiling high windows. Rates start at 210,000 EUR per week. Available through camperandnicholsons.com

 

M/Y Irimari. This 2015 delivery from Turkish firm Sunrise Yachts accommodates 12 guests and 18 crewmembers throughout its 63.10m length. Two tenders and numerous yacht toys onboard guarantee the fun-factor, while on the bridge deck a cinema lounge containing giant screen television and baby- Yamaha piano ups the quotient for opportunity to entertain. Weekly charter starts at 460,000 EUR per week. Available through oceanindependence.com

 

M/Y Jag’B. A contemporary motor yacht delivered to her owner only last year, this 29.2m Ferretti 960 accommodates 10 guests in five cabins – the master stateroom situated on the main deck and four identical doubles below deck – making her ideal for social groups to share. Weekly charter starts at 70,000 EUR in low season in the Mediterranean. Available through abys-yachting.com

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