Churchill Yacht Partners is excited to be offering the 140-foot Proteksan-Turquoise motoryacht Capricorn in the Caribbean for the first time. The 2002 build most recently was refit in 2013 with the addition of a Kaleidescape audiovisual server, all new exterior soft goods, a new teak dining table and chairs, underwater lights, and more.
Charter broker Trina Howes at CharterWorld likes the 179-foot ARK sailing yacht Chronos for large groups this winter in the Caribbean: “I often get large-group inquiries, and when I go back with the options either the yacht is too old and too dated or is way above the budget. Chronos is the perfect answer. Accommodating 26 people and costing €50,000 to €60,000 per week plus expenses, she is a very exciting addition to the Caribbean fleet this season.”
Charter broker Josh Burdett at CharterWorld is excited about having the 85-foot Pacific Mariner motoryacht Chills available: “Chills is looking like a good new charter yacht on the Caribbean market this summer, a nice one in the 85- to 100-foot range in the Leeward Islands.”
YCO is pleased to introduce the new 131-foot Perini Navi sailing yacht State of Grace, which boasts a split-level salon along with lots of stunning woodwork throughout her interior décor.
Northrop and Johnson welcomes the 197-foot Abeking + Rasmussen Dream to the Caribbean following an extensive refit that stretched her from her original 188-foot-length (when she was known as Excellence III). The yacht’s interior is now lighter and more contemporary, and it includes a new audiovisual system.
The 171-foot Feadship motoryacht Gravitas, formerly known as Battered Bull, is expected to go into charter this winter in the Caribbean following an extensive interior refit by a new owner. The captain will be longtime charter pro Roy Hodges, previously of the motoryacht Atlantica. A management company is yet to be announced, but any reputable charter broker can tell you more.
McMaster Yachts tells us the 123-foot Fitzroy sailing yacht Ludynosa G is making her Caribbean debut this winter following successful charter experience in the Mediterranean.
Fraser Yachts Worldwide has the 183-foot Benetti motoryacht Jaguar in the Caribbean for the first time this winter. She used to be known as Four Aces and has a new owner with new charter crew.
The 107-foot Baltic sailing yacht Inukshuk is premiering in the Caribbean this winter after launching from the Finland shipyard in summer 2013. Learn more from Fraser Yachts Worldwide.
Oyster Yachts welcomes the 125-foot sailing yacht Twilight to her debut season of Caribbean yacht charter. Kim was also onboard her in Antigua and says: “As the new flagship for Oyster, Twilight certainly stands out. She’s contemporary and comfortable and should make a lovely platform for charter.”