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10 Best Yachts Open for Charter in New England

They range from a 64-foot Jenneau sailing yacht to a 161-foot Trinity motoryacht

Nicholson Yachts is offering the 91-foot Corey Island Boat Works sailing yacht Tree of Life. She accommodates six guests in three staterooms at a lowest weekly base rate of $15,000.

Y.CO is promoting the 150-foot expedition motoryacht Pioneer, built by Palmer Johnson in 1996. She was refit in 2015. You may remember her by her previous name, Dione Sky.

Camper and Nicholsons International is offering the 154-foot Christensen motoryacht One More Toy, taking 12 guests in six staterooms.

IYC is marketing the 160-foot Bilgin motoryacht Clarity, a classically styled yacht that looks like she is from the 1920s, but that actually was launched in 2015.

CharterPortBVI is promoting the 64-foot Jenneau sailing yacht Serenity, which takes six guests (eight if it’s a family with children).

Merle Wood is offering the 120-foot Feadship motoryacht Lady Victoria, which takes eight guests in four staterooms.

Worth Avenue Yachts has the 94-foot Lazzara motoryacht IV Tranquility in New England this summer. Her amenities include zero-speed stabilizers.

Northrop and Johnson is promoting the 161-foot Trinity motoryacht Zoom, Zoom, Zoom, which is open for charter this summer from New England up to Maine.

RJC Yachts is offering the 107-foot Christensen motoryacht Reflections, with a weekly base rate of $49,500.

Fraser Yachts is marketing the 115-foot Benetti motoryacht Siete. She’s a 2002 build that was refit in 2013.


Summer 2016 New England Charter Yachts

  • charter yacht Tree of Life
    Tree of Life
  • pioneer
  • one-more-toy
    One More Toy
  • clarity
  • serenity-jenneau
  • lady-victoria-feadship
    Lady Victoria
  • iv-tranquility
    IV Tranquility
  • Trinity charter yacht Zoom, Zoom, Zoom
    Zoom, Zoom, Zoom
  • reflections
  • siete

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