Northrop and Johnson has just welcomed three yachts to its charter fleet, with itineraries available on both sides of the world.
In the Americas, Northrop and Johnson added the 112-foot Westport motoryacht Wendy 1. She is a 2002 build that was most recently refit in 2015, and she accommodates eight guests in four staterooms. There’s a master, a VIP and a queen-berth stateroom for adults plus a twin-bed stateroom for the kids, making Wendy 1 a good option for families. Wendy 1 is in Florida and the Bahamas this winter. and she’s expected to charter in New England this summer. Her lowest weekly base rate is $48,500.
In Australia, the Northrop and Johnson charter fleet added the 108-foot Warren motoryacht Flying Fish along with the 115-foot New Zealand Yachts wave-piercing catamaran Spirit.
Flying Fish is a 1991 build that was refitted in 2001 and 2010. She accommodates eight guests in four staterooms, all on her lower deck. As you can see in the photo slide show above, Flying Fish has a helipad, a feature that allows charter guests to access Great Barrier Reef locations in the far north of Queensland. The lowest weekly base rate to charter Flying Fish is $62,000.
Spirit is a 2005 build that recently underwent a large-scale interior refit. She accommodates 10 guests in five staterooms, including a master suite with a private balcony, and she’s outfitted for water-sports enthusiasts. Her transom lowers into the water, allowing guests easy access to toys. And she carries regular toys (standup paddleboards, fishing gear and the like) along with kits for scuba diving and kite-surfing. The lowest weekly base rate to charter Spirit is $90,000.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more about Wendy 1, Flying Fish or Spirit, or help you book a week on board.