37 South tells me the 112-foot Alloy motoryacht VvS1 is offering eight days of charter for the price of seven on all charters booked before the end of July in Fiji.
VvS1 is an award-winning 2007 build that chartered in the South Pacific before heading to the Mediterranean, where she has been chartering for the past two years. She has now returned to her home cruising grounds, accommodating eight guests at a weekly base rate of $95,000.
I was on board VvS1 in Fiji back in 2010, and I was thoroughly impressed with the charter program that the owner has put together. He’s a person who enjoys adventurous fun, which is why VvS1 is outfitted with rugged, go-anywhere tenders and toys, and staffed by crew who seem to have adrenaline instead of blood pumping through their veins. The excitement is all wrapped within the package of a yacht that is contemporary, stylish and comfortable, with top-notch cuisine (especially if you enjoy fresh-caught fish).
Also noteworthy are the interesting dining spaces aboard VvS1. Her sundeck includes a teppanyaki grill, and her main-deck dining is aft, where many yachts her size have a salon. Positioning the indoor dining table in this space puts it closer to the open-air aft deck for guests who want to move in and out for beautiful views of the islands during meals underway.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more about VvS1 or help you book her before the end of July to get eight days of Fiji yacht charter for the price of seven.