Anybody who has ever chartered a yacht in the Bahamas knows that the tender can make all the difference. The waters in the Bahamas can be surprisingly shallow, which means larger yachts have to anchor out and use tenders for beach landings and the like. And for diving and fishing–which can be sensational in the Bahamas–having a monster tender only increases the everyday options.
That’s why it’s good news that the 82-foot Monte Fino motoryacht Acquaviva is being offered during select dates this summer in tandem with the 33-foot center console tender Spicy. That’s the size tender more commonly associated with larger motoryachts and at higher weekly base rates than the $27,900 being advertised for this deal. (Acquaviva usually charters with a 14-foot tender.)
CU Yacht Charters tells us the offer with the larger tender is good for charters that begin out of Nassau between June 23-26 and July 7-10.
Acquaviva is a 2001 build that accommodates six or seven guests in three staterooms. She’s ideal for families with a king-bed master, a queen-bed guest cabin and a twin-bed guest cabin with a bunk-style Pullman berth. The yacht offers indoor and outdoor dining as well as upper-deck seating and a barbecue.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more about Acquaviva or help you book her during select dates this summer in the Bahamas with the 33-foot tender Spicy.