Northrop and Johnson tells me the 164-foot Delta motoryacht Victoria Del Mar has a cancellation. She’s now open for a New Year’s charter in the Caribbean, with cruising dates from December 28 through January 7.
I was most recently on board Victoria Del Mar in December 2015 at the Antigua Charter Yacht Show, where her recent refit made her one of the most buzzed-about yachts on the docks. She’s a 2006 build that previously was known as Happy Days, and she got a new owner in 2014. He invested in a nine-month refit of her interior and exterior, everything from the floors to the furniture to the outdoor shades. As Chief Stewardess Tronell Joubert told me during my tour, “It’s very South Beach, very contemporary.” I thought she was spot on, and I thought the yacht looked great.
Victoria Del Mar accommodates 12 guests. She has an upper-deck master stateroom, a pair of VIP staterooms on her main deck and four additional guest staterooms (two queens, two twins) belowdecks. An elevator services all decks.
The yacht charters with a slew of water toys including a 32-foot tender, a pair of Sea-Doos, two Seabobs, kayaks, standup paddleboards, tow toys and even a drone for capturing all the fun in keepsake photos and videos.
The weekly base rate to charter Victoria Del Mar during the New Year’s holiday is $265,000.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more or help you book Victoria Del Mar for a New Year’s yacht charter in the Caribbean.