Ocean Independence tells me that the 109-foot Lloyd’s motoryacht Daniella will be returning to Spain for charters during the summer 2012 season.
The laws regarding yacht charter in Spanish waters are different from those in busier locations such as the South of France and western Italy, so it’s important when chartering in Spain to make sure you’re aboard a yacht that is legal. Daniella is being advertised as just that, a well-known yacht with a background in charter that is fully legal to cruise in the Balearic Isles and other Spanish waters.
Daniella is a 1987 build that was most recently refit in 2009. She takes eight guests in four cabins. The master has a king-size bed, two of the cabins have double-size beds, and one cabin has twin beds.
The yacht’s cruising speed is 10 knots, and her top speed is 12 knots. There are six crew onboard.
The lowest weekly base rate to charter Daniella this summer is €46,800. Usual expenses apply, including food, fuel, and gratuity, along with an 18-percent VAT charge from the Spanish government.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more or help you book a week onboard.