Slipstream is calling for donations of all kinds, including carpentry tools, construction materials and more, to be left at Port Vauban in Antibes, France, for pickup on November 27. Trucks will collect the donated items and bring them to the yacht, which is currently in dry dock ahead of her Atlantic crossing for the Caribbean charter season.
Anyone who wants to help but can’t get to Antibes can send a cash donation through YachtAidGlobal.
Slipstream is part of the Burgess Yachts charter fleet. She accommodates 12 guests in six staterooms and is taking inquiries now for the Caribbean season, at a lowest weekly base rate of $385,000.
Any reputable charter broker can help you book a week aboard this yacht that is trying to help the people of the Caribbean, in addition to offering luxury vacations there.