Northrop and Johnson tells me that the owner of the 115-foot Crescent motoryacht Harmony plans to send the yacht back to the Mediterranean this summer. Unlike many yacht owners, however, this one has not predetermined the Mediterranean region where Harmony will be available for charter. Instead, he has announced that he will consider locations anywhere in the West and East Mediterranean. Wherever charter clients want to go, that is where Harmony will be positioned.
It’s a great opportunity for charter clients to create their own itinerary aboard a proven charter yacht with a well-respected crew led by longtime charter Capt. Jack McKay. He has spent decades in the charter industry, a career that he talked about in an exclusive interview with CharterWave back in 2007. Most recently, he has spent time aboard Harmony in Turkey, which is one of the destination options for charter clients this summer. The yacht already has some charters on its calendar for Croatia this summer, so that is an option, too.
Harmony is a 1998 build that has been regularly maintained and upgraded over the years. Most recently, in early 2012, the owner invested about a half-million dollars in mechanical upgrades along with new interior carpeting and soft goods.
Harmony accommodates eight to 10 guests in four cabins. One has a king-size bed, one has a queen-size bed, and one has twin beds with a bunk-style Pullman berth. The fourth cabin also has twin beds plus a Pullman, but the twins are able to convert into double bed if that’s what charter guests prefer.
The lowest weekly base rate to charter Harmony this summer is $70,000. Any reputable charter broker can tell you more or help you book a week on board.