Even better, a deal is being offered that gives clients eight nights of charter for the price of seven, at a reduced weekly base rate of $115,000 (down from $130,000).
Far Niente is a 2014 build with a few custom touches that distinguish her among other Westport 130s that are available for charter. Far Niente has a twin-bed stateroom that can convert to a king-bed stateroom (giving her four king-bed staterooms out of five staterooms for 10 guests overall). The yacht also has outdoor cocktail dining and seating forward, where a Portuguese bridge might be on other yachts. Check it out in this photo:
Westport Charter Yacht Far Niente
Water toys in addition to a new waterslide include a 32-foot Scout tender, two Seabobs, a 17-foot Nautilus tender, a pair of Sea-Doo Sparks, a regular standup paddleboard, a pair of elliptical-style paddleboards, Hobie Mirage kayaks, tow toys, snorkeling and fishing gear, and more.
Here’s a video to show you more of what Far Niente has available for charter guests:
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more about Far Niente or help you book a week on board during the newly open March 20-30 dates, with the incentive rate and free bonus day of yacht charter in the Virgin Islands or northern Caribbean.