Infinity Yachts tells me the 98-foot Broward motoryacht Midsummer Dream still has availability for Alaska yacht charter this summer, with open cruising dates beginning August 20.
Midsummer Dream is a 1982 build that underwent a $1.25 million refit during the past few years. Her current owner is a lifelong resident of Sitka, Alaska, who has had a captain’s license since age 18 and is extremely knowledgeable about the local waters. He built a Midsummer Dream website to showcase the charter program, which includes a 30-foot Osprey tender. A section of the website details optional add-ons such as halibut fishing and tours by seaplane and helicopter.
Midsummer Dream accommodates six guests in three staterooms. Recent guests have turned in glowing reviews, including this one that Infinity Yachts shared from charter clients who were aboard earlier this month: “it was a to-die-for trip with all that we saw and the great care that the staff gave each of us. We would do it again in a heartbeat. Overall rating: over the moon, magical and easily a 10-plus out of 10.”
The weekly base rate to charter Midsummer Dream is $59,000, inclusive of food, fuel, ship’s bar, the 30-foot tender and most expenses. Any reputable charter broker can tell you more or help you book an Alaska yacht charter after August 20.