Y.CO has welcomed two yachts to its fleet. First is the 180-foot Rossinavi motoryacht Rarity, a 2008 build that most recently was refitted in 2017. She takes 12 guests in six staterooms and has amenities including a Cristiano Gatto interior, an elevator, a sundeck gymnasium, a 220-inch cinema screen and a submersible swim platform.
Itineraries are available in the Mediterranean this summer, with a lowest weekly base rate of €235,000.
Also new to the Y.CO charter fleet is the 93-foot Olympus, a classic motoryacht launched in 1929 and, the company says, “extensively refitted” in 2017.
Olympus accommodates eight guests in four staterooms. She has original mahogany woodwork, antique deck chairs, a wine cellar and what Y.CO is calling a “Gatsby” interior (think classic gentleman’s cruising yacht).
Olympus is taking inquiries this summer in New York and New England, with a lowest weekly base rate of $47,500.
And new to the Ocean Independence charter fleet is Indigo Star I, a 124-foot Siar and Moschini motoryacht that will base this summer in Monaco, for charters throughout the West Mediterranean.
Indigo Star I is a 1995 build that most recently was refitted in 2018. The yacht did a world cruise in 2015-17 and is now opening for charter, taking 10 guests. A cinema room can double as a stateroom for “a small child,” Ocean Independence says.
The lowest weekly base rate is €70,000 to charter Indigo Star I this winter.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you about these three yachts and more, and help you book a week on board this summer.