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Charter some new ideas this summer

News from the Mediterranean, the Michelin stars, Wellness, the wild and wonderful – we have so much to tell you about.

Lioness V

A new yacht in the Edmiston fleet, Lioness V is lavishly extravagant. A palatial interior adorned with furs, mirrors, animal hide fabrics and all manner of guilded decorative touches. The sun deck is laid out with stone steps up to a large Jacuzzi surrounded by velvet soft covered sunbeds. The screening room cinema is impressive and is ideal for the Cannes Film Festival.

Benetti, 64m / 208ft, 2006, 12 guests, from €425,000 per week


Balaju in New England

Balaju gives you the chance to see New England and the east coast of Canada from a new perspective. Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, Cape Cod, Block Island and Newport, the Bay of Fundy and even up to Nova Scotia. You could just charter the yacht to cruise in the Hamptons for a long weekend. Balaju is the ideal, easy-going yacht for coastal cruising.

44m / 146ft, 2013, Intermarine, 10 guests, from US$110,000 per week.


Lady britt for wellness

Wellness is one of the key themes on this year’s charter scene. Lady Britt is superbly well equipped for helping guests to recharge the mind and body. Exercise in the sun deck gym, detox in the waterside sauna, dive into sea off the opening platform and then check in for a moon charged hot stone massage. The unique Elemis spa is just one reason why Lady Britt is one of the most sought-after charter yachts in the world.

Lady Britt, 63m / 207ft, 2011, Feadship, 12 guests, from €445,000 per week


Haida graces the Med this summer

Launched in perfect time for the entire summer, Haida is the world’s most original clipper bow classic for charter. After her comprehensive refit, this magnificent yacht is in the best condition of her long life. The master suite has a private saloon with one of the yacht’s three cinemas. A gym, hammam and even a barber’s shop are all part of the wonderful sense of style that graces every deck, inside and out.

71m / 233ft, 1929, Krupp, 12 guests, from €310,000 per week


Rosehearty sails Polynesia

The much-travelled Rosehearty is cruising in the Pacific. Choose your archipelago for adventure and the yacht will certainly provide elegant comfort and superb cuisine. Swim with giant rays, be danced to by local tribesmen, hike up soaring peaks, relax in the turquoise shallows, sail at speed under this magnificent yacht’s towering masts. Amazing.

56m / 184ft, 2006, Perini Navi, 12 guests, from €225,000 per week


Legend discovering Baltic and Greenland

Having wintered in Antarctica (where she will return next winter), Legend is making passage north towards the Arctic, via the Baltic and Greenland. She is up for almost anything en-route and suggestions are welcome. This ice-class discovery yacht sleeps 26 guests. A spa, gym, beauty salon and big lounges for entertaining, an optional submarine and helicopter are just some of the impressive features.

77m / 253ft, 2015, Icon, 26 guests, from €460,000 per week


Menorca

The Owner’s hotel in Menorca sparked the idea of doing the same offshore. They found a classic and converted it, retaining all the ‘little ship’ character that makes this yacht so special. With a canoe stern dining area and a huge sun deck that gets used day and night for entertaining, Menorca is great value. Available in west Med including the Balearics – of course.

Botje Ensing 49m / 159ft, 1961, 12 guests, from €93,000 per week


Satori

The Owner’s hotel in Tuscany has a Michelin-star restaurant and you can ask for the chef to cook during
your charter. With a wellness spa, outdoor cinema and a big selection of sports equipment this contemporary classic schooner is a wonderful way to cruise the Amalfi coast including Capri and Ischia.

Big Blue Yachting, 41m / 136ft, 2017, 10 guests, from €99,000 per week


For more details on these incredible yachts, please contact your Edmiston broker.

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