Refit in 2017, the 165-foot Feadship Broadwater took part in the Antigua show, as well. The completely new interior designed by Adam Vorhees features neutral tones for a sense of serenity and space—nothing too over-the-top, which will also appeal to a larger charter base. And new this year is chef Stuart Lewis, who sports such awards as London’s 2013 Chef of the Year and Young Chef of the Year in Europe 2014. Guests can prescreen his dishes on Instagram.
Superyacht Broadwater accommodates 12 guests in six staterooms, including main-deck master and VIP suites. Down below are four staterooms, which all feature king-size beds; two of these break up into two single beds. Two of the cabins offer Pullman berths.
For fun, the yacht carries a 21-foot Castoldi Jet tender, a mono ski, a towable tube, a wakeboard, water skis for both kids and adults, a water trampoline and floating mats, an inflatable island, WaveRunners, and much more. Post-ocean play, guests will appreciate the on-deck Jacuzzi, and the lucky master-cabin dwellers will appreciate their personal hot tub. Broadwater also features satellite TV, Wi-Fi, and a media movie server.
Cruising the Caribbean, Bahamas, and West Mediterranean, Broadwater is offered by Worth Avenue Yachts. Charter prices start at $260,000 per week, plus expenses.