‘We’ll Sell Out’: After More Than a Year of Covid, Demand for Superyacht Charters Has Never Been Higher
Brokers are reporting many seven-figure deals. With the Western Med closed, Americans are going to Greece and Croatia, or closer to home, the Bahamas.
The verdant island is everything you want a little-known locale to be. No wonder yacht owners are reluctant to spread the word.
One part yacht, two parts dive vessel, the one-of-a-kind 79-foot explorer offers sub-sea ocean views that no other superyacht can match.
After setting a world record, the vessel had a career hunting illegal whaling ships and other ocean poachers. Now she’s on the market.
Last year was all about yachting in the Med or even farther afield. In the Covid-19 era, it’s still about getting on the water, but staying close to home.
The Italian builder’s online show is designed to be the next best thing to the real show experience, with live sales chats, virtual tours and educational events.
This Epic Hybrid 352-Foot Gigayacht May Be the Greenest Vessel to Ever Hit the Water. Now It’s Up for Sale.
While owners typically wait five years for their custom builds, the Benetti “Luminosity” was listed just weeks before her scheduled delivery to her owner.
Charter brokers are working with yacht owners and clients to reschedule charters for later in the season after the Covid-19 threat recedes.
A gym, study, seven suites and more: The Amels 220 delivers on all accounts.