It's not often you get the opportunity to charter a superyacht in the Red Sea: but now, 86m (282ft) superyacht CHAKRA is available to book over the holidays for the yachting vacation of a lifetime.
Built by Scheepswerf Gebr van der Werf, CHAKRA began life as a commercial vessel before being converted into a superyacht by Devonport Yachts. A no-expense-spared luxury conversion and refit in 2016 means she is in perfect condition for guests to enjoy.
Available for charter in either the Maldives or the Red Sea for Christmas and New Year's Eve, CHAKRA can accommodate up to 12 guests, who have a choice of 20 cabins, and with a huge interior volume of 2,083GT she offers almost unlimited spaces for relaxing and socializing.
Whether you want to toast the sunset with a glass of champagne or enjoy sunrise at breakfast with a freshly squeezed orange juice you will have your pick of areas to do so.
As one of the largest yachts on the charter market CHAKRA turns heads with her size and commanding presence alone. But it isn’t until you step onboard that you get a true feeling of the space and luxury on offer here.
Whether you want to take in the many idyllic Robinson Crusoe-esque islands you will encounter on a Maldives yacht charter or the majestic desert fringed coastline you will see on a yacht charter in the Red Sea then CHAKRA is packed with outdoor spaces to make the most of the dazzling views.
The bridge deck might be ultimate retreat for sun lovers, aft is a step-up Jacuzzi surrounded by sunpads that are perfect for drying off on after a quick dip, whilst a Bimini provides respite from the sun should you need it. A further selection of sun loungers and a bar for refreshment are also close at hand.
Forward of this is a fully-equipped gym. A view of the clear azure waters, courtesy of full-length windows, should make those high octane workouts even more enjoyable! Past the gym is another area for wellness lovers- a large open space which is ideal for yoga.
Elsewhere an assortment of what are poetically described as conversation areas come with cavernous sofas and comfortable armchairs, while alfresco dining spaces dot the deck areas. So whether you want to toast the sunset with a glass of champagne or enjoy sunrise at breakfast with a freshly squeezed orange juice you will have your pick of areas to do so.
There are a huge selection of spaces for relaxation, the highlight of which is the huge main salon, with dark wooden wall panels beautifully offset by a pale-colored carpet and white upholstery.
Stepping inside and the modern and bright interior features light upholstery that contrasts perfectly with her hard wood decks. An eclectic selection of art pieces add a real character to each space.
Again there are a huge selection of spaces for relaxation, the highlight of which is the huge main salon, with dark wooden wall panels beautifully offset by a pale-colored carpet and white upholstery. The whole space feels light, airy and totally uncluttered.
An elegant dining salon can seat 18 guests, whilst there is also a bar and movie room, a Kaleidescape video system, touch screen karaoke and more than 30 televisions on board.
The palatial full-beam master suite gives the main charterer the most luxurious space to lay their head at night.
Up to 12 guests can take their choice from a selection of 20 beautiful cabins, laid out over three decks.
The palatial full-beam master suite gives the principal charterer the most luxurious space to lay their head at night. Featuring a super-king bed, private office office, huge dressing room and equally large en-suite it offers a truly opulent area to retreat to after a busy day on the sea.
Additional cabins include seven VIP cabins, six King doubles, four twins and two singles. None of the accommodation is located below the waterline, so all guests can wake up to sea views and beautiful natural light.
For water lovers and diving enthusiasts CHAKRA has a tender garage befitting of a motor yacht of this size which features a wealth of water equipment, including a limousine tender, Jet Sea Doos, fly boards and scuba and snorkelling equipment for exploring the world class dive sites that both the Maldives and the Red Sea are famous for.
Also boasting a beauty salon, massage room and an extended swim platform with easy access to the water CHAKRA has everything you could want on a luxury yacht charter.
With its kaleidoscopic coral reefs home to some of the most diverse marine life in the world, pristine beaches fringing idyllic desert islands and unlimited secluded anchorages a yacht charter in Maldives will provide you with memories to last a lifetime.
CHAKRA is also available for Red Sea yacht charters, an area replete with a bounty of treasures and saturated in sun year round. From its intriguing shoreline with over 2000km of thriving reef that make it a favorite destination for diving enthusiasts to the unique blend of culture and history it offers a yacht charter vacation unlike any other.
If you’d like to learn more about chartering M/Y CHAKRA in the Maldives or the Red Sea please contact your yacht charter broker.
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