All yachts featured below were correct as of the end of September, book soon to avoid disappointment.
1. AQUARIUS Choose For: Christmas and New Year’s between St Barts and St Martin
If the combination of Terence Disdale’s design expertise and the shipbuilding prowess of Amels is a guarantee of one thing, its quality. In 2007 AQUARIUS came to fruition – a head-turning superyacht of 67 metres (220 feet) boasting one of the charter market’s most well-appointed water toy chests - including an inflatable waterslide, huge deck spaces and a style which manages to perfect the opulent yet understated look sought-after on so many yachts. She even includes a small teeing off green and floating balls, should guests be in the mood for a spot of golf.
For enjoying the sunshine of the Caribbean, a 27-metre sundeck appointed with both a spa pool and plunge pool with counter current and the perfect view of a drop-down television and a few short strides from a bar and sofa area. Elsewhere, al fresco dining for up to 18 people is on offer at her upper deck, with her light and airy 13-metre salon an elegant alternative to relaxing outside.
Extremely child-friendly, the continually updated motor yacht AQUARIUS provides 6 staterooms to sleep up to 12 guests and will consider enquiries in the Bahamas.
67m Amels, 2007 / 2012
60m Feadship, 2005
57m Royal Huisman, 2010 / 2015
56m Alloy Yachts, 2014
55m Proteksan Turquoise, 2011 / 2014
48m Trinity Yachts, 2004 / 2012
47m Delta Marine, 2007
43m Benetti, 2015
40m Holland Jachtbouw, 2012