Previously called Cameleon B, superyacht Capricorn has just been renamed and is now available for charter.
Built entirely from aluminium, Capricorn is a semi-displacement expedition yacht built in 2002 by Proteksan to ABS class. She was most recently refitted in 2009 and features teak decks and an enclosed pilothouse with sundeck.
With a VIP, twin and two double staterooms as well as a main-deck master suite, she can provide her charter guests with luxurious comfort while they cruise across the Bahamas and Caribbean.
Her twin 2285hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 20 knots, and this, combined with her long range at lower speeds and her modest draft allows her to cruise swiftly and across long distances with ease.
Capricorn is available for charter in the Caribbean and the Bahamas this winter, and in New England in the summer, from $125,000 per week.
She was most recently refitted in 2009 and features teak decks and an enclosed pilothouse with sundeck.