Described by Jacques Cousteau as the ‘aquarium of the world’, the glistening stretch of waters that separate the Baja California Peninsula from the Mexican mainland are some of the most bio-diverse in the world. With more than 4,000km of indented coastline along the Baja Peninsula and an exceptional variety of wildlife within these thriving waters, the region has earned its place on the coveted UNESCO World Heritage Site List.
Built in 2004 by Benetti and extensively refitted this year, ALBATROSS’ generous outdoor areas and beautiful interior create a fantastic setting for a winter escape outside the more traditional superyacht cruising grounds of the Caribbean. She sleeps up to 11 guests in five luxurious staterooms comprising of an impressive main deck master suite, two double cabins, two twin cabins and a Pullman berth.
Outdoors, charter guests can spend their days enjoying delicious al fresco dining, soaking up the sun from her sun loungers or unwinding in the Jacuzzi. ALBATROSS is fully equipped for fun on the water, offering a host of toys and tenders to include a Sportsman 23' Yamaha, kayaks, Power Seajets and snorkelling equipment.
She is available for charter in the Sea of Cortez at a weekly rate of $85,000 USD plus expenses, contact your charter broker for more details. Alternatively take a look at the full selection of luxury motor yachts available for charter this winter.
35m Benetti, 2004