Based out of St Maarten, LIONSHARE is available this winter from 9 to 17 February as well as from 24 February to 3 March and will be offering a generous reduction on her weekly base rate.
Launched in 1987 and superbly refitted, most recently in 2017, the Heesen yacht combines vintage appeal with a long list of modern amenities and comforts, making her a highly popular charter choice.
Providing the very best in outdoor living is the sundeck. Charterers can head here to unwind in the Jacuzzi, bask in the sunshine on sun pads and catch up with family and friends in one of the sumptuous seating areas, all while soaking up views of the stunning Caribbean surrounds.
Entertainment takes priority on the upper deck aft. A large table can accommodate the entire charter party for delicious al fresco dinners while the aft expanse is lined with chairs and teak loungers.
Further seating and a bar await on the deck below and, from here, the swim platform can easily be accessed by those who want to get closer to the glittering water. Take a refreshing dip in the ocean or try out one of the many water toys, such as Sea-Doos, Seabobs and stand-up paddleboards.
What’s more, among the crew is a dive master and RYA certified Jet Ski instructor, so guests can pick up a new skill on their yacht charter. And, afterwards, they can relax with a treatment from the qualified masseuse, who also forms part of the dedicated team on board luxury yacht LIONSHARE.
The guest living areas are also primed for both relaxation and socialising. Following the most recent updates, the main salon now features white wall panels, wide-beam wooden floorboards and contemporary-shaped furniture for a modern, fresh and stylish look, which instantly puts all at ease.
LIONSHARE combines vintage appeal with a long list of modern amenities and comforts, making her a highly popular charter choice
Sofas and armchairs form an inviting lounge area while further forward there is a formal dining option. The skylounge above, meanwhile, is more suited to laid-back gatherings with the family.
The motor yacht can sleep up to 12 guests in five cabins, including a full-beam master suite, a full-beam VIP suite, a double cabin and two twin cabins with pullman berths.
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