Ample outdoor space, a luxurious beach house-themed interior and a seemingly endless list of amenities make Here Comes The Sun one of the most impressive yachts on the charter market.
Behind this outstanding superyacht are three yachting powerhouses - Amels shipyard, yacht designer Tim Heywood and interior design firm Winch Design – and as she has been wowing charter guests ever since her delivery in 2017, her availability over the New Year is not expected to last long.
A popular outdoor hangout on any yacht charter is the main deck aft. Here, a huge swimming pool tempts guests to take a dip, sun pads call for relaxation and a bar keeps all refreshed.
For the best views, the sundeck is the place to be. Take in the beautiful panoramas of the Caribbean while unwinding in the Jacuzzi or enjoy a casual alfresco lunch under the shade of the radar arch.
More formal dinners are suited to the expansive upper deck aft while the large beach club, which opens on all three sides, forms the perfect waterside terrace. The extensive collection of water toys can be accessed here and there a sauna and steam room are hidden within for charterers prioritising health and wellness.
Opportunities for unwinding and socialising continue into the interior of luxury yacht Here Comes The Sun. A palette of warm browns, cream fabrics, gold-toned lighting, bronze panels and curvaceous furniture create a dreamy retreat. Carved silk and wool carpets, mottled leather and natural oak panelling are also mainstays.
In the main salon, laidback seating, bar and pillars create a fantastic space in which to throw a glittering party to celebrate 2019. Aft there is a circular dining table for 16 for more intimate New Year gatherings and watching a movie in the cinema forward is ideal for recovering after the night before.
As Here Comes The Sun has been wowing charter guests ever since her delivery in 2017, her availability over New Year is not expected to last long
More space to entertain is available on the upper deck but this can also be reserved solely for the use of the principal charterer. As well as the aft salon, there is an office, dressing room and cabin forward with access onto a clear, uncluttered terrace which also serves as a touch-and-go helipad.
The other accommodation is made up of a VIP suite on the upper deck and five double cabins on the lower deck, two of which have their own lounge area. In total, there are seven cabins on board and up to 12 guests can be accommodated on the motor yacht during a charter vacation.
- Planning and booking a yacht charter during the Coronavirus pandemic 2020 - latest updatesBooking a private yacht charter in 2020 but don’t know where to start? Here’s all the essential travel and safety advic...
- Bumper Caribbean yacht charter season predicted as Coronavirus travel restrictions relaxSocial Distancing Yacht Charters in the Caribbean are expected to be highly popular this winter, signalling a promising...
- Lady Jorgia: 74m superyacht formerly known as ‘Odyssey II’ now for charterSold and renamed earlier this month, the multi-award-winning 74m (243’) superyacht ‘Lady Jorgia’ is now a luxury yacht ...
- Popular charter yacht SPIRIT shows off refined new interiors Fresh from an interior refit, the 54m (178') motor yacht SPIRIT has unveiled her contemporary new styling. While she i...
- Coronavirus and Yacht Charter: Your questions, answered by the expertsIf you're thinking about booking a yacht charter in summer 2020, Coronavirus may leave you with questions about cancell...
- LUNASEA: Feadship charter yacht HASNA renamed