Delivered in March, the 86m/282ft sailing yacht AQUIJO will be celebrating her first new year in the tropical waters of the Caribbean.
Whether it’s watching the fireworks in Sydney, soaking up the atmosphere in South East Asia, or simply kicking back in the Caribbean, bringing in the new year is unquestionably done best when it’s done on board a charter yacht.
Currently available for such celebrations, AQUIJO is a brand new sailing yacht equipped with every imaginable luxury. Indeed, from a spacious beach club complete with Jacuzzi, to a dedicated sauna and steam room, guests are certain to cherish their time on board.
As a joint project between leading shipyards Oceanco and Vitters, AQUIJO combines her various amenities with an unrivalled performance, ensuring a totally memorable experience at sea.
As the world’s largest ketch, AQUIJO offers charterers the rare opportunity to enjoy a record breaker as part of their vacation. Revealing that bigger sometimes is better, both the communal and guest spaces have been finished to an incredibly high standard, offering suitable environments for both formal and casual occasions.
Designed by Dolker + Voges, the interior is wholly refreshing, with bright white furnishings and fixtures producing a welcoming ambience. Along with a full-sized bar and multiple living areas, guests are also sure to be kept busy with numerous inflatable water toys and tenders on offer.
Uncluttered, the exterior of the yacht allows guests to take in their surroundings in style, with an abundance of loungers and alfresco dining spots found from the bow through to the stern.
Boasting wheelchair accessibility as well as a greater flexibility, the configuration of cabins can be transformed to meet a layout which best suits up to twelve guests away on a private yacht charter vacation.
Perfectly primed for exotic escapes, the exterior of sailing yacht AQUIJO is the perfect place to bring in the new year
In order to find out more regarding S/Y AQUIJO, please get in touch with your preferred charter broker.
Alternatively, take a look at all superyachts available for charter in the Caribbean.