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Sailing yacht ‘Miss B’ New to Charter Market in the Mediterranean

The 29m/95ft superyacht ‘Miss B’ is the latest addition to the global charter fleet, and is available this summer for hire in East Mediterranean locations such as Greece and Turkey.

Built in 2009 by Turkey’s Antalya Shipyard, Miss B harmoniously combines a traditional exterior with a contemporary interior, and provides all the luxuries expected from a sailing yacht of her class.

A spacious alfresco dining area with director-style seating lies aft deck from where steps, both port and starboard, lead down to an extended swim platform, making enjoying the crystal clear waters effortless.

Lush sun pads lay atop the cabin house and further seating can be found forward towards the stern.

Large windows allow natural light to flood into the open-plan salon, which features a lounge to port and formal dining to starboard. Clean lines and neutral décor create an elegant yet inviting atmosphere to relax and entertain guests in.

Charter yacht Miss B comfortably sleeps eight guests in three double cabins and one twin cabin all exquisitely finished and boasting Burmese teak flooring.

Water toys on board include water skis, wind surfing gear, and snorkelling and fishing equipment.

Miss B has a cruising speed of 11 knots and can accommodate up to four crew members.

For more details on how to charter S/Y Miss B, please contact your preferred charter broker.

Alternatively, take a look at all superyachts available to charter in Turkey.

Create an elegant yet inviting atmosphere to relax and entertain guests in.


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