The 2008 Ortona Navi built superyacht has a stunning new minimalist decor, with a masculine Scandi-style exterior and an interior resembling a chic Ibiza beach lounge.
With a number of social areas, all dominated by cozy white sofas and comfortable leather chairs, you can take your pick of where you want to recline and forget about the outside world.
Accommodating up to 12 guests across six cabins, ARBEMA offers a range of opportunities to enjoy a sun-saturated luxury yacht charter. A circular foredeck lounge and a circular sun deck Jacuzzi area are perfect areas to kick back, relax and bathe in the warmth of a glorious Caribbean winter.
With a number of social areas, all dominated by cozy white sofas and comfortable leather chairs, you can take your pick of where you want to recline and forget about the outside world. When you are feeling ready for something more energetic ARBEMA has an extensive range of toys and tenders, so you can really make the most of the clear Caribbean seas.
ARBEMA’s accommodation is equally impressive. Her master suite, complete with impressive onyx wall bathroom is on the main deck, whilst the VIP cabin benefits from superb views on the upper deck. Four doubles on the lower level, two of which convert into twin cabins, make up the remainder of the sleeping options.
Elsewhere a glamorous main salon and skylounge, impressive entertainment facilities, and a shaded area amidships with a sleek bar, barbecue station, games table and gym equipment make ARBEMA the yacht of choice if you want to combine socializing and entertaining, alongside complete relaxation.
There are few better places to completely unwind in the winter months than the captivatingly beautiful cruising grounds of the Caribbean.
Take your pick from over 7,000 lush islands and enjoy dazzling beaches, wonderful weather and crystal clear seas. From the secret coves and teeming reefs of the Virgin Islands to the vibrant carnivals and abundant wildlife of Trinidad and Tobago, a Caribbean yacht charter is the ultimate escape from life on land. To find out more, check out our guide to yacht charter in the Caribbean.