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Superyacht ‘Four Wishes’ Reduces Charter Rate In The Bahamas

By Oliver Pearson   30 March 2017

Refit to an incredible standard in 2015, the 44m/144ft motor yacht ‘Four Wishes’ is currently reducing her weekly base rate by $20,000 for charters in the Bahamas.

Undergoing a total transformation less than two years ago, Four Wishes is a motor yacht all but designed for the sun-drenched cruising grounds of the Bahamas. The newly installed alfresco dining area and Jacuzzi, for instance, are ideal when it comes to experiencing the tropical hotspot.

What’s more, the addition of all new soft furnishings in the communal and guest spaces means that when returning to the interior, charter guests are treated to only the most attractive of surroundings.

With her current offer making her all but unmissable, the thoughtfully designed cabin configuration of Four Wishes means that up to 12 guests can enjoy her as part of a private yacht charter vacation.

As well as an informal main salon, superyacht Four Wishes also includes a comfortably furnished full-beam sky lounge to provide an attractive social alternative once guests have returned from the water. With a 50-inch television screen and state of the art soundsystem, this area can be instantly transformed into a home cinema for guests to enjoy the latest blockbusters in.

For the more adventurous and playful guests on board, Four Wishes comes with an assortment of water toys including Waverunners, sea scooters, water-skis and a large inflatable waterslide.

Spanning two decks, guest accommodation on board the superyacht comes in the shape of a single master cabin and 6 double staterooms, 2 of which can be converted to make twins.

Complete with the latest luxuries and features, superyacht Four Wishes is perfect for cruising in the Bahamas

In order to find out more regarding M/Y Four Wishes, please get in touch with your preferred charter broker.

Alternatively, take a look at all of the superyachts which are available for charter in the Bahamas.


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