Superyacht ‘Mamma Mia’ Announces Availability in Mexico
The 37m/120ft motor yacht ‘Mamma Mia’ is one of the rare luxury yachts taking bookings for charters along the Pacific coast of Mexico in summer 2016.
Based in Puerto Vallarta, Mamma Mia is a beautiful example of the ever-popular Benetti Classic 120. Boasting an elegant design with all the latest systems and amenities, she is in optimum condition for cruising amongst the diverse landscapes of Mexico’s west coast and Baja Peninsula.
With an emphasis on space and comfort, the motor yacht features an expansive exterior and interior. A spa pool and bar are located on the sundeck, while the bridge deck and main deck aft are home to ample areas to dine, relax and socialise in as Mexico’s spectacular natural wonders and fragments of ancient civilisations pass by.
A widened forward superstructure fitted with panoramic windows create a bright and open interior on board motor yacht Mamma Mia, styled by Zuretti Interior Design. A refined main salon with a lounge and dining area combines dark timbers with cream furnishings, and a sky lounge on the bridge deck creates an extra place in which to entertain guests or sit back with a book.
Mamma Mia’s accommodation offer consists of a master suite, benefitting from impressive views forward, three double cabins and one twin cabin. In total, she can sleep 12 guests.
Other notable amenities include a central entertainment media centre, a games table and exercise equipment, ideal for those you want to maintain their exercise regime while on vacation.
An extended garage allows for the storage of extra tenders and water toys such as waverunners, water skis, snorkelling gear and fishing equipment. This enables charter guests to make the most of the azure waters and fantastic snorkelling opportunities.
Capable of reaching a top seed of 15 knots, she cruises at 12 knots.
If you would like more information on chartering M/Y Mamma Mia, please contact your preferred charter broker.
Alternatively, have a look at all superyachts available to charter in Central America.