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Superyacht USHER Available for Christmas Charter in the Bahamas

By Editorial Team   22 October 2014

The 46m superyacht USHER has availability for luxury Christmas charters in the Bahamas

This Christmas, a yacht to the stars can be chartered for an extra special luxury yacht charter vacation. Delivered by Delta Marine in 2007, motor yacht USHER collected the accolade of 'Best Semi-Displacement Yacht' at the 2008 World Superyacht Awards. 

Juan-Carlos Espinosa and Delta Design Group combined to create an ultra-luxurious interior, elegantly styled with intricate details and an exotic range of woods to create "Polynesian chic" surroundings. An elevator transports guests with ease to-and-from her vast floors. 

A stylish bar with leather stools and a large audio-visual system, found in her main salon, create a relaxing environment indoors for guests after a day of exploring pristine beaches and sampling the delicious Bahamian seafood cuisine. 

USHER comfortably accommodates up to 12 guests within five staterooms, comprising of a master suite with its own private study, four double staterooms and two Pullman berths. 

She reaches an impressive top speed of 23 knots and cruises at 20 knots. Guests can enjoy smooth cruising thanks to her state-of-the-art at-anchor stabilizers which significantly reduce roll motion effect. 

Outdoors, a bar, al fresco dining area and sundeck Jacuzzi offer the ultimate luxuries to guests cruising Florida or the Bahamas. Her array of water toys include state-of-the-art fishing equipment, water-skis and towable toys.

To organise a luxurious Caribbean vacation on board USHER this Christmas, contact your preferred charter broker to make plans. Take our extensive Bahamas yacht charter photo tour below for inspiration for planning your itinerary. 

Alternatively, browse all superyachts for charter in the Bahamas to compare vessels which cruise in the area. 


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