Main deck lounge
Main deck dining

NOMAD Motor yacht for charter

55m (180.4ft)|12 guests in 6 cabins
Rate from (per week)
USD 308,000

If you’re seeking a unique charter adventure, look no further – you’ve found it. NOMAD is both the name and the spirit of this yacht as she follows the path less travelled. Truly a free-spirited wanderer, NOMAD will not fail to enthral, offering more life-enriching experiences than any other yacht.

NOMAD
Main deck lounge
Main deck dining
Master cabin with private balcony
Master bathroom en suite
Master bathroom en suite
Main deck VIP double/twin cabin
Lower deck double cabin
Lower deck double cabin
Lower deck double/twin cabin
Children's cabin
Guest shower room
Guest shower room
Sky lounge
Bridge deck dining and lounging
Bridge deck dining
Sun deck bar
Sun deck lounging area
Sun deck jacuzzi
14.3m chase boat
Extensive watertoy selection
Watersports and beach set up
Watersports
14.3m chase boat
Aerial view
  • 14.3m chase boat for watersports and fishing trips
  • Offered for the first time on the charter market
  • Fold-out balcony in the master suite
  • Sky lounge with custom-made football table
  • Flexible accommodation for up to 12 guests in six cabins, including a children’s cabin with four bunk beds
  • Impressive sun deck with jacuzzi, pizza oven, movie screen and gym equipment
  • Unrivalled off the beaten track cruising knowledge

About NOMAD

Description

If you’re seeking a unique charter adventure, look no further – you’ve found it. NOMAD is both the name and the spirit of this yacht as she follows the path less travelled. Truly a free-spirited wanderer, NOMAD will not fail to enthral, offering more life-enriching experiences than any other yacht.


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As you traverse the exotic and pristine backwaters of the world, NOMAD’s skilled 13-member crew provides a seven-star service. Whether you’ve spent the day climbing a volcano or zip-lining through a jungle canopy, her impressive 14.3m (47ft) chase tender, fully kitted out for sportfishing, is ready at the drop of a hat to swiftly deliver you back to the yacht in time for a sundowner cocktail in the jacuzzi.

NOMAD offers an array of toys around its expansive inflatable dock and seapool. With an inflatable slide from the sun deck, three waverunners and wakeboards towed by the yacht's ski-boat, there's no shortage of entertainment.

The main deck master suite, with its walk-in wardrobe and en suite bath and shower room, spans the full beam. In the morning, unfold your private balcony and savor a private breakfast above the waves. With a VIP cabin next door, NOMAD caters to various groups, from friends and young families to multi-family parties.

For an extraordinary experience, an immersion in unspoiled nature, and an appreciation for the world's wonders, NOMAD is the adventurer’s yacht of choice.

Specification & rates
Summer cruising South Pacific - Fiji USD 308,000/USD 343,000 per week (low/high)
Winter cruising Caribbean & Central America USD 308,000/USD 343,000 per week (low/high)
Built 2019, Amels, The Netherlands
Length 55m (180.4ft)
Guests 12
No. of guest cabins 6
Crew 13
Beam 9.4m (30.8ft)
Draft 4.8m (15.7ft)
Gross tonnage 671
Maximum speed 15.5 knots
Cruising speed 13 knots
Cabin types 6 (3 × double, 3 × double/twin)
Notes
Not available for charter to US residents while in US waters.
Tenders & toys

Tenders & toys

  • 3 × Tenders
  • 1 × Deck jacuzzi
  • Waterslide
  • Aquapark
  • Inflatable platform
  • RYA training centre for jetskis & waverunners
  • 2 × Waverunners
  • 3 × SeaBobs
  • 1 × eFoil
  • 4 × Kayaks
  • 5 × Stand up paddleboards
  • Wakeboard
  • Wakesurf
  • Surfboard
  • Waterskis
  • Inflatable tows
  • Scuba diving equipment
  • Fishing gear
  • Snorkelling gear
Fitness & wellness

Fitness equipment

  • Pedal bike
  • Treadmill

Wellness

  • Hammam/Steam room
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Fiji

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Kanu
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Chi Spa
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Quan is a source of pure water, and this spa at the Marriott Resort in Momi Bay places soothing water at the heart of the experience with treatments using Thalgo products made with ingredients from the sea.
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Feeling intrepid? Trek to Nalauwaki's mountainous peak for stunning views and bathing in the natural springs.
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Nalova Bay
Home to a protected marine reserve, this is a great place to dive with black- and white-tipped reef sharks, lemon sharks and bull sharks.
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Baravi Spa
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Meke dance
Celebrate Fijian culture with displays of traditional meke, with men and women story-telling through the medium of dance.
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Swim with mantas
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Tokoriki spa
When you're done snorkelling or diving the reef around it, Tokoriki Island has a resort and spa, enjoy a pampering couples’ massage at sunrise by professionally certified therapists.
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Firewalking on Beqa Island
Watch the incredible Beqa firewalkers walking over blazing hot rocks with their skin protected from burning by their spirit gods.
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Rabi Island
This archipelago to the northeast of Fiji is home to local customs, handmade crafts and native island dancers in Naku.
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Snorkel Malolo Barrier Reef
The Mamanuca Islands have vibrant coral reefs and a huge variety of tropical fish. Malolo itself is protected by a barrier reef thriving with marine life.
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Sawa-i-lau
At the heart of the Yasawa Islands, in the Blue Lagoon, these limestone caves are a must-see, with natural light filtering down through a hole at the top.
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Valeni Sasauni Spa
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Fiji Beach Spa
Immerse yourself in soothing spa treatments to the gentle sounds of ripples at the water’s edge only a few steps away.
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Dakuniba Pass
Anchor here for some spectacular scuba diving on the Rainbow Reef, teaming with soft corals and tropical fish, and the Great White Wall, so named for the hard corals stretching down into the blue.
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Ringgold Group
On the northern edge of the Fiji island group, these islands are virtually untouched by civilisation. Explore Cobia’s Crater, a sunken volcano that you can walk around and kayak across.
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Giant Clam Farming Project
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Diving, Qamea Island
Scuba dive incredible hard and soft coral gardens and try your hand at underwater photography at this PADI 5-star dive centre with local instructors and guides.
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Bouma National Park
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Lavena Coastal Walk
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Tavarua Island
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Blue Lagoon
Snorkel the ‘soft coral capital of the world’. Warm, great visibility and rainbows of fish and coral.
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Monuriki Island
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