- Recently refitted
- Balcony off of the main deck lounge
- Exercise equipment
- 11m Scout tender rigged for fishing plus cabin (2021)
- Shaded deck dining & deck areas
- Zero speed stabilisers to reduce any rolling motion while at anchor
Specification & rates
|Summer cruising Bahamas
|USD 72,000/USD 80,000 per week (low/high)
|Winter cruising Bahamas
|USD 72,000/USD 80,000 per week (low/high)
|2012 (refitted 2021), Custom Line (Ferretti), Italy
|No. of guest cabins
|Fuel consumption at cruising speed
|1,154 litres per hour
|5 (3 × double, 2 × twin, 2 × additional berths)
Tenders & toys
Tenders & toys
- 1 × Towed tender
- Inflatable platform
- 2 × Waverunners
- 2 × SeaBobs
- 3 × Underwater scooters
- 1 × Jetsurf
- 2 × Stand up paddleboards
- Inflatable tows
- Fishing gear
- Snorkelling gear
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Explore the Bahamas
Inside the glowing green arch on Paradise Island you'll find exquisite local produce artfully fashioned into traditional Japanese cuisine with influences from Peru and Europe.
25˚ North, Baha Bay Beach Club
Cuisine and cocktails inspired by the Californian coast, this restaurant on Nassau celebrates locally sourced, sustainable and seasonal ingredients.
The Cove Pool
The Cove at Atlantis, positioned between Cove and Paradise beaches, this huge pool is lined with palms, cabanas and two infinity pools. Ask your personal cabana butler about spa treatments.
Spa at Baha Mar
This certified ESPA in Nassau uses massages and facials, mani-pedis, and complete body treatments for women, men, and teens to help guests achieve oneness with the Bahamian natural beauty.
Australian chef Madelene Pedican reflects her travels with an eclectic menu taking in European, American and Asian influences using the very best local produce at this fabulous restaurant on Harbour Island.
Blue Bar & Kitchen, Pinks Sands Resort
Enjoy beautiful breakfasts and smoothies on a terrace overlooking the iconic pink sand beach or lunch on some Bahamian classics.
Open for lunch or dinner, this beach bar serves American and Asian dishes prepared with only the best fresh local produce.
A '60s themed luxe beach shack with a terrace overlooking the beach. Expect relaxed fine dining on modern Mediterranean dishes with a Bahamian twist.
Executive Chef Jason Wallace serves contemporary and Bahamian dishes in a rustic-chic wood-beamed shack between the beach and the landing strip.
Latitude 25, Coral Sands
At this Harbour Island restaurant, expect the finest local ingredients in globetrotting dishes created by Executive Chef Ludovic Jarland served on a terrace overlooking the pool and the ocean beyond.
Sea Level, Staniel Cay Yacht Club
Call ahead on the VHF, moor your yacht on the club's quay and dine on rock solid Bahamian classics in a restaurant that has been delighting guests since 1956.
The Boathouse, Valentines Resort & Marina
Another restaurant with its own marina, call ahead on the VHF and enjoy a unique yacht chartering experience. The restaurant serves Bahamian cuisine in a New England beach house-style room right on the water.
Dine inside at the Chef's Table or outside by the pool overlooking the Government Dock, on exquisite favourites from around the world. Inspired cocktails, great wine list too.
Acquapazza, Romora Bay Resort
Situated atop the hill on Harbour Island, this restaurant serves Italian dishes with an inspired Bahamian twist, such as eggplant parmigiana with conch and fresh tuna carpaccio with local arugula.
Nipper's Beach Bar & Grill
Casual dining at this laid-back lunch shack right on the beach in Great Guana Cay. Enjoy conch, lobster, grilled fresh fish and burgers.
Great Guana Cay
Grabber's Bar & Grill
Comfort food aplenty from wings to burgers, pizzas to poke bowls. West facing, it's a great spot to turn up, grab a cocktail and watch the sunset.
Great Guana Cay
No one knows how they got here, because they're not native, but one thing's for sure, they're here and they're a huge hit with visitors.
Big Major Cay
If you have a taste for a thrill while on your yacht charter, visit this exhilarating diving spot in Shroud Cay. Jump into the current at the mouth of this river and enjoy strong tidal currents sweeping your round the sandy peninsula ending in a reef.
Glass Window Bridge
At Eleuthera's thinnest point a bridge has replaced and natural rock arch that formed the 'glass window'. On one side the deep blue Atlantic, on the other, the turquoise of the Bight of Eleuthera.
Mount Alvernia Hermitage
At the highest point in The Bahamas, a giddy 63m (206ft), Monsignor John Hawes built The Hermitage, a small medieval-style monastery, in 1939, where he could contemplate in peace.
Tartar Bank, Cat Island
Off the south of the island, this pinnacle rises from 1,500m to just 12m, making it a great feeding station that attracts yellowfin tuna, blue marlin and mahi mahi. Spectacular sportfishing.
Conception Island National Park
This pristine beauty is a sanctuary for migratory birds, nesting sea birds and green turtles and protects miles of pink sand beaches, sandstone cliffs, mangroves and abundant wildlife.
Albany Golf Course
An 18-hole championship course designed by Ernie Els with links and desert features that hosts the PGA Tour's Hero World Challenge.
Albany Spa & Wellness Center
Led by the NEXUS Wellness Collective, this centre offers traditional and advanced treatments from diagnostics, biotherapies, nail services, wellness retreats, nutrition and aesthetics.
Marina, Compass Cay
Anchor off or take a berth and go swimming with the 'pet' nurse sharks, explore Compass Cay’s 13 beaches or go fishing for grouper, snapper, wahoo and mahi mahi.
Rachel's Bubble Bath
In the north of Compass Cay is one of the Bahamas' finest swimming holes, where a natural phenomenon causes water from the sea to crash over a rocky ridge the results being a luxurious bubble bath effect, hence the name.
One of the most photographed wrecks in the world, this Curtiss C-46 Commando has lay dormant since 1980 and is now a well known anchorage for fishing boats.
Boo Boo Hill, Warderick Wells
The highest hill on the Cay, surrounded by blowholes nestling in mangroves, is, according to local legend, home to the lost souls of a ship that foundered nearby. While at anchor, write your yacht’s name on a piece of driftwood and place it with hundreds of others atop the hill.
This hollow rock with a hole in the top featured in the eponymous Bond movie. Swim with the abundant fish and watch for the legendary 'green flash' as the sun sets below the horizon.
Flat Rock Reef, Rose Island
Swim with nurse sharks and stingrays, gliding between the coral heads, and you may see the turtles drawn here by the eel grass.
A collection of 11 resort islands owned by magician David Copperfield. Venture ashore for the gym, beachfront movies, hiking trails and several dining options.
If you anchor off this tree-covered island and tender ashore you will be treated to seeing the equally famous Bahamian swimming pigs.
Exuma Cays Land and Sea National Park
In 1958, this became the first land and sea park to protect its environment. It's a pristine stretch of water where wildlife and marine life are cherished and protected. No fishing!
Sperm whale, Warderick Wells
A sperm whale allegedly died after ingesting a plastic bag in 1995. Its skeleton is now displayed for posterity in the Exuma Land and Sea National Park.
Anchor to the west of the shore and explore The Aquarium, a beautiful coral garden with a blizzard of colourful fish. There's also a plane wreck 500m to the south.
Something for everyone here with caves to explore, waves to surf, reefs to discover while snorkelling and some great sportfishing with wahoo, sailfish and blue marlin.
Anchor on the west side of Warderick Wells and enjoy a visit to Exuma Land and Sea Park. For some further exploration there is also a lair where infamous pirate Blackbeard used to hide out.
Allans-Pensacola Cay famously used to be two islands before they conjoined, hence the name. ‘It’s untouched, ripe for exploration, ’Anchor at the west end of the island and enjoy the Cay and all its beauty.
A gentle, Provence rosé colour by day becomes a vivid pink by night. The colour is due to tiny fragments of red and pink foraminifera shells washed in from nearby reefs.
Protected by its off-lying reef these shallow waters are delightfully warm and sheltered. It's a wonderful place for snorkelling or try your hand at bonefishing.
Arrive in the marina in the south of Highbourne Cay and choose one of the eight beaches within walking distance to discover one of The Bahamas' best-kept secrets.
Quite simply one of the best beaches in the entire archipelago. Swim from the Atlantic to the Caribbean, explore caves on the Caribbean side, enjoy a beach BBQ on the Atlantic side and, for the more adventurous, trek to the lighthouse.
Fine-tune your wine tasting skills, stock up your cellar, or just pick a bottle to have with dinner... A visit to this wine and spirits boutique is an immersive educational experience worth including on your yacht charter itinerary - school has never been so much fun!
Party like a local at Daddy D’s Night Club with great tunes and vibes. Choose their Live Lounge for island beats blending Calypso and Reggae, or Throwback Thursdays for retro tracks.
Whether you want to hang by the pool or party all night, Club Waterloo is the destination. During the daytime enjoy the lake views and fresh, local-produce menu, and stay on into the evening for the resident DJ.
Part of the Atlantic’ resort, you’ll find Dragons just off the Casino floor and just a few steps away from the gaming action. So you can indulge in a flutter before a boogie.
A 9,000 square-foot nightclub in Nassau which will give you the VIP treatment in luxury surroundings. Professional dancers and famous DJs elevate the whole experience to a world-class level.
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