Classic yachting redefined.

Classic yachting redefined.

Burgess is delighted to introduce a fleet within a fleet: the classic yachts. The joy of a retro styled classic yacht is that you can authentically revisit and relive a point in time without sacrificing all the comfort and convenience of modern yachting. The possibilities of a themed charter for family and friends are very tempting.


12 guests, 6 cabins | from EUR 322,000 pw

The first yacht is the 61.3m (201.1ft) KATHARINE, immaculately refurbished in 2017. Immediately she draws you back through the years with her canoe stern, high sides and low slung superstructure, echoing the days of Onassis and Jackie even though she was delivered in 2000. Indulge yourself in classic jet set style on a yacht with huge deck spaces, including an alluring mosaic lined sun deck jacuzzi and a huge beach club and swim platform cleverly designed into her stern. Inside she stays true to the time with warm, welcoming wooden panelling in the gentlemen's club style and there are echoes of the Baroque in the furniture and fittings. Settle down with an aperitif and enjoy lounge bar classics on the self playing baby grand piano.


12 guests, 6 cabins | from EUR 140,000 pw

The 47.5m (155.8ft) VA BENE brings us forward to the modern era, the age of the internet and gaming. In the 1990s, MTV was a major entertainment staple and record label bosses and rock gods the world over would retreat to yachts to escape the endless scrutiny of the public eye and enjoy their private lives with a degree of normality. With spacious interiors and a large elevated sun deck, she encapsulates the era with her linear styling and clean, uncomplicated lines. If your life is lived at the speed of light and everyone wants a piece of you, this is a yacht designed to help you decompress, de-stress and focus on the best things in life. Ciao! Come stai?


8 guests, 5 cabins | from GBP 56,000 pw

Finally we have a 36.9m (121.1ft) portal back into the hedonistic glamour of the Roaring Twenties in the heartbreakingly pretty shape of FAIR LADY. Built by British shipyard Camper & Nicholsons in 1928 and sensitively restored to retain many of her original features while discreetly adding all of today's technology, she is a genuine time capsule. To step on board is to be transported back to the carefree days of the first movie stars like Chaplin and Keaton, Wodehouse's Jeeves and Wooster and Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby. She is living history in vivid colour and exquisite detail.


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