New Yachts Ranging From Classic To Modern

These classic yachts and modern yachts are fully upgraded and offer exceptional amenities.

August 25, 2016
New Yachts Ranging From Classic To Modern
Fraser Yachts, Charter, Antara
Antara: This 150-foot Perini Navi just finished a refit in April. She charters with Fraser Yachts. Courtesy Fraser Yachts

Upgrades Abound

Antara is a 1991 build with a surprising number of modern amenities. Her refit earlier this year included upgraded Wi-Fi and a new entertainment system with speakers on the flybridge. It’s OK to crank the volume: Extra sound insulation was added in the guest staterooms.

Camper & Nicholsons, Taransay, Charter Yacht
Taransay: The 127-foot Rossinavi Taransay is a new-build replica of a classic, with Camper & Nicholsons. Courtesy Camper & Nicholsons

A Modern Classic

Taransay is a 2015 build that is a replica of a 1930s gentleman’s yacht. She has all the technology of a modern vessel with the styling of her predecessor. Note the traditional shape of the windows in the photo at right.

Katya, charter, yacht
Katya: This elegant 150-foot Delta is available for charter with Northrop & Johnson. Courtesy Northrop & Johnson

Welcome Aboard

The new captain aboard Katya, Whitney B. Reiter, brings 16 years’ worth of experience with him to the charter program. Katya also just added a 36-foot Palmetto towed tender for fishing and exploring.

Charter yacht, Shamanna, Edmiston
Shamanna: Nautor’s Swan launched this 115-footer earlier this year. She charters with Edmiston. Courtesy Edmiston

Caribbean Debut

Shamanna will make her Caribbean debut this winter as one of the newest sailing yachts available for charter. Her Scandinavian-style interior should be welcoming after a day in the sun.

Charter, Yacht, IYC, Clarity
Clarity: IYC is promoting this 160-foot Bilgin for charter. She looks classic but is actually a 2015 build. Courtesy IYC

Virgin Islands Stunner

There is no question that Clarity will stand out amid the harbors full of sailing catamarans when she charters in the Virgin Islands this winter. Her 13-knot maximum speed is great for guests who enjoy island-hopping itineraries.


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