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Bahamas Charter Options from Denison Yachting

Denison Yachting has several charter yachts in the Bahamas this winter.

January 17, 2018
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Far From It, Richmond Shipyard
The Vancouver-based Richmond Shipyard built Far From It in 2008. Courtesy Denison Yacht Sales

Denison Yachting—which is now accepting bitcoin as payment for yacht-charter bookings—has several yachts open for bookings in the Bahamas this winter.

The Denison charter fleet’s flagship, 196-foot Abeking & Rasmussen Elysian, is there, taking 12 guests at a lowest weekly base rate of $400,000. She charters with a 31-foot center console for exploring the shallows, a 24-foot wooden tender for going ashore and a 21-foot RIB for water sports.

Denison Yachting—which is now accepting bitcoin as payment for yacht-charter bookings—has several yachts open for bookings in the Bahamas this winter.

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The Denison charter fleet’s flagship, 196-foot Abeking & Rasmussen Elysian, is there, taking 12 guests at a lowest weekly base rate of $400,000. She charters with a 31-foot center console for exploring the shallows, a 24-foot wooden tender for going ashore and a 21-foot RIB for water sports.

Other options for Bahamas yacht charter this winter with Denison include the 142-foot Richmond Far From It, the 116-foot Hargrave Renaissance and the 110-foot Lazzara Le Reve.

Cruise a little to the north: The 106-foot Broward Breakaway is open for charter not only in the Bahamas, but also in the Turks and Caicos archipelago.

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Take the next step: contact charter broker Susan Harris here .

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