The sky lounge aboard King Baby has an 84-inch television with what is marketed as a “mega sound system,” allowing charter guests to immerse themselves in a theater-quality movie night.
Britain’s Brooks Motor Craft built Eros in 1939 as a private yacht. The Royal Navy then commandeered her for use in World War II. She has since been restored to her original glory for charter.
Cocktails has all the luxury comforts you would expect on a charter yacht of her size, plus she gives fishing enthusiasts a 35-foot, fully rigged Intrepid with twin 350 hp Yamaha engines for offshore runs.
Siete made waves in New England last summer when her chef and stewardess both earned awards in the Newport Charter Yacht Show’s culinary and tablescaping competition.
Victorian Rose, launched in 1963, was stripped to bare metal and restored. She is now ideal for two couples or a family, with a master and a twin-berth stateroom.