New to the Yacht Charter Fleet

Several management companies have recently welcomed yachts that are now accepting inquiries.
Azimut Yachts Grande 36
Ocean One is a 116-foot Azimut Yachts Grande 36 that accommodates 12 guests and it has an infinity pool. Courtesy Althaus Yachts

Several of the world’s leading charter-management companies have welcomed new yachts into their fleets, with inquiries for bookings now being accepted.

Althaus Yachts has added the 116-foot Azimut Grande 36 Ocean One to the charter fleet in the Mediterranean. This yacht is a brand-new, 2023 build that comes with quite the sexy tender: a 60-knot Brabus Shadow 900 Sun-Top Stealth Green Signature Edition. Ocean One can accommodate 12 guests, and has guest amenities including an infinity pool.

Donna Del Mare
The 132-foot Donna Del Mare will be chartering in the Adriatic from April through September. Courtesy Fraser

Also new to the fleet, with Fraser, is the 132-foot Aegean yacht Donna Del Mare. This yacht is currently completing a refit, with charters expected to be available in the Adriatic Sea between early April and mid-September. Accommodations are for 12 guests along with four supernumeraries such as nannies and bodyguards. Guest amenities include two bars and a sundeck hot tub.

156-foot CMB Fortuna
Fortuna, 156-foot CMB, has a host of amenities, including a gymnasium, beach club, hot tub, DJ console and more. Courtesy Fraser

Fraser is also now offering the 156-foot CMB Fortuna for charter in the Mediterranean. This 2023 build has an Espen Øino exterior, interiors by Art-Bel Design, and accommodations for 10 or 11 guests in five staterooms. Guest amenities include a hot tub, barbecue, DJ console, gymnasium and waterside beach club. A 43-foot Venom chase tender is part of the charter package.

For those interested in cruising the waters around Greece, Artemisea is available and accommodates 10 guests in five staterooms. Courtesy IYC

Also new to the charter fleet is the 146-foot Intermarine Artemisea, which IYC is offering in Greece. Accommodations are for 10 guests in five staterooms, including a full-beam master. This yacht underwent what IYC calls a major refit this year. Guest amenities include a sundeck hot tub, and IYC says the yacht’s fuel consumption is low.

Alaya, built in 1965, was refitted in 2023. The superyacht originally took design inspiration from World War II torpedo boats. Courtesy IYC

IYC’s offerings in Greece also now include the 108-foot Lurssen Alaya, which is a classic build from 1965. Alaya was “meticulously refitted” in 2023, according to the charter company, creating the combination of a classic yacht with updated, modern comforts. The original owners modeled the yacht after World War II torpedo boats, giving the yacht a touch of history as well. Accommodations are for 10 or 11 guests in five staterooms, and the owner will consider inquiries for corporate or personal events.

154-foot Feadship Lady Victoria
In the Caribbean, the 154-foot Feadship Lady Victoria is available. The yacht accommodates 12 guests in seven staterooms. Courtesy Edmiston

But wait, there’s more: Also new to the charter fleet, with Edmiston, is the 154-foot Feadship Lady Victoria. This 2015 build, which is accepting inquiries for the Caribbean, was most recently refitted in 2022. Accommodations are for 12 guests in their choice of seven staterooms, with interior design by RWD. Exteriors on this yacht are by Dubois.

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