Want to Charter in New England This Summer?

The 150-foot Delta Avalon has dates available for bookings.

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Delta Avalon
The 150-foot Delta Avalon was built in 2009 and can sleep 10 or 12 guests. Courtesy Ocean Independence

Ocean Independence says the 150-foot Delta Avalon is heading back to New England this year for its fourth summer season there, with dates still available for charter bookings.

Avalon is a 2009 build that is best-suited for 10 guests but can sleep as many as 12 guests, if the charter party includes children.

The main-deck master has an office and oversized hot tub. There are four guest staterooms along with a multipurpose fifth stateroom that can be used by two adults, a nanny or children.

Dining spaces are on the main and bridge decks, and there’s a sky lounge that can be used for movie nights. The yacht also has a three-story water slide, as well as a fishing program with a 43-foot Jupiter towed tender for guests who like to wet a line.

What’s the lowest weekly base rate to charter Avalon this summer? It’s $160,000.

How to book a week on board: contact a charter broker at oceanindependence.com

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