Tranquility is a 2014 build with a cruising range of 5,000 nautical miles. The yacht is certified to Lloyd’s Ice Class E and has navigational equipment that includes what Camper & Nicholsons calls “sonars for detecting uncharted rocks and ice growlers.”
“We are all seeing a desire from clients to venture to these distant ‘untouched’ parts of the world. Charter has evolved,” charter manager Nicole Terry stated in a press release. “Guests want to explore and have these once-in-a-lifetime experiences in parts of the world that only a superyacht can take you, and of course Tranquility is more than happy to oblige.”
Guest amenities aboard Tranquility include a fitness center, “experiential showers,” a massage and treatment room, a hair and beauty salon, a hammam steam room and a Finnish sauna.
Accommodations are for 18 guests in nine staterooms, or as many as 22 guests with the use of two convertible cabins. Two of the VIP staterooms are on the main deck with private balconies.
What’s the lowest weekly base rate to charter Tranquility? The lowest weekly base rate to charter in winter 2023-24 is $1.2 million, and the flat rate to charter in Antarctica is $1.6 million.
How to book a week on board: contact a charter broker at camperandnicholsons.com