“Exit” Enters the Charter Scene

This 88-foot Sunseeker is available for charter bookings this summer in Croatia and more.
Sunseeker 88
The 88-foot, 2023 Sunseeker Exit is on the charter market, with accommodations for up to 10 guests. Summer bookings available in Croatia, Montenegro and Slovenia. Courtesy IYC

IYC has welcomed the 88-foot Sunseeker Exit to the charter market, with bookings available this summer in Croatia, Montenegro and Slovenia.

Exit is a 2023 build that was refitted this year, with the owners adding new indoor and outdoor lighting that lets guests customize the onboard experience to match their personal preferences and moods on any given day. The refit also included the installation of new carpeting, wallpaper and artwork throughout the yacht.

The interior is described as contemporary and stylish, with wide windows in the main salon that allow guests panoramic views of the surroundings. According to the team at IYC, the way that Sunseeker designed Exit makes the yacht seem much larger than it is.

Accommodations are for a maximum of 10 guests in four staterooms. In an unusual outfitting twist, the door for the master stateroom is custom made so that the space can connect with the starboard guest stateroom, or be removed to create a unified space.

Separate quarters accommodate four crew, which is the yacht’s standard complement for charters.

Exterior guest spaces include the flybridge, which has sunbathing areas and alfresco dining. Exit also has shaded areas for outdoor guest relaxation. A hot tub is among the amenities, with a large swim platform for access to the water.

Equipment on Exit includes zero-speed stabilizers to enhance guest comfort at anchor. According to IYC, the yacht’s top speed is 26 knots with a cruising speed of 20 knots, making it a good choice for charter clients who want to spend more time in destinations and less time traveling between them.

Charter clients can pay for this booking in cryptocurrency: IYC recently announced a partnership with Bitcashier to allow the use of cryptocurrency in yacht sale and charter transactions. The system includes the use of bitcoin along with a secure payment portal, locking in the cryptocurrency price at the moment of the transaction. Bitcashier then converts the cryptocurrency into the required fiat currency, completing the transaction. According to Raphael Sauleau, the CEO of IYC: “We have carefully chosen this esteemed platform as our ally in cryptocurrency transactions, confident in their expertise and integrity. As yachting embraces new waves of clients attuned to the dynamics of a rapidly changing world, our partnership with Bitcashier symbolizes our confidence in adapting to this evolving landscape.”

Learn more about Exit and other yachts that are open for charter this summer: contact a broker at iyc.com