Five Amazing Luxury Charter Yacht Refits

Five luxury charter yachts that have undergone impressive refits.

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Four Wishes
She takes 10 to 12 guests at a weekly base rate of $170,000, with Ocean Independence. Four Wishes, a 144-foot Palmer Johnson, has earned top marks from charter clients for quite a few years. She now offers an all-new interior, installed by her new owner, who kept many of the same, popular charter crew.
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Seven Sins
Her weekly base rate is $125,000 for 10 guests, through Yachting Partners International. When Heesen built Seven Sins in 2005, she was 135 feet length overall. She is now 143 feet after an extension of her bow — versus the more common stern extension. The redesign includes updated crew quarters.
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Alaska of Georgetown
Part of the Fraser Yachts Worldwide charter fleet, her weekly base rate is about $120,000. The 144-foot Alaska of Georgetown, built in 2004 by Shipworks Brisbane, entered the charter fleet in late July following an interior and technical refit. She accommodates nine guests.
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Malahne
Edmiston and Co. markets her for nine guests at a weekly base rate of about $148,000. Camper & Nicholsons built the 165-foot Malahne in 1937, and Pendennis just completed her 30-month restoration. She has quite a history, once being used by a producer of Lawrence of Arabia.
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Unbridled
She accommodates eight guests at a weekly base rate of $60,000, through Northrop & Johnson. The owner of the 116-foot Crescent Unbridled invested more than $6 million in her refit, including a theater-quality entertainment system. For extra fun, she tows a 26-foot Chris-Craft.
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