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It’s Time to Learn the ABCs

The 86-foot Sunseeeker Lilly is now chartering in Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao.

October 6, 2014
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Sunseeker Lilly

Sunseeker Lilly

Lilly accommodates eight guests in four staterooms. She’s a 2012 build. Courtesy Sunseeker

Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao are not typically included in lists of Caribbean yacht charter destinations, but a handful of proper yachts are now calling the ABCs their home base, and the newest is the 86-foot Sunseeker Lilly.

She just joined the charter fleet at Ocean Independence, with availability starting the first week of November. Lilly will be based in Curacao year-round, offering substantial local knowledge and making the most of average month-to-month temperatures of about 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

Lilly accommodates eight guests in four staterooms. She’s a 2012 build. According to the Sunseeker website, the model is capable of top speeds near 30 knots — plenty fast for a one-week itinerary in this southern Caribbean archipelago. The lowest weekly base rate is $35,000.

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For more information about Lilly, head over to www.oceanindependence.com.

To learn more about chartering in the ABCs, see our 2013 feature article about charter in Curacao aboard the 85-foot sailing yacht Domicil.

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