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At Last: The Return

The popular 145-foot Heesen has a new owner, new interior and new charter captain.

March 3, 2014
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145-foot Heesen motoryacht At Last for charter

The 145-foot Heesen At Last is returning to charter in the Bahamas with a new captain and a recent refit.

The 145-foot Heesen_ At Last_, long a popular option for crewed yacht charter in the Bahamas, has just completed a substantial interior refit and will begin accepting bookings under new ownership at the end of March.

Management company Churchill Yacht Partners says_ At Last_ now has new carpeting, wall coverings, furniture, window shades, deck cushions and more that give the 1990 build a contemporary interior style. The refit also included an upgrade to the audiovisual systems.

Capt. Vincent Lauro, who earned strong references as the charter captain aboard the 132-foot Amels Monte Carlo, is now at the helm of At Last with a new crew of seven. At Last — long known for serious water sports, including being among the first charter yachts with a water slide — now also will have a dive master and dive instructor onboard for guests interested in scuba.

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The lowest weekly base rate is $125,000 for 10 or 11 guests in five staterooms. Visit www.churchillyachts.com for more information.

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