Hakvoort yacht Revelry
Northrop and Johnson has just welcomed the 128-foot Hakvoort Revelry to the charter fleet. The yacht will base this summer in the Mediterranean, with charter itineraries available in Southern Italy until the end of July and then in the Ionian Islands and Adriatic Sea from mid-August through the end of the summer yacht charter season.
Experienced charter clients will remember Revelry as Snowbird, which was the yacht’s name when she launched from the Dutch shipyard in 2010. The new owner, while rechristening the vessel, has retained much of the crew that made this Hakvoort a popular yacht charter option.
Revelry also has much of the same interior décor as when she was launched—modern and contemporary limited-edition prints and furnishings that make her seem almost like a floating museum. Just a few of the pieces originally on board were by Andy Warhol, Willem De Kooning, Roy Lichtenstein and Ellsworth Kelly, and only a few pieces have been removed by the new owner, according to Northrop and Johnson.
Also noteworthy is the master-cabin layout aboard Revelry. The king-size bed faces the bathroom, with no wall or door in between. The tub is in open view of the sleeping area, creating a spacious ambience, with the head and shower behind frosted glass. Four additional guest cabins are belowdecks.
Lowest weekly base rate: €145,000 (about $158,000)
Number of charter guests: 10
More information: www.northropandjohnson.com