Megayacht Owner Starts Charter Firm

Fleet Miami is being marketed as the NetJets of the yachting world.

MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor, who owns the 154-foot Delta Usher and the 147-foot Feadship Harle, has opened a charter company called Fleet Miami that he is positioning as the NetJets of the yachting world.

Memberships start at $250,000 for 250 credits and go up to $1 million for 1,000 credits, according to The Washington Post. The Fleet Miami website focuses on charter itineraries in south Florida and Bahamas, and a seven-day charter in the Florida Keys reportedly can cost about 300 to 350 credits, depending on the yacht.

Usher and Harle — both long a part of the Northrop and Johnson charter fleet —are listed as available on the Fleet Miami website, as are yachts that range in size down to 36 feet LOA.


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