Recently Refit and Ready to Charter

Cruise in comfort and style on one of these 5 charter yacht options that have been recently upgraded.

Free Spirit

Free Spirit is part of the Sunreef Yachts Charter fleet. Her weekly base rate is about $34,500.Courtesy Sunreef Yachts Charter

As you read this, the 70-foot Sunreef Free Spirit should be completing her interior refit. She is a 2008 build that accommodates eight guests. Look for her in the West Mediterranean this summer.


Edmiston markets Bina at a lowest weekly base rate of about $161,000 for 10 guests.Courtesy Edmiston

Bina is a 142-foot Mondomarine that got a refit in 2015, inside and out. As you can see in the photograph at right, her interior now has a dark wood sole, light furnishings, and pops of color in the accents. Bina is expected to charter this summer in the West Mediterranean.


For charter with Hill Robinson, Kanaloa has a weekly base rate of about $150,000 for 12 guests.Courtesy Hill Robinson

In 2015, Kanaloa — which had a top reputation for charter in the past — completed what Hill Robinson is calling more of a restoration than a refit, bringing the 1996 build back up to par and then some.


Part of the Nicholson Yachts charter fleet, Eros has a weekly base rate of $42,000.Courtesy Nicholson Yachts

Brooks Motor Craft in Britain launched the 115-foot Eros in 1939. Her current owners bought her in 1992, and they have been working toward a museum-quality restoration ever since. Most recently, they added new upholstery, deck furniture and more.

Never Enough

RJC Yachts offers this 157-foot Trinity at a weekly base rate of $150,000 for 10 or 11 guests.Zack Labos

Never Enough launched in 2006 and has finished several refits since. Her newest addition is a 37-foot Intrepid tender with drop-down dive door. She charters in Florida and the Bahamas.