Burgess is promoting a number of charter yachts in its fleet that have studies and onboard offices where guests can work remotely.
“Eighteen months ago, working from home was generally reserved for the self-employed, trendy tech start-ups and forward-thinking companies,” the company states. “Today, it has become the norm. Companies have had to embrace digital and ensure every position can effectively work from anywhere. Now, with the world opening up, where will you choose to work?”
Some options include the Mediterranean, Bahamas and Northern Europe, where Burgess has work-friendly yachts available for charter.
In the Bahamas, the company is promoting G3, a 144-foot Heesen whose master stateroom has a study. It was built as an office and can convert to a twin cabin.
In the Mediterranean, options include the 229-foot Feadship Joy, which has an office with natural daylight as well as a balcony; and the 239-foot Lurssen Titania, whose office is in the owner’s stateroom for total privacy. It has a mahogany desk and natural light.
What are the weekly base rates for these yachts with offices on board? They range widely, from about $175,000 to more than $1 million.
Take the next step: contact a charter broker at burgessyachts.com