Northrop and Johnson has signed the 228-foot Tankoa Suerte to the charter fleet. The 2015 build is a Francesco Paszkowski design that accommodates 12 guests in six staterooms at a weekly base rate of about $586,000.
Suerte‘s master suite consumes the bridge deck and offers 180-degree views. It includes a private study and personal deck space with a hot tub. The remaining five guest staterooms are on the main deck, with a VIP, two doubles and two staterooms that can be configured with queen or twin beds. A sofabed is in the sky lounge, which can convert to a sixth stateroom for a bodyguard, nanny or other staff.
Onboard amenities include a water-level beach club, opening balconies where massages are offered, a gymnasium, a steam room, indoor and outdoor dining, and a helipad that converts to a dance floor. An elevator goes all the way to the crow’s nest for charter guests wanting ultimate privacy with bird’s-eye views.
For kids of all ages: water toys aboard Suerte include Jet Skis, Seabobs, scuba gear, a water slide, inflatable tow toys, standup paddleboards, wakeboards, kayaks and water skis.
Summer charter destinations: Suerte is expected to cruise the whole of the Mediterranean, with charter dates open from the French Riviera to Italy, Croatia, Greece and Turkey.