The 161-foot Feadship Teleost is planning to move from the Caribbean to Panama by January, with charter itineraries available in early 2015.
“We have itineraries that can take clients from one side to the other through the Panama Canal,” said longtime Capt. Nigel Burnet. “We can do the San Blas Islands on the Caribbean side, the Las Perlas Islands on the Pacific side, Coiba National Park for scuba diving, Panama City for shopping — whatever the clients want to do. It’s all right there.”
Teleost is a 1998 build that has been meticulously maintained and upgraded. She was on display at this month’s Antigua Charter Yacht Show and looked brand-new, with a classic interior décor featuring mahogany woodwork that was recently updated with new carpeting and furniture. The audiovisual system has been upgraded to match newer builds in the charter market, as have the yacht’s toys (including an inflatable water slide). Former chef Stuart Dunsheath has returned to the charter program, too, bringing his three-Michelin-star training with him into the galley.
The lowest weekly base rate is $240,000 to charter Teleost this winter with 12 guests. Learn more at www.edmiston.com.