Designed by Dubois Naval Archictects and built by Alloy the 174' Sailing Ketch Drumbeat (ex Salperton) is one of the largest pleasure craft ever built in New Zealand and one of the most magnificent sailing yachts launched anywhere in 2002.
World Tour, Vanuatu, Thailand, Tahiti, THE SOUTH PACIFIC, Pitcairn Islands, Phuket, New Zealand, New Caledonia, THE MEDITERRANEAN, Malaysia, Japan, French Riviera, France, Fiji, AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND, ASIA, Andaman Sea, Alaska & British Columbia, Adventure Charter, Northern Europe
Luxury Mexico and Pacific Northwest motor yacht Revelation is a large expedition yacht with sleek, yet powerful and rugged lines. She was beautifully refited in 2003 ans offers accommodation for up to 12 charter guests.
Luxury motor yacht SERENITY (ex Talos, Shogun) is a 37,19m (122’) charter yacht built by Flagship in 1993. Motor boat SERENITY is spacious and elegant and thanks to her refit in 2014 has a brand new interior. SERENITY has also been upgraded with include all new A/V systems throughout the boat which includes Apple TV’s, Kaleidescape and Wifi.
Windward Islands, US Virgin Islands, Tortola, THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, THE CARIBBEAN, St. Vincent, St. Thomas, St. Martin/St Maarten, St. Lucia, St. Kitts, St John, St Barts, Nevis, Mexico, Leeward Islands, Jost Van Dyke, BVI, British Virgin Islands, Antigua, Anguilla, AMERICA, Alaska & British Columbia
Motor yacht THE SPIRIT OF TWO THOUSAND & TEN is a 36,7m (120.5 ft) charter yacht built by Platinum Marine in 2009. She can accommodate up to 10 guests overnight and is available for luxury yacht charters in the spectacular Pacific Northwest.
Mexico & Pacific Northwest crewed motor charter yacht ‘Kayana’ is a comfortable yet serious expedition yacht. She offers comfortable accommodation for 10 charter guests and has undergone a major refit in 2002.
Sunshine Coast & Jervis Inlet, San Juans, THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, Mexico, Desolation Sound, Cancun, Belize, Baltic, Baja California, Alaska & British Columbia, Adventure Charter, Acapulco & the Mexican Riviera