37m luxury sailing yacht Bliss is currently offering a special, all-inclusive deal for the remainder of the winter season in the popular charter destination – the Caribbean. For the excellent charter rate of US$ 98,000.00 per week, superyacht BLISS offers three meals per day, normal bar and table wines, generator fuel, main engine fuel for an average of three hours’ cruising per day, ship’s laundry, airport transit fees and berthing fees for the first and last night. The only items to be charged to the yacht charterer are vintage wines and champagnes, communications costs, marina fees (apart from first and last night) and any shore excursions.
Charter Yacht BLISS
Launched in 2009, the 37m (121’4”) sailing yacht Bliss was designed by the well known studio of Dubois Naval Architects and constructed in New Zealand by Yachting Developments. Bliss is one of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest composite sloops and one of the finest yachts built in its category in the recent times.
Featuring perfect blend of comfort, style and speed, the charter yacht BLISS is suitable for both racing as well as luxury chartering. A contemporary yacht with modern traits, sailing yacht BLISS’s interiors were styled by the UK based Design Unlimited. Her luxurious and striking interior design features custom glass pieces, specialist paint finishes with texture leather and shagreen wrapped panels.
Luxury sailing yacht BLISS can accommodate up to 10 family members with children, however they would prefer a maximum of 8 guests in 3 Staterooms. Her full width master cabin can be partitioned to create a smaller ‘master cabin plus twin bunk cabin’ arrangement. The “his and hers” ensuite bathrooms in the master cabin in full cabin mode become an ensuite for the master and an ensuite for the bunk cabin when the partition is in place. There are a further two queen guest staterooms which can be converted to 2 twin staterooms with Pullmans. The flexible accommodation configuration means that they yacht is equally suited to chartering with either three couples or two families with children in a very modern, stylish interior.
BLISS has a 48.3 meter carbon fiber mast and furling boom made by the Hall Spars NZ. Her composite hull and performance rig, enables her to sail efficiently in most wind conditions allowing comfortable, sedate cruising under sail or more exhilarating performance for the more adventurous. The yacht’s large fuel capacity and generous amounts of space for food storage and refrigeration enable the yacht to remain self sufficient in more remote locations for considerable lengths of time.
Sailing yacht BLISS has a great range of tenders and toys including a Castoldi 16 diesel jet and Zodiac crew tender with 9hp Outboard, Water-skis, wakeboards, inflatable’s, snorkelling gear, kayaks, and a spa pool. Rendezvous diving. Communications include Fleet broadband, wifi and 3G where available. Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities include a Kaleidescape movie server with movies and music accessible in each stateroom and in the saloon. TV’s and an Ipod docking station in each stateroom.
“The King of Yacht Charter Vacation” and a traditional hot spot for yacht charterers, the Caribbean covers a very large area and offers many different possibilities to relax, unwind or actively enjoy your holidays. It is beautiful and warm, has beautiful beaches, interesting cultures and an ocean laden with treasures, from small beach ridden coral atolls to substantial mountainous islands with rich cultures.
As one of the most popular yacht charter grounds in the world, second only to the Mediterranean in popularity, the types of boats available for rental in the Caribbean include all the main types such as motor, sailing, skippered, crewed yachts, catamarans, power boats, sailboat, luxury yachts as well as the ever growing super yacht charter. Both beginner and expert yacht charterers alike are drawn to the Caribbean for its warm winds, protected waterways and beautiful anchorages. The Caribbean is a special place that has beautiful tropical islands that lie snug within a tropical island necklace as laid out on a large blue sea.
Some of the most popular places to see in the Caribbean are: Anguilla, St John, Exumas, Antigua and Barbuda, Guadeloupe, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Barbados, Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago, St Kitts and Nevis, British Virgin Islands, US Virgin Islands, Spanish Virgin Islands, St Thomas, St Lucia, St Barth and many more …