Latest news in the charter fleet: Boadicea with Fraser; Germania Nova with Hill Robinson

Apr 8, 2018 by Triton Staff

News in the charter fleet

M/Y Boadicea, a 251-foot (76.6m) Amels built in 1999 and refit in 2016, available for charter in the western Med through Fraser agent Massima Piras.

S/Y Germania Nova, a 182-foot (55.4m) schooner launched by FNM in 2011, available for summer charter in the western Med, including Spain, through Hill Robinson Yacht Management.

M/Y Cynthia, formerly Madsummer, a 182-foot (55.5m) Feadship launched in 2005 and refit in 2018, now available for winter charter in the Bahamas and Caribbean through Northrop & Johnson.

M/Y Burkut, a 177-foot (54m) Baglietto launched in 2009, available for summer charter in the western Med, including Spain, through Hill Robinson Yacht Management.

M/Y Victory, a 170-foot (52m) boat built by Golden Yachts in 2007 and refit in 2010, available for charter in the western Med through Fraser agent Massima Piras.

M/Y I Love This Boat, a 145-foot (44m) Christensen launched in 2002 and refit in 2012, available for summer charter in the Bahamas and New England, and winter charter in the Caribbean through Fraser agent Vicky Holmes.

M/Y At Last, a 145-foot (44m) Heesen launched in 1990 and refit in 2017, available for summer charter in the Bahamas and winter charter in the Bahamas and Caribbean through Northrop & Johnson.

M/Y Sirahmy, a 141-foot (43m) Benetti built in 1981 and refit in 2015, available for summer charter in the western Med through Fraser Monaco agent Alexia Eude.

M/Y Ocean Pure, a 131-foot (40m) Indonesian Phinsi built in 1999, available for charter in Indonesia through Northrop & Johnson.

S/Y Eugenia VII, a 108-foot (33m) Turquoise built in 2009 and refit in 2014, available for charter in the western Med through Fraser Monaco agent Alexia Eude.

M/Y Nisi, an 82-foot (25m) Nisi built in 2017, offered for summer charter in Sydney and winter charter in the Whitsundays and Great Barrier Reef through Northrop & Johnson.

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