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Latest in the charter fleet: Christina O, Force Blue

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M/Y Christina O, a 325-foot (99m) passenger vessel originally launched in 1943 by Canadian Vickers Limited as a frigate in the Royal Canadian Navy and later converted by Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis into a private yacht at the Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft yard in 1954, now available for charter in 2019 through Mediterranean-based Morley Yachts.

M/Y Force Blue, a 207-foot (63m) Royal Denship launched in 2002, available for winter charter in the western Med through Frasier agent Daniela De Marco.

M/Y Nassima, a 161-foot (49m) Acico built in 2012, available for winter charter in the western Med through Fraser agent Alexia Eude.

M/Y Mirragio, a 134-foot (41m) Siar Moschini launched in 1988, available for winter charter in the northern Caribbean and BVIs through Fraser agent Vicky Homes.

M/Y Cyrus One, a 112-foot (34m) Cyrus built in 2008, available for winter charter in the eastern Med through Fraser agent Massima Piras.

M/Y Pacific Quest, an 81-foot (24.7m) New Wave catamaran launched in 2008, available for charter in Fiji and the South Pacific through Northrop & Johnson.

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One thought on “Latest in the charter fleet: Christina O, Force Blue

  1. blackbiz

    CHRISTINA O is one of the most iconic motor yachts ever launched, best known for her part in the birth of the ‘jet-set’, grand interiors and unrivalled level of luxurious amenities.

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