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An Alternative Winter Adventure Onboard Titania

Mon, 10/01/2018 - 11:00
An Alternative Winter Adventure Onboard Titania There is a certain appeal to spending an afternoon languishing in the sun or immersing yourself in balmy waters during December. Though the Caribbean may be the go-to destination for winter rays, this season is the perfect time to consider a charter in some of the most sumptuously sun-baked spots elsewhere in the world.

Available for charter with Burgess, charter-magnet Titania is heading to the cruising area of Southeast Asia very soon for an alternative adventure. During the coming winter season, she will visit Thailand via Abu Dhabi and the Maldives, but will also be available in Myanmar and the Andaman Islands. An untouched charter paradise, Southeast Asia promises tropical beaches, jungle-clad islands, and astoundingly clear waters containing a rainbow myriad of biodiversity. Best seen by superyacht, Titania is the perfect platform to enjoy.

The 73m Lurssen is one of the most successful charters on the market for a reason - her services are incredibly comprehensive. The highly experienced crew know the region like the back of their hand and will guide you through incredible ‘off the beaten track’ docking and diving spots. Titania further offers an onboard masseuse, fitness instructor, beautician and two head chefs who are masters of exquisite Asian cuisine for the ultimate immersive experience.

Externally, Titania is a sight to behold. Her gleaming exterior offers smooth lines and a streamlined shape, emanating a tasteful timelessness that is replicated inside. Interiors have the feel of hailing from a more elegant, sophisticated and opulent era; the living room exudues glamour and glitz yet still offers a modern and bright appeal. 

The theme is fully taken up in the bedrooms, which boast polished wood patterns piped in gold for that all important splash of class to ensure guests are in luxury at sea. Carpets, sofas and bedding are cast in rich cream and punctuated with royal red, with recessed lighting providing a contemporary Art-Deco edge. The plush comfort of Titania’s interior is continued in grand bathrooms with trimmings such as a rounded bath and golden taps.

A stunning deck offers mattress-like recliners for slow days spent under the Southeast Asian sun, as well as a vast dining table for breezy lunches or candlelit dinners. The soothing wooden deck spaces have persistent threads of blue and gold to honour the style of her nautical surroundings. Finally, a show-stopping outdoor underlit pool area is encircled in marble, which by evening takes on a charming rose-gold hue.

Titania also comes complete with a state-of-the-art gym, a range of exciting water toys for running ship to idyllic shore, and inflatables including a huge 13m slide plunging from the sun deck into the sea, making Titania fun for all the family. Cruising undiscovered territories this season, contact Burgess to experience all this and more.

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MYS 2018: Antigua on the Superyacht Scene

Sat, 09/29/2018 - 16:00
MYS 2018: Antigua on the Superyacht Scene As MYS draws to a close, we are joined in the Breaking News Centre by Paul Deeth, Chairman of the Antigua Charter Show, and Eloise Green, Anchor Concierge and Superyacht Services, to tell us a little about the beautiful island of Antigua.

Antigua is hugely popular destination, and it is easy to see why. An idyllic Caribbean paradise, the island is set apart in its retention of a quiet, authentic charm. "People come here for the sun, sea and sand," says Eloise, "But also because Anigua is one of the islands that has been able to maintain its charm. It has not overdeveloped itself."

Antigua has been a magnet for the superyacht community for years. The island boasts 365 beaches (one for every day of the year); a volume and diversity that is incredibly suited to the superyacht lifestyle. "Sometimes you go to the beach and you have it all to yourself," Eloise tells us.

Keen to showcase the island's charter appeal, Peter tells us how to make the most of the Anitguan coast with the perfect route: "The best place to start is Nelson's Dockyard for the whole historical aspect, then you go to the Caribbean side, and there are plenty of places to stop there. Then you go to Barbuda, where there is 11 miles of beach with nobody on them. Then you go around the east side to Green Island and back to English Harbour." 

As Chairman of the Antigua Charter Show, this is Peter's area of expertise. Founded 57 years ago and having grown to become the largest charter show in the world, this industry event is a broker staple. "We are kind of a melting pot where brokers come from America and Europe to meet each other," Peter tells us.

Having broken into the industry around 15 years ago, Antigua is well equipped to facilitate superyacht owners. "Antigua has grown to facilitate the boats with bigger marinas," says Peter, "The boats have got bigger, there are more people, but otherwise it hasn't changed that much." Antigua's lifestyle industry and luxury sector is also suited to yachting, boasting some very high end resorts and the restaurants to go with them.

Once the base of Admiral Nelson, Antigua's maritime history lives on in the form of nautical tourism, and becoming part of it is a highly alluring concept.

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Something Different in Scandinavia: A Unique Charter

Wed, 09/19/2018 - 15:00
Something Different in Scandinavia: A Unique Charter Scandinavia is a northern European region extending from above the Arctic circle to the Baltic Sea, making it the largest peninsula in Europe. Consisting of Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland, this is a charter destination representing something distinctly different.

Whether urban crawls or outdoor adventures are your thing, trendy Scandinavia has it all. Urban centres are vibrant and cosmopolitan with half-timbered buildings painted primary colours and impeccably dressed locals. Meanwhile, rural adventures offer dizzying mountains, jagged fjords and the enchanting Aurora Borealis. Couple this with enviable standards of living, and it comes as no surprise that the region’s nations are generally considered among the most livable, safest and happiest on earth.

The Scandinavian fjords and archipelagos are best explored on water, and a yacht charter is the most exclusive way to do this. The best time to charter Scandinavia is between April and August, however a heated boat and warm clothing can make for a stunning cruise in an icy wonderland.

An ideal Scandinavian yacht charter goes from east to west, beginning in Finland and ending in Norway; a route which yields protected sailing areas, uncrowded anchorages and remarkably temperate weather in the summer months. Turku, Finland, is a well established yachting base, and there are more than 6,500 Aland islands between the coast of Finland and Sweden (many of which are blissfully completely deserted). Sweden is home to three spellbinding archipelagos: Stockholm, St Anna’s and Grynt, whilst the Baltic Sea is the hub of the Scandinavian yachting scene. Norway’s coastline offers numerous jaw-dropping fjords to cruise, and during the summer months you can do so under the disconcerting midnight sun.

Whilst locals are descended from Vikings, a seafaring people who once ravaged Europe, modern-day Scandinavia is considered the pinnacle of a civilized society. This is in many ways a land of opposites, with stop-you-in-your-tracks natural grandeur and old-world Nordic charm existing alongside an unpretentious worldview.

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41m OKKO Listed for Charter with Imperial Yachts

Thu, 07/26/2018 - 11:00
41m OKKO Listed for Charter with Imperial Yachts Monaco-based brokerage house Imperial Yachts has proudly announced that 41m OKKO built by Mondomarine will be added to their Charter CA Fleet. Built in 2012, this versatile superyacht has proven successful charter records and is already offering availabilities for cruising in the Mediterranean this summer.

OKKO is a sleek, all-aluminium, semi-displacement superyacht with three impressive decks. From the shore, her size and styling draw the eye; however, at night, her underwater lighting highlights the simple, sleek and sophisticated superyacht.

Designed inside and out by Giorgio Vafiadis, OKKO has a detailed exterior with several large outdoor relaxation spaces and a spacious sundeck space built to specification. Vafiadis has fused contemporary styling with comfort for the interior, using Glyn Peter Machine furniture, Tai Ping carpentry, along with Fendi and Cavalli extras throughout to create a stylish and relaxed interior space. The use of mixed African Frake wood helps to create a serene environment that is pleasing to the eye and is also durable.

Five generous en-suite cabins provide accommodation for 10 guests. The owner’s suite occupies a generous space forward on the main deck with the en-suite finished in marble and back-lit onyx. The remaining four guest cabins are situated on the lower deck, comprising two doubles and two twin cabins with Pullman berths. Each cabin has its own Kaleidoscope system offering a wide selection of world cinema from your iPad, and a large selection of A/V amenities.

OKKO’s twin MTU M91 engines deliver more than 1,750kW each, and the combination of her engine power with the hull and bow shape ensure smooth sailing and low fuel consumption. With a cruising speed of 14.5 knots, OKKO glides through the water seamlessly and quieter than most thanks to specific vibro-acoustic work that ensure greater acoustic insulation and decreased vibration issues.

OKKO is available for charter from August 15th from Imperial for summer cruising around the Mediterranean with a charter rate of EUR 150,000/week. 

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Imperial lists Mondomarine 41m OKKO for sale

Wed, 07/11/2018 - 11:00
Imperial lists Mondomarine 41m OKKO for sale Monaco-based brokerage house Imperial has proudly announced its appointment as the central agent for the sale of 41m OKKO built by Mondomarine, with the price upon application.

OKKO is a slick, all-aluminium, semi-displacement superyacht with three impressive decks and a powerful bulbous bow. Her twin MTU M91 engines deliver more than 1,750kW each, and the combination of her engine power with the hull and bow shape ensure smooth sailing and low fuel consumption. With a cruising speed of 14.5 knots, OKKO glides through the water seamlessly and quieter than most thanks to specific vibro-acoustic work that ensure greater acoustic insulation and decreased vibration issues.

Designer Giorgio Vafiadis has created a detailed exterior with several large outdoor relaxation spaces and a spacious sundeck space built to specification. This area has been created to hold a maximum of 12 guests comfortably whilst offering scenic views and is perfect for relaxing with the addition of a bar, BBQ, Jacuzzi, seating and sunbeds.

Vafiadis has tried to blend contemporary styling with comfort, using Glyn Peter Machine furniture, Tai Ping carpentry, along with Fendi and Cavalli extras throughout to create a stylish and relaxed interior. The use of mixed African Frake wood helps to create a serene environment that is pleasing to the eye and is also durable.

Five generous ensuite cabins provide accommodation for 10 guests. The owner’s suite occupies a generous space forward on the main deck with the ensuite finished in marble and back-lit onyx. The remaining four guest cabins are situated on the lower deck, comprising two doubles and two twin cabins with Pullman berths. Each cabin has its own Kaleidoscope system offering a wide selection of world cinema from your iPad, and a large selection of A/V amenities.

Built with care and attention to detail, OKKO is a contemporary and stable vessel designed purely for the comfort of guests and her owners.

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Dive into the Mediterranean with M/Y Penelope

Thu, 07/05/2018 - 10:00
Dive into the Mediterranean with M/Y Penelope In celebration of Flying Charter's successful appointment as the central agent for M/Y Penelope, we take a look at the enticing charter locations guests on board the 30-metre superyacht will no doubt want to explore during the hot summer season.

Part of Ferretti’s Custom Line 97 range, Penelope was built in 2008 with a complete refit in 2018, which increased the internal volume and provides accommodations for up to 12 guests. This is the first year Penelope is available for charter in idyllic locations across the Mediterranean and is moored in Marina di Stabia, in the Gulf of Naples. This beautiful stretch of the Italian coast offers guests a host of sunbathing hot spots and dining opportunities.

Penelope’s charter manifesto begins in the rugged landscape of Capri in southern Italy, at one of the Island’s best-know attractions, the Blue Grotto. Guests can enjoy spectating the scenic cove-studded coastline while relaxing in the Jacuzzi or take a dip into the natural, exquisitely blue waters.

The motoryacht’s exterior offers al fresco dining making any dining experience special especially with a backdrop of picturesque Ischia. The medieval castle, Castello Aragonese, has stood for nearly three centuries and remains one of Ischia’s most iconic sights. Guests can continue their adventure into Ischia’s famous thermal waters that can be found in thermal parks and gardens, natural spas and wellness centres. Aphrodite Thermal Gardens in Sant’Angelo has 12 pools ranging from 20-42 degrees Celsius ensuring comfort for all visitors.

Immersing in conversation amongst family and friends can be further enjoyed ashore from a choice of ravishing dining spots the Amalfi Coast has to offer. The rugged coastline layered with pastel colour is staggered with an array of extravagant restaurants including the Michelin-starred restaurant, Zass. Chef Alois Vanlangenaeker says, “My aim is to enhance the existing product. I have great respect for the ingredients.” Experience authentic Italian cuisine with locally sourced ingredients from Il San Pietro’s vegetable gardens and local farmers.

If guests prefer to dine on-board Penelope, the superyacht features a teak dining table located on the aft deck with talented chef Daniele providing the very finest, mouth-watering homemade recipes from handmade pizza and focaccia to Italian pasta and seafood dishes.

With only skimming across the surface of what the Mediterranean has to offer; guests are ensured that this isn’t their first or final charter to the region onboard M/Y Penelope.

M/Y Penelope is now available for charter with Flying Charter in the Mediterranean starting from EUR 55,000.

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