Three superyachts join Burgess' Charter Fleet
Burgess has announced that three new superyachts have joined their charter fleet. The first yacht is Sequel P, a brand new 54.7m (179.5ft) Proteksan Turquoise. Sequel P was built especially for charter by a discerning owner and project has been managed by Burgess New Construction in conjunction with the yacht's experienced captain. She is available for charter in the Caribbean this Winter 2009/2010 and Mediterranean Summer 2010.
Sequel P offers accommodating for 12 guests in 1 master, 2 doubles, 2 twins (each will pullman) and 1 convertible VIP cabin. Special features include well planned entertainment areas throughout, a full gymnasium, a convertible VIP cabin plus a full compliment of water toys. Sequel P is available for charter for a special Introductory Caribbean rate for Winter 2009/2010: High season US$ 350,000 per week and low season US$ 294,000 per week
Also added to the Burgess charter fleet, is the 39.6m (130ft) 2006 Mangusta 130 Veni Vidi Vici. She is Available for charter in the Mediterranean this winter and next summer 2010. Veni Vidi Vici offers accommodation for up to 11 guests in 4 doubles, one twin plus a pullman berth. Her rates are high season €147,000 p/w MYBA Terms, and low season €126,000 p/w MYBA Terms
Finally, Burgess added Senses, a 59.2m (193.3ft)1999 Schweers, built in Germany. Senses is the ultimate discovery yacht, designed by Martin Francis. Among her many water toys are a 12.8m Nelson enclosed launch with 420hp engine, 7.3m Halmatic semi-rigid rib with 240hp engine, 8.5m classic L Francis Herreshoff sloop, and a 4.9m Hobie cat.
Senses is available for charter in the Indian Ocean this winter, and is accepting enquiries for Summer 2010 in the Baltic, East/West Mediterranean and Adriatic. Senses offers accommodation for a maximum of 12 guests. Her rates are: high season US$280,000 per week. MYBA Terms, and low season US$259,000 per week.