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Charter deal of the week: the 43m superyacht Bina

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Georgia Tindale

In this series of articles, we take a look at the best charter deals currently on offer in some of the best cruising hotspots of the world. What, Why, Where and Who forms the basis of the articles. This week we look at the 42.65-metre superyacht Bina available for charter with Edmiston in the Western Mediterranean this summer and throughout the Caribbean this winter. Bina cruising in the MediterraneanPhoto: Jeff BrownWhat is on offer?

Built by the Italian shipyard Mondomarine in 2006, the 42.65-metre superyacht Bina underwent an extensive refit of both her exterior and interior spaces between 2015 and 2016. Featuring exterior design from the drawing boards of Italian studio Ruggiero, her newly refurbished interior design is the work of the team from MNS Design Studio.

Bina main saloonPhoto: Jeff BrownBuilt with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, Bina accommodates up to 12 guests across one master suite which boasts a wonderfully light interior thanks to her large expansive windows, two full-beam VIP staterooms and two twin cabins, as well as an experienced crew of 10.

In terms of performance, Bina is powered by twin diesel CAT 3508B engines providing her with a top speed of 16.5 knots, a cruising speed of 15 knots and a range of 4,500 nm at a speed of 12 knots.

Bina main deck aftPhoto: Jeff BrownWhy do we think this is such a good deal?

Following her complete multi-part refit in 2015, Bina offers the ultimate luxury charter experience for her guests and comes equipped with a huge range of amenities and contemporary, eye-catching styling for a truly blissful time on board. The superyacht now displays a modern colonial beach house interior design, with a lot more natural light and open spaces, as well as an expansive sundeck, featuring a Jacuzzi circled by sun pads, sun loungers, bar and dining area. Bina sun deckPhoto: Jeff BrownBina bridge deck aftPhoto: Jeff BrownBina’s interior lounge spaces and exterior deck areas are designed to cater well for groups, with nested seating areas encouraging conversation and socialising. In addition, she also comes complete with a large towed tender and an extensive collection of water toys, which includes a Yamaha three-person wave runner, a flying jetpack board by Zapata Racing and a triple-deck attachable inflatable water slide, enabling her guests to truly relish their time in the waters of the Mediterranean and the Caribbean.Bina jetskis and water slidePhoto: Jeff BrownWhen is she available?

A popular superyacht, Bina is available for charter this summer for one week only, from 24th-31st July between Naples and Capri, with rates available on request. She is also available for luxury charter experiences around the Caribbean this winter. In winter, rates begin from $175,000 per week during high season and $150,000 per week during low season. Bina swim platform and name platePhoto: Jeff BrownWho to call?

For more information about chartering Bina or to arrange an appointment, contact her broker Robert Shepherd on RS@edmiston.com, or by phone on (+1) 212 792 5370.

Bina sun deckPhoto: Jeff Brown

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