With a vast array of superyachts out there on the charter market and more people looking to charter than ever before, SuperYacht Times chats to charter brokers from Hill Robinson to talk about some of their top charter yachts, and discover the standout features of each vessel.
Launched in 1995, the 38.5-metre Indigo Star I was built by Siar & Moschini and features exterior design from Andrea Bacigalupo. In 2018, following a two year circumnavigation around the world, the motor yacht underwent an extensive refit, leaving her in turkey condition for her entrance to the charter market. Photo: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesIndigo Star I’s three-deck layout affords a considerable amount of exterior deck space for guests to enjoy. She has two well-equipped al fresco dining areas, one on her main deck and one on her top deck.Photo: Hill RobinsonHer Siar & Moschini designed interiors create a comfortable and homely atmosphere, with Fendi furnishings and one of the largest saloons for yachts of her size category, with various seating areas for guests to enjoy. Accommodating as many as 10 guests across five cabins, her stateroom layout consisting of a master suite, VIP, two doubles and a twin is perfectly suited for family or friends.Many of her seven strong, professional crew have been aboard for a number of years and are extremely knowledgeable about the yacht and charter locations.Photo: Hill RobinsonIndigo Star I also hosts an array of tenders and toys, with a Zodiac tender, Jet Ski, SeaBobs and more. Powered by twin MTU 12V 396 TE94 diesel-fuelled engines with 2,285 horsepower each, the 310 GT all-GRP Indigo Star I reaches a top speed of 21 knots. When cruising at an economic speed, she has an impressive range of 2,800 nautical miles.Rarity
The 736 GT, 55-metre distinctive Rossinavi superyacht Rarity was launched in Pisa, Italy in 2008, and was extensively refitted in 2017 at the Lusben Shipyard in Viareggio. The work included the addition of a bulbous bow, a full hull repaint, a refit of the tender garage and engine room, a 2-metre extension of her swim platform, a new swim ladder, external LED and underwater lighting and a full overhaul of her interior.Her refurbished interiors by Cristiano Gatto Design, updated from the original Officina Italiana Design during the 2017 refit, are modern and feature dynamic photography and artwork throughout. Standout features include her circular lobby, with a central elevator serving all of her decks. Rarity’s fresh interiors are typically Italian, with rich materials and a warm palette used throughout. She has a large open-plan saloon which is cleverly lit to accentuate her impressive art collection, and plush velvet seating.Rarity has an air conditioned gym, situated on her sun deck, with a full set of professional equipment, and the sky lounge is home to a 22-inch cinema screen and comfortable seating area. Her six stateroom layout is perfect for larger parties, and the large master suite has its own private office and en suite bathroom.Rarity is fitted with zero speed stabilisers, a tender garage with a 7-metre Castoldi Jet Tender and a 6.5-metre Jet Tug D Nova Marine, alongside two Jet Skis and an array of toys. Rarity can reach a top speed of 17 knots.Mabruk III
Mabruk III, was launched in 2004 at the Turkish-based shipyard Ned Ship Group. She features external design by Dixon and interiors from the boards of Gregory C. Marshall. With a Jacuzzi and a sauna on her sun deck, she is well-suited for lounging and relaxing, while guests who are looking to spend time in the water have a full selection of toys, as well as a waterslide to keep them entertained. Mabruk III has a very spacious exterior and some exceptional features for a yacht of her size. Her sundeck has two tables with an array of formal and comfortable seating options, as well as a large, curved teak bar that accompanies the central Jacuzzi. From here guests have fantastic, almost uninterrupted views of their surroundings.On her main deck is an additional formal dining area, covered from the elements and leading into the generous saloon with its curved seating area and pillared dining room. Mabruk III accommodates as many as ten guests between her five staterooms, which include an owners suite as well as two VIPs and two doubles.With a top speed of 22 knots and stabilisers to smooth her ride, if guests are looking to quickly hop from location to location, Mabruk III is a fantastic choice.With charter locations for each of these yachts throughout the Mediterranean, clients only need to contact the experienced team at Hill Robinson, who offer a personal service to their international clientele. For more information, or to view Hill Robinson’s whole charter fleet, contact them directly using the following details:
Hill Robinson Charter Management
Email: charter[email protected]
Tel: +33 492 90 59 59