IYC (International Yacht Collection, LLC.), is pleased to announce the addition of two new superyachts to their charter and management fleet, the M/Y Tuscan Sun and the M/Y Chevy Toy (ex Janie).
The 147’ 7” (45m) six (6) stateroom M/Y Tuscan Sun was built in 2006 by Izar/Navantia and can accommodate twelve (12) guests. She has a crew of nine (9). The beautiful interior also includes oversize windows on the main and bridge decks that provide stunning views. A selection of water toys are available as well as a gym. The Tuscan Sun is available at a rate of EU 160,000/wk. for the Summer of 2008 and $235,000/wk. for the Winter of 2008/09. Her charter schedule is West Med - Riviera/Corsica/Sardinia, West Med - Naples/Sicily for the Summer of 2008 and Caribbean - Windward, Caribbean – Leeward for Winter 2008/09.
The 157’ (47.8m) M/Y Chevy Toy has a spectacularly rich interior that mirrors a stately home of Europe. Built in 2004 by Trinity Yachts, this plush superyacht has a baby grand piano, large swim platform, and air-conditioned alfresco dining for 10 on the aft deck. There is also a Kaleidescape entertainment system throughout for easy selection from yacht’s central movie and music libraries. The Chevy Toy is available at a rate of $157,000/wk. in the Bahamas for Summer 2008 and $165,000/wk. in Winter 2008/09 in Caribbean - Windward, Caribbean – Leeward.
IYC is pleased to announce a very active recent brokerage period with the sales of the following central listing yachts:
Frank Grzeszczak and Chany Sabates sold M/Y Janie, a 157ft. (47.8m) Trinity built in 2004.
Frank Grzeszczaks’ central listing, M/Y Black Sheep (now Idefix) was sold; Black Sheep is a 139ft. (42.4m) Oceanco built in 1998.
Noell Vawter represented both the buyer and seller in the sale of the 100ft. (30m) M/Y Espresso II, a Broward built in 2001. Espresso II was an IYC central listing of both Robert (Bob) McKeage and Noell Vawter.
Frank Grzeszczak sold a new 164ft. (50m) Trinity Yacht; M/Y T057 (no name given) will be due for delivery in 2011. She will have a semi-displacement hull with twin 3616B Caterpillars, a tender garage, and a forward facing panoramic owners’ suite on the main deck.
At the recent Miami Charter & Brokerage show, Jim McConvilles’ central listing, M/Y Quintessa was sold; Quintessa is a 94ft. (28.7m) Destiny built in 2000.
Also sold at the Miami Charter & Brokerage show was Tim Johnsons’ M/Y Yoly, a 92ft. (28m) Cheoy Lee built in 1999.