Sea-Alliance Group informs us they have completed their most successful summer charter season to date, and has received outstanding reviews of its fleet from charter guests and brokerage professionals. Now the international maritime business is looking ahead to next year’s charter season when it will have a number of stunning yachts available for charter in attractive locations within the eastern Mediterranean.
Available during the winter is Ancora, a 43 metre semi-custom Baglietto, which will be based in Cannes and is ideal for static charters. The summer was her busiest charter season since her launch in August 2009 and she was very well received by charter guests, having spent most of the season cruising in the western Mediterranean covering quite large distances from Croatia, Sardinia, Tuscany and the South of France.
Donizetti, a 28 metre Sunseeker Yacht 90 built in 2007, will spend the winter in the Eastern Mediterranean before heading specifically to Croatia and Montenegro, for the first time, for the summer season. As a superior specification yacht, ideal for families, she has been extremely popular during the summer and has already attracted re-bookings for 2012. She provides a versatile layout with convertible twin cabins which enable the craft to accommodate up to ten guests in four cabins, as well as four crew members. The yacht’s amenable crew has also been extremely popular with charter guests.
Sea-Alliance Group’s second charter vessel destined for the eastern Mediterranean next season is Darsea, a Moonen 97. Typical of the kind of craft offered by SAG for charter or sale, MY Darsea features contemporary styling and an interior that blends leather, bamboo, woven suede and original hand-crafted art set against a backdrop of cherry-wood panelling. She is a yacht of immense style and individuality, and was a World Superyacht Award finalist in 2009 – proof that she offers her nine guests the very best in luxury cruising.
Jennifer Doyle, Charter Broker for Sea-Alliance Group, said: “Croatia and Montenegro are increasingly popular charter destinations thanks to more remote and secluded charter experience which is on offer there. The islands around the coastline are beautiful and provide very good shelter so it's also good for smaller yachts. We are excited about being able to offer Donizetti and Darsea there next summer for the first time.”
All three yachts are available for winter charters; Donizetti - priced 39,000 EUR per week: Darsea – priced 70,000 EUR per week; Ancora – priced 135,000 EUR per week.
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