Camper & Nicholson International’s charter management division have welcomed the 78.6m (257’8) Princess Mariana to the fleet. Designed by Espen Oeino and with an interior by François Zuretti, she is an exemplary charter vessel packed full of innovative and exhilarating features.
The myriad of amenities and toys, as well as consideration to the smallest detail, is unparalleled, elevating her to a higher standard of megayacht. She offers a king-sized master stateroom, two double VIP staterooms, two doubles and one twin. Princess Mariana is available for charter in the Mediterranean this coming summer season.
CNI are also announced that the 62m (203’4) Roma has now joined the charter fleet. Delivered from Viareggio Superyachts in January, she is available for charters in the Indian Ocean. She combines 21st century innovation with intelligent design. Her layout has been extremely well thought through in every regard, and is practical throughout. She offers six staterooms, an array of water toys, state-of-the-art communications systems, a gymnasium and an abundance of entertainment and lounging areas. Roma is set to become one of the most talked about yachts of 2010.
CNI also welcome the 35m (114’8) Moon Goddess to the charter fleet. Perfect for cruising the hot spots of the West Mediterranean she boasts twin 4000 M90 MTU engines and Hamilton Water Jets and therefore is capable of speeds of up to 43 knots. Moon Goddess accommodates six guests and is available for charter in the Mediterranean this coming season.
Also joining the CNI fleet and due for launch later this year, the 45.6m (150’) Illusion from Benetti is available for charters in the Mediterranean this summer season.