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The original 36-foot Hinckley Picnic Boat was a Bruce King design that married Downeast styling with JetStick helm technology and Hamilton water-jet propulsion. Today, somewhere in the neighborhood of 450 to 500 Picnic Boats (and still counting) have been delivered, with the current model, the MkIII, having premiered in 2010.
Owners tend to adore their Hinckley Picnic Boats, care for them and hold onto them for years.
True Blue III is currently owned by the Barton & Gray Mariners Club, which has a fleet of eight Hinckleys available to club members who want to go out on the water with a skipper for a day in Florida or New England.
Though hundreds of the original 36-footers were sold, maybe a half-dozen are typically available for brokerage at any given time, he says. Many former working boats make fabulous cruisers, with the added mystique of a rich history. The Lancashire Nobby was developed in Morecambe Bay as an inshore fishing boat to sail around the northwest of England near Isle of Man.
Designed to trawl in shoal waters, the Lancashire Nobbies had low freeboard aft but high bows to make them seaworthy in open water. By the early 1900s, as fishing under sail was disappearing due to the introduction of the marine engine, some of these boats were built to be yachts. In 1987, the Nobby Owners Association was formed to actively promote one-design races and preserve this type of classic sailing yacht. With their fluid lines and softened angles, most high-performance powerboats tend to look as though they’ve been raked into shape by the unforgiving blast of a wind tunnel. As the debut craft from bold and incendiary young Serbian boatyard, Art of Kinetik, the aptly named ‘Hedonist’ is as prickly and confrontational as it is slick and alluring. A trio of MAN diesel engines matched to Rolls Royce jet drives will bring you a top end well in excess of 40 knots but it’s the wholesale sophistication of the style that really leaves a mark. Based on Italian and German sports cars and designed by Kiska (one of the teams behind KTM and Audi), nothing here is permitted to interrupt simple purity of form. It’s muscular, it’s imaginative – and like all the world’s most stylish automotive creations, it feels sculpturally affecting, even when perched on a stationery boat show stand. It’s quite possible you’ll disagree with me here, not least because Wally produces various other craft of more palatable and approachable loveliness – like the Ace and the 55. Built in the form of a fast offshore commercial craft with superyacht luxuries, the 118 used Ferrari’s famous aerodynamics tunnel to hone its raked form and Wally has further exploited that with a superstructure built from triple-laminated glass panels laid around a carbon composite frame. Conceived by Hampshire-based design team, Claydon Reeves, the Aeroboat is a 48-foot, seven-man express cruiser, based largely on the legendary Spitfire.
Built from carbon fibre with wood veneer, this ?3million superboat very aptly combines traditional concepts (like hand-stitched leather seats and a wooden dash) with hi-tech features like a joystick throttle and touchscreen navigation. Access to the cockpit is via seamlessly integrated retractable teak steps and once inside, a slick pantograph door offers access to a double berth, a pair of settees and a heads compartment.
Known throughout most of the 20th Century for building classic, elegant wooden hulls, modern Riva powerboats feature sexy Italian styling and super on-water performance. The first Riva 88 Domino Super will be painted “London Grey” with a “Moon Grey” superstructure, helping her to stand apart in marinas filled with white fibreglass yachts. The transom on the Riva 88 Domino Super will lower into the water, making tender launching easier as well as creating a guest-friendly swim platform. A few steps up from the transom is the cockpit, with guest seating, dining, a cabinet with sink and an icemaker. The Riva 88 Domino Super’s galley is on the level that Riva calls a mezzanine, and it’s accessible from the saloon or from a portside exterior door.
Below decks are four guest staterooms including the amidships master with an ensuite head and walk-in closet. Top speed on the Riva 88 Domino Super is expected to be 38 knots with a cruising speed of 34 knots, driven by a pair of 2,435-mhp MTU 16V 2000 M93 engines. Up a few steps is the cockpit, with a sunpad and seating, giving way to a dining and living room that create a truly indoor-outdoor environment. With standard 2,435-mph MTU 16V 2000 M93 engines, the Riva 88 Florida is expected to cruise at 34 knots and top out at 38.5 knots.
Look for the Riva 88 Domino Super and the Riva 88 Florida to make their world premieres in September at the Cannes Yachting Festival, where last year they unveiled the 63 Virtus.
It’s not easy to get the right balance between sailing performance and accommodation on a cruiser-racer.
The cockpit is wide and short but there’s room for three crew ahead of the helmsman, who must have room to swing the tiller. The nearly masthead, keel-stepped Sparcraft rig came standard with 140% overlapping genoa for a working sail area of around 46sq m (500sq ft). The main cabin has a drop-leaf table on centreline with integrated bottle stowage, flanked by twin straight settees.
The finish was rather high-end for a boat that was often beaten up in Wednesday round-the-cans racing. Beneteau divides its line into Oceanis (cruising) and First (racing) models, and the First 31.7 sails quite well for a boat with this much accommodation and furniture.
On the other hand, the boat is comfortable and has everything a couple with a child or two would need for a long weekend in a remote anchorage. For more second-hand yacht news and reviews, see: Five affordable yachts for cruising the bahamas or Grand Soleil 40 used yacht review. To make a boat easy to sell, it has to be easy to find and easy to imagine as someone’s brand new pride and joy. The 70-boat fleet at this year’s Les Voiles de St Barth included a spectacular array of large yachts for six days of competitive yacht racing and socialising in perfect Caribbean conditions.
The waters of the small Caribbean island of St Barth make a stunning backdrop for the event. Photo by Michael Gramm. In the big Maxi class, George David’s Rambler 88 notched up another regatta win, with an impressive scoreline including three wins and one second place to finish on just five points. Hap Fauth’s Judel Vrolijk 72 Belle Mente had a disappointing start to the week, missing the first race, and scoring fourth on the penultimate day, before showing her full potential by winning the final race by a margin of seven minutes on corrected time. Jim Clark and Kristy Hinze Clark’s new 100ft Vplp designed super maxi Commanche sailed for the first time in October 2014.
Rather than the out and out all carbon racing machines of Maxi Class 1, Maxi Class 2 was populated by stunning large cruiser-racers, including Wendy Schmidt’s Swan 80 Selene.
Lloyd Thornburg sailed his distinctive green giant, the MOD70 trimaran Phaedo? with a star crew including Brian Thompson and Sam Goodchild. Jim Madden’s Swan 601 Stark Raving Mad Vll, a more performance oriented boat than the Swan 80, is a regular on the Caribbean regatta scene. Smooth sailing aboard a new yacht depends on many factors coming together at the right time. If there’s a recruitment strategy to avoid, says Connor, it’s hiring the first referral from a well-meaning friend. The more you can define what you’re looking for, the more likely you’ll be able to realise a great fit between you and the crew. Commissioning a brand-new customised megayacht is typically more of a reshuffle than a complete redesign of the basic parameters.
Of course, the Veloce 140 has abundant alfresco areas and the sharp styling associated with Italian builds. The Veloce 140 comes with a sliding soft top for the perfect combination of sun and shade when out on deck. To keep the interior bright, Benetti did originally design—and the brothers did keep—nearly floor-to-ceiling glass flanking the main dining area.
Benetti is currently building hull number two in the Veloce 140 series, plus it has orders for two more of the model.
Home to the successful 2010 Winter Olympics, Vancouver showcased the entire Canadian North-West thanks to television images of snow-capped peaks overlooking gorgeous, forested islands and bays – the sort of dramatic scenery most yacht owners can only dream of. Until recently, transiting yachts were discouraged from dropping by, to protect the privacy of guests, but now the resort’s founder, Craig Murray invites yachts by reservation, for day-use or extended visits. Craig Murray, was inspired to create the resort after discovering a waterfall while exploring a cove at the base of Mount Stevens’ snow-capped peak. After being reassembled in Melbourne, the DECOY was sailed from Port Phillip Bay to the Murray River mouth where she arrived in 1879. In 1905 the DECOY was purchased by a Western Australian syndicate and was steamed under her own power from the Murray River to Fremantle via ports along the Great Australian Bight. Eventually in 1909 she was towed back to the Murray River where she continued to operate until 1932. DECOY has a new maxitherm oil burner & has been fitted with 8 solar collectors to pre-heat the boiler water, reducing running costs, thus the vessel is environmentally friendly as it doesnt emit any pollution. When built, the engine travelled only in one direction and so during the refurbishment process a reversing mechanism was manufactured. Now the engine is geared down approximately 4:1 to gain extra torque and the final paddle drive ideally is between 17 RPM and 24 RPM. Enter your email address to receive alerts when we have new listings available for Steel yacht for sale.

Bulwarks in 1 ?” Oregon pine and Iroko set on 4” square steel stanchions bolted and coach screwed into covering boards.
Generator Silent Fischer Panda 12kva DUO 1-phase and 3-phase (only 500hrs since new in 2004). 2nd Jabsco 1 ?”  bronze sea water impellor pump powered by main engine 24v clutched and connected  to strum box with separate valves to each watertight compartment for emergency bilge pumping and also connected to deck wash outlet. 24v DC with 8×265 Ah 6v deep cycle tubular batteries, 4 x Domestic and 4 x Engine starting (batteries new in 2012).
Mastervolt 50A 3-step 24v battery charger and 2.5kw Sine-Wave Inverter combo, controlled digitally from wheelhouse. Muir VRC 4000 2-ton vertical 3-phase Anchor Winch and capstan with 24v control power lead to foredeck. She was then sold to a private individual and converted to a motor yacht and renamed Blue Linnet. Between 1995 and 1999 Linnet underwent a major rebuild by professional shipwrights in Galmpton, Devon. Linnet has been in the same ownership for the past 19 years, only the third owners since 1938.
The yacht was awarded the Lloyd's Register "Yacht of the Year" Trophy for the best design and construction in 1962 beating 86 competing yachts. She also has a large al fresco dining table covered by a hard top on the aft deck, ideal for all weather conditions. The yacht charters and their particulars displayed in the results above are displayed in good faith and whilst believed to be correct are not guaranteed.
Based in Southwest Harbour, Maine, Hinckley was primarily known as a custom yacht builder until the launch of the Picnic Boat in 1994.
She was not only stunning to look at but also easy to skipper, economical with a single Yanmar engine and safe to bring into the shallows—a quartet of features that made the her one of the best-selling models in America from 1994 through 2010.
The MkIII is wider and longer than the original Picnic Boat with twin Yanmar diesels instead of a single, but examples of the original version still ply the waters from Maine to Florida and beyond, turning heads with classic good looks that seem destined never to go out of style. First was the model now known as the classic, and then Hinckley introduced the extended pilothouse, or EP version, in 2001, Osgood says. Hinckley Picnic Boats are, after all, meant to be day boats, which means a lot less wear-and-tear than ocean cruisers and the possibility of a truly long life with the first owner.
The lowest-price brokerage model now available is a 2002 Hinckley Picnic Boat asking $295,000, which shows how well the original Hinckley Picnic Boats hold their value. It’s the stuff of great pub talk and usually, much admiration on the docks, which adds to such a vessel’s charm.
The first designs, which were used to fish for pink and brown shrimp, were built by William Crossfield in 1840 and were built well into the 20th century until Crossfield’s yard closed in 1940.
Molly is for sale and is lying in Barcelona, waiting to benefit from the support and enthusiasm of a new owner—an owner who will have bragging rights in the pub as well as at the marina and on the bay.
It’s an inherently attractive aesthetic, but some builders go that bit further to maximise the beauty of a powerboat’s natural form, either by cleaning up the lines to show them at their purest or by dialling in fresh and radical forms that help mark them out from the market’s more mainstream designs.
It uses a hull and superstructure built entirely from mahogany, subtly trimmed with stainless steel and shaped with an aggressive reverse bow and a harmonious clash of curve and edge.
The dash is like a space-age art installation and even the sunbed exhibits a subtle but pleasing taper as it runs aft. There are no windows or grab rails, the raked, wraparound screen is rimless, the swim platform is tightly integrated into the aft mouldings and the foredeck is flatter and more tapered than you might believe possible on a cabin-equipped craft. It might be the only mainstream entry in this unashamedly exalted list, but it fully warrants its place.
However, with its quasi-military form, its bizarre stealth styling and its sheer masculine potency, the controversial 118 is difficult to overlook. It also uses dark metallic, petrol-green paintwork, which alters its hue as the angle changes – and at just 86 tonnes in weight, this 17,000hp monster will back up its forthright posturing with a top end in excess of 60 knots.
Not only does it use the same supercharged Rolls Royce Merlin V12 engine as the famed aircraft (generating an output of up to 2,500hp and speeds well beyond 50 knots) but its sublime lines are also inspired by Britain’s best loved WWII fighter plane.
Plainly, the vast powerplant, the other-worldly shape and the radically tapered aft sections will give the Aeroboat a presence unlike anything else on the water – and yet, believe it or not, the fluid, corporeal loveliness of the cabin is every bit as astonishing.
Well not entirely – because while the super stylish RIB revolution may have started with the likes of Pascoe’s SY10 superyacht tender, it has come on greatly since then, with a wave of extraordinary designs that bear little resemblance to the gritty commercial underpinnings of the RIB form. Built from a resin-infused E-glass carbon fibre sandwich and powered by twin Yanmar 6LPA 315hp sterndrive engines, its heavily tapered inflatable tubes are colour-matched to the silver foredeck and hull. As a t10-metre RIB for two people, it’s not exactly practical – and to my mind, it looks more like a pearlescent shellfish with a huge, fleshy rupture than an object of automotive desire. At this year’s Cannes Boat Show, the Italian marque is introducing two new models—the Riva 88 Domino Super and the Riva 88 Florida—that promise even more of the features that have earned the brand fans all around the world.
A newly designed sundeck includes a compact outdoor pilot station built to allow enough room for more guest seating at the bow than previous Domino models offered. Riva has redesigned the engine room based on feedback from 86 Domino captains and owners, moving some main machinery to the most easily accessible areas. Through the glass door is an open-plan guest level with a salon, dining room and helm station to starboard. Riva left overhead panels out of the design brief in the galley, allowing natural light from the main guest level to carry through so the chef’s environment is bright and cheerful.
The top covers the pilot station and the cockpit, and it can slide open to convert the yacht into an open model. The Riva 88 Florida has a transom whose entire center section can lower three feet into the water, making tender and PWC launching easy and creating an in-water beach club for guests to enjoy.
The pilothouse forward is centered with three seats plus a lounge where guests can sit without being in the skipper’s line of sight. The decor is meant to be a throwback to the late 1980s and early 1990s, when a number of Riva yachts became known worldwide. Optional 2,638-hp MTU M94 engines increase those speeds to 35 and 40.5 knots, respectively. Hundreds of designers have tried, but most of the resulting yachts end up simply cruising rather than racing and cruising. The 31.7 has a single-skinned hull, a balsa-cored deck and an integral GRP structural grid with a deep L-shaped keel. The traveller bisects the cockpit from coaming to coaming which creates a bit of an obstacle, but it does provide end-boom sheeting.
Walking around on the cabintop could be hazardous with wet feet, however, since the surfaces are curved and slippery. The 31.7’s keel and rudder were made deeper (with a heavier bulb) and the rig a little taller than her predecessor’s. White moulding and cherry wood veneer was standard and came together nicely to make a comfortable and stylish cabin. It’s hard for people with short legs to find a place to brace themselves when heeling since there’s no cockpit table, and the opposing bench seat is a long way away. With the help of the slightly curved settees in the saloon it will even sleep six, at least for those who don’t demand a lot of personal space. Unfortunately, according to yacht marketing and brokerage expert, Whit Kirkland of Bradford Marine in Fort Lauderdale, time and time again sellers make avoidable mistakes that cost them deals. You may have been willing to live with that loose light fixture and that cracked piece of moulding up in the corner, but a buyer will be far more critical.
With three boats tied on 12 points at the end of the series, this win lifted her into second place overall on count back. She was designed and built with the express purpose of taking line honours in the Rolex Sydney Hobart race, but in December last year lost out to Bob Oatley’s Wild Oats Xl by a margin of less than 50 minutes after more than 50 hours of non-stop racing. This is an enormously powerful boat, with a good turn of speed, yet also has a top quality luxury interior. Despite scoring three podium places and coming within three minutes of Selene’s winning time in two of those, Madden finished the event third overall in the Maxi 2 class, three points adrift of the larger Swan. Of course, nobody can organise the weather, but when it comes to organising your yacht’s captain and crew – with guidance and a good strategy, a yacht owner can find the right match for both his boat and personality.
While recommendations from trusted sources are helpful, “there are times when it can feel like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole,” says Connor. These days, the convention is for the master suite to go forward on the main deck, to make the most of the beam. In brief, the hull offers ride comfort and fuel efficiency akin to those of a full-displacement design, but the speed benefits of a semi-displacement one. Whether cruising at around 12 knots or zipping along closer to 20 knots, Cheers 46 surely provides a good deal of pleasure for her owners and guests, accommodated in five staterooms. Even though this is termed the master, it’s really no bigger than the other cabins, yet another break from tradition.
It’s not a double-duty area, meaning it doesn’t serve as both the tender garage and a lounging area. While this may be the Italian builder’s first step into the fast-displacement world, she isn’t its last. Yet for decades the high-end multi-sport resort at Nimmo Bay on the north end of Vancouver Island, has eschewed the adventure yachting crowd, dedicating itself exclusively to royalty, presidents, kings of the corporate world, celebrities, thrill-seeking athletes, and well-to-do families and explorers. Routinely, guests arrive by helicopter or chartered sea planes, but in recent years Nimmo has attracted a diverse fleet, from the worlds most exclusive megayachts, to more humble cruisers tackling the Inside Passage, such as family sailboats and 50ft to 70ft motoryachts.
She was constructed in such a way that she could be taken apart again and shipped out in crates, all clearly marked ready for reassembly on the Yarra River. Beyond this speed, the paddles cavitate and in fact increased revolutions would reduce the speed of the vessel. Soon after she was built she was requisitioned by the government to perform duties during the Second World War after which she continued fishing until 1960.
Linnet remained in the same ownership until 1995 until she was purchased by the present owner.
She has been a fully functional sea-going home and has been meticulously maintained including many improvements over the years.

Plenty of other builders tried to copy her, and Hinckley even sued a few of them to protect its design, but none ultimately succeeded the way the Picnic Boat did. As of this writing, the newest brokerage model available in the United States is for sale with Osgood. Few vessels survive to transform from their original purpose into sailing as a yacht but the Nobby, originally developed as a shrimping trawler, is one design that is still out there plying the waters, racing, and turning heads. The original Nobbies ranged in size; 25 to 32 feet for single-handed boats and 36-45 feet for two-man boats.
Oak was used for decks and beams and by the mid-1880s, there were nearly 150 of these “prawners” around Morecambe Bay. She was built in 1914 and raced across the Irish Sea on numerous occasions and today survives due to a restoration by her current owner. Everything here is bespoke, from the dazzlingly lovely foldout steps to the hydraulically operated cleat covers and even the crockery.
All the powerboats from this increasingly acclaimed Austrian builder are a pleasure to behold but the 858 Fantom is particularly special. The hull joins the party with long, slick spray rails, deep-set steps and a bespoke stainless steel anchor, polished and sparkling, rammed tight up beneath the rapier bow. However, even if you were to overlook the outrageous performance, the 118 would still rank as a genuinely special custom yacht and a huge stylistic statement. Only 10 are to be built, each to the customer’s bespoke specifications, but if the stated aim of this young company is to reinvigorate yacht design, then a portfolio bolstered by this magnificent craft is a great place to start.
The flush–fitting anchor and frameless screen do a great job of keeping the lines uncluttered and with its “Parisian-stitched” bright orange leather seats, that gaping oval cockpit is also unlike anything else in the world.
But if uninhibited individuality is what you want, it doesn’t get more barefaced than this. On this level, as with the exterior paint selection, Riva styling will be evident, with everything from striped rose wood to “Ice White” and dark leather fabrics. There are twin Lewmar winches on the cabintop to handle halyards, and reefing lines that lead aft via three jammers. She was powered mostly by a 21hp Yanmar diesel, although Volvos can be found in some of the early models. The master is in the V-berth forward, which has 1.8m (just under 6ft) of standing headroom except when the filler cushion is used to extend the berth. Upwind in a brisk breeze, the boat will heel until it sits on its broad aft section and then accelerates. The tiller also takes up much more room than a wheel, which makes it tough for a cruising family to spread out in the cockpit on a leisurely day sail.
It sounds simple, but doing it right requires more effort than simply picking up random items you’ve left here and there around the boat. It should be as detailed as possible, Kirkland says, “so there are no questions on what goes with the boat.” The last thing you want is to get an offer and then have to tell the buyer that the boat doesn’t include the wine chiller he fell in love with in the galley. Even if your boat is in less-than-pristine condition, you can give buyers confidence about its mechanicals by having service records compiled and organised into an easy-to-access folder.
At St Barth Commanche was another of the Maxi Class 1 yachts to finish the series on 12 points, taking fourth place overall in her class on countback. Although she scored an impressive three first places, a retirement in the first race brought Selene’s overall position down to second place. For advice on how to go about finding the best professional to take the helm, we asked Rupert Connor, the president of Luxury Yacht Group, a crew placement and yacht management business that’s based in Ft. If the captain is running a private yacht for recreational use only (that means no commercial charters), licensing may not be required.
He needed professionals who could compile and present detailed data on why service would be needed on a particular machine at a particular time. That in turn frees up room below decks for a gym, private cinema, or simply more floorspace for guests.
It probably also makes it easier for the owners and their families to watch their favourite football team on the TV by the bar.
But, when the brothers saw it on a Benetti Classic Supreme 132 and requested it, Benetti was happy to comply. Considering guests tend to spend most waking hours outside, the idea was of no concern to the owners. The gray-stained wood seen here and throughout the rest of the relaxation areas is Tay (also called Koto), a tropical African wood. When built, the DECOY was 25 metres in length but in 1881 she was lengthened by a further 23 feet and her hull sheathed externally with hardwood to resist the abrasiveness of the silt laden water. Between 1902 and 1905 she was employed about the South Australian gulf ports towing wheat barges. She is still on the Murray River near Mannum in South Australia but certain items from the original including the ship's bell have been incorporated in the DECOY now operating on the Swan River. The vessel is fitted extensively with solid brass nautical memorabilia & has a unique 58 pipe brass Calliope organ, which operates automatically or manually. An extremely capable sea-going live-aboard or charter motor yacht that has travelled extensively throughout UK waters. True Blue III is a decade old, built in 2005—and she’s a textbook example of what most Hinckley Picnic Boat buyers find on the brokerage market, having been professionally maintained throughout her lifespan and now with an asking price of $395,000. The model evolved and other builders developed their own versions including the Manx Nobby that first appeared in 1880. Molly is 32 feet long and has the trademark long bowsprit that makes Nobbies so recognisable. There is an Open model available – but if you admire the style, the more recent (and equally astonishing) Antagonist and Mazokist craft are also a stylistic revelation.
A central stanchion in the windshield allows for an interesting feature at the helm: an electrically lowering window similar to those that drivers have for a fresh breeze in their cars. Make a room-by-room list of exclusions so buyers will know, when walking through the boat, what is and is not included in the asking price.
Think about things like convenience to main roads and motorways, marinas with good vehicle parking and well-maintained slips that don’t require acrobatics to reach. But even so, you may feel more comfortable knowing the person at the helm of your brand-new Ferretti is a professional with a 100-ton license. If your yacht has Arneson drives, you’ll want an engineer who is familiar with that propulsion, and a captain who knows its unique handling characteristics.
And the quest for perfection can cause some owners to bypass a highly qualified candidate.” An owner who plans to cruise New England and the Caribbean, for instance, may overlook a candidate with experience in the Caribbean only, even though that person is a great personality match for the owner. However, the brothers who share ownership of Cheers 46, which is hull number one in the Benetti Veloce 140 line, took a few surprising turns that may just have other owners following in their footsteps. And, just like the Veloce 140, the Vivace 125 allows buyers to personalise the yacht in accordance with how they like to live on the water. Upon her arrival in Fremantle her single deck appearance was altered with the addition of a second deck to carry passengers for the excursion river trade. New running gear comprising 3” stainless shaft with bronze inboard and outboard bearings by C&O Engineering, Newton Abbot.
A professional CharterWorld yacht charter consultant will discuss each charter during your charter selection process. However, the original Crossfield Nobby carried on as a pole-masted cutter with a gaff topsail for decades. Her interior was updated a bit and she also has a single diesel engine, so getting around isn’t as difficult as it was a hundred-plus years ago. Now between 10 and 15 years old, the compact design is one that appears to have struck the balance: it still maintains a reputation as a demon on club racing courses and as a solid family cruiser on weekend outings. Just aft is the door to the second private cabin, with standing headroom by the hanging locker and a double berth.
The idea is for the buyer to feel like he’s getting a newer boat, not one that is still being (heavily) used by somebody else. Spend a few bucks up front on a handyman to make a better deal on the back end when the boat sells. If the boat is easy to reach, then more buyers will stop by for a look, and the more chances you’ll have to close on a sale.
Connor started the company in 2001, after spending nine years at sea as a professional yacht captain.
Or, if you plan to cruise the Bahamas and your vessel draws over two metres (seven feet or more), you’ll want a captain with experience navigating large boats in shallow water. It remains to be seen, of course, whether massive main-deck gyms will muscle out master suites.
Starting prices are shown in a range of currencies for a one-week charter, unless otherwise marked. Personality is a critical component for a successful hire, and it’s why our company interviews so many people for each open position. What’s really nice on a boat of this size is the forward-facing nav station, a feature which was still considered mandatory on boats a decade ago. That kind of presentation instills confidence in your boat as a top-quality offering on the market. Just follow the "reserve this yacht charter" link for your chosen yacht charter or contact us and someone from the CharterWorld team will be in touch shortly. Many photographs of the work undertaken and all receipts are available to prospective purchasers.

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