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189' (57.6m) W Now for Charter

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The 189-foot (57.6m) superyacht W is now for charter with Northrop & Johnson. W charters in The Bahamas, Caribbean, Florida and New England in the summer and The Bahamas, Caribbean and Florida in the winter; charters start at $400,000.

W was built by Feadship in 2013 and received an extensive €9,000,000, 10-month refit in 2020 at the Feadship shipyard. W is in “as new” condition having her interior refit, cabins reconfigured (adding two guest cabins), upgraded ATV/IT packages, and zeroing of all her main engineering elements. With her new striking grey hull, W and her 13 all-star crewmembers are ready to welcome guests for a holiday of a lifetime.

Charter yacht W allows guests to live the best of the alfresco lifestyle while aboard. Her 68-foot (21m) long sundeck is a highlighting feature that will have guests spending days lounging in the sunshine and soaking in the views. The yacht’s sundeck features a large Jacuzzi, several sunbathing areas, a shaded bar and alfresco dining. On W’s other two decks are plush lounging spaces.

The luxury superyacht’s interior was designed by Bannenberg & Rowell and received touches by A La Mer during her refit. The space has an elevated sense of luxury with its chic, modern style. Her interior’s showpiece is her flexible dining space on the bridge deck with fully retractable doors that provide an indoor/outdoor dining experience.

Twelve guests are accommodated in the utmost comfort of charter yacht W’s five guest staterooms. The main deck master suite is an oasis with its own private balcony. The suite also features a lounge, walk-in closet with a dressing area and a luxurious en-suite bath. Below deck, this Feadship charter yacht has two VIP staterooms and two convertible twin staterooms. Additionally, there is a stateroom on the bridge deck with a queen murphy bed.

For more information on charter yacht W, please email [email protected].

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