Posted September 10, 2019 in Charter by Morgan Crowe

The 153-foot (46m) BALISTA is now for charter with Northrop and Johnson. The superyacht charters in The Bahamas and Caribbean in the winter and The Bahamas in the summer; charters start at $175,000 per week, plus expenses.

BALISTA offers charter guests the best in luxury on the water. From her sumptuous interior to her impressive outdoor living areas, guests will relish the luxurious amenities found throughout.

The superyacht boasts impressive Italian build and design. Built by Cantieri Di Pisa in 2013 and refitted in 2019, the yacht welcomes guests with a new, modern interior that that has an elevated sense of luxury and class. Throughout the yacht guests will find stunning Italian woodwork, beautiful marble and posh furnishings with cool leather trim. Charter guests will love relaxing in the main salon with its ample seating, bar and piano. Just forward of the main salon is a lovely formal dining area where guests can enjoy delectable meals prepared by the chef. The skylounge is another sensational area for relaxing, offering a lounge area and Asian-inspired sliding glass doors that open to reveal a foldout balcony.

The luxury charter yacht offers accommodations for 12 guests in six striking staterooms. BALISTA’s main deck master is an ideal retreat offering ample natural light, a king-size bed, an office and his-and-hers en-suite baths with a soaking tub on her side and a rain shower on his. The VIP stateroom offers versatility as it can either be a full-beam stateroom with a lounge or a family room with two separate rooms with a pull-out conch on the lounge side. The superyacht also features two double-bed staterooms and two twin-bed staterooms.

Charter yacht BALISTA provides guests with the best of the alfresco lifestyle. The yacht is equipped with an impressive array of water toys including a 37-foot (11.3m) towed tender. BALISTA’s expansive sundeck offers three sections where guests can sunbathe, lounge, socialize and soak in the Jacuzzi. On the main deck aft, guests can enjoy sundowners before heading to the skylounge aft for an alfresco meal.

BALISTA has a top speed of 22 knots allowing the yacht to get to the next destination quickly. With such speed, BALISTA was named after the ancient ballista missile that the Greeks during the conquest of the Roman Empire.

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