Simply stunning, most say about Malta’s astonishingly clear water, dramatic landscape, and ancient architecture. There could not be a more appropriate yacht to navigate this perfection than Palmer Johnson’s eighth build in the 46m 150 series, Blue Ice.

The crisp blue hull slices a fine profile through the Mediterranean Seas, jetting about somewhere between cruising at 22 kts and all out at 27, indulging an 850 nm jaunt. A smart red waterline stripe keeps it edgy and interesting. Naval architecture by Donald L. Blount makes it possible.

The raised pilothouse is tucked into the windswept form, with a glass-topped fly bridge whose cover moves fore and aft. A Bond-ish style hydraulic garage keeps the Castoldi jet tender and wave runners neatly under wraps until needed. Of course, all the most delightful water toys take their place on the beach club below, ready when water play becomes the order of the day.

Space for ten guests is lavishly appointed with creams, khakis, wicker, exotic hardwoods, and slices of marble. Nuvolari & Leonard get the nod, continuing their exciting interiors from the custom swim platform to the top deck shade, sun, Jacuzzi, and bar. Three lavish dining areas accommodate every whim, served by eight crew.

There simply is not a more suitable luxury Mediterranean charter yacht in service for touring the fabulous waters around Malta. To book your days on board, contact [email protected]

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