Top 10 40-50m Caribbean Motor Yacht Charters

Exuma: Chic Design, Inside and Out

An inviting temptation, Perini Navi’s Exuma entices with extraordinary features tucked into her 163.71 ft/49.9 m hull featuring 3 decks and a dramatic plumb bow. With an environmentally oriented footprint she carries great diversions, including an amphibious car, a hovercraft, sea scooters, and a divine pool with 55 microjets. Two tenders facilitate fun with watersports toys, and great deck and dining spaces encourage the social agenda, with ample oversized curved windows yielding great bluewater views. Put your name on a week of Exuma’s beautiful decks, accommodating 9 guests in 5 cabins, beginning at $207,500.


Moonraker: The Height of Luxury

This super elegant Mangusta 165 delivered in 2014 is one chic yacht with stylish cabins for 10 guests and 9 crew in her 163.75ft /49.91m hull. Amenities keep guests fit and fabulous with a gym, steam room, deck Jacuzzi, sumptuous master en suite bath in marble and chrome, and sophisticated bar. The main deck provides outdoor al fresco dining for 12 at a large square table or indoors for 10 flanked by large, transparent wine storage racks. Stunning art, a cushy cinema room, and light, bright space with ample ceiling height makes this yacht perfect for taller guests. Toys include Sea Scooters, Seabobs, paddleboards, jet skis, and a pack of towables. Moonraker charter rates begin at $189,000 per week.

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Odessa: Armani Casa Interiors with a Sleek Christensen Profile

Twelve lucky guests bask in luxurious Armani decor on board Odessa, with black satin walnut joinery, custom stonework, and lavish attention to detail. Enjoy the aquarium wall from both the formal dining for up to 10, and from the elegant salon with white onyx backlit bar. Pamper and primp in the quartzite and glass master bath with soaking tub, large office, and stunningly appointed bedroom. Indulge in al fresco dining aft on the main deck overlooking the length of the boat, fully lit underwater, for a memorable evening repast on this 160.01ft /48.77m yacht. Equipped with gym, Jacuzzi, three tenders, and water play engaging Waverunners, Seabobs, water skis, wake boards, scuba equipment with dive compressor, and lots of towable toys, plan for an indulgent week on board Odessa beginning with Caribbean winter rates at $238,000 per week.


Blush: Beauty and Style

The prettiest yacht on the water, Sunseeker’s Blush is a divine confection of sky blue hull and white superstructure, with an elegant interior that sleeps 10 guests in 5 cabins. Lush textures and beautiful hues complement the ultra-cool interiors appearing as a penthouse on the water stretching 154.99ft /47.24m stem to stern. Touches of soothing sky hues brighten throughout, and a beach club with sliding glass doors accesses the interior day lounge. Jacuzzi and lavish seating on the sun deck, handsome dining both inside and out on the upper deck, stunning salon and aft deck dining on the main deck, with master and VIP suites forward and a nice menu of water toys keep this yacht booked much of the year, beginning at $219,500 per week for the winter Caribbean season.


Entourage: Entertaining Envy

If you know yachts, then you know the Luca Dini interior on Entourage, a 2014 152.72ft /46.55m Tecnomar by Admiral Yachts, is one appreciated by sophisticated guests. The cabin configuration puts 12 guests in 5 cabins styled in haute contemporary furnishings, upscale materials, and intriguing textures. Thoughtful layouts provide space with smooth touches of color on the teak and white interiors lit by floor to ceiling doors and windows. Covered al fresco dining, sundeck Jacuzzi, gym, fold down beach club, and glorious floating stair add to the ambiance. Secure time on board this desirable charter beginning at $200,000 per week.


Pure One: Fabulous 24-hour Fun

This 2008 Leopard 46 looks for all practical purposes like she was born yesterday, with a sleek profile designed by Andrea Bacigalupo and interiors by Cristiano Gatto bearing all of the hallmarks of great Italian yacht design. Pure One’s exquisite 151.57ft /46.2m design sleeps 12 guests in 5 cabins, boasting a glass-walled sundeck Jacuzzi adjoined by dining and lounge areas, and a stylish salon, she is as elegant as she is fun loving, engaging guests with waverunners, jet skis, seabobs, scuba equipment with dive compressor, wake board, snorkel equipment, fishing equipment, bicycles, and lots of inflatables including a slide, floating mat, and trampoline. Ensure your time on board this sociable yacht beginning at $150,000 per week this winter in the Caribbean.


Big Fish: Ready for Anything

This bold, explorer style McMullen & Wing design by Gregory Marshall is ready for your most adventuresome itineraries, with a 10,000 nm range, a huge swim platform, and stiletto-friendly epoxy and granite stone decking. A Jacuzzi and dining area on the sun deck, and a series of aft deck dining and lounging spaces combine with contemporary interiors and a strong profile to encourage active pursuits involving her long list of amenities and entertainment. With two tenders, one with a 200 nm range, 8 scuba set ups, 2 kayaks, 2 kite surfers, a sea doo jet ski, 2 windsurfers, 4 paddleboards, and snorkel equipment filling the toy closet, and a clutch of awards illustrating the handsome design and smart technology, this yacht comes cruise ready for everything on the agenda. Big Fish charters 147.64ft /45m of adventure for $275,000 per week during the winter Caribbean season.


Flying Dragon: Fast, Exotic, and Spacious

Extraordinary fast planing hull design from Dobroserdov paired with Luca Dini styling establishes this 146.98ft/44.8m Admiral yacht as an exotic creature from the first glimpse of the striking exterior graphics on the metallic blue hull. An expansive sun deck with Jacuzzi, pop out balcony on the master suite, marble and onyx en suite master bath, beautiful woods, and high end materials confirm the status, while full menu of toys and a tender focus on water sports and towables. Accommodating 10 guests in 5 cabins, Flying Dragon has a top speed of 18 kts. Charters begin at $138,000 per week throughout the popular Caribbean cruising season.


Philmi: The Sparkle of Swarovski

Luscious curves aside, the sweeping profile of the 141.90ft /43.25m the ISA Yacht Philmi is a seriously accommodating yacht welcoming 10 guests in 5 divine cabins. Main deck oversized windows, a custom bar on the flybridge, a beach club with gym, and Swarovski crystals sparkling up the interior with light from skylights all combine for a glowing yacht perfect for parties with an elegant atmosphere. Two tenders, plus 2 Seadoo jet skis, a kayak, scuba equipment, fishing equipment, wake boards, water ski, paddle boards, and inflatables round out the amenities, offering both active and passive pursuits. Rates begin at $186,500 per week for the winter Caribbean season.


Barents Sea: A Study in Blue

There is much to enjoy on board Mondo Marine’s 137.01ft/41.76m Barents Sea, from the dramatic electric blue hull, to Luca Dini’s fine Italian hand throughout the interiors, an al fresco LED lit bar and plasma screen, home theatre system, and sundeck Jacuzzi. Whites and neutrals benefit from pastel accents, sparked with a few bold strokes of color and unique lighting. Nouvrania tenders lead the way to water play engaging waverunners, snorkel equipment, fishing equipment, water skis, banana, wake board, canoe, and plenty of inflatables. Tour the Caribbean in Barents Sea style this winter, with charter rates beginning at $100,000 per week.


Kathleen Turner

Writing engaging, intelligent, accurate copy for the luxury audience, KLTurner covers wine, sailing, travel, and a variety of luxury profile topics.

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