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13 of the best luxury yachts for charter for under $50k

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Seaquell, $40,000

When you think of luxury yacht charters, what typically comes to mind is the quarter-million-dollar-a-week megayachts hosting the likes of Oprah, Angelina and other A-listers. Legions of crew, Cristal by the case and Beluga caviar by the gallon.

But there’s another side to crewed charters, less-flashy yachts that offer all the advantages of a private customised vacation and are perfect for getting away with your family or friends. We have come up with an eclectic collection of great yachts under $50,000 a week, from the Mediterranean to New England

Before you whip out your AmEx Centurion card, keep in mind that’s plus-plus. The basic charter rate is plus fuel, plus food and beverages and plus a generous tip to the crew because they treated you like Oprah or Angelina. But those costs are controllable by how far and how fast you go, and whether you want lobster, gold-leaf sushi and Italian truffles at every meal. Like everything on a yacht charter, it’s your call.

1. Seaquell

The sleek and elegant sailing yacht Seaquell is the perfect option for anyone chartering on a budget — she sleeps up to six guests in three beautiful cabins and is available to whisk guests away for a vacation in the Caribbean.

The 32.9 metre superyacht was delivered in 1992 by Alloy Yachts and offers guests a custom swim deck Jacuzzi as well as an al fresco dining area, plenty of sunbathing spots and a crow's nest for extraordinary views.

Below deck guests can enjoy an intimate dinner with their nearest and dearest around the dining table in the main saloon before relaxing on comfortable sofas with a movie or board game. Additionally, there is a study area with beautiful ocean views and a second lounge perfect for a quiet afternoon tea and catching up with friends.

Managed for charter and for sale by Ocean Independence, she has a weekly charter rate of $40,000 in the low seasons and $46,000 in the high.

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