The 27.3 metre (88’) motor yacht Quo Vadis has gained her Spanish charter licence and is now offering a special introductory rate of eight days for the price of seven in the Balearic Islands during September.
Built in GRP by Italian yard Fipa Italiana, she was launched in 2009 as a Maiora 27 model and offers all the comfort and amenities for which this brand is renowned. Generous accommodation is offered for up to nine guests in four cabins including a master suite with a king sized bed, two doubles and a twin with a Pullman berth, all with WiFi internet access and en suite bathroom facilities.
The main saloon has a comfortable semi circular sofa and an additional two seater couch, both in designer fabrics, to port. On the starboard side is an entertainment centre including a large screen television mounted to the wall while forward is a dining table seating nine guests for formal meals.
More casual al fresco entertaining is available on the aft deck but the piece de resistance must be the large flybridge with a Jacuzzi, dining facilities, bar and a large sunbathing area with sun pads.
Commercially registered for charter, her twin 1,800hp MTU engines give her a comfortable cruising speed of 22 knots and she carries a wide range of water toys, including a tender, jet ski, SeaDoo, SeaBob, 10 sets of snorkeling gear, three sets of scuba diving equipment and an array of towables including water skis.
Quo Vadis is available for charter through Ocean Independence at rates starting from €44,000 per week.