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Motor yacht AIR now offered in USD for Caribbean winter

Motor yacht Air now offered in USD for Caribbean winter

The 81m (266’) Feadship motor yacht Air is available to charter in the Caribbean this winter before moving on to the South Pacific in March 2015, with rates now published in US dollars.

Built by Dutch superyacht yard Feadship with delivery in 2011, she is the largest Feadship currently available for charter.

The renowned Remi Tessier has designed a sophisticated, minimalist interior with accommodation for 12 guests in seven large staterooms.

Accommodation includes an impressive split-level master suite, two guest cabins on the upper deck, one on the main deck and three on the lower deck.

The vast master suite boasts a breathtaking view over the eight-metre long pool on the main deck forward area.

An expansive sun deck offers a well-equipped gym, lounging areas aft and forward with a Jacuzzi tub, and a 102 inch pop-up television screen for outdoor movie viewing.

Air also features an elevator to all decks, massage and steam rooms, and a large foldable swimming platform with bar. The yacht is also fully helicopter compatible and is a fully certified PADI dive centre for scuba diving instruction.

An excellent selection of water toys includes two tenders, personal watercraft, Laser dinghies, water skis, snorkeling gear and fishing tackle.

Air charters at US$750,000 per week in high season and US$700,000 in low season through International Yacht Register.

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