The 39.6m (130’) motor yacht Serengeti will be chartering in the Caribbean this winter but then crossing over to the west coast of the USA in early spring and will be available for charter in Alaska every summer.
Serengeti sleeps 10-12 guests in 5 spacious staterooms with a Pullman berth in each twin bed stateroom. The other two guest staterooms have king beds and the Master Stateroom is located on the main deck with a California King bed.
Serengeti has zero speed stabilizers, Wifi, Jacuzzi, lots of water toys and a towable 34' Regulator.
Toys include a tender, water skis, a kayak, waverunners, seabobs, wakeboard, snorkeling gear and fishing tackle.
This boat was originally owned by Johnny Carson and he called her Serengeti after his love for the African savannah. Recently sold, the new owner wanted to bring back this same theme, hence the change in name from Mary Alice II.
Serengeti's rate in the Caribbean is US$100,000 per week plus expenses. And her rate in Alaska is US$110,000 per week plus expenses through Northrop & Johnson.