Refreshed motor yacht Mary-Jean II ready to charter again
Currently undergoing a yard period in Italy, the 61.7m (202’) motor yacht Mary-Jean II will emerge on 16th November and will transit to the Caribbean, arriving on 10th December refreshed and ready for charter.
Launched in 2010, she is a stunning piece of craftsmanship from renowned Italian shipbuilder ISA.
With her striking Aristo blue hull, this superyacht utilises the very latest technology, design and Italian craftsmanship with a contemporary interior design by Mark Berryman. Twin Caterpillar engines take her to a top speed of 17 knots with a comfortable cruising speed of 14 knots. Her tenders and toys are stored neatly out of sight, leaving her spacious and beautifully-appointed deck areas dedicated to sunbathing, dining and total relaxation.
For those who prefer a more active lifestyle, there is a wide range of brand new water sports equipment as well as a dedicated gym in the stern, with access to the large swim platform and the sea.
Mary-Jean II can accommodate 12 guests in seven staterooms and is run by a crew of 15, headed by experienced American captain, Simon Cawthorne.
Weekly charter rates this winter are €345,000 in high season and €310,000 in low season through Yachting Partners International.