We may have been living under lockdown for most of 2020, but thanks to relaxed restrictions and Burgess’ brilliant charter fleet, there’s still a chance to save summer 2020.
Two of the first countries to reopen for charter yachts post COVID-19 are Croatia and Greece. As a result of strictly maintained quarantine measures throughout the pandemic, both destinations have had a low enough case count to allow the return of international tourism. For those hoping to take advantage of the easing travel restrictions, Burgess has a selection of their best superyachts ready to charter in these regions.
With stunning, sun-baked islands scattered throughout warm waters, both these nations on the Balkan peninsula offer an ideal alternative for charterers hoping to escape to the seas this summer. Scenic anchorages and quiet bays are sure to be on the itinerary for travellers looking for a remote retreat on board.
For further piece of mind, a large portion of the Burgess charter fleet is offering a full refund cancellation policy for charters cancelled due to COVID-19, in addition to this there is a free cancellation for any reason up to 21 days before the start of the trip.
Superyachts with this amenable cancellation policy that will be chartering along Croatia’s coast include 73.5 metre Siren, 54.2 metre Talisman Maiton and 73 metre Titania. Two other Burgess superyachts available for charter this summer in the Adriatic are 82.5 metre Secret and 61.3 metre Katharine.
All of these superyachts share attractive amenities such as a Jacuzzi, cocktail bar and expansive sundecks for soaking up the sunshine. However, each yacht has its own unique features to suit every group's specific needs – whether that’s Siren’s outdoor cinema or the live-in masseuse on board Titania.
Over in Greece, superyachts including 63.8 metre Magna Grecia and 38 metre Namaste are also ready to welcome charters with a fully refundable cancellation policy. Two stunning Perini Navi sailing yachts, Victoria A and Xasteria, offer alternative options for charterers wishing to explore the Greek islands in a more classic style.
For those hoping there’s still a chance to spend the Mediterranean season on the high seas, the Burgess fleet is once again ready for charter. For more information and details on superyachts available to charter this summer, head to burgessyachts.com