Boasting luxurious outdoor areas, a refined interior and tender garage packed to the rafters, the 65 metre superyacht Eternity is now available to charter in the crystal blue waters of the Bahamas.
Bahamas adventure: Step on board the 65m charter superyacht Eternity
On deck, an impressive array of leisure and entertainment facilities, including a fully equipped gym and large swimming pool, make Eternity the ideal charter yacht for socialising and entertaining with family and friends.
The tender garage too is packed with the latest and greatest tenders and toys, including wave runners, kayaks, wakeboards, SeaBobs, paddleboards, and even a Lift electric hydrofoil for the adrenaline junkies on board. Also among Eternity’s bursting toy box is an inflatable wall and slide, which is sure to keep the kids – and big kids – of the group happy.
Below deck, the bright colours of the local Bahamian waters are infused throughout the sophisticated interior design penned by Della Role, which is decorated with Bahamian procured fine art by native artist John Cox.
Accommodation inside the spacious 1046 GT interior is for a total of 12 guests in seven sumptuous suites. Charter guests can look forward to being waited on by Eternity’s 17-strong crew, who also happen to be exceptional hosts and look forward to ensuring their guests enjoy the spirit of the Bahamian culture.
One recent charter client said Eternity and her crew “set a new standard in the Bahamas.”
“The food, the smiles and the service were five star. Captain Aldon got us to some spectacular spots, places we didn’t know we could get to onboard a larger yacht. We are forever grateful for the family memories created onboard and look forward to our return.”
Eternity is overseen by charter manager Kaisa Pace, who draws on over 20 years of industry experience and has a particular passion for the Bahamas. Eternity is managed for charter by Hill Robinson with a new low rate of $330,000 per week. For enquiries or more details, visit hillrobinson.com/eternity.
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