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Charter motor yacht Aquavita for a Caribbean New Year

The 49.9m (164’) motor yacht Aquavita is still available for charter in the Caribbean over the New Year holiday.

Built by US yard Westport and delivered in 2009, she recently emerged from a major refit and is currently the only Westport 164 available for charter in the world.

Aquavita offers modern, neutral decor, yet remains luxurious through the use of macassar ebony veneer, fine marble and mother of pearl inlay.

She has an expansive open plan saloon, with formal dining forward and a relaxation lounge aft with two large sofas, comfortable ottomans and a coffee table. A low sideboard with a retractable television set separates the lounge from the dining area.

Accommodation is available for up to 12 charter guests in six spacious cabins, all offering private en suite facilities. The master stateroom is on the main deck, forward of the main saloon and marble foyer. It is a full-beam cabin with a king-size bed, ample storage and a generous en suite, and features a separate study.

The king-size VIP stateroom is on the upper deck, forward of the sky lounge. Below deck are four further guest cabins, three with king-size beds and one with twin beds. All guest staterooms have en suite facilities.

Toys include two tenders, two Yamaha Waverunners, a jet ski, sea kayaks, water skis, snorkelling gear and a variety of towables.

Aquavita is available for charter through Northrop & Johnson at $295,000 per week plus expenses in high season.

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