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Explore South-East Asia on 73 metre charter yacht Titania

Explore South-East Asia on 73 metre charter yacht *Titania *

The impressive 73 metre (239’) motor yacht Titania has arrived in Thailand for the winter season and is available for charter in South-East Asia through Burgess.

Delivered by German yard Lürssen in 2006 with a comprehensive refit completed in 2012, Titania is designed for an effortless indoor-outdoor lifestyle and is stamped with the pedigree of one of the world’s premier shipyards.

Sumptuous accommodation for 14 guests is arranged across seven staterooms, including two master suites, a VIP stateroom and four doubles, all with beautifully appointed marble bathrooms and the latest entertainment systems. An elevator runs from the lower deck to the sundeck.

Titania’s 3.8 metre stern extension now houses a wonderful beach club with a sauna, bar and sofa with the added attraction that the area is designed to convert to a night club.

On the sundeck, a stunning enclosed glass veranda accommodates a brand new climate-controlled gymnasium with top of the range equipment – and there is a fitness instructor on board, too.

With an outstanding head chef and a charter-friendly, professional crew of 21, Titania offers an unsurpassed opportunity to cruise Malaysia, Thailand, Mynamar and the Maldives in style and luxury this winter.

Charter rates on Titania are $600,000 per week in high season and $375,000 per week in low season.

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