Refitted motor yacht Aquavita now ready for Caribbean charter
Following a successful debut at the Antigua Yacht Show, the recently refitted 49.9m (164’) motor yacht Aquavita is now available for charters in the Caribbean.
This six-stateroom yacht underwent a multi-million dollar interior and exterior refit in 2014, including a total transformation of her interior with custom furniture and finishes.
Built by US yard Westport with delivery in 2009, she is currently the only Westport 164 available for charter in the world.
A contemporary, neutral decor of cool tones and macassar ebony veneer woods is featured throughout, complemented by fine marbles and mother of pearl inlays.
The generous saloon on Aquavita is open plan, with the relaxation lounge aft and formal dining forward. The relaxation area features two large sofas, comfortable ottomans and a coffee table while a low credenza with a retractable television set separates it from the dining area.
Accommodation is 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, featuring a separate study, followed by a full beam cabin, with king size bed, ample storage and a generous en suite facility. The VIP stateroom is on the upper deck, forward of the sky lounge, boasting a king size bed. Below decks are four further guest cabins, three with king size beds and one with twin beds.
The 11-person crew under the command of Captain Doug Wernick is dedicated to the finest service to enhance the yachting experience for the most discerning clientele.
Water toys include two tenders, two Yamaha Waverunners, a jet ski, sea kayaks, water skis, snorkeling gear and a variety of towables.
Aquavita charters at $260,000 per week plus expenses through International Yacht Collection.