More cabin flexibility on charter yacht Broadwater
by Malcolm Maclean
The 49.68m (163’) motor yacht Broadwater has had its forward port guest double cabin converted into a twin, offering guests more options than ever.
Broadwater was built by Dutch super yacht yard Feadship, with delivery in 1990 and impeccably maintained ever since, including a major refit in 2014.
This luxury charter yacht accommodates 10 guests in five cabins including a master suite on the main deck with a queen sized bed. Ideal for charter by a group of couples, below decks lie three double cabins with queen sized beds and the new twin cabin, all with flat screen televisions, Kaleidescape on-demand audio and visual access, and en suite facilities.
Broadwater has a large, comfortable saloon with tasteful new furniture, antiques and oil paintings. Forward is a formal dining area with seating for 10 guests.Al fresco entertaining and dining is available on upper aft deck offering substantial space with a wet bar and dining for 10 guests. Further outdoor entertainment is available on the sun deck with amenities including a wet bar, spa pool, comfortable sun pads and lounge chairs.
Charter guests are invited to enjoy, at cost, a selection of the owner's personal favourite wines. The onboard custom cellar provides access to over 250 bottles of unique New World wines from Napa and Sonoma in California.
Water toys include two tenders, two Waverunners, water skis and an array of towables.
Broadwater charters in the Caribbean at $185,000 per week through Worth Avenue Yachts.