As summer rounds the corner it is time to plan where you and your family will be staying and what you will be doing.
By Chadwick Ciocci
We’ve curated some wonderful villas in the Caribbean for you here but below you will find several yachting options from our friends at Edmiston Yachts. They are a global leader in exquisite yachts and offer premiere service.
Motor yachts are certainly more convenient, but sailing yachts offer a greater sense of adventure, in our opinions. Below are some of our favorite sailing options and we’ll have motor options for you soon.
Beautiful. Impressive. Standard-bearer. The list of superlatives to describe the Maltese Falcon could be almost endless and it would be difficult to overstate or exaggerate just how superb this yacht actually is. She was designed by Ken Freivokh, who has designed some of the most important super yachts in the world. He has mixed contemporary, modern, industrial and other design elements but without making the ship feel eclectic or confused. If you are looking for a traditional sailing vessel, this will certainly not be your cup of tea, but if you would enjoy the open seas during the day and dining in what feels like an exclusive Manhattan restaurant at night, then you will feel right at home.
The Maltese Falcon has 6 cabins and superior staffing.
Available around 350,000 Euro per week.
This beauty is sophisticated like a Patek Phillipe watch. She is clean and refined and has made comfort one of its central principles. 12 guests can fit in to 6 cabins and children as well as adults will be able to enjoy themselves between the service and extracurricular activities Parsifal III offers. She has wave runners, seabobs, sailing dinghies, water skiing and more.
Available around 200,000 – 208,000 Euro per week.
This yacht is beautifully designed. Many yachts have dark interiors because of poor or inadequate window placement. The Salperton is the exact opposite. Much of the ceiling of the main cabin is made of glass so even when you’re inside, you can still enjoy the beauty that you would above deck. She offers 4 cabins and multiple indoor and outdoor lounge spaces.
Available around 145,000 Euro per week.
This yacht is on the smaller side of most of our options but is nonetheless a fantastic vessel. She can fit 8 guests in 4 cabins and has a plumb bow and wide stern for improved performance and stability. Shamana is not just another yacht. She is a high-tech performance sailing yacht, which means whether you and your family simply wish to relax or you are looking for more adventure then you will find both on this beauty.
Available around 68,000 to 80,000 Euro per week.