Luxury Yacht Bamarandi

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Price Per Week:$42,750.00 Incl.
Build:Fountaine Pajot
Year:2015
Length:67
Guests:10
Cabins:5
Crew:3
Notes:Accommodation for 10 guests in 5 en-suite cabins: 1 King, 3 Queens, 1 Twin. All have A/C and independent airblow system, Samsung LED TV with access to onboard film library, Sonos music system in each cabin with access to the onboard large music library. 2 Bluetooth headphones in each cabin for late night film viewing. The very large master cabin also has a desk / dressing table and a dressing area.
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You just have to see the luxury yacht Bamarandi to appreciate the thought that went into this Victoria 67, (newly built and launched in 2015), newest addition to Fountaine Pajot’s Flagship fleet – top-of-the-line luxury charter catamaran.

Luxury yacht Bamarandi is beautifully appointed including Royal Dalton Crystal, Wedgewood China, Studio William cutlery and top of the line beds worthy of the mega yacht market.

There is accommodation for 10 guests in 5 en-suite cabins: 1 King, 3 Queens, 1 Twin. All have A/C and independent controls, Samsung LED TV with access to onboard film library, Sonos music system in each cabin with access to the onboard large music library. 2 Bluetooth headphones in each cabin for late night film viewing. The very large master cabin also has a desk / dressing table and a dressing area.

The flybridge will the most popular zone on this yacht.  It is accessed from the cockpit with stairs on both sides that are easy to traverse.  The seating area is incredibly comfortable with benches, side tables, a relaxing sofa, and the convenience of a refrigerator and sink.  Plenty of lounging pads too for those who just want to sit back and enjoy the beauty of the Caribbean.

Making this yacht even more attractive is the super duo and award winning crew of Captain Donald and Chef Audrey (along with stewardess Caitlin).  Professional and fun while offering 5 star service all the time. Bamarandi is available for charter in the BVI and further down island to St Martin, Antigua and the Grenadines.