Motor Yacht GRAY MATTERS – 45.72M • 150′; Palmer Johnson • 2007 GUESTS: 12, BEAM: 8.4M , CABINS: 3 double, 2 twin, DRAFT: 2.1M, CREW: Captain Guy McClave (American) + 7.  CRUISING AREA: Bahamas (winter & summer 2019)

M/Y GREY MATTERS – Book a charter for January through March 2019 in the Bahamas and receive a fabulous 25% discount. Willing to accept
charters less than 7 days.

M/Y GREY MATTERS is the ultimate sport yacht with cutting edge styling and a distinctive sleek profile and performance. This impressive 150′ Palmer Johnson was extensively refitted in 2014 and has continuously been upgraded since.

Fresh paint job in light grey with black and gold accents, new teak decks throughout, reconfigured sun deck and open sun deck lounge incorporating a jacuzzi and wet bar, new AV, BBQ, and open deck air-conditioning. Inside, the interior has been artfully conceived
and re-designed; ebony and leather panelling, granite and marble with back-lit onyx throughout staterooms and living areas create a
superior luxury feel.

M/Y GREY MATTERS additionally offers an ultra-modern stabilization system plus a full assortment of new water toys and to complete the
package is Captain McClave plus 7 brilliant crew members that are just waiting to welcome charter guests on board.

Normal Charter Rate:  USD 160,000 p/w high; USD 140,000 p/w low plus expenses

CRUISING AREA: Bahamas (winter & summer 2019)

KEY FEATURES
• Ultra-modern stabilization system with Quantum Marine fin stabilizers and zero speed Seakeepers Gyro stabilizers

• Reconfigured Sun deck complete with open lounge area, jacuzzi and wet bar

• BBQ and open deck air-conditioning

• Great inventory of watertoys

• Indoor cinema for relaxing evenings

• Spacious and bright deck spaces

New teak decks throughout

SCHEDULE:   7 to 11 Mar 2019 (Great Exuma/Great Exuma) – unavailable

Taylor’d Yacht Charters will assist you in chartering the perfect yacht and developing the itinerary that meets your desires within the limitations of the yacht you select and the duration of the charter. mailto:info@localhost

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