Sailing Yacht – AXIA – New England Yacht Charter – 6 Guests $55,000 ++

Sailing Yacht AXIA is available for charter in New England and is offering a Special  of $55,000/wk plus expenses! Normal Charter rate From: $65,000 per week ++. AXIA, the Greek word for Worthy befits this yacht’s grand pedigree. A perfect collaboration of Sparkman & Stephens naval architecture, John Mumford interior design, and Palmer Johnson Yacht Builders has created an exceptional yacht. A world cruising pilothouse ketch, she safely and confidently plies the seven seas. The elegant and worldly AXIA now awaits your pleasure.The Master Stateroom is situated aft and is full beam. The walk around King Bed is complemented with sumptuous Italian Frette linens and includes a vanity/dressing table, generous wardrobes, and a settee which can be converted into two bunks for small children. Spacious en-suite facilities include bathtub with shower overhead, sink and head.With an expansive main salon and dining area highlighted with Munford teak panels and Baccarat crystal, AXIA is the classical, elegant charter sailing yacht for New England waters.  S/Y AXIA carries numerous water toys including 2 ski biscuits, inflatable dolphin, 1 wakeboard, 1 kneeboard, 1 banana, children’s water skis, adult water skis and slalom, and a laser pico sailing dinghy.  Capt. Jon Jeffreys and his crew have a great charter reputation and look forward to welcoming you and your guests!  123 foot Palmer Johnson.  3 staterooms, 6 guests, 6 crew; Winter:  Caribbean; Summer- New England.  Available for charter and offering a special low rate of $55,000 per week plus expenses!  Available this summer in New England and this winter season in the Caribbean!  Great reviews from the Newport Charter Show.  

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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