Boat International has selected the best superyachts available to charter during the next America’s Cup. Incredible boats, which few can afford, but dreaming doesn’t cost anything!
The serene and elegant Mondango 3 is available to charter for the America’s Cup and will be located in berth number six in the America’s Cup Marina, Hamilton. The 56.4 metre sailing yacht was delivered by Alloy Yachts in 2014 and features a Jacuzzi, sunlongers, sunpads and an al fresco dining table on her spacious deck. Mondango 3 is managed for charter by Burgess and has a weekly rate of €224,000 for the America’s Cup.
Delivered in 2006 by Perini Navi, 88 metre Maltese Falcon features iconic design by Ken Freivokh and Sinnex. She underwent an extensive refurbishment in winter 2015/2016 and can sleep up to 12 guests in six cabins. Managed for charter by Burgess, her weekly rate is €440,000 during the America’s Cup.
Marae was delivered in 2004 by New Zealand yard, Alloy Yachts. Her most recent refit was in 2014 and she can accommodate up to six guests in three cabins. She has a weekly rate starting from $89,000 during the qualifying rounds of the America’s Cup and $118,000 during the finals.
Spirit of the C’s
The recently redecorated 64 metre superyacht Spirit of the C’s was delivered by Perini Navi in 2003 and sleeps up to 10 guests in five spacious cabins. Northrop & Johnson manages Spirit of the C’s for charter and has a high season weekly rate that starts from €198,000 for the America’s Cup.
An iconic sailing yacht, 53 metre Drumbeat was delivered in 2002 by Alloy Yachts. She sleeps up to 11 guests in five cabins and is perfect for families who are fans of the America’s Cup. Managed for charter by Yachtzoo, Drumbeat has a rate starting from €175,000 per week for the America’s Cup.