The MYBA Charter Show 2014 in Genoa – The Hottest in the Port!

The MYBA Charter Show is one like no other, the key yachts on the charter market for the upcoming season are exhibited for brokers worldwide to see.  The show is famed for signalling the start of the Mediterranean season, with many of the exhibited yachts zipping away from the show and welcoming clients on board. Genoa is a show where every aspect of the yacht is exhibited, offering the chance to show off the most professional captains, talented chefs and the craziest new water toys. Everything kicks off today, and we have a couple of favourites in the port.

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ALEXANDRA V is a stunning Princess 95, she returns for the 2014 charter season following an extensive re-fit leaving her in “like-new” condition. She offers huge exterior and interior volume with her large flybridge and full-beam master cabin, her layout is perfect for families and friends alike.

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Captain Jason Maxwell is an experienced professional and as such will show you the hottest ports and the most beautiful anchorages of the Mediterranean and beyond! The chef on board has a large portfolio of specialities, and loves cooking the finest food and loves tailoring menus to specific dietary requirements and prepares only organic, locally-sourced delights.

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Our other favourite is NASSIMA! She’s an absolutely stunning 2012 creation from Acico Yachts. She offers a huge master suite on the top deck, providing incredible views when sleeping at anchor. As well as this her incredibly equipped sundeck provides the ultimate in luxury hangouts. NASSIMA truly provides the perfect combination modern design, unparalleled luxury and contemporary class. Enjoy wellness onboard this stunning yacht with her fully equipped gymnasium, designed by a professional trainer and stocked with cutting edge equipment.

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For more information on the yachts exhibited at the Genoa MYBA Charter Show or luxury crewed yacht charters around the Mediterranean, contact us today.