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News: Special rate for the New England charter yacht AXIA by Palmer Johnson

August 20, 2012 by Yacht Charter
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Sailing yacht AXIA is a 37,5 metre Palmer Johnson built luxury superyacht currently available for charter in New England for a special rate of US$ 59,000 per week plus expenses, for charters taking place in August and September. In addition, you will receive two more free days with a one week booking! Built in 1990, with numerous refits and continuous upgrades, charter yacht AXIA is an exceptional yacht accommodating 6-8 guests aboard.

Created in perfect collaboration between her naval architects of Sparkman & Stephens, John Munford for interior design and Palmer Johnson as yacht builder, superyacht AXIA will take you around New England in comfort and style, guaranteed by her professional crew of 5.

Take some time of to relax in the expansive main saloon or enjoy a great meal in the dining area featuring Munford teak fielded panels and polished brass accents. AXIA yacht has a classical nautical style and graceful elegance that benefits her name, which in Greek means ‘Worthy’.

For alfresco entertaining and dining, luxury yacht AXIA boasts a spacious cockpit area with a large dining table and settees. Furthermore, her large aft deck features teak lounge chairs for relaxing under the sun, stars or in the shade of the awning.

Accommodation for eight charter guests aboard includes a spacious and elegant full-beam Master Stateroom situated aft, boasting sumptuous Italian Frette linens, a dressing table, generous wardrobes, as well as a settee, which can be converted into two bunks for small children. Her large en-suite bathroom boasts a bathtub, toilet and bidet with Italian Calcutta golden vein marble throughout heads. There are two beautifully appointed port and starboard guest staterooms, both featuring twin beds and en-suite heads with shower, toilet and bidet. The Family Room contains a desk, entertainment centre and sleeper sofa for 1 additional charter guest, who would need to share head with one of the staterooms.

New England Yacht Charters

New England Yacht Charters are beautiful in their diversity, offering an incredible amount of places and cultures to discover. The six states: Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, can be all experienced in one week charter, however you might be tempted to discover each one of them in depth and spend your entire charter holiday in just one particular location.

An excellent location for luxury sailing yacht charters, New England offers a wealth of maritime history, spectacular rocky coastline, lovely towns with restaurants offering tasty fresh seafood dishes.

If you are interested in chartering AXIA yacht in this spectacular charter location, please contact our charter brokers by following this link: http://www.charterworld.com/news/special-rate-england-charter-yacht-axia-palmer-johnson

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