C&NI welcomes two new yachts to the charter fleet
Camper & Nicholsons International are pleased to welcome the 42m (138') Penny Mae and the 41.5m (136') Calisto to the charter fleet.
The unique 42m (138') tri-deck motoryacht Penny Mae was designed for cruising in absolute comfort. Further to a refit this coming summer, Penny Mae will be available for charter in the Bahamas this coming Autumn, before she sets off on a world wide tour beginning with Central America and Costa Rica, followed by French Polynesia. She has just finished an expedition in association with The International SeaKeepers Society tagging tiger sharks in Tiger Beach, Grand Bahama Island. Used as a base for site and research by a team of researchers from the University of Miami, Penny Mae was provided by her owners as part of the SeaKeepers' DISCOVERY Yachts Program.
C&NI also welcome the 41.5m (136’) Calisto. From the sweeping stretches of open deck to her palatial interior, privacy and luxury define every aspect of a charter experience on board Calisto. Built during World War II for service as a minesweeper for the British Navy, Calisto was transformed into a luxury superyacht by the Irish tycoon Thomas Loel Guinness in the 1950’s.
For more information or to arrange a charter on any of the yachts in the Camper & Nicholsons' charter fleet, please contact your nearest C&NI charter broker.