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New to the Charter Fleet

4th Apr 2016

Four fantastic yachts join the Camper & Nicholsons charter fleet - the magnificent 51.8m (169'8) Q, the super luxurious 47m (154’2) Orient Star, the modern classic 38.5m (126’3) Taransay and the 34m (111'5) feel-good yacht, Solis.

Built for extensive bluewater cruising, the multi award-winning ketch-rigged sailing yacht will be available for charter in the West Med from June. The 51.8m (169'8) Q boasts a spacious dining area on the main deck with a spectacular fully retractable, curved, rear window that offers guests the most exceptional views. Outside, her flybridge boasts stunning panoramic views, a barbeque and a large Jacuzzi on the foredeck that is surrounded by sumptuous sunpads, ideal for entertaining and relaxing. 

With the most exquisitely designed interior by award winning Tara Bernerd, the 47m (154’2) Orient Star is in a class of her own. Specialising in residential design, Bernerd brings a fresh approach to this tri-deck yacht, illustrated through the use of rich materials, carefully selected artwork and accessories and a monochromatic palette of greys and whites.

Taransay, one of the most beautiful gentleman’s yachts around, is 38.5m (126'3) of class and heritage. Traditional in her own right, she boasts the most advanced technology making her an exceptionally special charter yacht. Launched in April 2015, Taransay was inspired by Ocean Glory, a beautiful 1930s motor yacht. Built as a modern replica of this classic, the brand new ‘spirit of tradition’ will be available to charter in the West Mediterranean for the summer season.

Solis, the brand new Mulder is a feel-good yacht that pushes the boundaries between inside and out. Walking into her main saloon, a relaxing honey-toned palette is complemented by oak paneling, natural stones and soothing blue accents, to reflect the surrounding seascapes and imitate the hues of the sea and sand. Often referred to as a beach house on water, Solis incorporates full height sliding glass panels, so that natural light is maximised.

by Camper Nicholsons

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