High Rate: € 205,000 weekly Plus Expenses
Low Rate: € 175,000 weekly Plus Expenses
Bridge Deck Owner's Suite with King size bed facing TV beyond which is an outdoor dining and seating area with bar + 2 Main Deck VIP Queens with ensuite bathroom with shower + 4 Lower Deckk Guest Staterooms, one with Queen, three are Twin cabins, 2 with Tubs, 1 with shower, all with TV and AV system, controlled by Ipad. Plays radio, music through TV, Satellite TV and Apple TV.
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- 12 knots
- Cannes in June 2020, Albania in July 2020; East Med in August 2020
- AIR has a unique 7 cabin layout rarely seen on charter yachts.
AIR saw an extensive refit in winter 2014/15 including new bulbous bow for smoother cruising, upgraded IT/AV network, new joinery, soft furnishings and furniture, and a refit of the galley including all-new equipment. Following a change of Owner in 2017, the yacht saw a further refit of all exterior, main salon & master cabins furnishings and updates to all guest bathrooms.
Full-beam bridge deck master suite, with large ensuite bathroom, walk-in wardrobe, two lounge areas and a 43" plasma TV. Full-height glass doors connect to the exterior area aft, but privacy is ensured through full black-out screens or sliding opaque panels.
Bridge deck aft with large exterior dining table for 12, lounge areas and bar. Dining table converts to small table for 6 ideal for watching games on the 65 inch pop-up TV.
- Tenders + Toys■ Rescue Tender - Novurania 430 DL with 60hp Yamaha Outboard ■ Scorpion 10.4m Chase Tender with max. speed of 34kts ■ 2 x SeaBobs (2017) ■ 6 x Air Series Paddleboards ■ 2 x YSeadoo GTR 215 2016 model - RYA Accredited training school ■ 3 x Hobie 1 seater Kayaks ■ 1 x Zapata Racing Flyboards (Jetpack) ( + instructor in crew) ■ 1 x Jet surf-board ■ Snorkelling gear ■ Various Towing Inflatables + various water sports boards and skis ■ Water Slide 5.7m ■ Inflatable Jet-ski dock/island
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I inspected the 164′ Benetti motor yacht AIR in Barcelona in May, 2019. Her delightful Australian stewardess Bree showed me around. Formerly name QM of London, the yacht has new Spanish owners. Leading me into the main saloon, Bree, dressed in new crew uniform, a blue dress, hair in a ponytail, said cheerfully, “AIR just completed an interior refit; she now has a red, white, and blue nautical theme.” I noticed all the colors in the saloon and loved it, and I noticed that the common areas were laid out in a social way. “All the common areas are that way,” Bree said, “the main saloon, upper aft deck and sun deck; this is because Air has no Sky Lounge; the master cabin is located where the Sky Lounge usually is, which enables us to have seven staterooms instead of the usual six.” I noticed the stained oak paneling and blue and white dining table treatments. One of the walls in the dining saloon is completely red….so warm. Bree said, “We use the formal dining saloon on AIR much than other yachts use theirs, and of course the main deck is much more spacious than the upper deck. So it’s a win win situation.” I loved the yacht. I gave it an A++++.
We walked forward to the two, main deck, VIP Queen cabins, each with oak paneling and red and white striped, fabulous walls with oak dressing tables, gorgeous views, private bathrooms…. “Each room has temperature controls and lights that dim on the walls,” Bree said.
We met Australian chef Edward in his galley near the dining room, a young fellow versed in New Australian cuisine, Italian cuisine, and Balinese cuisine. Edward worked in Bali for awhile. Then he worked for a family in Dubai, and it is said that Edward is a regular guy; he likes camping, fishing, four wheel driving. You can imagine what fun that is. Bree said, “The crew on this yacht are from Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria…. We do the rotation system. Our crew get time off between charters, during which time the maintenance crew come aboard and do upkeep.”
The accommodation deck below contains three twin staterooms and one double stateroom. The twin staterooms have yellow and blue colors and are absolutely stunning. Beveled stained oak walls…hushed….they are gorgeous! All the cabins are equipped with TV and AV system, controlled by Ipad. Plays radio, music through TV, Satellite TV and Apple TV.
On the upper deck we visited the stewardess’s pantry and captain’s bridge before entering the master stateroom on the upper deck, an entire suite with office, dressing room, bathroom with tub, and super sumptous king bed facing aft through sliding doors on to the upper aft deck. The room is enormous with red, white and blue nautical theme, traditional colors, but fresh, updated and immaculate.
Leading me out onto the upper aft deck where a dining table, seating twelve was beautifully set, Bree said, “We serve most meals up here. We light the candles and serve aperitifs. It’s a joy to work with Edward our chef.”
Lots of group seating can be found again on the sun deck with lounge aft under umbrellas supplying shade, where a semi-circular settee surrounds a cocktail table with Director’s chairs and a full length couch in blue and white stripes faces the bar amidships, running the length of the ship rather than thwartship, which opens the area up. The Jacuzzi forward is surrouned by two bunny pads under two umbrellas – it’s fantastic!
Down on the Beach Club at the waterline aft is a lazarrette containing spa room, gym, steam room, shower, and all the yacht’s sports equipment. Bree said, “The yacht is an RYA training center. The boys onboard are trained to teach guests safe handling of the personal watercraft aboard, so guests can use the equipment without a license; they can learn safe handling from our crew.”
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