NINKASI
138' Holland Jackbowe (Netherlands)

High Rate: $ 189,000 weekly Plus Expenses

Low Rate: $ 154,000 weekly Plus Expenses

Guests

10

Cabins

5

Crew

9

Cabin Configuration:

Master King on main deck + 2 Kings + 2 Queens, each with private bathroom with marble countertops, floors, and glass showers

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  • Special Features:
  • 138'
  • Holland Jackbowe (Netherlands)
  • 2010/2016
  • Caribbean
  • Mediterranean
  • Eastern Caribbean Islands, Western Mediterranean, Croatia

  • Sophisticated interior designed by Rhoades Young
    NINKASI provides luxurious accommodations for 10 guests in a refined and serene environment
    A world cruiser capable of 14 knots
    Gym on the lower deck next to the swim platform
    Equipped with Naiad stabilisers resulting in a smoother more enjoyable cruising experience

Water Toys

  • exercise equipment
  • 4 stand up paddle boards
  • 4 bicycles
  • inflatable Laser sailing dinghy
  • water skis
  • canoe
  • two new tenders

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Description:

Available in the Adriatic Sea for Summer 2017 and built in 2010 as “Calliope,” the 138’ Holland Jachtbowe (Netherlands) motor yacht NINKASI has only had to receive a few, small changes from one owner to the next in 2016. Change is a good thing. NINKASI’s elegant saloon now has a traditional white and blue theme. Intimate groupings of white arm chairs, sofas, and textured soft, gray, carpets contrast with fresh blue flower bouquets and matching blue silk and embroidered throw cushions and blue accents, creating a modern, updated ambiance. From the aft deck, this centrally located saloon leads forward into the yacht’s private dining saloon with enormous chandelier. Just forward is the marvelous, on-deck, stainless steel galley, where British chef Tony, an avid golfer, has over thirty years of cooking experience at sea, including five years on NINKASI, and was chef aboard the Queen Elizabeth 2. The main-deck master is the full beam of the ship with lots of beautiful framed oil paintings of sailing ships, private office, sitting room, and master bathroom. NINKASI’s blond oak paneling in the foyer with Egyptian niche art and spiral staircase leading below to four additional guest staterooms on the accommodation deck and upstairs to the bridge deck is decidedly traditional and comfortable in style with varnished oak contrasts. Yet the furniture is modern, small, and streamlined, merging the styles nicely… Two twin cabins and two queen cabins accommodate parties of ten, including the master cabin on deck. But these are large queens! NINKASI offers a lot of space for 138 feet and offers a sky lounge with two, white couches with blue accents, surrounding a large, oval, leather coffee table. This room comes right out of a beautiful country estate! Varnished French doors open wide on to an enormous aft deck with rectangular dining table, teak decks, cocktail seating, and sunbathing recliners, and the sun deck offers additional outdoor entertaining space. Complete with dining table, retractable awnings, two deck beds, dinette, Jacuzzi, arch for shade, there are many places to relax in the shade or sun here, or to dine, talk, or swim. Two new tenders are stored on deck forward. The “garage” opens down from the yacht’s hull in the stern to form a dock with swimming ladder and shower just over the waterline and is where the yacht’s exercise equipment, 4 stand up paddle boards, 4 bicycles, inflatable Laser sailing dinghy, water skis, and canoe are kept. NINKASI’s multi-national, mostly Australian crew of nine are all professionals with top notch credentials and training. Crew profiles are available on request.

It is not too late to enjoy some winter sun in the breath-taking Caribbean and Bahamas during March and April.  NINKASI is available now in the Caribbean!

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