NITA K II
High Rate: $ 275,000 weekly Plus Expenses
Low Rate: $ 250,000 weekly Plus Expenses
Main Deck Master King cabin + 2 VIP King Cabins + 2 Queen Cabins, each with Pullman. Master and VIP cabins have Jacuzzi tub; Queen guest cabins have showers. The master cabin has pull out couch.
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- Locations It Travels:
- Special Features:
- 34' Jupiter tender
- 24' Novurania Deluxe tender
- Waterslide from top deck
- 2x 3 person Yamaha jet skis (new for 2016)
- 2x Inflatable kayaks (1x1 person/1x2 person)
- 2x Inflatable paddleboards
- 2x Seabobs (5S)
- 2x Wakeboards
- 2x Towable toys (chariot/banana)
- Water skis
- Snorkel gear
- Beach setup
- Fishing gear
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Available in the Western Mediterranean for Summer 2020, the luxurious, master stateroom aboard the 170′ Amels motor yacht NITA K II sports not only a private sitting room and a full beam marble bathroom, but a full-beam dressing room too. It also has a private staircase, connecting it to the skylounge with bar on the bridge deck that converts to a cinema by night.
The folding glass wall on the sundeck shuts out strong Caribbean and Mediterranean breezes, so guests can use the swim-up Jacuzzi bar on windy days, while running. The full length of the yacht, the sundeck offers in trquoise, a centrally located bar with stools, and Jacuzzi with bunny pads forward. The crew set up yoga pads here, and the chief officer leads guests in yoga classes. Trained in yogapedia, he knows all about core strengthening, one on one exercises, depending on what an individual’s needs are.
The upper aft deck has a varnished dining table,and between the couches with tables on the aft end can seat up to 40 guests. Door close off the wind.
Skylounge offers TV, AC, bar….
Main Saloon – the aft deck lounge leads into a classic wood-panelled saloon in white with shiny wood ash panelling with dining forward.
Foyer – Forward entrance leading below to four guest cabins (two large doubles forward with tubs and shower and two smaller doubles aft with showers only). They have basket weave wood panelling, blond ash panelling – pretty cabins and spacious, all of them – with embroidery fabrics.
Master cabin with walk in clloset, office, and sitting room, plus bed…. Sliding doors shut off the sitting room and office from sleeping area. The couche pulls out to a bed for children. The full beam bathroom in wood is enormous.
In addition to the master cabin located on the main deck, NITA K II accommodates eight additional guests in four, equal, spacious Queen cabins below, where wicker paneling contrasts with fine maple paneling, and each stateroom has an onyx bathroom with luxurious robe.
Doubling as a boardroom conference center, the bright, white dining room has a gold chandelier, wine cabinets, and pop-up TV. Guests have the choice of two places to eat: the formal dining saloon with gold chandelier and crystal-fronted wine cabinet, or the upper aft deck with long, varnished dining table with comfortable wicker seating.
Crew of 13 – Lead deckhand “RoRo” showed me around (Dec 2019 Antigua). Aboard two years, he tells me that South African captain Brian Muston teaches up. Even though RoRo has a yacht master’s ticket, Brian is conscientious enough to let each of the deck crew have their turn steering the yacht off anchor. The steering wheel is the size of one’s hand. RoRo took me around to meet Jeff, the chef in his gorgeous galley. Jeff had just finished baking a cheese cake, which smelt delicious! All the crew have been aboard NITA K II for a long time. Offering us cocktails, the crew competed in the water competition during the show, serving sorrel-infused water with lemon grass sticks.
Watersports – The crew are big on spearfishing! Captain Brian is in the water with guests doing the spearfishing. They’re big on fishing as well. One of the tenders is enormous and carries all the gear. The jellyfish pool is a pool positioned into place with weights and metal, tied to the boat. The jet skiis go inside the pool. NITA K II carries all the sports gear.
NITA K II recently completed an extensive refit including updating all soft goods, updating all bathrooms, adding 2 generous sized Pullmans, adding bars to both the sky lounge and sundeck and more.
Following her Winter 2020 season in the Eastern Caribbean, NITA K II will move to the Western Mediterranean for charters in Italy, Sicily and Corsica, and she enjoys cruising Croatia and Montenegro too. Offering charter fees in US dollars in the Caribbean and Mediterranean, she charters for $275,000 a week for Christmas, July and August, and the rest of the months, she charters for $250,000 a week + expenses (30% APA) and Vat, where applicable (Med only).
NITA K II is interested in visiting the Galapagos during Winter of 2020 but needs two charters to go.