116' Azimut (Italy)

High Rate: $ 57,000 weekly Plus Expenses

Low Rate: $ 52,000 weekly Plus Expenses







Cabin Configuration:

1 Main Deck Master King + 2 VIP Queens + 2 Guest Twins, each with private bathroom


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  • 116'
  • Azimut (Italy)
  • 2008
  • 24'3"
  • 6'8"
  • 55 Gallons/hr @ 10 knots
  • New England
  • North America
  • Palm Beach & Cape May, NJ

  • Jacuzzi
    Fully Air Conditioned
    Underwater Lights

Water Toys

  • 24' Sea Strike Center Console 2x 150 HP Yamaha 2x Stand Up Paddle Boards Garage opens to a large "Beach" extended swim platform for easy boarding and access of the 17' Jet tender.

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Available out of Palm Beach in winter and Cape May, NJ in summer, the 116′ Azimut VIVERE accommodates ten guests in five staterooms and operates with a crew of six, who excel in Wellness.  VIVERE charters for $52,000 a week. In addition to the charter fee, you will be asked to pay an Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) of 25-30% of the charter fee. This is given to the yacht in cash prior to your charter to allow the captain to buy fuel and provision the yacht as per your demands. At the end of the charter, the captain will produce full accounts of all expenditure. You will either be refunded any money not used or asked to pay any additional costs not covered by the APA.  Florida has an additional sales tax of 6% minimum, the Bahamas a 4% tax; there’s none in New Jersey or New England, where the yacht is flexible to be delivered to ports where clients want them (at extra cost).  Christmas week is $57,500 a week, and the yacht is available for day charters for up to twelve guests for $10,000/8hrs plus expenses.  The yacht consumes 55 US gallons of fuel per hour at 10 knots; 200 gallons an hour at 20 knots.  Although the yacht was built in Italy, she is duty-paid for US Coastwise trade and proudly flies the US Flag.

Crew Profiles:
Captain Mike Minnuies

Mike has been a licensed captain for 13 years, leading large crews and operating privately owned yachts, as well as, USCG Certified Passenger Vessels. Holder of a 500 ton USCG licence, he has now been the Captain of VIVERE in Florida to New England since January 2010. As captain, he has managed the maintenance and operation of this customized yacht, assuring that she is ready to run and please the owners and many guests aboard, while always keeping charter in mind for the near future. He is enthusiastic about the chartering of VIVERE and is experienced with all types of guests; corporate groups and VIP’S, celebrities and families from around the world. He was previously Captain aboard 75′ motor yacht AVANTI which had many successful charters throughout his term aboard in Florida, New England and the Great Lakes. His prior experience is Captain aboard M/Y Millennium – New York, S. Florida & the Bahamas among other reputable charter yachts ranging from 45′ – 150′.

First Mate Robert Stackpoole
Robert was born and raised on the Great Lakes so he learned to drive boats at the very early age of 7. This progressed into bigger boats as he got older, bringing along additional skills and experience in the industry.  At 20 Robert moved to Ft. Lauderdale pursuing work on boats in a tropical climate year round. He joined VIVERE in August of 2015 maintaining the yacht and tender sound, both cosmetically and mechanically. He has logged over 2,000 nautical miles along the Eastern Seaboard, including the waters of the Bahamas. Robert enjoys meeting new people and looks forward to making charter guests welcome and comfortable onboard.

Chief Stewardess Kate Jones
A native of Oregon, Kate is a true Northwest-grown Sea Gypsy. She has spent several years on a wide variety of luxury yachts and catamarans, sailing the Caribbean and the Northeastern shore; Alaska, and Canada. Kate brings to each Charter her enthusiastic, cheerful, and ready smile. You will find her to be high energy, fun, always joyful and able to assist you to ensure an individualized experience. She has a focus on professionalism, warmth, and concern for guest satisfaction.Kate is also a licensed Aesthetician who can refresh your sun-kissed skin or relax you with a facial at the end of a long day of beach activities or shopping. On her time off you will find her bag always packed for another one of her world adventures.

Stewardess – To be announced

Deckhand Eric Connell
A New York native, Eric has been a deckhand on VIVERE for approximately 9 months. He has traveled South America working as deckhand on M/V Yorktown 257’ for over a year. He is passionate and wants to learn as much as he can about the industry hoping one day to become a captain of his own sail boat.

Chef Gail Sinclair-Murphy
Gail was born in New York, but grew up in Italy (Rome) and the South of France. She fell in love with the sea at an early age after sailing on her father’s sailboat along the coast of Italy. This is also where Gail gained her knowledge of Mediterranean cuisine and the different flavors of Europe.  Gail learned how to cook onboard yachts and has been doing so for many years. Gail also owns her own catering business in Fort Lauderdale.


Spacious Main Salon with full bar area and entertainment center, formal dining forward seating up to 12 guests with lighted onyx-accented panels.

Main Deck: full walk-around to large high bow with upper and lower sunpads, aft deck seating for 12 w/ wet bar and TV. Master King forward on Main deck with large windows, ensuite marble bathroom, Jacuzzi tub, separate shower.

Below Deck: 2 Queens, 2 Twins, spacious entry way TV/DVD/CD

Top Deck: Large dining table with settee seating up to 12 under 2 retractable sunroofs, custom Jacuzzi spa, full wet bar, sunpads and aft lounges.

The “Garage” opens to a large “Beach” extended swim platform for easy boarding and access of the 17′ Jet tender.