Destination Fox Harb′r Too
Destination Fox Harb’r Too
Boat Name: Destination Fox Harb’r Too
Builder: Trinity Yachts
Length: 161 feet
Top Speed: 20 knots
Weekly Base Rate: $230,000
takes her name from Destination Fox Harb’r, a luxury golf, sporting clays, and spa resort in Nova Scotia that belongs to the same owner. He offers the yacht for charter there every other summer, alternating with the Mediterranean. When Destination Fox Harb’r Too is in Atlantic Canada, she provides one of the finest golf-and-yacht charter packages in the world. Guests enjoy all the amenities of the resort, including the 27-hole, Graham Cook-designed course, as well as access to nearby golf courses where the owner has personal relationships.
Onboard, charter guests will find a spectacular split-level master suite that offers 180-degree views overlooking the yacht’s bow. The sun-deck bar and hot tub are favorite spots for pre-dinner cocktails, while the outdoor dining space offers a refreshing alternative to the formal dining room inside. The décor features eclectic woods and natural stone selected by Patrick Knowles, one of the industry’s finest megayacht interior designers.
Diamonds Are Forever
Boat Name: Diamonds Are Forever
Builder: Azimut Benetti
Length: 200 feet
Top Speed: 16 knots
Weekly Base Rate: $395,000
launched in late 2011 for a well-known owner who names all of his megayachts after James Bond films. The 140-foot The World Is Not Enough, the 163-foot Casino Royale, and the 170-foot Quantum of Solace all earned wide respect as charter yachts with luxurious accommodations, award-winning chefs, and top-notch entertainment systems. The brand-new Diamonds Are Forever takes that winning formula to the 200-foot mark, adding yet more amenities and larger spaces for guests to enjoy. The owner once again worked with designer Evan K. Marshall to create a jaw-dropping décor even among the most knowledgeable yachting aficionados.
Diamonds Are Forever boasts not one, but two master suites with panoramic views, plus four additional guest cabins. An elevator serves all cabins as well as all decks, including an intimate, bonus sundeck above the traditional one. The larger sundeck has an expansive aft area for chaise longues and sunbathing — when it is not being used for touch-and-go helicopter access.