Nicholson Yachts has four boats still available for spectator charters at the America’s Cup in Bermuda.
The 108-foot Alloy Marae has a VIP Flag, which means charter guests have up-close access to all the action on the water and in the America’s Cup Village. Marae’s weekly base rate is $65,000 for six overnight guests, or she’ll do day charters at $15,000 and can take as many as 20 guests for parties at the dock. Her open dates include Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Challenger Playoffs and the Superyacht Regatta in mid-June.
The 115-foot Brooks Motor Craft Eros, built in England in 1939, is a classic schooner that recently got new teak deck furniture—perfect for watching events in the harbor. She’s open at a base rate of $42,000 per week, or $9,500 per day, taking eight guests overnight or 12 guests for day charters. Her open dates include qualifier racing, the playoffs and the finals.
The 57-foot Bowman Emily Morgan is open for spectator charters at most remaining America’s Cup events. The weekly base rate is $20,000 for eight guests, and day charters are $3,334 (also for eight guests).
The 72-foot Marten Sirona accommodates six guests overnight at a weekly base rate of $35,000. She comes with a Protector Targa 28 tender that has a cuddy cabin, head and partial hardtop for zipping around the harbor to see all the America’s Cup action.
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