2 Free Nights on Bahamas Motoryacht

Management company Northrop and Johnson tells me that the 98-foot MCP motoryacht Eagle's Nest is now offering seven nights for the price of five during charters in the Bahamas. The offer is good for all charters that take place between now and August ...

2nd July 2010.
By Kim Kavin

charter yacht Eagle's NestManagement company Northrop and Johnson tells me that the 98-foot MCP motoryacht Eagle’s Nest is now offering seven nights for the price of five during charters in the Bahamas.

The offer is good for all charters that take place between now and August 31. And if your itinerary runs round-trip from Nassau, the yacht will also waive all standard delivery fees.

I was onboard Eagle’s Nest less than a year ago, when I snapped the photograph at right of the main salon and dining area. While Eagle’s Nest was launched in 2007, she was never made available for charter until late 2009, which is why she looks so crisp and clean inside and out. As you will see in this First Impression review, the yacht was new to the market and had yet to perform a charter at the time of my tour, but I thought that both the yacht and her crew showed a lot of good potential.

Any reputable charter broker can give you an update on how Eagle’s Nest has fared since my tour (including any comments from the yacht’s first charter clients) and help you book a Bahamas charter this summer with the newly announced two days free.

 

Editor’s Note: Northrop and Johnson is a sponsor of CharterWave, where this blog originates.


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Kim Kavin is an award-winning writer, editor and photographer who specializes in marine travel. She is the author of six books including Dream Cruises: The Insider’s Guide to Private Yacht Vacations, and is editor of the online yacht vacation magazine www.CharterWave.com.
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