Unusual Option: Virginia to Florida Charter

Management company Churchill Yacht Partners sends word of an unusual charter opportunity: The classic, 84-foot Trumpy motoryacht Wishing Star is offering a north-to-south itinerary along the U.S. Eastern Seaboard this October. The yacht will be moving...

16th July 2010.
By Kim Kavin

charter yacht Wishing StarManagement company Churchill Yacht Partners sends word of an unusual charter opportunity: The classic, 84-foot Trumpy motoryacht Wishing Star is offering a north-to-south itinerary along the U.S. Eastern Seaboard this October.

The yacht will be moving from Great Bridge, Virginia, to South Florida as part of its repositioning for the winter 2010-11 charter season. The owner is interested in having a party of two to four charter guests aboard during the trip south, so has put together an incentives package.

Wishing Star‘s regular base rate of $22,000 will apply to 10 days as opposed to seven for the dates in October. In addition, guests will have fuel expenses fixed at $1,500, will receive a private carriage tour of Charleston, South Carolina, and will receive two dinners ashore at The Peninsula Grill and Hank’s Seafood Restaurant, which Churchill calls “the top two restaurants in Charleston.”

Any reputable charter broker can help you book this one-time-only charter opportunity on the East Coast of the United States.


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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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