Yacht Charter Bahamas: Motoryacht At Last Available for Easter
February 9, 2012
The 145-foot Heesen At Last is such a popular charter yacht that she has only limited availability remaining for this winter and the upcoming spring season. However, she is still open for an Easter charter in the Bahamas—and she’s a great yacht for families who want to celebrate the holiday in style.
“Captain Herb Magney is a longtime charter favorite,” says Yachtstore charter broker Gina Robertson. “He and his crew go all-out with theme nights, great food, and all kinds of fun for families. Plus, At Last herself has a terrific charter setup for the Bahamas, where a lot of the waters are shallow. Her draft is only 5 feet, 6 inches, and she tows a 35-foot Intrepid tender, so she can take guests pretty much anywhere.”
As if that’s not enough, the owner of At Last recently invested in a 36-foot-long inflatable water slide that goes from the motoryacht’s top deck straight down to the water’s surface. (Wheee!) That, along with toys including the yacht’s Wave Runners, standup paddleboards, and sea kayaks, mean kids of all ages can play in the sun all day long.
At Last was built in 1990 and was most recently refit in 2009. She can accommodate 10 or 11 guests in five staterooms, and she has a crew of eight. The lowest weekly base rate is $110,000.
“To me, this is just a fantastic yacht for any family’s Easter charter,” Robertson says. “At Last offers a seasoned charter crew, lots of new toys, and a great new interior décor thanks to her recent refit.”
Contact Robertson today to secure a booking aboard At Last in the Bahamas during Easter week.