Farewell Atmosphere, Goodbye Chile

The hardest word to use aboard a luxury charter yacht is goodbye

There comes a time on every superyacht charter when we have to use the G word. It is always a sad occasion especially when, as been aboard Atmosphere, we have been looked after so very well. The excitement of being on board a discovery yacht as she explores unfamiliar waters is one of the best possible ways of enjoying luxury yacht charter and having Chile as the destination has been the icing on the cake.

Yes we have had fun, every day has been exciting as we have adventured through just small part of the waters that keep this country’s coastline wet.

The yacht is by nature of where she operates and what she does, somewhat different from the three decked white yachts that lurk off Saint Tropez during the summer and St Barths during the winter. She is different in construction and in areas does not display what some would call a superyacht finish but that, if anything, is an added attraction to what it is she offers to the discerning charter guest.

Cabins with their ensuite bathrooms on board are comfortable and kept spotless by the crew. The main saloon, dinning room and sociable bar area work together in complete unison on one single deck. Sensible amenities include a wet room where boots and outdoor wear can be stored, while luxury facilities include on deck spa pools and a sauna room.

The Captain and his crew run a tight ship that is clean and tidy at all times but as is so often the case aboard charter yachts it is the interior crew who make life onboard so pleasing. Here aboard Atmosphere that rule remains unbroken with chefs in the galley producing an edible masterpiece for each and every meal. Service is exquisite, both at the bar, at table and in keeping the cabins immaculate.

Would we recommend this yacht? Very defiantly yes, she is the perfect antidote to the luxury charter yacht on the milk run and is one that is sure to get the adrenaline really pumping. Go on contact Robert Shepherd at Edmiston and tell him that Frances and Michael Howorth suggested you do so. We are quite certain you will enjoy it.

Atmosphere is available for charter through Robert Shepherd at Edmiston