The motoryacht TV built by Lurssen in 2008 is going to be available in the Philippine Islands during February and March which is Whale Shark season making it a perfect attraction for dive enthusiasts seeking to charter a superyacht.
Composed of 7,107 islands, this archipelago nation has long been a crossroads of trade routes, with influences from everywhere from China, Japan, Malaysia, Spain, and the US overlaying the native cultures.
After decades of political upheaval, the country has only recently started to become a leisure travel destination, meaning that many of its stunning natural sights are practically untouched by tourists and undeveloped.
From deserted white-sand beaches to one of the world’s most unique and vibrant coral reefs, from the island where Magellan died to World War II shipwrecks, from fresh seafood everywhere you go to a rapidly-evolved gourmet street food scene in Manila, the Philippines is a country made for exploration by yacht.
Dive with barracudas and whale sharks, hold the world’s smallest primate, climb volcanoes, drift along an underground river, and perhaps discover something entirely new amongst these exotic, relaxed islands.
Robert Shepherd of Edmiston in New York is offering the yacht for €850,000 per week plus expenses and is happy to customise an itinerary to suite individual preferences while cruising such a special destination.