4 New superyachts available for 2014 Caribbean and Mediterranean charter seasons.

Four new additions have been added to Fraser Yachts charter fleet; The new luxury vessels available for private charter in the Caribbean, and the Mediterranean are;

  • Big Eagle
  • Crowned Eagle
  • Jaguar
  • Exuma
The 52 metre Big Eagle, built by Mie Zosen, has a large upper deck which can accommodate parties of 100 guests in port; perfect for corporate events at the Cannes Film Festival and the Monaco Grand Prix in 2014.
Currently in the Caribbean this exceptional megayacht is available for a special winter 2014 rental price of US$ 130,000 per week. Her A/V system is state-of-the-art and she is fully equipped with water and sports toys

Accommodation consists of six staterooms for 12 guests onboard.

The 43 metre Crowned Eagle, built in 2007 by Richmond Yachts is the perfect combination of performance and luxury and can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests in six staterooms.

Her accomplished crew received several awards at the Antigua Charter Yacht Show, including first place for the Concours de Chef.

With impressive leisure and entertainment facilities she is the ideal charter yacht for socialising and entertaining with family and friends in the Caribbean this winter or for the Mediterranean season.
For more information about Big Eagle or Crowned Eaglecontact Patricia Codere of Fraser Yachts, Fort Lauderdale.
Jaguar is another yacht available for charter in the Caribbean throughout the winter season and which will be returning to the Western Med for the summer. This 56 metre displacement yacht accommodates 12 guests in six staterooms and benefits from an excellent chef, who produced one of the most popular lunches at the Antigua Charter Yacht Show in 2013.
Chef David Keates specialises in mouth-watering creations, focusing on originality, extraordinary flavours and beautiful presentation.

Exuma is a superyacht offering luxury yacht charters in alternative destinations: Malaysia, Thailand, and the much-publicised destination Myanmar are all possibilities until April 2014.
She will journey to Indonesia in May until late summer and then head to the Seychelles from October to early December. For more information about Jaguar or Exuma contact Daniela De Marco of Fraser Yachts, Monaco.