Why charter one yacht when you can charter two simultaneously? The super-sleek Vantage is offered in tandem with her shadow boat, a super-rugged cruiser named Ad-Vantage.
Vantage is a swift sportster. Measuring 150 feet (45.7 meters), she’s capable of a reported 25-knot top end. She has plenty of space and amenities for a party of 12 to enjoy, inside and outside. Put the karaoke system to the test after dinner in the formal dining area, for example. Or, lounge around on her aft deck, a virtual terrace on the sea. Speaking of the sea, Vantage totes an armada of toys, ideal for the yachting lifestyle. They include a 40-footer for waterskiing or wakeboarding, a SeaBob, stand-up paddleboards, body boards, surfboards, and pedaling kayaks. There’s more: a towable banana boat, a towable couch, and a towable ring. The crew can additionally deploy an inflatable slide.
Vantage’s shadow boat, Ad-Vantage, was a crew-support and firefighting vessel converted for yacht usage last year. (Read about it here.) Ad-Vantage provides a few advantages (if you’ll pardon the pun) of her own. For one, she’s 180 feet (55 meters). That means even more deck space for spreading out. Six guests can stay aboard, too. And, Ad-Vantage has her own fleet of watertoys. Fishing enthusiasts will appreciate her center console boat, and complement of rods and reels. A RIB, PWC, and a Hobie Cat are at your disposal, as is yet another boat for waterskiing or wakeboarding. Depending on availability (and bookable at an additional cost), Ad-Vantage can keep a three-person submarine ready for deployment. It’s operable to about 3,300-foot (1,000-meter) depths.
To get a sense of what it’s like to charter Vantage and Ad-Vantage, check this out:
Ocean Independence is marketing Vantage and Ad-Vantage for charter throughout this year in Fiji and other South Pacific regions. Inquire with the company as to the joint rate. You can book them independently, too. Vantage’s weekly base rate is $192,500, while Ad-Vantage has a base rate of $75,000.