October 31, 2018
In perfect condition for a perfect charter
Captain Kane Gall, along with his 14 strong crew will continue to offer the yachts exemplary service, taking the “nothing is too much trouble!” approach and keeping the enjoyment, relaxation as well as fun levels that MARAYA has been renowned for over the last 10 years.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
Super yacht Maraya can accommodate 12 guests in 6 luxurious state rooms. There is a master cabin on the main deck with an emperor sized bed and private balcony. Her VIP cabin is located on the upper deck. On the lower deck to the aft are two spacious VIP doubles. On the port side there is a twin with additional pullman berths, and on the starboard side there is a twin cabin with a small double and a single bed.
Charter Amenities and Extras
On board MARAYA there is a 7.5m Castoldi Jet, a 7.2m Malibu Wake Setter 21, 4.5m Zodiac MCA Rescue Craft, 2 x brand new Seadoo GTX jet bikes, 2 Kayaks, 2 Seabobs, 1 x Aquaglide rebound 12′, 1 x 6.5m Freeslide, Water Skis, Wake Boards, Wake Surfs, 3 x Paddle Boards, Donuts, Banana and a 3 person couch, Snorkeling & Diving Gear, Kite surf & Surf Equipment, 4 x sets of SCUBA Diving Equipment for use with local dive schools (rendezvous diving only).
Maraya is the perfect yacht for an elegant and refined buffet or cocktail party. Her Aft deck sitting area welcomes the guests in style and her Upper deck offers dining for 28 guests in total (12 guests on the main table plus 8 on each round table). There is also the possibility to add extra tables for 12 extra guests on the sundeck for a total of 36 guests. The yacht can also host Cocktail parties: up to 150 guests (extra staff required from over 50 pax).
To charter this yacht directly, for the latest bookings calendar, crew details or for any further information please contact: email@example.com or call +441983223400
June 4, 2018
A recent article in the Guardian sparked our interest here at Mega Yacht Solutions Ltd which was entitled somewhat long-windedly and perhaps inaccurately “Life and death on a superyacht: ‘If something goes wrong, they can just raise the anchor and leave’” It is an interesting...Full Article