SuperYacht Me this Winter 2018

Melvyn Teillol-Foo

SuperYacht Me This Winter

In case anyone wondered, the definition of ‘SuperYacht’ is a yacht that is 75 feet or longer. As Winter approaches, thoughts turn to holiday breaks in the Bahamas or Caribbean. More specifically, yachting vacations on an azure sea onboard a luxury yacht.

Check out the little boats at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show which runs from 31st October to 4th November 2018. You can charter your superyacht from Northrop & Johnson, which is the largest yacht broker in North America. Bring money….

I picked out a couple of my favourites for a closer look. The first is a golden oldie from 1990 that was refurbished in 2017.

At Last

At Last

Length: 145’ (44.2m);
Builder: Heesen; Launched 1990; Renovated 2017;
11 Guests; 5 Cabins; 1 Master, 3 Double, 1 Twin, 1 Pullman
Weekly Rate High: $165,000 / Low: $135,000;
Prices shown are starting rates and do not include expenses.
Cruising Locations: Bahamas, Caribbean;
Captain: Bill Sturgeon

At Last stateroom

On board, there are a numerous ways for you and your 10 best friends to spend your days. Enjoy the alfresco lifestyle on the oversized sunpads, soaking in the Jacuzzi and sipping a cocktail on the sundeck or enjoying a gourmet meal with an incredible vista.

At Last

This luxury yacht boasts a vast array of toys for fun on the water. She has a 39-foot (11.8m) Seabee tender for exploring, snorkeling and fishing as well as a waterslide, trampoline, flyboard, and SeaBobs.

At Last en-suite

Interior spaces were designed by the acclaimed designer, Tui Pranich. Elegant and chic with a bright ambiance, the interior on board At Last evokes a sense of relaxation.

At Last

Accommodating 11 charter guests, superyacht At Last has five large staterooms. Her full-beam master stateroom is exceptionally private and offers panoramic views from the king-size bed. The suite is complete with an en-suite bath with rain shower and Jacuzzi tub.

At Last’s additional guest accommodation make her ideal for charters with family or friends, featuring a king-bed stateroom, two queen staterooms and a twin-bed stateroom with a Pullman.

At Last staterooms


Tender: 39′ (11.8m) SeaVee 3 x 300 hp

At Last

Toys include:

4 x Yamaha GP 1800R WaveRunners
2-person sea kayak
2 x donuts
2 x SeaBobs
36′ (10.9m) Waterslide from sundeck to water level
Slalom ski
Junior water ski set
Water trampoline
Standup paddleboards
Snorkeling equipment
Assorted fishing gear


Party Girl

Party Girl

Length: 205’ (62.5m);
Builder: Icon; Launched 2013;
12 Guests in 8 Cabins: 1 Master, 1 VIP, 4 Double and 2 Twin
Weekly Rate High: $505,000 / Low: $490,000 – 10 night minimum
Prices shown are starting rates and do not include expenses.
Cruising Locations: Bahamas, Caribbean
Captain: John Drugach

Party Girl

Featuring crisp, classic exterior lines by yacht designer Redman Whiteley Dixon, and an elegant interior style designed by Cristiano Gatto, Party Girl is one of the top charter yachts in her class. Ideally suited for chartering, Party Girl’s layout ensures privacy and comfort.

Party Girl stateroom

Twelve guests can enjoy a five-star holiday sprawled out in eight staterooms. She offers two owner suites or one large owner penthouse with spectacular 180-degree views and a private balcony. Two additional queen guest rooms are also located on the upper deck. The four additional staterooms are all situated on the lower deck. Two are doubles with queen-size beds and en-suite baths and two are twins, capable of conversion to doubles, with en-suite baths. All staterooms have been outfitted with the highest quality materials.

Party Girl en-suite

The interior of the yacht offers art deco vibes with Oriental touches in a contemporary style. The atmosphere is Zen-like, akin to a spa and ideally suited for relaxation.

Party Girl

They used indigenous woods, such as walnut Canaletto, ebony, rosewood, mahogany, leather and natural stone, including black meteorite marble, travertine, to create the magnificent spaces. One of the highlights is a 17-meter main salon.

Party Girl

On deck, this superyacht does not disappoint. Enjoy her gym located on her exceptionally large beach club. The main and bridge deck aft both feature alfresco dining and lounge areas.

Party Girl Dining Room

The yacht also features a Jacuzzi, and an outdoor lounge area.

Party Girl Decks

This ocean-going luxury charter yacht carries up to 18 professional crew. The five-star onboard chef is available to create one-of-a-kind dining experiences during your holiday.

Al fresco dining


Party Girl tender

37′ (11.3m) Intrepid (in the Bahamas/Caribbean)
25′ (7.5m) Dariel DT7.5 with stern-drive Yanmar diesel engine
21′ (6.4m) Novurania 650 Pro (can accommodate 12 guests + 2 crew)
15′ (4.5m) SOLAS Zodiac Ribo rescue boat with 40hp Yamaha engine

Toys include:

4 x Yamaha FB 1800A-P FX Cruiser waverunners
1 x Seabobs
8 x Stand-up ‘Coreban’ paddle boards
Water skis
Waterslide from Upper Deck
Floating carpet
Floating bars with canopy
Floating large raft
Snorkel Gear
Beach set-up
Inflatable towable toys:
Towable aqua glide
Towable 3 seat “warbird”
Towable aqua glide saucer
Towable megabowl

VIDEO Luxury SuperYacht Party Girl

AlphaLuxe Comment

Back in 2015, At Last was named the world’s top charter yacht by Boat International magazine. After last year’s refurbishment, she is even more sought after on the charter market.

Moving up a level in luxury and where size matters, the superyacht Party Girl breaks the 200-foot barrier. You and your 11 guests can literally “party at sea.”

Bring ‘loadsa cash’!

Party Girl

I’m intrigued why Party Girl is not available for charter to U.S. citizens or residents while in U.S. waters….


Author’s Biography: Melvyn Teillol-Foo (MTF)

Dr Melvyn Teillol-Foo is a contributor on AlphaLuxe web-zine.
He is also a moderator on horology discussion fora. He blends his scientific medical objectivity from the pharmaceutical industry with purist passion, in his musings about watches, travel, wine, food and other epicurean delights.
His travelogue ‘Lazing’ and feasting ‘Grazing’ series of articles have now passed into “mythic legend” on the original ‘’ website. Those were the halcyon days when he was “rich and famous” that he remembers with bittersweet fondness.

Dr Teillol-Foo is a quoted enthusiast on the watch industry, appearing in feature articles and interviews by Wall Street Journal, International Herald Tribune, Sunday Times (London), Chronos (Japan), Citizen Hedonist (France) and other publications. He has authored articles for magazines like International Watch (iW) – both U.S. & Chinese editions, ICON (Singapore), August Man (Singapore), Comfort (China) and The Watch (Hong Kong).

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