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Where to rent a superyacht: Burgess yachts launches 7 Central Agency superyachts for charter

Luxury yacht charters by Burgess hit the coasts of South East Asia that allow you to set sail across the open ocean

Mar 17, 2017 | By Teri Chong

Superyacht holidays just got even more luxurious with Burgess’ recently launched range of charters. With seven of its finest Central Agency superyachts available for charter in the Indian Ocean and South East Asia, guests are given the opportunity to explore the Maldives, the Seychelles, Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar, Indonesia and Palau. If seeking out exotic locates and adventurous experiences is on the agenda, charterers can anticipate Robinson Crusoe beaches, ancient temples, soaring karsts, golden pagodas, exclusive resorts and not to mention, a wonderful underwater world waiting to be explored.

Some of Burgess’ top selections include: the 77 meter Australian-built SILVER FAST by SILVERYACHTS, perfect for navigating the atolls of the Maldives or the islands of the Andaman Sea and accommodating up to 12 guests in eight cabins and a 19-member crew; the 70meter Joy by Feadship, which cruises in the Maldives or the Andaman Sea and features full spa and gym amenities as well as a professional on board therapist; the impressive 73 meter Titania by Lurssen-Werft that charters in the Maldives and South East Asia region with an extensive water park and water toys on board; and the 69 meter Saluzi by Austal, boasting accommodation for 32 people in 16 cabins, a shallow draft that allows for cruising into small coves and anchorages, as well as a license to legally charter in Palau (a top-rated diving destination) and Indonesia.

Smaller, though no less exceptional charter options include: the 59.3 meter Meamina by the stylish Italian Benetti brand, which offers spectacular views as it tours around the Maldives, Seychelles and Thailand; the 50.9 meter Northern Sun from Narasaki Shipyard, based in Thai waters and available for charter throughout the Andaman Sea and in Myanmar; and finally, the 44.2 meter Hemisphere from Pendennis Shipyard, currently the largest sailing catamaran in the world. Suitable for off-the-beaten-track cruising in Thailand and the Maldives, Hemisphere is also a certified PADI dive-training centre offering guests the opportunity to attain PADI certification while on board.

For more information, visit Burgess Yachts.

This article was first published in Yacht Style 37. 

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