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223 Charter Rates 2013 (contd.) YACHT HIGH SEASON LOW SEASON PAGE SEA DREAM m98,000 m98,000 186 SEAFARIS US$126,000 US$126,000 190 SEANNA m462,000 m434,000 140 SEQUEL P US$378,000 US$350,000 158 SIERRA ROMEO m147,000 m126,000 188 SILVER DREAM m140,000 m126,000 181 SHERAKHAN m425,000 m425,000 149 SIREN m550,000 m476,000 124 SLIPSTREAM m343,000 m315,000 148 SOLEMATES m520,000 m450,000 164 ST. DAVID m325,000 m240,000 182 SYCARA V Please enquire Please enquire 149 TALISMAN MAITON m252,000 m210,000 159 YACHT HIGH SEASON LOW SEASON PAGE TIARA m190,000 m180,000 220 TITANIA m600,000 m550,000 142 TOLD U SO m190,000 m190,000 179 TOMMY m175,000 m147,000 167 TWIZZLE m217,000 m203,000 204 UNBRIDLED US$300,000 US$300,000 152 UTOPIA m465,000 m435,000 142 VA BENE US$199,000 US$179,000 172 VAJOLIROJA Please enquire Please enquire 173 VERTIGO m295,000 m225,000 210 VIRGINIAN m266,000 m245,000 145 VVS1 m89,000 m89,000 202 Further Information Charter rates Charter rates are quoted per week for the hire of the yacht. Seven days is generally the minimum charter period accepted by yachts, but charters can be for any duration over seven days. Charters over seven days are calculated pro-rata against the weekly rate divided by seven and multiplied by the number of charter days. High season rates apply to the most popular charter periods, i.e. July/ August and Christmas/New Year, and are also normally applicable to all major events such as the Monaco Grand Prix and the Cannes Film Festival. Low season rates apply to all other periods. Please note that charter rates contained herein refer to summer 2013 and are believed to be correct at the time of publication but may be subject to change. Charter terms Most charter rates that appear in this publication are based on MYBA Terms, which imply that the yacht will be provided to the charterer in full commission and with all necessary equipment, properly insured for marine risks and managed by a crew, whose wages, food and clothing are for the owner’s account. All other operating expenses are payable by the charterer and comprise (but are not restricted to) the following items: fuel and lubricating oils for the yacht and her tenders; local taxes; pilotage; port, harbour and marina dues; customs clearance; water and electricity; personal laundry; all provisions, wines, beers, spirits, soft drinks and consumables for the charterer’s party; telecommunication and internet costs. Please note that, occasionally, a yacht may offer a variation on the terms described above. Our brokers will provide full details of any charter terms that vary from standard MYBA Terms when presenting the relevant yachts. Whilst some yachts are legally permitted to charter in the USA, others do not meet with American fiscal requirements and so are not available for charter whilst in US waters. Please enquire for further information on specific yachts. Value Added Tax Please note that due to European Union tax legislation, Value Added Tax may be charged on the gross Charter Fee and delivery costs for charters taking place in European Union Waters. Local taxes may also apply in other countries and our brokers will provide any prevailing rates according to your chosen cruising destination and itinerary. All information contained in this publication is given in good faith and is believed to be accurate at the time of going to press. Continual improvements and modifications to yachts and their equipment, as well as unforeseen alterations to cruising locations and charter rates imply that this information may be subject to change. No part of this publication may be reproduced or used in any form without written permission from Burgess. © Burgess, 2013


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