Yacht Charter Oasis

Light, curves, technology and build quality put Oasis into the elite league of yachts. On the upper deck, semi-circular doors retract to unite the saloon and dining terrace into one superb entertaining area.

The sun deck caters for guests throughout the day and night, with a barbecue and dining table, Jacuzzi, opening glass-enclosed gym, sunbathing area and a rotating cinema screen. Technology allows guests to control their world: music, films, television, lights and air-conditioning.

Oasis, Lurssen, 2006, 59.4m/195', 12 guests, US$395,000 per week



Alibi's classically elegant, Italian interior design features cross-beamed ceilings, cream carpets and rich panelling. The full-beam master and two equal VIP staterooms all have Jacuzzi bathrooms. The very latest communications - a wireless network, on-demand films - have been installed.

Deck space is exceptional, with dining areas on all three levels, as well as forward on the main deck. The sun deck has an enclosed gym set between the massive aft-deck sunbathing area and a forward Jacuzzi. An 11 metre chase boat is included in the yacht's sports equipment.

Alibi, CBI Navi, 2005, 51m/167'3", 12 guests, US$250,000 per week


Totally refitted to a classic contemporary design, Audacia has all the solid finesse typical of Feadship. The yacht has an open-plan sundeck with the unusual feature of a flybridge, allowing guests to interact with the captain while cruising.

The upper deck is an excellent all-day space with a Jacuzzi, sunbed and a covered dining area. As the sun sets, guests can move into the elegant saloon and bar, which provides spectacular views. For dinner, the main deck has a choice of dining inside or out. Audacia is a highly civilized way to cruise the Caribbean.

Audacia, Feadship, 1987/2007, 46.45m/152', 12 guests, US$190,000 per week