A look into the daily life and work of Sherakhan’s Michelin- starred Charter Chef, Toine Smulders. Sherakhan is available for charter in the Caribbean during the winter 2020 season, with a weekly charter rate of USD 425.000 plus the standard “extras” such as fuel and provisions, depending on a charterer’s cruising plans and personal preferences.…Continue reading Superyacht charter “Sherakhan”: gourmet every day !
The yard unveils the concept for the new 62 M vessel now under construction Ancona, 18th October 2019 – CRN releases some initial details about hull number 138, which has beena work in progress at the yard. This new one-off yacht is the fruit of a collaboration between CRN, Omega Architects, for her exterior profile,…Continue reading ELEGANCE WITH CONTEMPORARY ÉLAN INSIDE THE NEW 62-METRE CRN M/Y 138 !
With winter wanderlust kicking into high gear, the annual booking of enchanting escapes to winter playgrounds has arrived. There is no experience more indulgent than a private yacht charter, whether it’s discovering the traditional blue-water havens of the Mediterranean or exploring more far-flung destinations like Australia. When it comes to vacationing aboard a superyacht –…Continue reading Fraser’s dream charters to satisfy winter wanderlust
Originally built in 1966 as a maritime school vessel, a three-year project converted the Prinses Margriet into a head-turning superyacht It is not uncommon for large yachts to have an interesting history, but the fascinating tale of Sherakhan’s transformation is unique in every way. From humble beginnings as a merchant navy training vessel to show-stopping superyacht status, she…Continue reading Sherakhan, a unique story of passion and instinct
Tenders with their own independent registration Before now, tender boats under the Temporary Admission regime could not be used by European residents. This posed a problem when the charterer of a primary vessel was an European resident. ECPY has now been able to get further clarifications from the French Customs regarding the use of secondary…Continue reading ECPY : New Rules for Secondary Vessels