Starting its life as the Anedigmi, the Wellesley was built in 1993 by Oceano and has been refitted last year to fit new amenities and update things a bit. Having sailed the seas for over 20 years, you might expect the Wellesley to be a bit rusty and old-fashioned by now, yet it manages to impart a sleek, modern look from the outside and a refined, understated interior with all the amenities you’d expect from a modern yacht.
The Wellesley travels at a steady and sedate 14 knots, maxing out at 17 knots. The yacht also comes with on board stabilisers, preventing the rolling sensations that cause people to get seasick and allow people to relax when the Wellesley has come to a stop.
The Wellesley has one of the largest decks for a yacht of its size, and comes with a club lounge complete with a humidor. The Wellesley is perfect for large family trips, with a range of facilities and activities to engage in: lounging in a jacuzzi, diving, fishing, games consoles, a fully suited gymnasium, sea-bobbing, snorkelling, towable toys, water-skiing and waveriding, alongside Wi-Fi and iPod Docking.
The Wellesley takes the classical interior styling of yachts made during the turn of the century and uses modern construction methods to produce a yacht that isn’t ostentatious but carries a grandness of its own. Easily the queen of any harbour she would dock in, the Wellesley is fitted with the latest entertainment facilities and creature comforts. She can carry up to 12 guests in 6 cabins, with 12 crew on board to ensure great service and plenty of room.
The Wellesley operates mainly in the Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas, both in summer and winter, and it’s available for between 220000 and 26000 Euros a week, plus expenses. The Wellesley represents the pinnacle of traditional aesthetics and modern performance. If you’re looking for a super yacht charter based in Monaco and St Barths with access to ports around the western Caribbean and the Mediterranean, You Charter Direct provides several cruising locations in the Mediterranean and Caribbean so you can see some of the natural beauty of these regions for yourself.