Just north of the Amalfi Coast is the Gulf of Naples, separated by the...Read more
Built in 2010 by Turkish yacht designers Proteksan Turquoise, the Baraka is one of the most modern and sleek yachts in our fleet. Wheelchair accessible, with a host of modern accommodations such as Wi-Fi, satellite television and full mobile facilities, this yacht is perfect for everyone: people who want an active, exciting holiday with water sports or a relaxed cruise around the scenic Mediterranean with the usual amenities of home life.
The interior befits its modern exterior: Contemporary minimalist stylings with vibrant splashes of colour where it fits. An elevator serves all four decks, allowing wheelchair users or other people with disabilities to enjoy their cruise to the fullest. 12 guests can be spread around 6 spacious rooms, with 12 crew maintaining and steering the ship.
Zero speed stabilisers keep the boat from keeling around while stationary at sea, and misting systems keep people inside cool. While at sea, Zero Speed Stabilisers minimise movement and misting systems on all exterior decks ensure everyone is kept cool in the heat of the day. Guests can choose to spend their days relaxing on the sundeck in the jacuzzi or on one of the many sunpads, dine al fresco on the large table accommodating 14, head inside to relax with a book or enjoy formal dining in the saloon. For those who like to stay active there is a gym and sauna too. The water toy chest is well-stocked to include inflatable kayaks with transparent bottoms, wakeboards and waterskis.
The Baraka operates mainly in the Mediterranean Sea in summer, and it’s available for between 322,000 and 350,000 Euros a week, plus expenses. The Queen of Datca operates mainly in the Mediterranean Sea, both in summer and winter, and it’s available for between 24000 and 36000 Euros a week, plus expenses. 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.