CHILD`S PLAY | 103 West Bay | 5 Cabins | Nassau | Paradise Island | Georgetown |

Charter Yacht CHILD`S PLAY | 103 West Bay | 5 Cabins | Nassau | Paradise Island | Georgetown |

Charter Prices:

Low Season: $ 40500 per week

High Season: $ 45000 per week

Yacht ManufacturerWest Bay Sonship
ModelWest Bay 103
Charter RegionsSouthEast US - Florida and Keys
Bahamas
# Crew4
Cabins5
Berths8
Length31.39m
Beam7.32m
Draft1.6m
Year1999 (2017 Refit)
Cruising Speed14 Knots - maximum 16 knots
Hull TypeMonohull
MotorDetroit diesel MTU 12v2000
Fuel Consumption379 Litres/Hr

 

CHILDs PLAY is a beautiful 103 West Bay luxury motor yacht, accommodating up to 8 guests in 5 staterooms, with great sea handling capabilities she is ideal for exploring Florida and the Bahamas.

She has been designed for the ultimate in charter cruising pleasure.

This is an ideal yacht for charter families with children, and adult couples seeking a memorable vacation on a luxury private yacht.

Accommodation:
- Large master stateroom,
- VIP stateroom,
- 2 guest staterooms,
- All guest staterooms are exquisitely finished and appointed.

Facilities:
- Full air conditioning,
- Flybridge jacuzzi.

Watersports & Toys:
- 18ft Novurania tender,
- Wave runners x2,
- Waterskis for adults and children,
- Snorkelling equipment,
- Towable toys,
- Rendezvous diving only.

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