NOMAD IV: Available in New Zealand

NOMAD IV: Available in New Zealand

BGYB is delighted to announce that 100' S/Y NOMAD IV is available for charter in New Zealand.

Discover New Zealand with NOMAD IV

NOMAD IV is a large, comfortable sailing yacht, designed by Finot Conq and built in 2013 by Dolphin Yachts. She offers both generous interior and exterior spaces, and can welcome up to 12 guests in her 5 luxury cabins, all with ensuites. She also boasts a large cockpit with 2 tables and ample space for sunbathing. NOMAD IV is currently available for charter in New Zealand - book a charter there now to discover everything that this beautiful country has to offer. Highlights include the bustling city of Auckland, the refined Waiheke Island, and the serene Bay of Islands.

NOMAD IV: Available in New Zealand

Charter Rate :

56 000 EUR / week + VAT + APA

 

Suggested Charter Itinerary: New Zealand

 

Learn more about NOMAD IV by visiting her page below:

  • NOMAD IV

    Length : 30.48 m / Passengers : 12

    Special features : - Gold medal winner for the RORC Transatlantic 2015, setting a new record. This performance yacht with the sensation of speed and power is equipped with...

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