Contact: David Hackert
Prestige Yacht Charters
New Yacht from Prestige Yacht Charters in High Demand
New York, NY — (May 30, 2014) — Prestige Yacht Charters, Inc. (www.prestigeyachtcharters.com), a premier luxury-yacht charter company serving New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, today announced its newly renovated Lexington yacht is experiencing high demand and voyages on it should be reserved several months in advance.
The Lexington enhances the private yachting experience through features and amenities usually limited to vessels with 12 passengers or less. It has been refurbished with a glass-like exterior finish, a grand open staircase with custom rails, over-sized windows for panoramic views, guest suites with a private bath and designer furnishings.
David Hackert, President of Prestige Yacht Charters, said, "We expected a successful launch of our redesigned Lexington yacht but were taken aback by how many people wished to reserve it for their voyage. We highly recommend reservation several months in advance to ensure this special ship is available for your special occasion."
Mr. Hackert continued by noting how the new Lexington exudes an aura of luxury and opulence once only available on private yachts. He described the ship as the star of his large fleet of vessels. It is designed to accommodate more than 100 passengers in safety, comfort and style.
Other features of the Lexington include satellite TV with monitors throughout the ship and a state-of-the-art sound system for business presentations. Sophisticated art work and architectural ceilings enhance the atmosphere while a piano lounge, formal dining area and custom-designed outdoor seating are suitable for almost any occasion.
Prestige Yacht Charters also offers a wide variety of other yachts for business parties, weddings and special gatherings, with four-star gourmet cuisine of any style and a variety of entertainment options including an open bar, live bands, DJs, caricaturists or a casino.
Mr. Hackert concluded, "We have leveraged our corporate success and decades of experience in the yachting world to create the 'perfect ship.' And judging from the public's interest, we succeeded."
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