L.O.A 61.50m (201.78ft)
Beam: 10.60m (34.78ft)
Draught: 3.40m (11.15ft)
Cruising Speed:
15 Knots
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  • Number of guests: 12
  • Number of crew: 15


  • 1 x 22ft Nautica with 225hp engine
  • 1 x 22ft Nautica with 230hp engine
  • 1 x Yamaha 700 waverunner
  • 1 x Yamaha 1300 waverunner(3 man)
  • 5 x windsurfers with full compliment of sails
  • Waterskis and tows
  • Snorkelling gear and Mares diving equipment
  • Fishing gear can be arranged easily if required for a charter



Recently launched from the prestigious Amels yard in Holland, this 61.5m is one of the most prestigiuos and opulent yachts to enter the charter market in recent years.

Designed with meticulous detail, SOLEMAR encompasses incredible external styling and large interior spaces. Deckspace is abundent and whether your preference is for relaxing around the bar on the expansive sun deck, dipping into the Jacuzzi spa, lounging in the sun or enjoying a long shaded lunch 'al fresco', you will not be disappointed.

SOLEMAR can provide accommodation for 12 in 6 double suites. The Owner's suite is spread over two levels forward on the main deck, providing a raised private lounge area/day room and office which offers panoramic views. A double cabin with en suite on the upper deck and four further double cabins, two with additional pullmans complete the accommodation arrangements.

Her opulent interior has a modern undertone with raised and fielded panelling in cherry wood. The sumptuous feel pervades the entire yacht with extensive use of marble and richly coloured fabrics and furnishings.

The yacht is currently having a fully-equipped gymnasium built on the sundeck to complete her all round appeal.

Summer 2009 High Rate : EUR € 450,000 per week
Summer 2009 Low Rate : EUR € 450,000 per week
Winter 2009/2010 High Rate : EUR € 360,000 per week
Winter 2009/2010 Low Rate : EUR € 360,000 per week

Notes relating to Charter Rate:
1. Rates are quoted “per week, MYBA terms”,
i.e. Not including expenses such as fuel, bar and food costs.
2. Rates are subject to change, and are therefore purely indicative here.
3. High Season rates are normally for July and August, Christmas / New Year, and events like the Monaco Grand Prix. This is not a firm rule however, as there are many exceptions.
4. Enquire for exact rate details.