The superyacht, Lady Michelle, featured on Under the Mediterranean Bridge Season 6 is on sale for $ 19.5 million.
Built in 2003, the 55m / 180â²6 â³ luxury motor yacht has six cabins, which can comfortably accommodate around 12 people, reports Yacht Harbor. The superyacht requires up to 14 crew members, which means an additional five crew members could work behind the scenes of the show. And although Lady Michelle is a huge ship, she is slightly smaller than last season’s yacht, which was the largest ever featured in the series.
Lady Michelle “ Under Deck Med ” rental fee is $ 275,000 per week
The rental price of this superyacht is comparable to others that are presented in the series. Rental fees for the summer season are $ 275,000 per week, plus fees. The summer season runs from May to September. Rental fees increase to $ 310,000 for the winter season. The winter season begins in October and continues until April.
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Like the other ships featured on the show, Lady Michelle is equipped with an on-deck jacuzzi, gym, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and all water toys. You can play on wave runners, inflatable water toys and more.
The yacht was last modernized in 2017 and the photos show an updated exterior and interior.
How does “ Lady Michelle ” compare to other “ below deck ” yacht rentals?
Lady Michelle appears to be falling from the top of Under the bridge yacht charter. At $ 275,000 per week, $ 310,000 in peak season for Lady Michelle, only My Seanna charges a higher yacht charter rate of $ 392,000 during peak season. The Wellington, from Under the Med Bridge Season 5 currently costs $ 304,500 per week during peak season.
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Ohana (Rhino) from Under the bridge Season 2 costs $ 140,000 per week during the regular season. Valor (BG), which was featured on Under the bridge Seasons 4, 5 and 7 rent from $ 168,000 to $ 204,500 per week. Superyacht Sirocco was featured on Under the Med Bridge Seasons 2 and 4 and costs up to $ 237,500 per week during peak season.
The Wellington was the largest “ below deck ” ship ever presented
The Wellington, (the Wellesley) was the largest ship ever featured on the show and the largest Captain Sandy Yawn ever commissioned. At 56.2m / 184.5ft, the Wellington offered some unique amenities never seen on previous Under the bridge seasons.
For example, the ship had its own whiskey and cigar room. âIt’s all about the cigar,â Yawn said during last season’s yacht tour. “Obviously, they have spared no expense in this area.” Even the rooms were extremely upscale. âWith mahogany, inlaid leather and the 1920s theme,â Yawn said. âThe linens are Italian. One of these sheets costs around 2,000 euros. This means that a single sheet costs more than $ 2,200 (US dollars).
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In addition, the previous yacht had a main cabin and a VIP room. âThe cool thing about the VIP is that it used to be an observation lounge,â Yawn said. She also visited the bridge, which she said was âamazingâ.
While Yawn loved The Wellington, The Wing Station didn’t seem to be a favorite with her. Most of the wing positions are outside so that the captain can have a full view when it comes time to dock the boat. The Wellington’s wing post was inside the boat, making Yawn’s dependence on her boatswain more critical (and agonizing) than ever.
Under the Mediterranean Bridge Season 6 premieres Monday June 28 at 9 / 8c on Bravo.