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Ferretti Yachts charter division adds 78-footer

Allied Marine Brokerage and Charter, a division of the Ferretti Group, added the 78-foot Ferretti Karma to its fleet.
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Karma, a flybridge motoryacht, can accommodate eight guests.

Karma, a flybridge motoryacht, can accommodate eight guests.

Allied Marine Brokerage and Charter, a division of the Ferretti Group, added the 78-foot Ferretti Karma to its fleet.

This flybridge motoryacht, which accommodates eight guests served by a professional crew of three, is available for charter in the Bahamas with no delivery fees.

“We are delighted to offer Karma to discriminating charter clients interested in enjoying a private Bahamas yachting vacation surrounded by every luxury,” Allied Marine yacht charter specialist Katy Carter said in a statement. “This elegant Ferretti has a 27-knot cruising speed that will let guests add more islands to their charter itineraries, along with stabilizers to ensure their comfort en route. What’s more, Karma accommodates up to eight guests, making her weekly charter rate, which starts at $28,500, plus expenses, an exceptional value.”

Launched by Ferretti Yachts in Italy in 2007, Karma features a flybridge with sun lounges and a dining area. The main deck offers additional dining areas on the aft deck and in the salon.

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