Al Basel Consultancy, a prestigious and high end consultancy firm and a member of the Al Basel Group of Companies, has revealed its latest move towards its strategic expansion initiative by offering more premiere services to its clientele, the company has announced the leasing of three new luxury yachts, which are currently harboured in Monaco.
According to the company’s senior executives, the purchase of these three new yachts will allow Al Basel Consultancy to offer them for charter/rental to high-end clients from the Middle East and nearby Asia. The 2013 UK model yacht measures at a length of 85.1 meters and comes with eight cabins (seven double cabins and one twin cabin) that can accommodate 12 guests, a 29-man crew and is led by a highly-experience British Captain. The Greece 2015 model yacht measures at 72.4 meters and has 15 double cabins that can accommodate 30 guests, a 31-man crew and is navigated by an experienced Greek captain. Lastly, the Malta 2013 model yacht spans at 72 meters with 12 cabins. It can accommodate 24 guests, a 20-man crew and is led by an experienced Maltese Captain.
“We are proud to announce that Al Basel has recently leased three new yachts and have now started to offer these vessels for chartering,” said Basel Al Kasem, Founder and CEO, Al Basel Group. “These truly world class yachts will give our customers the potential opportunity of seeing the beauty and wonders of our waters—spending a day out in the ocean to fish, swim and relax under the sun. The move complements our strategic roadmap towards expanding our presence in the region’s thriving tourism market.”
All of the yachts are made of steel and come with key amenities like air conditioning, deck Jacuzzi, indoor elevator, gym with exercise equipment, stabilizers and WiFi connectivity. Both the Lurssen and the Lamda offer wheelchair accessibility while the Dunya offers extra facilities that are approved by the RYA Water Sports Centre. The company has revealed its move to offer the new yachts for leasing purposes at coming editions of the F1 grand Prix in Abu Dhabi and the Monaco Grand Prix.