Thursday, June 10, 2010

Charter motor yacht TRILOGY - Great Lakes itinerary

The motor yacht TRILOGY will be available for yacht charters in the Great Lakes this summer 2010.

m/y TRILOGY at the Bay Harbor Yacht Club, Michigan

TRILOGY is a 90-foot Stephens motoryacht that went through a total refit in 2007.  Trilogy has four crew, is fully air conditioned and accommodates up to 8 guests in 4 staterooms.  The master and VIP are each full beam staterooms and equal in size, each with private bath and jacuzzi tub. Two additional guest staterooms have twin berths and ensuite heads with showers.
  • RATE:  $29,500/week, plus expenses
Captain Mike Witters has created the following scenic and entertaining 7-day charter itinerary for Trilogy this summer in the beautiful Great Lakes.

Day 1: Arrive Traverse City, Michigan                                                                                
Your Captain will meet you at the airport and escort you to the city docks where you will board Trilogy.   Settle in and relax. After lunch, cruise to the quaint antique fishing village of Northport on the western arm of the Leelanau Peninsula.

Day 2: Cruise to Charlevoix, Michigan
Here are shops, art galleries and restaurants to enjoy. Afterwards, take a leisurely ride down Lake Charlevoix to Boyne City, do some water skiing or tubing along the way. The golfers will have an opportunity to hit the links at Boyne Highlands or any of the other nearby golf courses.
Day 3: Bay Harbor
Leave Charlevoix for a short cruise to Bay Harbor, a quaint man-made community (similar to Vail, CO), known for its upscale lifestyle. Horseback riding, 27-hole championship golf course, fine dining and exclusive shops are just a few examples.
Day 4: Harbor Springs
Cruise to the historic resort town of Harbor Springs (somewhat comparable to Nantucket), long time summer home to some of Michigan’s wealthiest families.
Days 5 & 6: St. James Harbor and Mackinac Island
From Harbor Springs we proceed North and either head over to St. James Harbor on Beaver Island and spend some time there, or continue under the Mackinac Straits Bridge to historic Mackinac Island. There are no cars on the island; transportation is provided only by bicycle, horseback or horse-drawn carriage. Take a bicycle trip around the island (8 miles), enjoy touring the historic two forts, or visit the town’s many artisan shops.  A visit to the Grand Hotel, boasting the longest outdoor open air porch in the world, is always a delight.
Day 7:  Les Cheneaux Islands
Take a picturesque excursion through Les Cheneaux Islands. Spend the night at a remote island anchorage and return to Mackinaw City for your departure from Pellston, a short ride from the Mackinaw City Marina.
If arriving by private jet one can fly into Mackinaw and finish up in Leland

Contact Paradise Connections Yacht Charters to book TRILOGY
View Trilogy's online brochure
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