VIDEO: Tour on board Charter Yacht MIM

Chris Leavitt is in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with an exclusive look on board the recently refitted 44m/144ft Burger motor yacht MIM.

Being led by Captain Quinn, Leavitt is taken on tour around the unusually wide superyacht MIM, whose impressive 28ft beam adds an abundance of volume to the already lengthy boat. Her extraordinary width creates vast living and sleeping spaces to provide bright rooms that ensure optimum comfort and luxury when all 12 guests are on board.

As Quinn and Leavitt make their way from the main salon to the sundeck, the video captures the elegant interior and attention to detail paid through-out this magnificent vessel. From the traditional detailing on the furniture to the beautiful large paintings that add bursts of colour set against the African Cherry wood finished walls, MIM perfectly balances contemporary design with a timeless ambiance for a sumptuous relaxing space on a yacht charter.

MIM is unique through-and-through, featuring a breath-taking bronze staircase with LED-lit crystal steps which connects all three levels. Leavitt is resolute in pointing out the rich materials MIM boasts that add to her finesse, even to the mahogany bar on the sundeck - which also features ample of space amidst the Jacuzzi, sun lounging area, dining table and storage for an array of impressive watertoys.

Available for charter at the weekly rate of $150,000 – excluding all those bottles of champagne - MIM's incredible use of space offers exceptional value for money. With 7 large staterooms comprising of a master suite, 1 VIP cabin, 3 double cabins and 2 twin cabins, and plenty of options regarding al fresco dining and entertainment, MIM is honourably revealed to her full potential as the ideal yacht for charter under the warming sun of the Caribbean.

For more details on the availability of M/Y MIM, please contact your preferred charter broker.

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a breath-taking bronze staircase with LED-lit crystal steps

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