1999 Northcoast Yachts  115ft / 35.1m


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MARBELLA II Privatyacht

Die Luxus-Motoryacht MARBELLA II ist eine private Yacht und kann nicht chartern.

MARBELLA II, zuvor LADY RITA genannt, wurde von Northcoast Yachts gebaut und 1999 an ihren Besitzer ausgeliefert, später wurde sie 2017 einer Überholung unterzogen.

MARBELLA II bietet Platz für 8 Gäste in 4 Kabinen, bestehend aus einer primären Suite mit einem Kingsize-Bett und einem eigenen Bad, einer VIP-Suite mit einem Queensize-Bett und einem eigenen Bad, einer Kabine mit einem Queensize-Bett und einem eigenen Bad sowie einer Kabine mit Queensize-Bett Bett und ein eigenes Bad.

Zu den Annehmlichkeiten an Bord gehören Grill, Kaffeemaschine, leichte Angelausrüstung, Eiswürfelbereiter, Whirlpool in der Hauptkabine, Whirlpool an Deck, Sonnenkissen, Sonnenliegen, Badeplattform und Wasserbereiter.

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  • Karibik
  • Bahamas


  • BBQ
  • Kaffeemaschine
  • Angelausrüstung - leicht
  • Eismaschine
  • Jacuzzi in Master-Kabine
  • Jacuzzi auf dem Deck
  • Sonnenkissen
  • Liegestühle
  • Schwimm-Plattform
  • Seewasseraufbereiter


Jean-François Lapeyre

Jean-François Lapeyre

Born in Paris and is 54 years old. He started his career in Yachting when he was 18. He has worked his way through a decorative array of marine qualifications, starting as a skipper delivering sailing boats from Greece to France, then quickly moving up in the ranks to First Mate on large boats all over the Mediterranean. Yet returned to smaller yachts, preferring the more personal touch. He has dedicated his life to captaining yachts in destinations around the world. Jean-Francois prides himself in anticipating every angle and request of his guests. He has meticulous attention to detail, providing excellent customer service. A fruitful character who treats everybody as he would like to be treated. With the support and love of his wife and three boys Jean Francois gives his entire attention to life at Sea.

Nicholas Last

Nicholas, aged 25 grew up along the east coast of South Africa. He fell in love with the warm Indian Ocean and everything it had to offer at a very young age. Swimming, snorkeling, fishing, boating and diving.

A Mechatronical Engineer by trade, he worked on mines in and around South Africa but Nicholas’s heart was lost at sea. After he qualified as an engineer he did his yachting courses and set sail to pursue his dream of becoming a maritime engineer. He has been sailing American and Bahamas waters ever since.

Born in Germany raised in the south of France, I grew up in a 600yr old farmhouse with livestock and a farm to table approach to the culinary arts. After college at age 18, I studied Hotel Management in Montreux Switzerland with a focus on Food & Beverage as well as the culinary arts. After graduating, I spent the next 8 yrs. apprenticing and interning in some of Switzerland’s finest, 1 to 3 Star Michelin restaurants. My training had a strong emphasis on preparing traditional European cuisine.

After my European studies I spent 3 ½yrs. in Australia as the Executive Chef in a French restaurant called Le Classic and subsequently as Executive Chef of a Belgian Beer café in Brisbane. After coming to the US, I took an Executive Chef position in south beach Miami at a restaurant called Baoly specializing in Mediterranean cuisine. After my time in Miami, I opened my own restaurant in Hollywood Fl, called Sage specializing in French cuisine.
After a long 20yr career in the restaurant business the opportunity arose to become a private chef, catering to private parties, yachts and vacation rentals in and around south Florida and the Caribbean.


Häufig gestellte Fragen

Wie viel zu chartern MARBELLA II?

MARBELLA II hat einen wöchentlichen Charterpreis ab 55.000 $ und ein geschätzter täglicher Charterpreis von 9.170 $.

MARBELLA II kann beherbergen 8 schlafende Gäste an Bord ein 4 Kabinen, mit der Fähigkeit, mit bis zu zu kreuzen 12 Gäste und unterhalten Gruppen bis zu 12 Gäste, während sie vor Anker liegen oder in einem Jachthafen festgemacht sind.

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Name der YachtMARBELLA II
Voriger NameLADY RITA
Speed (Kreuzfahrt)37kph / 20kn
Geschwindigkeit (maximal)44.4kph / 24kn
Engine2x Caterpillar 3412 Diesel at 1350hp each
BaumeisterNorthcoast Yachts
DesignerinPaul Frederickson