Dream Yacht Charter is expanding its fleet and cruising route, the company has announced.
The company, founded by Loic Bonnet, will add 100 new boats to its fleet and three new cabin cruising routes in 2018, the company said in a press release on Thursday.
“We’ve grown the fleet with more than 100 yachts joining worldwide next year, including Fountaine Pajot’s Lucia 40, Saona 47, Dufour 382, 412, 460 and 520, as well as Lagoon 40 and 50,” Bonnet said.
The expansion comes just weeks after the company confirmed major damage to its Caribbean fleet during Hurricane Irma, with an expected 60% loss in St Martin and the BVI.
In stark contrast, 2018 would see the company embark on a major expansionary drive in the form of three new cabin charter routes – the Bahamas, Bermuda and Palma de Mallorca.
New bareboat destinations for 2018 include Naples (Italy), Tivat (Montenegro) and Pula (Croatia), the company said.
Dream Yacht Charter, founded in 2000, currently operates a fleet of around 900 yachts in over 45 destinations worldwide.