Charter LILI for the New Year in the Maldives

Matching the perfect superyacht and destination to start 2018

Currently spending her charter winter season in Indian Ocean between the exclusive Seychelles and the paradisiac Maldives, the newly delivered superyacht for charter LILI (Amels 55m, 2017) is offering an exceptional opportunity to start the New Year 2018 with availabilities in Maldives starting on December, 30th! With already an impressive records of destinations visited since her launch this summer 2017, having cruised between remote islands of Norway or the best spots of East Mediterranean, LILI is the perfect superyacht for family journeys and New Year eve in Maldives!

Following her January trip in Indian Ocean, LILI will offer availabilities in Thailand during February and March 2018: definitely the best moment to consider your next superyacht trip in South-East Asia. For further information and details about LILI for charter, please contact our Imperial Charter Department:

Julia Buklina – Charter CA
Charter Department
T +377 97 98 38 80

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For further information please fill the form below. Our Charter Department will organise all the elements with you for your perfect charter journey on board your dream yacht.

Imperial Charter Department
T +377 97 98 38 80

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