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Introducing 34m Charter Yacht ALTER EGO

Bluewater is delighted to present motor yacht ALTER EGO, a 34m converted ocean-going tug, now available to charter.
ALTER EGO is a 33.80m charter yacht originally built in 1991 and completely rebuilt in 2011 by CMN. With accommodation for 12 guests in 5 cabins, she can also take 36 guests cruising and up to 200 guests on her spacious decks for quayside events.

This striking yacht is perfect for your summer charters, with a Hydropool hot-tub on the sundeck, a separate salon and dining room, and a great selection of water toys to keep all your guests entertained during your stay onboard.

ALTER EGO is based in Cannes, South of France, and is available for charter in the Western Mediterranean throughout the summer.

Please contact charter specialist Rebecca Cutter for further information.

M/Y ALTER EGO

M/Y Alter Ego

Type
Motor yacht
Year
1991
(Refit in 2017)
Length
33.8m
(111ft)
Guests
36
Cabins
5 cabins
Speed
10 knots
(Cruising)

Contact information

Yacht Charter Specialist
+33 620 20 06 11

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