In an age where speed often reigns supreme, a new wave of travellers seeks a different tempo—the art of slow travel. It’s a deliberate pace, an intentional immersion into the essence of a destination, and nowhere embodies this ethos better than the serene waters of Vanuatu.
In the heart of the South Pacific lies Vanuatu, a tapestry of paradisiacal islands fringed by azure waters teeming with life. Here, time seems to saunter along lazily, inviting visitors to shed their hurried selves and embrace a more deliberate rhythm. And amidst this tranquil backdrop, the Triple888Eight yacht stands as a beacon for those yearning to savour each moment.
Chartering the Triple888Eight yacht in Vanuatu isn’t just a choice; it’s an experience steeped in the philosophy of slow travel. This meticulously crafted vessel isn’t merely a mode of transportation—it’s a floating sanctuary designed to encourage introspection and connection with the surroundings.
Picture yourself aboard this elegant vessel, gently swaying with the rhythm of the ocean as it navigates through Vanuatu’s archipelago. The pace is unhurried, allowing you to indulge in the unhindered beauty of remote coves, untouched beaches, and hidden lagoons accessible only by sea.
What sets Triple888Eight apart isn’t just its luxurious amenities or expert crew; it’s the dedication to curating an unhurried voyage. Days stretch out languidly, inviting you to explore the vibrant underwater world through snorkelling or simply reclining on the deck, lost in a book as the sea breeze whispers tales of distant lands.
This yacht isn’t about racing from one hotspot to another; it’s about anchoring in secluded bays, engaging with local communities, and savouring the unhurried charm of Vanuatu’s culture. Picture evenings illuminated by the sunset’s golden hues, sipping on a cocktail crafted from local flavours while conversations with fellow travellers weave stories that linger long after the voyage ends.
The beauty of slow travel lies not just in what you see but in how you experience it. Chartering the Triple888Eight yacht is an invitation to recalibrate your perception of time, to relish the subtleties, and to immerse yourself fully in the present moment—a rare and precious gift in today’s fast-paced world.
In Vanuatu, where the essence of slow living intertwines with the ebb and flow of the ocean, the Triple888Eight yacht embodies the epitome of this movement. So, if you yearn for an unhurried escape, where the journey is as significant as the destination, set sail aboard this vessel and embrace the art of slow travel amidst the breathtaking beauty of Vanuatu.
About the yacht
Compared to other yachts of a similar length, this motor yacht has been built with a larger interior volume and the largest flybridge in her class. She offers luxurious accommodation for up to eight guests in a full beam master suite located midship, a double VIP stateroom in the bow, and two twin cabins (port and starboard), all with entertainment centres and en-suite bathroom facilities. Large crew quarters for four are located aft of the lower deck with private access allowing for excellent yet discrete service.
Out on deck, Triple888Eight offers a very large semi-covered sun deck which is perfect for socialising or entertaining. It is equipped with a Jacuzzi surrounded by sun pads, a barbeque and a bar underneath the hard top. On the main aft deck, there is a spot for al fresco dining or simply lounging, whilst steps leading down to the bathing platform offer ease of access to her impressive collection of water toys, including dive gear, a 2022 SeaDo Wake Edition 230HP jet-ski and Tender which is an 11-meter, Silver Craft 36CC with 2 x 325HP Suzuki – set up for game fishing, and also comfortable cruising, seating up to 12 in comfort, with a full-size toilet onboard.
Guests can book a charter with Triple888Eight with rates from USD$12,000 per night with APA (advanced provisioning allowance) additional. With Triple888Eight being one of just a few yachts for charter in the region, spaces will book up fast. For more information or to book, contact Kate at TravelManagers on email@example.com