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The Vantage Fleet Takes Over The Seas And Our Imagination

By Victor Baker


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Owning a superyacht is one thing, but having the privilege of commanding your own fleet – now, that’s an incredible conversation starter. Only the most private of private yachts feature an accompanying support vessel, with the Vantage Fleet including the 45.7-meter Vantage and 53.3-meter Ad-Vantage.

Now available for charter to the ultimate thrill-seeking and most adventurous of passengers, the Palmer Johnson superyacht Vantage and the Damen-built support vessel Ad-Vantage provide the ideal blend of luxury, speed, comfort and functionality. The luxurious pair will allow guests to enjoy comfy outdoor cinema experiences, fine dining and incredible adventures on the high seas.

Vantage was designed to deliver outdoors thrills, with the flybridge offering a panoramic view, along with a Jacuzzi with sun loungers, a dining area and a large seating area complemented by a flat screen TV. This superyacht has recently undergone a complete refit, with its five staterooms and master suite looking wonderful.

Up to 12 guests can be accommodated, and spoiled aboard the vessel. Boredom is not an issue here, since Vantage transforms into the ideal island of fun, once anchored. Easy access into the water from the swim platform and a garage filled with ‘toys’ will make anyone smile, wouldn’t you agree?

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Vantage will also surprise you with the ability to reach incredible ocean depths with the aid of an on-board submarine named Moby. And the 34’ sportsfisher, a 26’ fast RIB as well as a G21 Wakeboat are not to be ignored. Please note that a Van Dutch 40 chase boat follows Vantage wherever she goes, adding to the exclusivity.

Ad-Vantage, on the other hand, brags about an open deck space and dedicated supply proficiencies. Oceania Marine has taken upon themselves to completely transform Ad-Vantage, which was once used as an offshore support vessel.

Available to operate separately from her mother ship, and capable to cater to her own set of guests, this sleek vessel shows off three new guest cabins, a captain’s cabin as well as a mess area and office. Bond villains are obviously making a note of this; can you blame them?

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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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