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Your Private Superyacht Is Waiting For You

PASSION yacht

Imagine stepping onto the deck of a stunningly beautiful yacht while sailing the ocean waters of the Caribbean or Mediterranean. Breathe in the salty air, feel the sun’s rays penetrating your body, and allow yourself to be engulfed in the pleasure of the present moment. All this is certainly possible with the help of Northrop & Johnson, purveyors of luxury yachts and yacht charters.


For connoisseurs, a company such as Northrop & Johnson is a very familiar name in the yachting industry. For decades this iconic brand has offered services such as yacht charters, charter management, yacht sales, and yacht management. At every yacht show, luxury event, and other sporting or business events, Northrop & Johnson is recognized and synonymous with success and commitment to their clients.

Currently in the market for your very own private superyacht?

One very successful charter yacht that is available for sale is PASSION (pictured above), which is one of the most sought-after yachts in the world. This breathtaking vessel features accommodations for 12 guests, a jacuzzi dip pool, gym equipment, and a long list of toys that will keep you entertained and occupied for however long you are sailing the seven seas.

VANGO yacht

Another beautiful superyacht for sale is VANGO, a 164-foot beauty that has never been charted and is still owned by the original buyer. With 6 cabins, the VANGO can accommodate up to 12 guests and features an aft deck with a full bar, private deck areas, a gym, and even full helicopter capability.

This Saturday, November 1st, Northrop & Johnson will once again be hosting the Boys N Toys Yacht Hop and Auction in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. For the past few years this event has raised close to half a million dollars for the Kids in Distress of Broward and Palm Beach counties. In addition to bidding on high-end goods and luxurious vacations, attendees can peruse the superyachts of the fleet. Click here for more information and to register.

Photo Credits: Northrop & Johnson