Roma, Balista for MYBA Charter Show
Northrop & Johnson has confirmed its superyacht display at this year’s MYBA Charter Show in Barcelona.
The 62m Roma with her Anvera 55
Northrop & Johnson will display the 62m Roma and 47m Balista at the 32nd MYBA Charter Show, which will be held in Barcelona’s Marina Port Vell from April 25-28. Built in Italy by VSY (Viareggio Superyachts), Roma is a RINA Green Plus-certified megayacht accommodating up to 12 guests in six staterooms, and offers wheelchair access.
Managed by 18 crew, the yacht is fully equipped for diving and offers PADI courses of all levels. As well as a 55ft Anvera chase boat and a Castoldi Jet Tender 23, Roma has a huge inventory of water toys including five jet-skis, Fliteboard E-Foils, Seabobs, Jetsurf, large ocean pool, water trampoline and a 27m water slide.
The 47m Batista
Also built in Italy, Balista was constructed by Cantieri di Pisa and is captained by Josh Tsoumis, who runs a crew of nine. The yacht sleeps up to 12 guests in six suites including an expansive owner’s stateroom with an office and raised sleeping quarters, while a full-beam VIP has an extra bed so can be used as a family room. Water toys include three tenders, jet-skis, Seabobs and a waterslide.
The charter managers of both yachts will be available for viewings at the MYBA Charter Show, while N&J charter brokers from offices around the world will be in attendance to inspect yachts and meet crew to gain insights for their clients.
Northrop & Johnson acquires SYM
One of the world’s leading brokerage houses, Northrop & Johnson has acquired France-based superyacht management company SYM.