This $50,000 private yacht experience in the Mexican Caribbean coast will take you to an underwater art museum followed by a gourmet meal


The pandemic may have ruined a few special moments in all our lives this year, but things have started to look up. How do you intend to make special days memorable? We suggest you go safe yet super extravagant with the new private yacht offering from Grand Velas Riviera Maya. The AAA Five Diamond Grand Velas Riviera Maya in Mexico is an ultra-luxury resort housing 539 suites spanning more than 1,100 sq. ft in a Zen-like setting. The luxe resort offers a new Sunset VanDutch Experience that abides by all social distancing norms aboard the VanDutch 40. The $50,000 private yacht experience includes a visit to an underwater museum, water sports, and evening firework show. Mexico’s leading chef Frederico Lopez has designed a multi-course, gourmet menu that includes Imperial Beluga Caviar, tapas, and nigiri of acorn-fed Iberian ham and Joselito gran reserve coupled with ancestral beverage tasting featuring lesser-known Mexican spirits. The Underwater Museum of Art has some 500 life-size sculptures and abundantly rich marine life to display. All in all, it’s an unmatched day of nonstop fun wherein guests can relax and enjoy the Mexican Caribbean’s breathtaking sunset and a spectacular firework show for a sum of at least $50,000 for up to 6 people, including children.


The VanDutch 40 is a thing of beauty featuring a queen-size cabin, bathroom, and shower, 480 hp diesel engines that quell noise and vibration, and take the boat up to 38 knots. Brighten up your space or liven up with party with LED floor lighting and underwater lights, and more. With trays of oysters, prawns, crabs, and mussels, sustainably sourced fish and Tuna Toro on one side and Dom Perignon Rose Luminous and a wide selection of tequilas and mezcals on the other, there’s nothing in the way from making this a spectacular experience.

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