What to do when you have a yacht worth $7 million, and you have no time to enjoy on it? Massachusetts senator and perennial presidential hopeful John Kerry had a such problem and decided to rent it. Senator Kerry and his heiress wife not doing that because of money, but to avoid a big tax bill on the boat by mooring her in Newport, R.I.
In any case, the 75-foot Isabel, a stylish sloop designed by Ted Fontaine and built in New Zealand by Friendship is now available for charter with rates beginning at $45,000 per week.
The pilothouse of the yacht features a wet bar and wine storage. The Edwardian-style interior is finished in glossy varnished teak. The Isabel can accommodate four guests in two VIP main staterooms with en-suite baths. Tenders and toys include a 13.5-foot Zodiac. And also on board there are all the bells and whistles a busy politico needs, from satellite communications to Wifi.
Look what the man have to do when is rich?! [Stunning Yachts]