The Impulsive Group sets two spectacular yachts afloat on the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas.
Yachting enthusiasts can officially kiss the winter blues good-bye with a Mediterranean getaway aboard the 1994 Norship Impulsive. The 120-foot yacht, parented by the New York-based Impulsive Group, accommodates up to eight guests in four staterooms and is serviced by a staff of six, including a Michelin-star chef. An on-board arsenal of accessories—think Waverunners, Sea Doos, jet skis, a Jacuzzi, treadmill, water skis, beach toys, kneeboards and an extensive selection of CDs and DVDs—ensures that no wish or whim is left unfulfilled. Stops at nearby islands are made easy by the 32-foot Intrepid and 13-foot Zodiac.
After dark, guests can mingle in Impulsive’s main salon, designed specifically with entertaining in mind. Its centerpiece is a freeform bar with five uniquely crafted stools. A matching game table and chairs expand the social sanctuary. Guests can cap off a night of good-spirited gaming with dinner prepared by their personal chef and served on the wood-and-goatskin-accented dining room table. For drinks with a different perspective, Impulsive’s aft deck is outfitted with its own teak-finished wet bar, a plasma TV and dining space for eight.
If the crystalline waters of the Caribbean are more your speed, check out Impulsive’s smaller sister vessel, Impulsive Too. Six guests are accommodated aboard the 82-foot 2004 Sunseeker, whose accoutrements include a 13-foot Nautica, a two-seat Sea Doo, a banana boat, tubes and snorkel gear for eight. Onboard amenities include HD flat-screen TVs, karaoke, DVD library and players, DirecTV and iPod docking stations.
Impulsive and Impulsive Too are available for charter through The Sacks Group. Weekly rates for Impulsive start at $85,000; Impulsive Too’s weekly rates start from $52,000. For more information, visit www.sacksyachts.com.
By Lindsay Lambert