Rochester, NY and Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Elite Alliance, the leader in exchange services for prestigious residence clubs and luxury, professionally managed vacation homes, announced that it has added The Waters Club, a membership-based private yacht club, to its growing portfolio. Through this partnership, members of The Waters Club become members of Elite Alliance, providing the opportunity to exchange use of their private yachts for vacations in luxury vacation homes. Elite Alliance members are provided the opportunity to exchange into luxury yachts ranging in size from 80’ feet to 120’ feet, positioned in some of the world’s best destinations.
“We are excited to partner with The Waters Club and introduce the ultimate vacation experience to our members,” said Rob Goodyear, President of Elite Alliance. “These pampered yacht excursions combine adventure, exploration and total relaxation on the crystalline waters of the sunny Caribbean.”
Acqua, the first of multiple yachts to be available to Elite Alliance members, is a four stateroom, 4.5 bath, 116’ motor yacht that will cruise the Bahamas/Exumas. Acqua accommodates up to eight guests and is available to Elite Alliance Members beginning August 2016. She boasts exceptional amenities including two wave runners, 32’ Intrepid tender, a Jacuzzi tub on the top deck, all new luxury interior, wifi/internet, light reef fishing equipment, and more.
Every yacht vacation is customized to meet individual needs and desires. Members will enjoy a dedicated private yacht concierge to service all requests and pre-planning, including transportation, food and beverage preferences, and a detailed itinerary.
In addition, a four-person crew including a captain, first mate, steward and a private chef will accompany members and their guests to ensure a worry-free vacation from start to finish.
About The Waters Club Worldwide, Inc.
The Waters Club has introduced a revolutionary Sharing Economy model to luxury yachting. It is a membership-based Club with a fleet of yachts strategically located in the world’s leading cruising regions. Members share and use the fleet interchangeably for their yachting vacations. The Club membership model — where affluent clientele share expensive assets — has been extensively utilized with success in other industry segments. It has proven to be a far better alternative to “whole ownership” in luxury markets such as private aviation and luxury vacation homes.