It would only set you back about $650 to take a casual thirty minute meander through Elliott Bay aboard M/Y Barchetta. At least that's the rate you'd be paying if you spent one half-hour out of your $220,000 week.
That's right, six figures, for one week. But hey, it's for twelve people. and you get the 35" fishing boat and a submarine. Or, you could buy 296 late model Fiat Barchettas, if you could find them. But what would you and 11 friends each do with 24 Italian roadsters?
According to Sherlock, "Barchetta" is Italian for "small boat," or alternately, "small fortune." Actually, it took a large fortune - asking price was $25,000,000 - to land this 157 foot* Tri-Deck delight built by Sydney, BC-based Christensen Yachts Ltd. After a bumpy ride to the water, her owners have her listed for locations in the Caribbean, Balearics, Greece, and Turkey. Virtuoso even offers the Pacific Northwest . At least for now.
* Many millions less, and 100 feet shorter than often sited "Laurel."