By now you probably know that the Below Deck 3 yacht, Eros was actually a charter yacht named the Mustang Sally. Before it was named Mustang Sally, the ship was called the Destination Fox Harbor, Too or Destination Fox Har’br Too.

How much does it cost to charter the Below Deck 3 Yacht, the Eros?
How much is the Below Deck yacht worth?
What does it look like inside the Eros?

Continue to read and watch for the answers to your questions about the Eros.

Below Deck 3 Yacht Eros

BELOW DECK — Pictured: Captain Lee Rosbach — (Photo by: Virginia Sherwood/Bravo)

The Below Deck yacht was built by Trinity Yachts and was designed by Patrick Knowles, a top award-winning yacht designer.

The yacht now known as the Eros on TV was built as a custom yacht in 2008. The yacht, which went by the names, Destination Fox Harbor/Mustang Sally/Eros has a cruising speed of 16 knots.

Years before Below Deck was on the air and the charter yacht was named the Eros, it was called the Destination Fox Harbor, and the Below Deck 3, yacht Eros was owned by the Fox Harb’r Golf Resort and Spa in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Destination Fox Harb’r, Too

On Below Deck, you can tell that the Eros yacht is a beauty. Take a closer look at the 161-foot luxury yacht’s exterior.

The Below Deck 3 Yacht EROS in the Past

Although the interior of the EROS has been updated since it has passed through the hands of a few owners, here is a video of the interior of the EROS Below Deck Yacht when it was called Destination Fox Harbor, Too or Destination Fox Harb’r, Too.

Here is the Eros Now
A Tour of the EROS from Below Deck

Part II Tour of the Eros Yacht from Below Deck

Part III Tour of the Eros Yacht from Below Deck

Photos of the Eros from Below Deck

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How Much Does it Cost to Charter Below Deck’s Eros?

The Eros which is named Mustang Sally was listed as being available to charter in the summer for at least $230,000 week in the summer. The charter does have an owner, according to Yacht Charter Fleet, it was sold for about $17.9 million.

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