63.80m 209 ft | 1990 / 2015 | 18 Guests | 9 Cabins | 16 Crew
An undeniably majestic vessel, she further benefits from a major two-year refit carried out at the Abeking and Rasmussen shipyard in Germany. This extended SOKAR by five metres and significantly upgraded her exterior and interior. A full inventory of the refit is available upon request.
SOKAR’s interior is the work of Italian designer Vittorio Cerruti, showcasing luxurious marble and cherry cabinetry as well as luxurious fabrics, creating an inviting and cosy feel throughout. The spacious main saloon provides excellent possibilities for socialising and entertainment, with comfortable seating for up to 18 guests. There is also a TV room and Owner’s office for more private gatherings.
The bridge deck dining area is an undoubted highlight, welcoming guests with spectacular views from the oversized glass.
The full beam, en-suite master cabin lies forward on the main deck while two en-suite VIP cabins can be found amidships. Six additional guest cabins can be found on the lower and bridge decks, including four doubles and two twins, allowing SOKAR to accommodate up to 18 guests in nine cabins.
On-deck features include two al fresco dining areas, including one on the bridge deck and one on the sun deck. The sundeck also includes various lounging areas, a Jacuzzi and stunning 360 views.
SOKAR’s striking lines and sound construction combine to create a truly superior yacht that embodies power, strength and beauty. Viewing is highly recommended.
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|Length||63.80m 209 ft|
|Beam||10.40m 34 ft|
|Draft||3.90m 13 ft|
|interior designers||Vittorio Cerruti, Howard & Horsfield|
|Year||1990 | 2015 REFITTED|
|Construction||Steel + Aluminium|
|Engines||2 x Wartsila (2,100 Kw)|
|Cruising speed||15 Knots|
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