83m 272 ft | 2017 | 12 Guests | 10 Cabins | 25 Crew
Everything you would expect to find on a large yacht is here – with a difference. The upper dining deck has an 18-seat table with automatic glass side screens. What is unusual is a special mini-galley for the extrovert chef to cook at the table.
The beach club has a gym, wellness spa, two overwater balconies, a lounge and two massive platforms for accessing the sports equipment. But this is just the lower level of a duplex concept that includes a 19 square metre swimming pool above on the main deck.
The sun deck has a second Jacuzzi, there is a piano lounge, a 10-seater cinema, a master suite with two bedrooms and so much more. Just ask – the answer is almost bound to be ‘yes’.
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|Length||83m 272 ft|
|Beam||14.54m 48 ft|
|Draft||3.85m 13 ft|
|Exterior designer||Tim Heywood Design|
|interior designer||Andrew Winch|
|Construction||Steel + Aluminium|
|Engines||2 x Caterpillar (3,150HP)|
|Cruising speed||15 Knots|
|Summer||Central and South America,Mexico & North America|
|Low Rate||from €EUR1,200,000 per week / $1,361,000|
|High Rate||from EUR€1,300,000 per week / $1,475,000|
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