48.51m 159 ft | 1961 / 2017 | 12 Guests | 6 Cabins | 11 Crew
Built in 1961 she exudes an eternal elegance, matched to a glamorous history, having hosted many royal guests and celebrities.
Beautifully presented, MENORCA underwent a full rebuild in 2004 and is now fresh from a 2017 refit with stunning interior and deck styling by French company Mare e Terra. Her new interior reflects an easy Hamptons-style sophistication, with six cabins offering versatile and private accommodation perfect for longer charters or simply to allow her guests more space.
Throughout her interior, bright crisp furnishings ensure a relaxed environment, showcased by the main saloon which flanked by glass and featuring a brilliant white framed ceiling. A feature circular staircase and skylight, one of two on the yacht, lies further forward adding a sculptural moment.
Her enormous deck spaces reflect the grandeur of years gone by with solid teak finishes and subtly lit companionways. The wonderfully long stretch of sun deck is perfect for sunbathing or perhaps a party under the stars and comes with a large Jacuzzi, open-air cinema and sun shades. There are two options for dining, one indoors and one outdoors, on the upper deck aft, both able to sit up to 14 guests.
Whatever you want your charter to be, MENORCA’s hands-on Captain and crew will ensure you enjoy a fantastic holiday.
AT A GLANCE
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|Length||48.51m 159 ft|
|Beam||8.75m 29 ft|
|Draft||3.40m 11 ft|
|interior designer||Mare e Terra Studio|
|Year||1961 | 2017 REFITTED|
|Cruising speed||10 Knots|
|Summer||Balearics, Western & Eastern Mediterranean|
|Low Rate||from €EUR98,000 per week / $109,000|
|High Rate||from EUR€115,000 per week / $128,000|
|Low Rate||For charter rates please enquire|
|High Rate||For charter rates please enquire|
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