71.60m 235 ft | 2004 / 2013 | 12 Guests | 6 Cabins | 17 Crew
Connected by a sweeping staircase, her sun deck and upper deck are two of the most attractive terraces afloat. Sunbathe, dine or just relax under umbrellas that can shade any section of the deck. UTOPIA’s master suite occupies the entire upper deck, extending through a private lounge onto an outdoor dining terrace. The suite also includes a gym and a forward ‘breakfast terrace’.
Both saloons have floor-to-ceiling windows, and five decks of entertaining space give the crew the opportunity to excel by creating a new theme to be enjoyed every day. UTOPIA also has a large selection of water toys including a brand-new 10-metre-long water slide. Other toys include a water trampoline, plenty of high-flying towables and waterskis for adults and kids alike.
Launched in 2004 by Dutch builder Feadship, UTOPIA received a thorough refit in 2013. She accommodates 12 guests in a beautiful interior designed by RWD. Guests are looked after by a complement of 17 crew members. UTOPIA has both an elegant Chris-Craft tender and a sporty Ribtec.
AT A GLANCE
Just some of the highlights of Utopia
Duplex panoramic sundeck
Ideal for entertaining or sunbathing and offers a 360° view from 15 meters above sea level.
Two large Jacuzzi's
One is situated on the fore deck and the other on the sundeck, allowing guests to enjoy the sun anywhere on the yacht.
Latest photos of Utopia
|Length||71.60m 235 ft|
|Beam||11.40m 37 ft|
|Draft||3.60m 12 ft|
|Exterior designers||De Voogt, Guido de Groot Design|
|Year||2004 | 2013 REFITTED|
|Construction||Steel + Aluminium|
|Engines||2 x Caterpillar (2,000HP)|
|Cruising speed||14 Knots|
|Low Rate||from €EUR435,000 per week / $487,000|
|High Rate||from EUR€465,000 per week / $520,000|
|Low Rate||from $USD435,000 per week|
|High Rate||from USD$465,000 per week|
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