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Robust 65m Supply Vessel Luxury Motor Yacht MSS EXPEDITION65 design by Studio Sculli

April 17, 2015

Studio Sculli has unveiled the robust and well sized 65m supply vessel luxury motor yacht MSS EXPEDITION65 design, destined for world-wide cruising. The 65m Ice Class mega yacht MSS EXPEDITION65 design has been developed in partnership with Naval Engineer Alessandro Cusumano.

65m MSS EXPEDITION65 yacht design by Studio Sculli

65m MSS EXPEDITION65 yacht design by Studio Sculli

Accommodation aboard luxury yacht MSS EXPEDITION65 design is offered to a total number of 12 guests in 6 comfortable cabins. These include owner’s suite, two VIP suites, two guest cabins, as well as one guest/children cabin. Moreover, the external area of a generous sundeck features a helideck platform.

MSS EXPEDITION65 superyacht design

MSS EXPEDITION65 superyacht design

65m luxury yacht MSS EXPEDITION65 design

65m luxury yacht MSS EXPEDITION65 design

With an aluminium alloy superstructure, superyacht MSS EXPEDITION65 design features a steel displacement round bilge hull with level keel, with twin propellers and transom stern. The hull has been developed from a recent 53m vessel built by Rossinavi in Pisa, Italy. MSS EXPEDITION65 boasts the efficiency of the lines and an excellent sea behavior.

Super yacht MSS EXPEDITION65 design

Super yacht MSS EXPEDITION65 design

Dimensions of MSS EXPEDITION65 yacht design:

LOA 64.5 m.

LWL 61,8 m

Length bpp 58.5 m.

Breadth 13.0 m.

Depth 5.5 m.

Draught max. 3.5 m.

DSPL 1.400 t

Maximum design speed 16,5. kn.

Cruising speed 13.0 kn.

Total Crew n° 16

New exciting 43m explorer yacht project with four design options unveiled by HYS Yachts

April 17, 2015

Philippines-based company, HYS Yachts, has proudly unveiled four amazing design options for a new exciting 43m world-class, long-range explorer yacht project. Each 43m HYS superyacht design can be fully customized to the most specific requirements of the client.

43m explorer yacht Optimus design by HYS Yachts

43m explorer yacht Optimus design by HYS Yachts

The 43m HYS expedition yacht design variations include motor yacht OPTIMUS with an aft beach club with seating, bar, massage and gym facilities; luxury yacht THALASSA with space for one 8m unlimited air draft tender and other water toys; superyacht PONTUS  with space for dual 8m unlimited air draft tenders; and AETHER yacht with two 7-meter low-profile tenders, as well as a helideck capable of landing a 2-ton helicopter.

43m superyacht Thalassa design

43m superyacht Thalassa design

Each 43m HYS luxury yacht design will be constructed upon a 43-metre Japanese government ice strengthened hull with dynamic positioning capability. The vessels will boast such new features as a zero speed stabilizer system, dynamic positioning capability, an 8,000 NM range, and much more.

43m luxury yacht Pontus design

43m luxury yacht Pontus design

HYS Yachts, well known as the world leader in explorer yacht conversions with 10 successful conversions completed to date, stated that their 43m explorer yacht projects will not be a typical conversion as is generally understood by yacht owners or the yachting industry. These will be “Highbred” yacht projects.

43m super yacht Aether design

43m super yacht Aether design

Unlike typical conversions”, HYS Naval Architect Simon Jupe explainswe aren’t just re-arranging existing spaces of an existing  vessel… this is a full-on new build executed on top of an exceptionally engineered and maintained Japanese government hull and prime mover system.

CdM recognized as leader in explorer yacht market

April 16, 2015

The data just unveiled by the ShowBoats International’s Global Order Book 2015 shows that Cantiere delle Marche (CdM) is the leader in the explorer yacht market. Six yachts are currently under construction at the Ancona-based Italian shipyard, including Darwin Class and Nauta Air yachts flagships.

Rendering of CdM superyacht Darwin 102

Rendering of CdM superyacht Darwin 102

Three Darwin Class yachts currently in build – motor yacht Darwin 86’, Darwin 102’ and superyacht Darwin 107’ – are expected to be launched this summer. The brand new Darwin 107’ will be showcased at the upcoming European boat shows, while the all-new Darwin Class 102’, especially configured for navigation in the Pacific Ocean, is destined for the US market, and will be displayed at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2015.

Superyacht Darwin 107

Superyacht Darwin 107

The shipyard is also working on the construction of the new motor yacht Nauta Air 108’, beautifully designed by Nauta Design. In addition to the usual Explorer Yacht features such as remarkable seaworthiness or transpacific autonomy, she will feature generous exterior spaces and a beautiful customized interior, penned by renowned Italian designers.

Rendering of luxury yacht Nauta Air 108

Rendering of luxury yacht Nauta Air 108

CdM has also announced that important negotiations are presently underway for three 100ft + yachts to be commissioned.

Striking 51m expedition motor yacht FLOW concept by Vripack

April 15, 2015

The world-renowned Dutch design studio, Vripack Naval Architecture, has unveiled the striking 51-metre motor yacht FLOW concept, designed to reach the most beautiful and remote areas of the world in maximum comfort and safety. Superyacht FLOW concept boasts excellent expedition capability based on terms of safety, reliability, endurance and longevity.

Luxury motor yacht FLOW concept by Vripack

Luxury motor yacht FLOW concept by Vripack

“With FLOW we wanted to create a yacht that stops you from turning the page. She features the most sought-after form which follows function, embraces our holistic philosophy and allows a stunning exterior and harmonious interior with cutting edge naval architecture,” Bart Bouwhuis and Marnix Hoekstra the creative directors of Vripack explain.

Super yacht FLOW concept

Super yacht FLOW concept

Luxury yacht FLOW concept is a muscular yet highly styled family vessel, boasting numerous new innovations, comprising enclosed “beach house” on the aft deck, as well as family treasure cabinet, hosting the collection of shells, stones and artifacts, collected during the voyages. Moreover, the vessel features “gull wing lookouts” from the skylounge, providing a unique perspective on the changing landscape outside and amazing perforated window graphics personalised by the owner.

Superyacht FLOW concept - aft view

Superyacht FLOW concept – aft view

“The design of FLOW once more proves that a good design shouldn’t meet all the requirements, it should surpass them, creating a yacht that goes beyond dreams,Bart and Marnix conclude. Or, as the globe trotting owner of the 45m luxury expedition charter yacht Big Fish once said: “If you’re going to buy a yacht, you might as well use it for adventure!”

You can find a choice of luxury charter yachts with design by Vripack here below.

Video of 90m Lurssen motor yacht ICE

April 09, 2015

The breath-taking 90-metre motor yacht ICE (ex Project Rainbow, Air) is an imposing, stylish and environmentally friendly explorer, launched by the respected German builder Lurssen in 2005. Currently the 47th largest superyacht in the world, luxury mega yacht ICE has been beautifully designed by multi-award winning British designer, Tim Heywood. Below is a video showing the striking ICE at the Lurssen shipyard, made by ‘DrDuu’.


Superbly designed by bespoke Terence Disdale, the modern interiors of superyacht ICE feature a Zen-like atmosphere and make use of a limited palette of materials to create a style that is unique among Disdale’s work. Accommodation aboard this striking vessel includes a master suite, two VIP cabins and four guest cabins, all with generous bathrooms fitted with baths carved from limestone blocks.

Below is a selection of the luxurious charter yachts built by Lurssen.

Superyacht Industry 2014 Review

April 07, 2015

Just before the start of this week’s London Yacht, Jet & Prestige Car Show (running from 8 – 10 April), SuperYacht Company has unveiled the most definitive statistics on the 2014 superyacht new-construction market.

Superyacht Deliveries - Credit to SuperYacht Company

2014 Superyacht Deliveries – Credit to SuperYacht Company

In 2014 shipyards worldwide delivered 156 superyachts over 30 metres, with a length totalling 6,769 metres. Compared to the 159 deliveries in 2013, this is a decrease of 2%. This drop is a direct result of the fact that nearly all of the yachts delivered in 2014 were sold during the financial crisis. The largest yacht delivered in 2014 was the 140 metre Fincantieri (Italy) mega yacht Ocean Victory.

76 Different shipyards in 20 different countries built these 156 superyachts. The market leader was Benetti with 13 deliveries, followed by Sunseeker and Sanlorenzo, both with 11 superyachts. In terms of countries, Italy is the biggest builder of superyachts with a market share of 40%, followed by the Netherlands with a market share of 10%.

The total value of all motor and sailing yachts over 30 metres completed in 2014 was approximately € 3.8 billion with an average value of € 24.4 million per superyacht. The average value of motor yachts above 30 metres was considerably higher than the sailing yachts above 30 metres, approximately € 25.8 million versus € 13 million for sailing yachts.

While the number of superyachts delivered was slightly down, there has been an increase of 21.2% for new projects. Between January and December 2014, 181 new projects for yachts over 30 metres were recorded; representing an increase of 13.8% compared to 2013’s 159 new projects.

The total length of all new projects is 8,685 metres – 3,700 metres more than 2010 and 1,519 metres more than in 2013. The average size per new project was 48 metres which, compared to 2013 (45.1 metres), is an increase of almost 3 metres. The largest project announced to the public was the 116-metre expedition superyacht under construction at Kleven in Norway, however we are aware of a new confidential project over 140 metres.

Superyacht deliveries in 2014 down by 2% compared to 2013

  • Decrease of 2% in the number of deliveries
  • Total length of all deliveries 6,769 metres
  • Motor Yacht vs. Sail Yacht ratio 89% vs 11%
  • Average size of Sail Yacht has increased by 2.1 metres to 43.62 metres
  • Average length of Motor Yacht almost the same as previous years at 43.36 metres

In 2014 shipyards worldwide delivered 156 superyachts over 30 metres, with a length totalling 6,769 metres. Compared to the 179 superyachts delivered in 2012, this is a decrease of more than 12%, and compared to the 159 deliveries in 2013 this is a decrease of 2%. This drop in deliveries is a direct result of the fact that nearly all of the yachts delivered in 2014 were sold during the financial crisis.

Of the 156 deliveries in 2014, there were 139 motor yachts, accounting for 89% of total deliveries and 17 sailing yachts were delivered, accounting for 11%. These 139 motor yachts had a total length of 6,027 metres, with sailing yachts totalling 741 metres. The average size of a motor yacht remained nearly the same as in 2013 at 43.36 metres. Interestingly the average length of a sailing yacht has grown again in 2014 by 2.08 metres to 43.62 metres. In 2013 the average length of a sailing yacht had already grown by 2.50 metres to 41.54 metres, compared to 39.04 metres in 2012. With a number of very large sailing yachts under construction such as the 106 metre Oceanco mega yacht Solar project and the 147 metre mega yacht White Pearl, this figure is set to rise over the next few years.

The largest yacht delivered in 2014 was the 140 metre Fincantieri (Italy) Ocean Victory. The largest sailing yacht delivered in 2014 was the 65 metre superyacht Lamima, which was built by Italthai Marine in Thailand.

New Superyacht Projects 2014 - Credit to SuperYacht Company

New Superyacht Projects 2014 – Credit to SuperYacht Company

New superyacht projects rise by 13.8% in 2014 to 181 new projects

  • 181 new superyacht projects in 2014, up by 13.8% compared to 2013
  • Total length of all new projects up by 21.2% to 8,685 metres
  • Average length of new projects has increased with nearly 3 metres to 48 metres.

The amount of new projects per year, which includes new orders placed by clients and yachts of which the construction has started on speculation, is one of the most significant numbers in the superyacht industry. New projects are not only vital for shipyards but for countless businesses in the superyacht industry, ranging from suppliers to designers, and from subcontractors to the media.

Between January and December 2014, SuperYacht Company recorded 181 new projects for yachts over 30 metres; this number represents an increase of 13.8% compared to 2013, when there were 159 new projects.

2014 saw 164 new motor yacht (90.6%) projects, and 14 new sailing yacht (9.4%) projects. The total length of all new projects is 8,685 metres – 3,700 metres more than 2010 and 1,519 metres more than in 2013. The average size per contract was 48 metres which, compared to 2013 (45.1 metres), is an increase of almost 3 metres.

The largest project announced to the public was the 116 metre expedition superyacht under construction at Kleven in Norway, however we are aware of a new confidential project over 140 metres.

Number of shipyards delivering superyachts decreases with 6.2%, while yards with new projects increases with 8.6%

76 shipyards from 20 countries delivered 156 superyachts; Benetti largest producer of superyachts in 2014; 76 shipyards in 16 countries have 181 new projects; Most new superyachts in Italy, 79 new projects for 28 yards.

Deliveries 2014

The 156 superyachts delivered in 2014 were built by 76 different shipyards, which is the lowest number of shipyards in nine years. Compared to 2013 (79) this is a decrease of 6.2% and compared to 2012 (98 shipyards) this means a decrease of 22.4%.

In 2014 the Italian shipyard Benetti was the market leader for the construction of yachts over 30 metres. The shipyard completed 13 superyachts with a total length of 567 metres.

Credit to SuperYacht Company

Credit to SuperYacht Company

The superyachts delivered in 2014 were built in 20 different countries. Looking at the countries where these 156 superyachts were built, Italy is market leader with 40%, which equates to 63 superyachts built by 20 different shipyards. The Netherlands was the second biggest superyacht builder in 2014 with a market share of 10% and 16 new superyachts. The United Kingdom with 15 deliveries totalling 572 metres comes in third, followed closely by the United States with 14 superyachts totalling 553 metres.

Credit to SuperYacht Company

Credit to SuperYacht Company

New Projects 2014

For confidentiality reasons we cannot divulge details in regards to the number of new projects per shipyard, therefore we have analysed the number of new projects per country. 76 Shipyards in 16 different countries have 181 new projects. Italy is market leader with 79 new projects with a total length of 3,417 metres at 28 shipyards. The Dutch shipyards come second with 27 new projects at 11 shipyards, and a total length of 1,646 metres. With an average length of nearly 61 metres, the Dutch projects are considerably larger than the Italian projects, however the largest superyachts are being built in Germany with an average length over 100 metres.

Credit to SuperYacht Company

Credit to SuperYacht Company

Superyachts delivered in 2014 valued at € 3.8 Billion

  • The value of all superyachts delivered in 2014 is estimated at € 3.8 billion.
  • Average value of a motor yacht was € 25.8 million
  • Average value of a sailing yacht was € 13 million
  • Total value of all superyachts delivered in Italy was the highest at € 1.4 billion

The total value of all motor and sailing yachts over 30 metres completed in 2014 was approximately € 3.8 billion with an average value of € 24.4 million per superyacht.

The average value of motor yachts above 30 metres was considerably higher than the sailing yachts above 30 metres, approximately € 25.8 million versus € 13 million for sailing yachts. This figure can be partly explained by the primary fact that motor yachts have a higher volume than sailing yachts.

Italian yards have produced superyachts with a total value of approximately € 1.4 billion, which equals to a market share of 36.8% in value. The second place was for Germany (approximately € 720 million) and third was the Netherlands (approximately € 660 million).

Credit to SuperYacht Company

Credit to SuperYacht Company

Sale of new 40m motor yacht M40 Explorer by Mondomarine

April 03, 2015

Mondomarine is delighted to announce the sale of the new 40m displacement motor yacht M40 Explorer project. Scheduled for delivery early 2017, superyacht M40 Explorer has been beautifully designed by the Italian Naval Architect and Designer Sergio Cutolo – Hydro Tec.

New Mondomarine superyacht 40M Explorer

New Mondomarine superyacht 40M Explorer

Sergio Cutolo – Hydro Tec, with Mondomarine Engineering, has handled exterior design, structural design, hydrodynamic and engineering for the 40m super yacht 40M Explorer.

The project of interiors is designed by Umberto Fossati – Fossati Design Bureau.

Luxury yacht 40M explorer is 40 m long and has a maximum beam of almost 9 m.

It is a full displacing unit representing an evolution in the Explorer yacht concept. It indeed maintains the technical features of every long-range unit but matched here with a modern and endearing line.

Volumes are as generous as the range performances, we are close to 430 GT.

The revolutionary hull lines have been deeply studies with advanced dedicated software and then tank-tested to grant very low consumption rates, absolute comfort and an unrivalled range.

The layout has been specifically studied for the Owner, who will use the M40 Explorer yacht as a family vessel around the world; huge spaces have been dedicated to storerooms and refrigerated deposits.

The tender too will be custom made with the same family style as the M40 Explorer superyacht.

With this project Mondomarine continues its successful tradition in the Explorer market, already achieved with the celebrated charter yacht Tribù, the 50m which has already completed more than three tours around the world and that is the first unit to be awarded Green Star certification by RINA.

Mondomarine has now 4 yachts sold under construction over 40m:

–       SF40 – delivery end of 2015

–       M50 – delivery February 2016

–       M60s – delivery June 2016

–       M40 Explorer – delivery early 2017

Below is a gallery for other luxurious charter yachts built by Mondomarine.

Fincantieri Yachts to be present at London Yacht, Jet and Prestige Car Show 2015

March 24, 2015

Fincantieri will be present at the first London Yacht, Jet and Prestige Car Show 2015, running from April 8 to 10. The company represents one of the world’s largest shipbuilding groups, which in over 200 years of maritime history has built more than 7,000 vessels. One of the latest Fincantieri superyachts is the impressive 140m motor yacht VICTORY, delivered to her Owner in 2014.

80m mega yacht Skyback with Crystal Beach project by Fincantieri and Cor D Rover

80m mega yacht ‘Skyback with Crystal Beach’ project by Fincantieri and Cor D Rover

 It is world leader in cruise ship construction and a reference player in other sectors, from naval vessels to cruise ferries, from mega-yachts to special high value-added vessels, ship repairs and conversions and offshore vessels. Headquartered in Trieste, the Group has a total of more than 20,000 employees, of whom 7,700 in Italy, 21 shipyards in 4 continents and total revenues of Euro 4 billion.

Fincantieri Yachts is an autonomous division, focused on designing and building first-class luxury yachts over 70 metres, based in the Muggiano shipyard near La Spezia. Fincantieri Yachts continuously develops modern and technologically advanced concept designs, ranging from 70 to 150 metres and above, in cooperation with the most prominent yacht exterior designers.

With a dedicated Yacht Design Department and a Project Management organization, the Muggiano shipyard can boast a reputation for excellence in high-tech and high-quality vessels. This is proved by the 134 metre motor yacht “Serene” delivered to the owner on July 2011, one of the top ten largest yachts in the world, and the 140 metre mega yacht “Victory” designed by Espen Oeino and delivered in 2014.

Several new projects have been presented and will be on display during the London Yacht, Jet and Prestige Car Show, such as superyacht “Vanitas”, 123 metres of luxury created by Andrea Vallicelli, the “Skyback with Crystal Beach” (80 m).

Visit Fincantieri Yachts on stand no. A09 at the London Yacht, Jet and Prestige Car Show 2015.

JFA Yachts to exhibit at London Yacht Jet and Prestige Car Show

March 24, 2015

JFA Yachts will be attending the inaugural London Yacht Jet and Prestige Car Show 2015, running at Old Billingsgate in London from April 8 to 10. The prestigious French luxury yacht builder will be on stand B11.

New 164' Explorer superyacht concept developed by JFA Yachts

New 164′ Explorer superyacht concept developed by JFA Yachts

JFA Yachts is building or refitting both custom sailing yachts and custom motor yachts from 70’ to 200’ either monohulls or multihulls. Experienced in Aluminium, Steel & Composite (including carbon), JFA Yachts already built many different yachts. More known for sailing yachts at its beginning, JFA Yachts is building motor yachts. Boats such as superyacht Zeepaard, motor yacht Bystander and charter yacht Axantha II are Explorer boats that sailed a lot.

JFA Yachts has recently developed a 164’ New Explorer yacht new style, contemporary outside but also inside. This motor yacht, equipped with a diesel electric propulsion which combines fuel efficiency and low noise level, has been developed with Bill Dixon Design, as Naval Architect and the interior designer Franck Darnet Design. But this motor yacht is not radically modern: her low profile with classic lines and her nice bow shape make her timeless.

Long Island 85' superyacht Windquest

Long Island 85′ superyacht Windquest

Launching the Long Island 85’ yacht in 2014 the first boat range of semi-custom catamarans, JFA Yachts has confirmed the importance of its presence on the multihull market with 3 catamarans over 80’ already built. Currently under construction, superyacht Long Island 100’ is designed to sail far and in greatest comfort. Long Island catamarans offer groundbreaking arrangement with the master cabin on fore wet deck with panoramic view and direct access on the fore net.

Long Island 100' Superyacht

Long Island 100′ Superyacht

Frédéric JAOUEN, CEO of JFA Yachts: “This show in London is very promising. We hope this will be a great success and will attract many visitors. Our great versatility (Motor Yachts, Sailing Yachts, Catamarans) permit us to be very innovative and reactive to one off yacht demands. We also propose semi-custom catamarans that offer great comfort. Ten months ago, WindQuest passed under the Tower Bridge. Such a great experience”.

Below is a choice of the luxurious charter yachts built by JFA:

New 40m motor yacht OCEAN NOMAD concept by Van Geest Design

March 19, 2015

Van Geest Design has proudly unveiled their latest 40-metre motor yacht Ocean Nomad concept, developed for an experienced world travelling client. Completely new and different for private use only, superyacht Ocean Nomad design is a multi-purpose vessel, able to navigate all oceans.

New 40m motor yacht OCEAN NOMAD concept by Van Geest Design

New 40m motor yacht OCEAN NOMAD concept by Van Geest Design

The Ocean Nomad yacht’s rugged looks relate to her purpose. The design leads to a modern and stylish arrangement with its lines and surfaces, giving a distinctive and sleek appearance which is both easy to the eye and yet comfortable at sea.

The new super yacht Ocean Nomad concept stands out for its exclusive design, multipurpose usability and refined design down to the finest detail. A new standard for exploring the world.

The studio is proud to have designed the Ocean Nomad superyacht concept in line with their design principles: UNIQUE, INNOVATIVE, PURE, UNCLUTTERED, INTERACTIVE & TIMELESS.

Superyacht OCEAN NOMAD concept - side view

Superyacht OCEAN NOMAD concept – side view

Description of the General Arrangement:

From top to bottom, the Sky deck is a large open deck space with an interior and exterior access from the bridge deck below. It features a Jacuzzi with a surrounding sunbathing area, bar, lounge/dining, BBQ, day head, storage and observatory seating forward. The centre section is protected from the sun by a large canopy. Additional sun shading is foreseen with Biminis, parasols and sun screens. This space will be a true fun part of the Ocean Nomad yacht.

Bridge deck houses besides the bridge, the main salon with a 270 degree panoramic view. This salon has large deck to deck windows with a sliding door opening to its extensive aft deck. Forward of the salon is a dedicated gym with sliding doors to enjoy the exteriors while exercising. The aft deck will have a full panoramic view giving a true feeling of freedom and unity with its surroundings. If required some areas can be protected from the sun by overhead awning and eventual side panels. All deck furniture can be removed to accommodate a touch and go heli pad. The foredeck gives access to crew seating, crew tender storage, anchoring and mooring equipment.

Luxury yacht OCEAN NOMAD concept - aft view

Luxury yacht OCEAN NOMAD concept – aft view

On Main deck forward is located the full beam master stateroom. Its entrance houses the office with desk and sofa. Both stateroom and office feature large hull windows for full appreciation of the outdoors. The main lobby is the transition area from the owner’s stateroom to the main salon. A large dining area and lounge are set in open space with full height windows and sliding doors giving ample light and views to the outside. An interactive galley and crew mess are located on the portside of this deck.

The aft deck’s main feature is the unique tender storage. This area will feel like a working area. The two pillars with access to the engine room and storage spaces below deck are also the engine room ventilation. Taking these away from the accommodation leads to a quieter yacht experience. Small overhead cranes are foreseen to assist in handling sports equipment and supplies.

The lower deck aft has a large bay to store a 30ft explorer tender. To the side of this bay are storage spaces and access to the engine room/control room. The starboard storage space will have an exit through the hull once the hull side platform is down. Forward of these areas is an extensive engine room space. Four double guest cabins are situated in the middle of this deck. The crew areas forward are comfortably planned with spacious service areas and one additional multipurpose cabin.

OCEAN NOMAD superyacht concept from above

OCEAN NOMAD superyacht concept from above

CHARACTERISTICS OF NOMAD OCEAN YACHT CONCEPT

Dimensions:

LOA: 40 m

LWL: 38 m

B max: 9.1 m

Tenders and toys:

1 Large tender 10 m

1 Crew tender 5 m

Additional storage foreseen for bicycles, diving- and fishing gear

Accommodation:

1 Owner Stateroom

4 Guest Cabins

1 Captain Cabin

3 Double Bunk Crew Cabins

1 Multipurpose Cabin

KEY FEATURES:

  • Tender storage in the back of the main yacht
  • Bridge deck extending over tender deck
  • Heli pad possibilities in due course on aft bridge deck
  • Gym with opening to the exterior
  • 4 crew cabins plus one multipurpose cabin
  • Interactive galley and crew mess
  • Owner/guest accessible bridge
  • Side boarding platform accessible from deck by side boarding ladder
  • Generous storage for bicycles and other sports equipment
  • Overhead crane for supplies and movement of sports gear
  • Crew tender with designated crane located in closed space on foredeck
  • Ice class
  • Sky deck with observatory seating, Jacuzzi, sunbathing and BBQ dining