Mega yacht Attessa IV will be unveiled October 1, 2010 in Vancouver BC, Canada after a 3 1/2 year extensive reconstruction to an ‘as new’ condition. The refit and reconstruction of superyacht Attessa IV is set to become one of the most impressive refits ever.
Superyacht Attessa IV was originally launched in 1999 as Evergreen, built for the chairman of the Taiwan-based Evergreen Corporation, at the company’s shipyard in Nagasaki, Japan. The exterior styling of Evergreen was designed by Diana Yacht Design with interior styling by Felix Buytendijk.
The superyacht Evergreen was bought by American businessman in 2007 who renamed the yacht Attessa IV and contracted Washington Yachting Group (WYG) to manage the extensive refit. Glade Johnson is responsible for the new interior and exterior styling of megayacht Attessa IV.
Captain Ted McCumber, of the Washington Yachting Group who is Project Manager of luxury yacht Attessa IV kindly sent CharterWorld the image below.
Not only has the superyacht Attessa IV received a dramatic reconstruction of her interior and exterior, the yacht has also been lengthened and will be in the top 25 of the largest superyachts in the World. As superyacht Evergreen, she measured 302ft and has now been lengthened to 330ft (or 110.6m). The megayacht Attessa IV has also been brought to Lloyd and MCA Class.
The interior renovations of the motor yacht Attessa IV is thought to have included the installation of a spa on the lower deck and a new top deck that features a large Spa Pool pool and a hanging glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly. The superyacht will have a helipad on the upper aft deck and forepeak and an as seen in the rendering above. The massive 5 level superyacht has a deep blue hull with curvaceous exterior lines and enormous amounts of deck space for entertaining.
CharterWorld looks forward to her unveiling and will bring you all the latest news and developments regarding the impressive refit of the megayacht Attessa IV.
To see just how dramatic the reconstruction of superyacht Attessa IV has been, see photos of the yacht below, before her refit.Share this: