NAUTILUS Perini Navi
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Launched in 2013 and refitted in 2019, the 73m (240´) Vitruvius series luxury motor yacht NAUTILUS (ex Grace E), known as hull C.2189, is a breathtaking displacement vessel, built by the prominent Italian shipyard, Perini Navi. Her naval architecture was created by Philippe Briand with exterior styling by Vitruvius Yachts Ltd. NAUTILUS offers ultra-luxurious amenities on board, with accommodation for up to 12 guests in 7 staterooms. A crew of 20 is present to offer exceptional service on board.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF NAUTILUS: ~ large expansive deck areas ~ multiple dining options both alfresco and inside ~ amazing wellness deck with Jacuzzi, Gymnasium, Spa, massage, sauna and more ~ inviting modern design and plenty of areas to socialise ~ elevator/lift ~ stabilisers at anchor and underway ~ beautiful deluxe accommodation ~ on deck master suite ~ air-conditioning ~ WiFi
Main features of this elegant yacht include a five-person guest elevator serving four decks, as well as her ultra-luxurious accommodation for 12 guests in 7 spacious staterooms. NAUTILUS boasts a spectacular full-beam Owner’s suite, which incorporates his and hers en-suite bathrooms, each one with a shower, bidet and a fantastic separate bathtub.
Guests aboard will be able to enjoy the spectacular sky lounge with beautiful u-shaped cocktail bar, boasting armchair-seating. This area can also be used as a buffet/sushi demo station.
For additional comfort and luxury, there is a beauty salon for hair, make-up, manicures and pedicures. There is also a dedicated wellness deck with Jacuzzi, full gymnasium, massage room with wet/dry sauna, hydrotherapy room with cold dip bath and additional sauna, as well as a serenity/relaxation room.
For guests wishing to participate in a more active holiday, the yacht also offers a fabulous 3,5m / 11,5ft lap/exercise pool with varying resistance speeds, situated on the main deck. The vessel also provides a 9,2m / 30,2ft Cockwells twin jet tender and three additional hard body jet tenders.
NAUTILUS is managed by an impressive crew of 22 professionals.
Boasting a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the 73m Vitruvius yacht (hull C.2189) is run by twin diesel-electric engines, reaching a top speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots. Lloyds Registered, as well as MCA-classed, she has a beam of 13.20m (43´31´´) and a draught of 4m (13´12´´).
2019 Refit/Maintenance Details:
New soft furnishings in the same palette
The Gym has been converted to a games room with babyfoot/ fussball and table tennis table and could be reconverted to a gym for longer charters.
New artwork ( wildlife photography)
Sushi bar stools are now an elegant bench
GRACE E is a 2015 World SuperYacht Awards winner!
|Beam:||13.20m (43' 4")|
|L.O.A.:||73.00m (239' 6")|
|Max Speed:||16.5 knots|
|Engines:||2 x electric Azi Pods, ea|
|Cruise Speed:||13.5 knots|
*** MOTOR YACHT OF THE YEAR ***
*** Displacement yacht 1,300 to 2,999GT below 75m ***
Guests aboard the 73m Vitruvius series yacht NAUTILUS are looked after by a highly trained crew of 20 professionals. She has 7 elegant staterooms offering accommodation to up to 12 guests.
Amenities and Extras
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"Indeed we believe that the first function of a sailing yacht is the aesthetics and we spent a lot of time in refining the lines during the project." - "I understood very young that to win a race you have to have the best boat, and so I started to be interested about the technology and the design of the boat." - Philippe Briand