Mikhail S. Vorontsov Dream Ship Victory and Balk Shipyard | From EUR€ 140,000 /wk
MIKHAIL S. VORONTSOV is a three-masted classic yacht with a concept design by Valeriy G. Stepanenko, measuring 63.5 m in length overall with a launch date in 2013. She can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 lavish cabins.
NOTABLE FEATURES: ~Entirely built of laminated wood ~Large deck space ~Three deckhouses ~Sauna ~Bar ~Gym
MIKHAIL S. VORONTSOV is an all wood classic sailing schooner. She has thoroughly modern sailing systems, rigged with aluminum spars and carbon fiber booms. All Doyle sails are Reckmann furled and all sail handling gear is Rondal.
Dark rich woods line the interior walls, with natural light flowing in from multiple sources. There are skylights surrounding the mast and the interior does not feel enclosed.
The main deck is completed with three deckhouses. The aft deckhouse serves as the owner's private lounge, and can also be used as a secondary guest lounge. The salon, in the middle, is the primary lounge, within the central and larger deckhouse. There is a comfortable dining area as well as a lounge area and spacious Bar. The wheelhouse is located in the forward deckhouse whilst the accommodation is on the lower deck.
Mikhail S. Vorontsov Specifications
|Type/Year:||Dream Ship Victory and Balk Shipyard/2013|
|Max Speed:||15 knots|
|Engines:||2xMTU 8V 2000 M72 710kW(9|
|Cruise Speed:||11 knots|
Her architecture is by Dykstra & Partners and the DVS Project Group. Her stunning interior is a work of the well-known design studio Ken Freivokh Design. Both Ken Freivokh and Dykstra & Partners worked on the exterior styling of the yacht. Balk Shipyard in the Netherlands has been responsible for the outfitting and completing the construction to the highest possible superyacht standards.
This beautiful sailing yacht is built to RINA (+HULL MAC YCH (MCA) Unrestricted Navigation) classification. Her hull is constructed from wood, including acajou, sapelli, and teak. She is powered by 2 MTU 8V 2000 M72 engines with 720KW (966bhp) @ 2250 rpm.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
Accommodation on board Mikhail S. Vorontsov is offered in 5 stunningly furnished luxury suites for 10 guests in total. Guests are taken care of by a crew of 10 professionals. The master suite is full beam of the yacht, and is located aft, on the lower deck. Thanks to an interchangeable configuration, it can include the sauna as part of its private features. The four guest cabins are amidships and two twin cabins contain Pullman berths.
Charter Amenities and Extras
~Pascoe tender; shuttle 6.2m inboard diesel ~1 custom built 6.2m classic tender ~Paddleboard, ~water ski ~ towable toys ~Dive equipment x 3 Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities: ~TV/ DVD: Sharp Aquos ~Satellite: Seatel 4006 ~Music system: Pioneer SC-LX76 ~Gym equipment: ~Massage room and separate sauna
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Ken Freivokh Design, headed by Ken Freivokh has designed some very famous yachts, such as MALTESE FALCON. The company is '...a multi-disciplinary team renowned for creating unique “out of the box” design solutions. The innovative design team’s methodology involves a careful analysis of the client’s brief, examination of first principles, lateral thinking and formulation of very special designs, always aimed at raising the bar of excellence.'