Motor Yacht Party Girl
This captivating 63m (205ft) superyacht was designed by the British company RWD. Her interior was created by Italian Cristiano Gatto and from top to toe, she is truly a magnificent vessel. There are lots of formal and informal areas on board where guests can find secluded spots to relax. The 17m long main saloon and outdoor spaces have the most beautiful panoramic views imaginable while the owner’s delightful cabin is divided into two decks.
Party Girl has an all-white exterior finish which makes her stand out while cruising on the ocean waves. Her Art Deco style of decoration with oriental accents makes this superyacht an absolute gem for guests who like a taste of luxury while on vacation.
What’s on Party Girl?
Once you step on board via the aft deck, you will see an inside-outside veranda. Beautifully designed curved glass doors slide open to reveal two blue and ivory areas mirrored to port and starboard. These areas are perfect for relaxation so why not enjoy a glass of champagne to start your vacation off?
The circular wet bar is divided by the sliding doors with half of the bar inside and the other half outside. Teak wood floors provide a warmth that comes from natural light flooding in through bow windows. These windows also give shelter when it gets a little chilly or windy. On the veranda, you’re able to watch maybe sporting events on one of the two televisions that are hidden behind paintings when not being used. Now that sounds like an innovative idea!
High gloss cabinets and wall panels adorn the main saloon giving off an Art Deco style feeling. The woodgrains and black lacquer go well with the ivory coloured upholstery that looks rich, warm and comfortable. Armchairs and a wingback sofa surround a low coffee table while a widescreen television pops up from a central bureau so guests can catch the latest news or watch sports programmes.
Across the entire superyacht in the dining area there’s also a soft, luxurious ivory coloured carpet with borders in dark wood. In the middle of this area is a 14-seat rosewood, rectangular table which can be altered into two smaller square tables. Fawn velvet chairs surround the table above which hangs a spectacular seven-metre-long chandelier created by the artists of Venini. Huge recessed windows give the saloon an airy, bright feel during the day.
On board Party Girl is a 300-bottle wine cellar. This is hidden inside the forward bulwark and accessed via sliding doors.
The central lobby
As the hub of the superyacht, the central lobby is outstanding in décor, furnishings and colour schemes. A corridor to starboard leads to this lobby that has a unique mirrored ceiling. The amazing Portoro marble floor shimmers in the light with white and gold streaks. More light filters through a Japanese shoji screen which is part of the main entrance to starboard. You simply can’t miss the unusual toucan ornament made from glittering gemstones that overlooks the entrance. The tan coloured staircase complete with “floating” treads and a weaved leather handrail, leads to decks below and above.
The variety of textures, finishes and materials used on Party Girl are striking and showcase the vessel for what it really is. Beautiful, sleek and stylish. Exotic woods, stainless steel and leather have been used to create an interior like no other in the Art Deco style.
Delightful and welcoming accommodation
You’ll be shown to your cabin once you’ve embarked on Party Girl. There are two master suites, one on the main deck forward, the other on the upper deck forward. These can be combined together to create a two-storey penthouse. With this option, Party Girl is ideal when catering for large charter groups or friends who might share the costs of chartering such a prestigious vessel. Both suites are decorated in Canaletto walnut and ebony, these woods are light in colour and provide a less formal feel.
Dark wooden flooring and ivory carpets bring cabins to life along with leather panelled headboards, walls and ceilings. The décor makes for the perfect place to relax after a busy day in the sun or in the water.
Situated on the main deck is the full-beam master suite. A tan leather arch divides a wall-mounted television to port from the seating area to starboard. The large bed faces the TV. A his and hers en suite bathroom stretches across the forward section which is decorated in caramel timber silk stone. From a private corridor, you can reach the master suite via the main lobby. The staircase here in golden brown brushed leather goes up to the second suite. This can be closed off for privacy if the two areas are being used by different guests.
With fabulous views, the upper deck suite also has a private deck forward with sun pads and comfortable seating. The VIP suite is also situated on the upper deck, amidships to port, with similar décor to the two master suites.
Two double guest cabins aft and two convertible twin cabins forward are located on the lower deck. State rooms are sumptuously decorated in high gloss mahogany, rosewood veneers, dark walnut surrounds and padded ivory coloured leather headboards. Ceiling and wall panels finish off these fine cabins.
Leather blackout screens and blinds which are operated using an iPad or iPhone app provide darkened rooms for light sleepers. TVs pop out of the foot of the beds. In the bathrooms, floral patterned etched glass wash basins, marble showers and rain shower heads are the norm.
Upper and main decks
For a variety of functions the upper deck aft has a lovely sky lounge which is divided into small sections to provide privacy. Here guests can socialise, sip a cocktail or chill out on the sofa to watch TV or the latest movie.
Panels of golden goatskin parchment add a touch of luxury and warmth to Party Girl. Ebony and Canaletto walnut ooze charm to give an appealing and inviting ambience. This is an informal area on Party Girl, however it’s still stunning even with its laid-back atmosphere.
Open the glass doors onto the upper deck aft where there’s a round table large enough for 12 guests. This is Party Girl’s main al fresco dining area. There’s plenty of comfortable seating along the aft-most section, a great place for entertaining guests for a casual lunch, dinner party or canapes. The main aft deck can accommodate large groups of people who love to party. On the bridge deck, aft you can relax and lie in the sun. Take a dip in the spa pool if you get a little too hot then chill out on the sun pads. There’s also plenty of shade here from the sun deck above.
The beach club and exciting water toys
Go down the exterior stairs to port and starboard on the main deck aft or use the central corridor on the lower deck to reach the chic beach club. It won’t take long for guests who have lower deck cabins to access the water-side lounge. Seating is comprised of two blue sofas with a coffee table right in the middle. Teak decks and pale brushed teak wall panels create a beach feel to this area with a day head to starboard. Gym equipment can be found on the port side if you fancy a work out before taking a refreshing dip in the sea.
Why not try the many exciting water toys? From wave runners, Seabobs, paddle boards, water skis to wake boards, there’s something for everyone on board Party Girl. Children will love the inflatable toys to have a good splash around in the warm waters.
If you like to party, Party Girl is the superyacht for you. Whether you are chartering the vessel with family, friends or corporate guests, she caters for a wide range of people. There’s a good choice of cabins and flexible accommodation too. Wherever you go while on board, enjoy the glitz, glamour and the most beautiful furnishings. Fulfil your wildest dreams with a vacation of a lifetime on board Party Girl soon!