Vicky Yacht Review

Vicky is a 73m superyacht with a full beam Spa centre, spectacular sundecks, swimming pool and helipad.

Motor Yacht Vicky

One of the most captivating superyachts around, Vicky is a 72.64m vessel that has been designed with flowing curves and strong, sleek lines. Constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the beam is 12.23m across. This provides an open layout and a double-height atrium in the main saloon, spacious indeed.

On board Vicky, there’s a steam room, spa pool, an area for yoga, a treatment room and a shower. All of these areas are comfortable, relaxed, with spectacular interior styling. Enjoy the stunning spa close to the sea platform which extends over the water. Light wood and matching fabrics have been used throughout this prestigious superyacht. With six elegant cabins accommodating up to 12 guests, the Vicky also has a full-beam owner’s suite on the bridge deck.

A multifunctional superyacht

Vicky is definitely a multifunctional superyacht with her crisp white profile, a helipad on the bow and balconies on the upper deck. Designed by H2 Yacht Design of London, the layout has been carefully planned to create as much space as possible.

If it’s a luxurious superyacht charter vacation you’re searching for, look no further than the Vicky. She radiates elegance, charm and a timeless style with her modern furniture, chrome accents, earthy colour palette and traditional joinery. Go through the aft deck’s sliding doors into the main saloon. Here there’s plenty of space with lots of natural light coming through the full-length windows. This creates a lovely, welcoming atmosphere as soon as you step on board.

The pale wood panels, cream carpeting, sofa and caramel coloured low back chairs give off an air of sheer opulence. There’s a small grey sofa, a black coffee table as well as a baby grand piano for guests to chill out and listen to some good old tunes. Along the starboard-side bulwark is another sofa, a high back chaise lounge and three chrome coffee tables, ideal for relaxation.

The circular sky lounge

Now here’s something quite innovative. A circular sky lounge. Separating the lounge from a formal dining area is a low dividing bureau. With a tropical built-in fish tank in the forward bulwark, this is a fantastic place to meet up with friends for a coffee. The two-level atrium on the aft section of the upper deck takes up quite a bit of space although there is another seating area which contrasts fabulously with the shape of the lounge below.

The sky lounge is one of the most comfortable areas on board Vicky. Wooden floors with a circular carpet, a long-curved sofa and amber leather armchairs with foot rests provide the “wow” factor. A glorious yellow light above, as well as rust coloured cushions, create a space that’s warm, inviting and very comfortable. The widescreen TV can be used for movie nights with blackout curtains on all of the windows which make the room extra cosy.

The master suite and cabins

The full-beam master suite takes up the amidships part of Vicky. It has two side balconies that offer spectacular views with plenty of refreshing sea breezes. From a short corridor to starboard there’s an office decorated in walnut that gives access into the bedroom. There’s a comfortable mink coloured curved sofa, a TV and a leather chaise lounge, perfect.

This suite is elegant, stylish and luxurious with a back-lit blue and white onyx bathroom, en suite of course. The square bath tub is bookended by a his and hers shower plus a his and hers sink. The dressing room has two separate entrances for convenience and privacy.

Although guest cabins are usually located on the lower deck, the five guest state rooms on board Vicky are situated on the forward section of the main deck. They all lead off a central corridor which gives guests more space and lots of natural light. To get to their cabins guests have to go through the main entrance which is decorated with horizontal stripes of dark wood, gorgeous mirrors and backlit floors. An elevator can take you to any of the three levels from the spa deck to the upper deck. Below this deck is a huge spa, ideal for relaxing and chilling out.

All of the state rooms are quite unique, made up of four doubles and a single cabin. There’s even a four-poster bed in one of them that has soft mink drapes and white walls. Another cabin is decorated in dark accents and walnut, ideal for macho men!

The lower and aft decks

Vicky’s spa can be found on the lower deck. Charter guests are able to enjoy many relaxing days here or have a work out in the gym. To the starboard, there’s a U-shaped sofa, a faux fireplace and TV, a great place to read a book. Aft of this space is a 4m drop-down swim platform which transforms into a beach club when lowered to sea level.

With its Asian influences, this entire deck provides a tranquil, genteel feel. It’s decorated with teak floors, limestone, orange-veined onyx, dark wood and vibrant mosaics. Very eastern!

The aft deck also has a U-shaped sofa, coffee tables and chairs where you can enjoy a cocktail or two. Get together with the rest of your party here to chat about your day and what the evening may bring. On the upper deck aft a square table which seats eight people, has director-style chairs. This is a more casual dining area that’s shaded by the overhang above. There are plenty of seating areas around the edges of this deck too.

Vicky’s beautiful sun deck

The sun deck on board this marvellous superyacht is absolutely huge. Guests can sit in secluded spots without disturbing one another. Step into the 5m long pool forward that has an integrated hot tub offset in glittering tiles for a lazy swim. Then dry off on one of the many sun pads which are sheltered from the sea breezes by a transparent screen. When it gets too hot, move under the radar arch where there’s also a good sized al fresco seating area.

As if all of this isn’t enough, Vicky has an al fresco dining table further aft. With 16 chairs and a retractable Bimini, this is the perfect setting for a formal evening meal or the best spot on board to catch some of the sun’s rays. When evening comes, the sun deck converts into an outdoor nightclub, then the fun really starts. Dance the night away, have a few drinks and a sumptuous meal before retiring to your luxury cabin.

The last deck area is the aft swim platform. Guests can try out Vicky’s water toys or for those who want to pick up a new skill, there’s a RYA training school run by the crew.

This amazing superyacht has everything and more the discerning traveller is looking for. She’s impressive to look at, lavish in décor, very comfortable, luxurious and elegantly designed.

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