62M LUXURY SUPERYACHT Viareggio Superyachts | Enquire for Pricing

Outstanding superyacht with great deck areas, beautiful design & artwork

62M LUXURY SUPERYACHT Viareggio Superyachts | Enquire for Pricing

Built by Viareggio Super Yachts in 2009, the 62m/203ft LUXURY SUPERYACHT is a displacement vessel with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Internationally renowned designer Espen Oeino created her naval architecture and exterior styling, while Candy & Candy produced her bespoke interiors, offering ultra-luxurious yacht charter experience for the guests on board. The accommodation sleeps up to 12 charter guests across 6 en-suite cabins.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF 62M LUXURY SUPERYACHT: ~Approved RYA Water Sports Centre ~The world’s first segmented sun orrery chart in the sky lounge ~Rotating sundeck sun pad with misting options ~Atmospheric and sophisticated modern interiors ~Rosewood office on the bridge deck ~ elevator ~ gymnasium


The lower deck beach club door folds down to become a swim platform for easy access in and out of the water. Above, the main deck aft has a U-shaped sofa under the shade of the upper deck overhang ideal for casual morning coffee and outdoor living day or night.


The bridge deck aft has a sheltered grand circular dining table for an atmospheric meal between 12 guests. Sunpads and seating along the stern provide a place for guests to rest in the sunshine. The Portuguese deck in front of the helm station is fitted with two sofas for a quiet outdoor space where guests can watch uninterrupted views of the sunset.

On the sundeck, the area to the stern is fitted with a rotating circular sun pad with misting options for cooling off, and sun loungers with sun umbrellas have placed either side. Sofas along the port and starboard sides curve inwards to create the central sun-exposed seating area around the formal dining area which is placed under the shade of the hardtop. An enormous forward Jacuzzi is placed on the foredeck and guests can dry off after a soak on the forward sun pads.


The interior decor uses dark wooden panelling to contrast against light furnishings, and lacquered tabletops and gloss ceilings add texture and enhance light in the surroundings. Muted lighting is used in abundance, and in the main salon, there is a pale green tint while the sky lounge above implements cerulean blue light.

The lower deck has a beach club and a corridor leading past the tender garage and water toys storage into the engine room. Farther forward is the guest accommodation consisting of two double cabins and two convertible twin cabins, all with en-suite facilities. The forward section is dedicated to the crew accommodation and amenities.

The main deck forward hosts the full-beam en-suite Master suite which has 180 windows for plenty of natural light and great views. A VIP stateroom and its attached en-suite bathroom are located behind the Master suite and forward of the main lobby, where a glass lift (elevator) connects all the floors. A well-equipped gym with a treadmill and power plate is located on the starboard side and provides iPod docking and a TV. To the aft, the grand formal dining area seats up to 12 guests and sliding doors close the area off from the main salon for a more intimate dining experience.

62M LUXURY SUPERYACHT Specifications

Type/Year:Viareggio Superyachts/2009 
Beam:11.00m (36' 1") 
L.O.A.:61.80m (202' 9") 
Max Speed:17 knots 
Engines:2 x 2,000kW Caterpillar 3 
Cruise Speed:15 knots 

The main salon offers A comfortable and cosy setting for nighttime entertainment: Seating is placed near the windows and a curving padded beach winds through the central area for additional bespoke seating. A grand piano is located near the aft sliding doors for live music while guests savour a cocktail from the fully stocked bar.

On the bridge deck, there is a fully-equipped office decorated in rosewood located behind the helm station. The sky lounge to the aft doubles as a media room and is fitted with a 103-inch plasma screen TV that guests can watch together from the U-shaped sofa while the world’s first segmented sun orrery chart glistens from above.
2 x 2,000kW Caterpillar 3516 B engines produce a cruising speed of 15 knots.

Yacht Charter Accommodation

The accommodation sleeps up to 12 charter guests over 6 stately en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 2 double cabins and 2 convertible twin cabins. The professional crew of 16 will ensure that every guest receives stellar service throughout their time on board.

Charter Amenities and Extras

1 x Castoldi Jet 23 tender with 315 HP, 1 x Castoldi Jet 14 rescue tender with 200 HP, 1 x Yamaha GP 1300 Jet Ski, 1 x Seadoo 2016 Spark Jet Ski, 3 x Seabobs F5 (2015 models), 4 x wakeboards, 2 x kayaks, 2 x paddleboards, 1 x windsurfer, 1 x kneeboard, water skis, snorkelling equipment, 1 x 7m high, 15m long freestyle slide, 1 x Jungle Jim climbing tower, 1 x banana, 1 x donut, 1 x Aquaglide Couch & other towable toys.

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"People who charter a yacht tend to want as many experiences as they can in a short space of time. It’s essentially a vacation in compressed format, so the yacht needs to collaborate with you in that. You need lots of different places to eat on board, so every day offers something different. The yacht also needs to make getting ashore easy, for meals on the beach and excursions, so it feels like you never do the same thing twice." - Espen Øino

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