56M SUPERYACHT HARGRAVE | From EUR€ 350,000/wk

56m luxury motor yacht by Unique Yacht Design with Jacuzzi & great deck spaces

56M SUPERYACHT HARGRAVE | From EUR€ 350,000 /wk

56M HARGRAVE SUPERYACHT was built by Hargrave in 2019 and boasts an interior from Unique Yacht Design using dark and sultry colours in high-quality natural materials. The naval architecture was done by Unique Yacht Design in conjunction with Hargrave Superyachts. On board is a fantastic collection of amenities, including a children's game room, a sauna and spa in the beach club, a spa massage room and a gym. There are numerous alfresco dining areas onboard and the sundeck designed for sunbathing and entertaining will be a popular outdoor hub. The accommodation provides for up to 12 guests across six en-suite cabins and there is a crew of 11 on-hand to ensure that everyone on board receives the first-class service throughout every journey.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF 56M HARGRAVE SUPERYACHT: ~Sundeck Jacuzzi ~Beach club containing sauna and jetted spa ~Bars across all decks ~Children's game room ~Three alfresco dining areas ~Large variety of water toys ~Transatlantic range of 5,500 nautical miles ~Lift/elevator ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi


The lower deck swim platform provides a spacious area that joins onto the beach club to create a fantastic social area side the water. Two staircases lead up to the main deck aft, where there is a C-shaped sofa lining the stern, two tables and additional chairs for comfortable casual relaxation and outdoor dining. 

The upper deck aft is the main alfresco dining area on board and features a grand circular table that extends out to become an oval table to serve 14 guests. The bow section is used for storing the motorised water toys and tender, which are safely launched and retrieved using a Davit crane.

Up on the sundeck, guests can choose to wallow in the generous Jacuzzi pool with clear wall overflow into a shallow pool, or rest on the surrounding sunbeds. Amidships is the full bar and stools, the glass-encased lift (elevator) and two large forward-facing L-shaped sofas with large raised tables an additional chairs to create two alfresco dining areas and farther forward to starboard there is a drinks table and chairs for a small group to enjoy the views in the shade. Sun loungers line the stern, where guests have sweeping views of the location.


The lower deck places the crew accommodation, mess and laundry facilities forward, followed by the children's playroom and then the guest accommodation amidships. The engine room is aft and in the stern there is a large beach club fitted with a wet bar and a spa Jacuzzi, with an adjoining spa wellness centre and a gym.

On the main deck, the Master suite is situated forward, behind which is the port-side galley with spacious dining area while to starboard is the main foyer. The main salon also combines the formal dining area, which is placed aft of the central stairway that spirals around the glass lift. A circular sofa setting with two coffee tables is focused on the forward widescreen TV which pops up out of the cabinetry. A bar is placed aft to starboard close to the glass sliding doors to the main deck aft, and is ideally placed to serve guests inside and out.

56M SUPERYACHT Specifications

Beam:10.4 m (34'12'') 
L.O.A.:56m (184') 
Max Speed:16 knots 
Cruise Speed:12 knots 

The forward wheelhouse on the upper deck contains a sofa where guests can watch the action or use it as a cosy lounge. Immediately behind is the Captain's cabin to port and the VIP cabin to starboard, then the skylounge. The spiral staircase is forward in the space, and to starboard there is a drinks table surrounded by four chairs and a wet bar behind. A chaise-lounger rests beneath the port windows and a C-shaped sofa, a pair of coffee tables and two chairs form an inviting gathering area.

The pair of Caterpillar 3512 engines are the first Tier 4 system to be installed into any yacht and have a maximum speed of 17 knots, a cruising speed of 12 knots and a transatlantic range of 5,500 nautical miles.

Yacht Charter Accommodation

The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 12 guests over 6 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 1 VIP stateroom and 4 double cabins each with a Pullman berth. ~ The Master suite is situated on the main deck forward and has a king-sized bed, a widescreen TV, a corner desk, a starboard sofa, a starboard walk-in-wardrobe and a port-side en-suite bathroom with two sinks, a toilet, bidet, bathtub and shower. ~ The VIP stateroom is on the upper deck and is placed to starboard behind the wheelhouse. Within, there is a queen-sized bed, a widescreen TV, a wardrobe and an aft en-suite with a toilet, sink and shower. ~ On the lower deck, there are four double cabins all furnished with king-sized beds, widescreen TVs, large wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with a toilet, sink and shower. ~ The expert crew of 11 will keep everything running smoothly on board.

Charter Amenities and Extras

We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 56m (184') yacht 56M SUPERYACHT, so please enquire for more information.

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EUR€ 350,000 - 375,000/wk
US$ 350,000 - 375,000/wk

“In our company we measure our design objectives against Jack Hargrave’s dictum that, at the end of the day, the boat has to perform at sea. Everything else in the design process needs to bend to that single principle. It’s the right way to do it, and at Hargrave, it’s the only way to do it,” - Michael Joyce, CEO of Hargrave Custom Yachts

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