FLYING FOX Lurssen | From EUR€ 3,500,000 /wk
Measuring 136m (446’2’’), FLYING FOX is an imposing mega-yacht with sleek, elegant lines and a timeless exterior design by Espen Oeino and luxurious interiors by Mark Berryman. The yacht has a large beam of 21.5m (70'6") and a draft of 5.1m (16'9") providing plenty of areas for entertainment, relaxation and dining. The accommodation sleeps up to 25 charter guests over 11 en-suite cabins, with a crew of 54 to provide stellar service throughout every journey.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF FLYING FOX: ~ Huge deck areas ~Two helicopter pads ~ Observation deck Jacuzzi ~Swimming pool ~ Massive watersports & dive centre ~Two-tier spa ~Sauna ~Steam room ~Beauty salon ~Massage room ~Cinema with games consoles and D-box seats ~Hospital with decompression chamber ~Numerous dining options both inside and out ~Lavish interiors with neutral tones ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
A spacious lower deck swim platform 22.5m/73.8ft wide has been installed for celebrations and sunbathing beside the water, with direct access into the cool and shaded aft interior, used as a spa. There is also an impressive dive store area, with the latest in diving equipment and assisted by highly experienced diving instructors. Also at guests disposal there is a huge array of fantastic water toys and equipment.
The main deck aft has a 12m/39ft swimming pool that runs along the length of the stern, and plenty of seating beneath the shade of the upper deck overhang. The main deck also boasts 10 luxurious VIP suites.
The bridge deck has a firepit and a two floor saloon, and as the focal dining area has an array of culinary amenities, including a pizza oven, churrasco oven, teppanyaki and tandoori grill, a Josper (coal-powered Spanish grill), a wok station, and a rotisserie. A helipad can be found on the bridge deck forward, and the section immediately behind is used by the crew as an outdoor relaxation area.
The Upper deck features a separate Master area and also has a lounge and a fire pit and trees, plus a formal dining area, a wet bar and an alfresco cinema perfect for warm evenings - as is the Jacuzzi on the Owner's deck forward, close to the sumptuous accommodation with two beautiful ensuite bathrooms with dressing rooms (his and hers) as well as a private office. There is also a beauty centre for complete privacy.
The second helipad is on the Sundeck or Observation deck aft, which converts into a dance floor with a purpose-built DJ alcove in the communications mast. Forward of the winter garden/observation saloon with circular roof windows is a generous Jacuzzi surrounded by sunbeds.
The Roof deck is the highest deck on board and provides guests with an alfresco lounge arranged in cosy seating areas close to the sides.
The interior is fitted with a world-first: A two-floor spa covering 400m2/4305ft2 furnished with a Hammam, sauna, cyrosauna, spa massage room and a gym. On the lower deck, the spa connects with a sea lounge fitted with a limestone floor surrounded by louvered oak panelling. Within, there is a Hammam, sauna, hot and cold plunge pool that can be changed from one extreme to another within just 10 minutes. A cyrosauna is also installed: Popular with athletes for pain relief and muscle regeneration after three-minute use, the antechamber is a cold -60 ̊C dipping down to a freezing -110 ̊C in the main chamber. Farther aft through the watersports & dive centre, guests have access to the swim platform and the sea.
Forward of the spa is a lounge with a fold-down swim platform to port and a starboard kite surf and dive centre. The tender garage amidships has room for up to nine tenders: An 8.5m/27.8ft Super Air Nautique Coastal, a custom 12.5m/41ft enclosed Limo tender, an 11m/36ft open Limo tender and a 9m/29.5ft beach landing craft. The side hatch grants easy launch and retrieval for an array of water toys, including the submarine.
The bridge deck also has a spa which includes a beauty room as well as a dry massage room and a wet massage room. The gym has a wide range of equipment for a variety of fitness regimes.
The bridge deck also hosts the main social spaces, with an impressive two-tier lounge furnished with a fireplace, widescreen TVs, a dining table to seat up to 22 guests, a cinema with cutting-edge surround sound systems, and an adjoining formal dining room with an aquarium.
FLYING FOX Specifications
|Beam:||21.50m (70' 6")|
|L.O.A.:||136.00m (446' 2")|
|Max Speed:||20.1 knots|
|Engines:||2 x 16V 1163 M84|
|Cruise Speed:||15 knots|
Two large helicopter pads with D values have been installed on board, including an 18-metre on sun deck aft and a 14-metre large on bridge deck forward. FLYING FOX has two MTU Diesel engines, model 16V1163 M84 with a power of 6009hp (4481kW) each and two propellers. She has a volume of 9,100 GT.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 25 charter guests across 11 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite and 10 VIP staterooms. ~ The VIP staterooms are situated on the main deck and all provide plenty of space, top quality entertainment systems with widescreen satellite TVs and iPod docks, and an en-suite bathroom. Some of the cabins have a fireplace for cosy evenings indoors during the cooler seasons and in colder climates. ~ The Master suite is also known as the Owner's suite and is placed on the Owner's private deck for exceptional space, privacy and excellent views. The room is furnished with a king-sized bed with a lounge on the opposite wall and a widescreen TV above. The port and starboard corners both have a desk, and a double bed and single bunk in the corner provide for additional occupants of the room. There are also two spacious private bathrooms with dressing rooms for him and her, as well a study or a lovely Jacuzzi spa for complete privacy. ~ The crew of 54 will take care of all the details so that guests can unwind in tranquillity, and most have dual roles on board: The gym instructors are ex-British military and have training in the water toys, while the housekeeping staff are also hairdressers and the medic is trained as a dive instructor too.
Charter Amenities and Extras
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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