HUNTRESS Lurssen | From US$ 725,000/wk

Imposing 75m mega yacht with immense deck spaces and ultra-luxurious amenities

HUNTRESS Lurssen | From US$ 725,000 /wk

Built by Lurssen in 2009 and refitted in 2022, luxury yacht HUNTRESS (Ex Bella Vita, Northern Star) is a 76m/248ft vessel that features the exterior styling of Espen Oeino while the interiors were completed by Pauline Nunns. M/Y HUNTRESS has a number of accolades to her name, earned from her excellent internal and external layout, naval architecture and facilities.

Notable features of HUNTRESS (Ex Bella Vita, Northern Star): ~ Sundeck Jacuzzi ~ Massage room ~ Sauna ~ Dive center ~ Cinema ~ Swimming pool ~ Gym ~ Helipad ~ Elevator to all decks

For guests arriving by tender, the main deck aft will be the first sight that greets them, and a wide swim platform connects to a broad stairway which in turn leads up to the alfresco lounge shaded by the upper deck overhang. The exterior seating is designed to make the most of the views, and the L-shaped sofas face outwards, while two coffee tables create the ideal setting for breakfast in the fresh air.

The upper deck is also known as the Owner's deck, and guests occupying this floor can choose to use it exclusively or share the space with the other guests. The upper deck aft contains the alfresco dining area which is designed to seat 12 guests in stately elegance with drinks available from the nearby bar. Along the stern, there is a surplus of seating arranged so that guests can break off into smaller groups for more personal conversations. The upper deck forward also features a Portuguese deck for an additional outdoor lounge that takes in the forward view. Down on the bow, the tenders are stored beneath a hatch and a winch crane for easy unloading and retrieval.

The bridge deck is fitted with a shaded aft spa pool and the area behind to the stern could be used for sun loungers, a helipad or as a place to party.

Up, on the sundeck, guests can admire their surroundings while lying back in the generous forward Jacuzzi or making use of the curving forward seating areas that can be used for alfresco dining or converted into sun pads. To the aft, there is plenty of room for exercise such as yoga.

The main deck salon is decorated using classic styling and contemporary colours for bold and sophisticated recreational areas. In the middle, there are two almost symmetrical seating areas on the port and starboard sides, and there is a grand piano for live entertainment. Forward of the salon, there is a spacious formal dining area that both adults and children will enjoy for its beautiful detailing and combination of pale and vibrant colours.

The forward area of the main deck is reserved for the majority of the guest accommodation, and on the starboard side, there is also a guest office and a massage room.

There are more amenities located on the lower deck and tank deck, with the former hosting a dive centre and sauna, and the latter an expansive cinema.

The upper deck can be shared by all guests or used exclusively by the occupants of the spacious Master stateroom located forward. The suite has separate his and hers bathrooms and walk-in wardrobes as well as a private office and bar. Towards the aft, the sky lounge is a cool environment filled with plush furnishings in white and blue. Opposite the seating, there is a forward fireplace, plus a games table and a bar.

To complete the incredible offerings aboard M/Y HUNTRESS, the bridge deck contains a fitness room with a comprehensive range of equipment, the helm and the captain's cabin.

The 2 x Diesel Caterpillar 268 engines produce a top speed of 18 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.

• Best Displacement Motor Yacht of 1,300GT to 2,999GT (approximately 60m – 84m) (World Superyacht Awards 2010)

• Naval Architecture Award: Motor Yachts (Showboats Design Awards 2010)
• Exterior Design & Styling Award: Displacement Motor Yachts 200′+ (SDA 2010)
• Interior Design Award: Displacement Motor Yachts 200′+ (SDA 2010)
• Interior Layout Award: Motor Yachts (SDA 2010)

Yacht Charter Accommodation

The accommodation layout sleeps up to 12 guests across 6 spacious cabins: 1 Master suite, 3 double cabins and 2 twin cabins, all with en-suite facilities. An exceptional crew of 22 will ensure that everyone on board is well taken care of throughout the cruise.

Charter Amenities and Extras

~ Gym/exercise equipment ~ 9 M Zodiac RIB – Hurricane ~ 10.2 M Hodgdon – Custom Beach Lander | New 2023 ~ 6.7 M Ribeye – SOLAS MOB Tender ~ 2 x Yamaha – Waverunner FZS ~ Inflatable double jet ski dock ~ 2 x Seabob F5 ~ Aquaglide Supertramp 23’ ~ Aquaglide Jungle Jim ~ Aquaglide Breezeway 10’ ~ Airhead Super Mable – 3P Towable ~ Lift3 – Efoil / 2x Lift3 - Efoil Batteries ~ Nah Skwell Fit - Stand Up Paddle Board ~ Jobe - Stand Up Paddle Board ~ Malibu Two - Kayak ~ Malibu 9.5m - Kayak ~ 2 x Jobe Wakeboards ~ 2 x Jobe Waterskis ~ 2 x Wow Tubes ~ Fishing Gear ~ Dive compresor ~ Snorkle Gear ~ Lilly Pad ~ Corn Hole ~ Beach Volleyball ~ Children’s Beach Toys, Balls etc ~ Spike Ball ~ Jelly Fish pool

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US$ 725,000 - 775,000/wk

"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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