The world-tour starts in the Caribbean this winter, with DENIKI being available throughout the area from the Virgin Islands to the Windward Islands, including the Bahamas, after which, she will venture via Central America, towards the South Pacific’s Tahiti, Fiji and eventually Australia and New Zealand, leaving a staggering choice of stunning locations to vacation in.
Built in 2007, she was refitted this year and is looking amazing. A total of 10 charter guests are accommodated over 5 cabins with Amels being responsible for her naval architecture, while the interior styling is the work of CRAVT originally/Peter Heuvelman.
The interior décor is lavish evoking a sense of sophisticated elegance. On the main deck, the salon offers an abundance of plush furnishings surrounding a large bespoke coffee table, creating a social ambience. A palate of neutral soothing tones and exquisite textures are paired with warm woods and intricate custom detailing, resulting in a refined and impressive living space. Further forward is the formal dining area. An upper sky lounge boasts a more casual arrangement, with contemporary light furnishings, laid in a relaxing setting, ideal for unwinding with family and friends.
M/Y DENIKI offers a great outdoor lifestyle, over 3 levels. The main deck aft is shaded with alfresco dining and direct access to the swim platform, providing a plethora of water toys available for charter guests to enjoy. An upper deck has an additional alfresco dining table and built-in seating aft, while forward is a bridge deck sitting area. The Amels built motor yacht has a fabulous sundeck, complete with everything guests could wish for, including alfresco dining, chaise lounges, wet bar, BBQ station, Gym equipment, a massage water bed, sun pads and a jacuzzi.
Accommodation is in 5 staterooms, for up to 10 charter guests, comprising a master with private lounge, gym and steam room situated on the main deck forward. On the lower deck, there are 3 double and 1 twin cabin, all of which are en-suite.
Twin MTU engines power the 52m world cruising yacht at speeds of 13 – 15.5 knots. At-anchor stabilizers assist to reduce motion and offer additional comfort on board.