Usually when we think of Canada we imagine moose and maple leaves, but there are in fact some very fine superyachts that have come out of Canada. Luxurious vessels have been created by prestigious designers with professionals taking care of the sumptuous interiors. Spectacular Canadian built superyachts ooze charm and elegance on every deck with graceful lines as well as the perfect balance between the interior and exterior. Superyachts combine exquisite designs, functionality and vision offering a warm ambience to all who sail on the high seas.
Check out the top ten most beautiful superyachts that have been built in Canada:
1. Mega yacht CHRISTINA O – this gorgeous yacht is the epitome of luxury and elegance. It was built for Aristotle Onassis and named after his daughter. Famous personalities like John F. Kennedy, Elizabeth Taylor, John Wayne, Marilyn Monroe and Sir Winston Churchill spent many relaxing hours onboard this magnificent mega yacht. The Christina O boasts 18 exquisite en suite cabins, 10 of which lie forward on the main deck while the remaining 8 are housed aft on the cabin deck.
2. The PLAYPEN (Ex Princess Sarah)– this amazing yacht, built in 2007, is 141.99ft (43.28m), a superb custom motor yacht built by Richmond Yachts, Canada. It has a sophisticated exterior which along with the engineering is the work of the Setzer Design Group. The luxurious interior was designed by Pavlik Design. The Playpen can sleep up to 12 guests in six staterooms as well as carrying a crew of eight. There are fantastic leisure and entertainment facilities onboard which make the idea of socializing with friends or family very appealing.
3. Luxury motor yacht SUNCHASER – the SunChaser was built in 2007 by Canadian shipyard, Richmond Yachts. It was designed for long range cruising. With a GRP hull and superstructure, she features naval architecture with the exterior being designed by the Setzer Design Group and the interior work of the Pavlik Design team. SunChaser can accommodate up to 12 guests with a bridge-deck VIP suite and master cabins. There’s a huge Jacuzzi sitting on the flybridge/spa deck and nearby a half-moon shaped bar with five stools. There’s also an awesome sky lounge, ideal for entertaining guests
4. Motor yacht EXCELLENCE – this spacious vessel was produced by Richmond Yachts and conceived by the Setzer Design Group. Pavlik Yacht Design acted on the interior design which sets this motor yacht apart from the rest. She accommodates 12 guests in six luxurious cabins, a full-beam master on the main deck, a VIP on the bridge deck, three doubles and a twin on the lower deck. The Excellence can achieve top speeds of 18 knots, a cruising speed of 16 knots and a range of 3,500 nautical miles at 12 knots, wow.
5. Motor yacht KERI LEE – the Keri Lee was finished by Richmond Yachts in Canada in 2004. This luxury motor yacht is 42.6m (380 feet) in length overall. Setzer Design Group was responsible for the Keri Lee’s beautiful shape while Sovereign Yachts was professionally involved in creating her naval architecture. Guests from around the world enjoy the interior design styling by Pavlik Yacht Design. The Keri Lee can steam with a cruising speed of 15 knots allowing a range of around 3,000 nautical miles. Experience the extravagance and luxury on one of the world’s finest built Canadian motor yachts.
6. COPASETIC, a custom motor yacht – the 141.08 ft custom motor yacht Copasetic was built by Hike Metal Works in Canada at their Wheatley, ON Shipyard. She was delivered to her owner in 2006. Although not for charter, this luxurious vessel’s sophisticated design and engineering is the work of Guarino. The yacht’s interior has been designed by Gold Coast Design Studio. The Copasetic’s interior can comfortably accommodate up to ten guests overnight in five cabins. She is also capable of carrying seven crew onboard in three cabins, to ensure guests have a relaxed, luxurious yacht experience.
7. Motor yacht DUMB LUCK – this superyacht is a 39m (127 ft) boat manufactured at Crescent and conceived by Jack Sarin. The well proportioned tri-deck yacht is a particularly distinctive made Canadian motor yacht launched in 2000. She accommodates eight guests and four qualified crew to take care of everyone on board. Dumb Luck was named after Dakota, Nectar of the Gods, Nice and Easy, Las Americas. The interior design is the work of Bill Scales/Barbara Johnson, renowned Canadian superyacht interior designers.
8. Luxury yacht VALKYRIE – this well proportioned luxury motor yacht, 37m (120 ft), was developed by Crescent in Canada in 2001. Valkyrie used to be named 18. She’s a majestic yacht that can sleep as many as eight passengers on board and has a total of 5 crew who will look after your every need. Her breathtaking interior design illustrates the integrity of Robin Rose & Associates. In Norse mythology a Valkyrie was one of the beautiful maidens of Odin who hovered over the fields of battle. Odin chose those to be slain and conducting worthy heroes to Valhalla.
9. Motor yacht OLGA – this superyacht has good size proportions, 125 ft. It’s a luxury motor yacht proudly created at Crescent Shipyard in Canada, 2004. Olga was previously called the Project or yacht name Crescent Lady, Baroness. She can easily accommodate up to ten passengers on board and has approximately six qualified crew. The firm of naval architecture which delivered this yacht’s design work is Jack Sarin and Cc Yachts. Robin Rose & Associates were also responsible for the Olga’s splendid interior styling.
10. Motor yacht CRESCENT SENATOR – the stunning Crescent Senator has the distinction of being built in Canada. In 2003 she was formally launched following sea trials and after final completion, delivered to the owner. Her yacht design work was undertaken by Jack Sarin and Cc Yachts. Crescent Senator can cater for ten passengers as well as four crew members. The boat’s interior décor exhibits the endowment from Robin Rose & Associates. Jack Sarin was a naval architecture company involved in the superyacht plans for the Crescent Senator. She is a fabulous superyacht with many luxury onboard facilities and amenities.