Redman Whiteley Dixon is delighted to announce that three of its luxury vessels have been named as finalists for the 2013 World Superyacht Awards: the newly refitted 74-metre motor yacht ILONA, the 100-foot sailing yacht Q5 QUINTESSENTIAL, as well as the 78-metre superyacht HAMIPSHIRE II.
Luxury motor yacht Ilona was originally launched by the prestigious Dutch builder Amels in 2004. She came back home for an eight-month refit that was successfully completed in May 2012. Ilona had undergone an extensive reworking of her interior as well as superstructure to accommodate the helipad.
Launched by the well known NZ shipyard Yachting Developments last year, the 30-metre superyacht Q5 Quintessential (hull YD66) is a superb catamaran that boasts naval architecture and exterior by Warwick Yacht Design. Her beautiful interiors by Redman Whiteley Dixon provide luxurious accommodation in a spacious owner’s cabin on the main deck, as well as two double cabins, one twin cabin and a children’s den, all situated on the lower deck.
An ideal vessel for those with a great love for action and sport, the 78 m Hampshire II superyacht was delivered by the respected Dutch shipyard Feadship in 2012. She bears both the contemporary overall design as well as classic interior by Redman Whiteley Dixon. There is accommodation for up to 14 guests in 6 lovely staterooms.
Below is a gallery for the stylish charter yachts with design by Redman Whiteley Dixon.