The deceptive exterior styling creates the illusion of double decks in the sky blue superstructure, creating an unbroken undulating effect right around the forward windows to the aft social areas. A swimming pool takes centre position on the main deck aft and the flush foredeck hosts a large heli-deck which can also be used as a sunbathing area and lounge, while a Jacuzzi is placed on the sundeck forward to take in panoramic views of the surroundings.
The new Owner will have a wealth of onboard amenities to enjoy along with a private deck, including a beach club fitted with a gym and hammam, a 135m²/1453ft² main salon decorated in gold-colour aluminium ribbons on the ceiling which stretches from a grand lounge to the centrepiece widescreen TV.
The accommodation provides for up to 30 guests across 15 lavish en-suite cabins, including four VIP staterooms on the bridge deck as well as a completely private Owner’s deck.
Two powerful MTU diesel engines give M/Y JUBILEE a top speed of 18.5 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots with a transatlantic range of 5,000 nautical miles.
The sale was done through Burgess directly to the new Owner who is an existing client. The asking price for superyacht JUBILEE has been withheld.