Designed by Cor D. Rover, the motor yacht is designed with large guest areas for the purpose of lavish parties and is further personalised to the Owner’s wishes with an area for storing diving equipment next to the tender garage and a fillet table on the hydraulic platform for preparing freshly caught fish.
A fuelling station, as well as a helipad, have been included in the layout, with the latter feature requiring a carbon fibre bridge hardtop to structurally support the increased weight.
Exterior photos show a bridge deck Jacuzzi and a massive alfresco dining table on the main deck aft. The foredeck is fitted with sunpads for panoramic views of such scenic Australian destinations as the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsundays and the Kimberleys.
M/Y JULIND is constructed to Australian AS / NZ power standards and a pair of MAN 1,200 HP engines produce a top speed of 16.6 knots.