Motor yacht details
Integrated bathing platform
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Short description of the yacht
Built in steel by De Vries shipyard in 1997 after a design by Guido de Groot and naval architecture by De Voogt Naval Architects. Her most recent refit was in 2022, and has completed her Lloyds 25-year classification renewal with a flawless classification survey.
Interior design by John Munford, executed in a modern way, with extensive use of contrasting combinations of Madrona burr and Anigre woods. The lively, light, bright interior is complemented by graceful and fun fabrics. She can accommodate up to 12 guests in 5 cabins, consisting of one full-beam owners cabin on the main deck, two queen and two twin guest cabins, each with a Pullman bunk, all with en-suite bathrooms and exceptional entertainment offerings. Five double crew cabins each with en-suite head and separate Captain’s Cabin behind bridge.
The full-beam, open salon with lots of windows features comfortable seating, encouraging socializing and relaxation. Forward is the adjoining dining salon where 12 guests are seated at an oval table for sumptuous meals by the yacht’s professional chef. A central staircase from the main deck enters the beautiful sky lounge which has many large deep windows either side.
Her main deck has a covered aft seating area that accesses the swim platform, which allows for easy water and toy access and the upper deck. Guests will enjoy alfresco dining on the bridge deck aft with its large oval table welcoming all 12 guests. On her sun deck you can find an enclosed gym area, a Jacuzzi, sunpads, and a barbecue grill.
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