Defined by strong lines, it offers a unique distribution of outdoor spaces that can easily be reconfigured for your needs at a moment’s notice.
The large swimming pool located at the end of the stern is the centerpiece of the “Beach Club” area, while a second swimming pool, located on the highest deck, is available for entertainment on longer cruises.
A large “crow’s nest” is located above the Hard Top with a 360-degree view.
The layout includes 5 or 6 cabins, leaving ample space for the crew quarters, which can accommodate 8 crew members plus the Captain.
The tender is housed in a bay below deck with a side door for launch, a design solution which provides even more effective insulation between the guest cabins and the engine room.
The profile is reminiscent of a fishing boat, while the diagonal extensions to the rub rails along the sides are usually typical of working boats, offering a practical safety feature.
A unique aspect of the layout is that the tenders are positioned amid ships on the lower deck, which can be accessed by stairs on both sides of the main deck. The spaces are intended to be used as a “winter garden”, that can be opened or closed with sliding glass panels. The wheelhouse is designed with a “walk-around” console with a sofa in front, to allow guests to take in all of the views.
The sun deck offers guests an array of facilities to enjoy while socializing, and a second swimming pool is topped by a crow’s nest, or observation deck.
Powered by MTU 16V2000M61 engines, the yacht can reach a top speed of 16 knots, ua cruising speed of 14 knots and a range of more than 6000 nanometers at an economical speed of 10 knots.