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Weekly Yacht News Round
Alex Smith -March 23, 2017
VSY Yacht Interior uncovered
The French Studio has revealed the interior based om Darnet Design for the fourth VSY-the 63.8-metre in-build superyacht. The yacht is currently under construction in Italy and is scheduled to be finally launched in 2018.
The yacht features include six suites including a master suite on a raised deck fixed with terraces, sky lounge, a gym, a professional driving centre on the lower deck, a fire pit, a special lounge for children, a bar and a large infinity pool. The Studio claimed that the comfort and the elegant-styled yacht is the best example of a “warm contemporary”.
The founder of Darnet Design, Franck Darnet said:
“It is with great excitement that we undertake this project, the culmination of many years devoted to “the Art of Space at Sea” as we like to refer to our craft. Over the last twenty years, we have designed countless sailing yacht interiors in collaboration with international builders of both custom and production yachts, as well as interiors of two superyachts, the 45m sister ships “Africa and “Atomic”.”
He added that “We face the rewarding challenge of fulfilling the owners’ vision over nearly 500 square meters of interior space and taking the outcome around the world.”
Moonen Martinique motor yacht for sale
The Moonen Martinique is for sale by Simon Goldsworthy at Edmiston & Company. The yacht built in high tensile aluminum and steel is demanding €16,800,000.
As mentioned at boatinternational.com, the luxury yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests within its five cabins, including a master suite on the main deck. The lower deck has two VIP suites and two guest cabins.
Other significant features of the yacht include the sun deck offering sun pads, 180 square meters of relaxation, an entertainment and dining area, a gym, a six-metre garage and a Jacuzzi. The yacht also has storage capacity for a range of water toys on the bridge deck. According to the broker of yacht, the yacht has been specifically designed to handle the roughest of seas.
A spectacular super-villainy yacht
If you are a supervillain, this $2.2 million Bugatti yacht is ideal for you.
As mentioned at menshealth.com, this super luxury Niniette 66 is built by automotive manufacturer Bugatti. It is 66 feet long and filled with a range of services, hence perfect for planning nefarious schemes.
The yacht is fast, having the capability of cruising along at 44 knots. Moreover, it has 2.7 feet shallow draft, a perfect place for planning your money laundering operation. The yacht has been constructed with finest materials (leather, carbon fiber and blue morta oak wood).
A supervillain can take maximum benefits out of it. An onboard fire pit can be used to warm hot tub or its flames can destroy any documental evidence. Once you have this villainy-looking yacht, you are going to impress all the other supervillains.
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