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The Majestic Transformation of Carinthia VII: A Luxury Yachting Revolution

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The Majestic Transformation of Carinthia VII

In luxury yachting, few events stir as much excitement as unveiling a newly refitted superyacht. The 97-meter Carinthia VII, a icon of luxury and engineering prowess, has been redelivered from the esteemed Lürssen shipyard in Hamburg, marking a significant milestone in the yacht’s illustrious history. This transformation reaffirms Carinthia VII’s status at the pinnacle of luxury yachting and introduces her to the charter market, a move eagerly anticipated by enthusiasts and connoisseurs worldwide.

Acquired by a visionary owner in 2022, Carinthia VII’s refit was orchestrated to surpass the conventional boundaries of luxury and performance. Initially shrouded in exclusivity, with only a select few having glimpsed its interior, the yacht embarked on a comprehensive journey of rejuvenation under the guidance of the parent shipyard Lürssen.

“A refit is not just about necessary maintenance, it can also be a way to completely transform a yacht,” says Alberto Perrone, Refit Sales Director at Lürssen. “Whilst the shipyard is known globally for its many new build superyachts, the refit side of the business is just as exciting and challenging for the skilled workforce.”

Innovative Design and Luxurious Amenities

The transformation of Carinthia VII under the expert guidance of Bizzozero Cassina Architects, alongside the operational insight of RYacht Management, stands as a symbol of visionary design and architectural mastery. The duo synergized to weave a tapestry of elegance, technology, and heritage, propelling Carinthia VII into the limelight of modern luxury yachting.

The pièce de résistance of the refit is the 11-meter swimming pool installed on the main deck. This feat of design ingenuity features a striking glass front, etched with seamless precision, that dissolves the boundary between the pool and the dining area, inviting the outside in and creating an interplay of light and water. The pool’s ‘stars&stripes’ blue hue, a sophisticated blend of blue with hints of grey, casts reflections reminiscent of the ocean’s depths, creating a mesmerizing effect that is both tranquil and refreshing. This thoughtful selection complements the yacht’s new color palette and harmonizes with the natural marine surroundings.

The surrounding teak deck, renowned for its resilience and beauty, has been meticulously restored to accentuate its rich, golden-brown tones, contrasting the pool’s calm serenity. This outdoor oasis, now graced with sumptuous sun loungers and casual seating areas, has been transformed into a haven for relaxation and social interaction, underlining the yacht’s commitment to creating exquisite guest experiences.

Inside, the commitment to preserving the yacht’s soul is evident. Each room maintains at least one piece of the original furnishing, a homage to the vessel’s storied past and a celebration of its timeless craftsmanship. The iconic wooden flooring continues to echo the yacht’s decades of maritime legacy with its intricate grain patterns and satin finish. It is now polished to reveal a luster that only time can bestow.

Elegant 11-meter swimming pool on Carinthia VII's main deck

The introduction of expansive, custom-designed lounge sofas in the main salon offers a tangible sense of comfort and luxury. These pieces are not merely functional; they are crafted to cradle and cocoon, promoting conviviality among guests. The sofas’ fabrics, selected for their tactile pleasure and visual harmony, are enhanced by bespoke carpets that sprawl elegantly beneath, their designs inspired by the fluidity and form of marine life.

The walls, adorned with hand-selected artisanal fabrics, create a canvas of texture and color that speak to a refined aesthetic. In a nod to craftsmanship, handcrafted leather tiles decorate select surfaces, their patterns laser-cut with precision to reflect the yacht’s innate connection to the sea. These tiles rise in a gradient of hues, drawing inspiration from the ocean’s depths to the sky’s expanse, further bridging the interior with the maritime world outside.

The meticulous redesign of the guest suites and owner’s deck aboard Carinthia VII marries the epitome of luxury with the pinnacle of functional design, meticulously tailored to those who will traverse the globe in her wake.

With a clear vision, the designers have curated visually stunning and superbly practical spaces, ensuring every journey is remembered for comfort as much as for the scenery.

The guest suites are a triumph of bespoke elegance, each reflecting a distinctive character while maintaining a coherent design language throughout Carinthia VII. Plush textiles and soft lighting create a serene ambiance, where every element, from the hand-stitched upholstery to the custom-designed furniture, is a silent nod to the yacht’s opulent spirit. The suites are thoughtfully equipped with state-of-the-art entertainment systems and personal climate controls, offering guests a private luxury sanctuary.

On the owner’s deck, functionality meets sophistication in the form of a teppanyaki round bar, a delightful addition that promises culinary entertainment right at the fingertips of the guests. This interactive gastronomic station, expertly crewed by a skilled chef, turns mealtime into a vibrant show of culinary artistry, further enhancing the communal spirit that luxury yachting embodies.

Carinthia VII's teak deck and serene outdoor relaxation area

Adjacent to this is the sundeck, which has been transformed into an al fresco paradise. New, ergonomically designed seating and a bespoke dining table set the stage for sumptuous outdoor feasts or tranquil afternoons basking in the sun’s warmth. The sundeck is the quintessential spot for guests to gather, enveloped by the expansive vistas of the open seas or the mesmerizing tranquility of secluded coves.

With its richly appointed interiors, the club lounge offers an intimate gathering space that harkens back to the golden age of yachting while incorporating the latest luxury amenities. It’s a space where tradition and innovation are in dialogue. It offers a sophisticated venue for post-dinner conversations, a nightcap, or a leisurely game from the yacht’s classic entertainment options.

Complementing the leisurely luxury, the gymnasium on Carinthia VII is a marvel of modern fitness technology. This fully air-conditioned sanctuary of wellness is equipped with professional-grade equipment that caters to every exercise regimen, whether it be strength training, cardiovascular workouts, or flexibility exercises. The gym’s panoramic glass walls flood the space with natural light and provide inspiring ocean views, transforming every activity into a refreshing experience that transcends the physical.

In every aspect, the guest suites and owner’s deck of Carinthia VII have been reenvisioned not just to meet but to exceed the gold standard of luxury yachting. The designers have deftly woven together the threads of luxury and functionality to craft inviting and exhilarating spaces, ensuring that life aboard Carinthia VII remains an unparalleled experience.

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Carinthia VII is a 97.20m motor yacht built by Lurssen Yachts in 2002. Her timeless exterior lines and interior design are both the work of Tim Heywood.

The mega yacht, which benefitted from a refit in 2005, has a sleek steel hull and aluminium superstructure with a beam of 15.95m and a 4.80m draft.

As one of the largest yachts in the world, Carinthia VII is celebrated not only for her size, but for the simple beauty of her white superstructure and dark blue hull’s elegant lines.

Carinthia VII can accommodate up to 12 guests and is capable of carrying up to 15 crew members onboard.

With four MTU 8000 engines, Carinthia VII can reach an impressive 26 knots at top speed, with a cruising speed of 22 knots.  

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CARINTHIA VII Yacht – Epic $180M Superyacht

The 97m yacht has a value of $180 million with an exterior design by Tim Heywood.

Tim Heywood and Ellehorst Kreuter designed the interior.

Lurssen, the prestigious luxury yacht builder, delivered the completed CARINTHIA VII in 2002 from their Bremen-based shipyard in Germany.

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CARINTHIA VII yacht interior

The interior of the CARINTHIA VII yacht was designed by  Tim Heywood Design  and Ellehorst Kreuter in 2002. She has accommodation for 14 guests in 8 suites comprising one VIP cabin, and two twin/double cabins.

She is capable of carrying 37 crew members for a luxury guest experience. Not much is known about the interior of the CARINTHIA VII, except for her accommodations and that she has a beach club, amongst other luxury amenities.

She has features like an on-deck jacuzzi for guests to relax. The details of the yacht’s interior are very private.

Still, the interior is shown to be elegant and luxurious, with the exterior deck featuring plenty of spaces for sunbathing and al fresco dining. 

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Tim Heywood was the designer behind the exterior of CARINTHIA VII, featuring underwater lights and a magnificent blue steel hull called “Carinthia Blue.”

It also featured a white aluminum superstructure. She was built by luxury yacht builders  Lurssen  in Germany at their Bremen shipyard.

The exterior exudes a powerful presence in the water and was delivered in 2002. She was refitted three years later in 2005.

She has a teak deck. Her exterior shows her cutting through the water with a sleek hull and superstructure.

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Specifications

The 97m CARINTHIA VII has a beam of 18.8m and a draft of 4.8m. She is powered by her 4 MTU diesel engines, which gives her a maximum speed of 26 knots.

At her cruising speed of 22 knots, she has a range of 5000 nautical miles.

She has a volume of 3643 gross tons. The $180 million superyacht has an annual running cost of $10 – $15 million. She was the 12th largest superyacht in the world.

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On Board 97m M/Y Carinthia VII with Capt. Luca Mosca

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Capt. Luca Mosca has helmed his fair share of large superyachts, but when the opportunity came to serve as captain on board the recently refitted 97-meter Lürssen motor yacht Carinthia VII, he jumped at the chance. 

“She definitely is an iconic yacht, and this has been a huge push to my decision and will to become her captain,” Mosca says. “She is one of the first projects of the legendary yacht designer Tim Heywood, part of the Lürssen brand, full stainless-steel build … All of this, along with her history, her heritage, her sleek and elegant lines, her classic but contemporary interiors, and her exceptional performance make Carinthia VII a unique yacht. Being her captain is an honor and a responsibility too — her legacy is something special to take care of.”

Since her delivery in 2002, Carinthia VII has had continuous ownership by Heidi Horten. Carinthia VII’ s new owner was drawn to the yacht’s timeless Tim Heywood exteriors and spacious interiors, and the challenge of transforming a well-known private yacht into a commercial vessel appealed to him immensely. The main goal was bringing her up to commercial code and giving her all the appeal of a modern charter superstar, while being sympathetic to her original styling and details that make her the icon that she is.

This is the owner’s third major refit project, and for each he has been assisted by the same team, which includes his former captain Ralph de Joode, who now serves as owner’s rep, and the designers at Bizzozero Cassina Architects. According to de Joode, the owner had two non-negotiables for the refit: a short refit time and maintaining the yacht’s high standards.

The decision to refit the yacht at her original builder, or in this case Blohm+Voss, which now sits under Lürssen’s Yacht Refit & Services division was an easy one. “If you buy a Porsche, which garage would you take it to for a service? Porsche,  of course. That was our philosophy,” de Joode says.

RYacht Management introduced Mosca to the owner who was looking for a senior captain with charter experience and a good reputation. He comes from a long line of captains on his father’s side, and he began working in yachting when he was 20 years old. Over the years, he’s helmed some impressive yachts from 51-meter Mondomarine Tribu , which had a unique round-the-world cruising program, to 73-meter Nobiskrug Plan B , and most recently the 85-meter AKYACHT Victorious , for which he was interviewed by Dockwalk . His resume certainly fit the bill. “The owner and I were immediately a match, sharing the same vision and goals for him and Carinthia VII .”

The short turnaround time added a challenge to the already complex refit. “The full conversion from private to commercial registration was demanding and involved a lot of engineering works,” Mosca says. Structurally, to meet DNV commercial code, she had to be upgraded to a two-compartment ship, which required adding watertight bulkheads amidships on the tank deck and lower deck. She also received many new items, such as zero-speed stabilizers, shore power converter system, HUG exhaust gas filters, alarm and monitoring system, and firefighting system. Her engines received an overhaul, and the refit included a full paint job, darkening the trademark Carinthia Blue hull color to a shade dubbed Majestic Blue.

Carinthia VII now features an 11-meter-long pool on the main deck, partially covered by the overhand of the upper deck above. Like most refits, some compromises had to be made, like the fact that the pool sits on the deck itself, rather than being recessed, as tender storage is below. The yacht also has two new bars on the sun deck, a cinema/lounge on the upper deck, and a state-of-the-art 85-square-meter gym on the bridge deck. Other features, such as a teppanyaki grill, new swim platform, beauty salon, and upgraded spa area with a fold-down balcony, will add to Carinthia VII ’s charter popularity.

One of the notable things about the refit was what didn’t have to be changed because the yacht had enjoyed considerable upkeep over the years. The original woven parquetry flooring was sanded and oiled to look like new, and the majority of the original joinery was preserved, though the mahogany wood was changed from a high-gloss to a more modern matte finish.

Carinthia VII will winter in the Caribbean and The Bahamas, then head back to the Mediterranean for the summer. Capt. Mosca says what makes Carinthia VII an especially good charter yacht is that she will appeal to a wide range of clients, whether they like the idea of an iconic classic or appreciate something more modern. “Her interior has been carefully renovated, without overturning her classic nature, and we have a full array of brand-new water toys and tenders, including an 18-meter Windy chase boat,” he says.

Before taking on this role, Capt. Mosca was well aware of Carinthia VII ’s existence. “Since her delivery in 2002, she has been a point of reference in the industry, not just because she was the seventh yacht built for the same owner, but for the uniqueness and quite secretive aura of the project,” he says. “I still remember myself admiring her when she was docked in Antibes more than 20 years ago. At that time, I would never have imagined becoming her captain; it was just a dream, one which came true!”

This article was originally published in the January 2024 issue of Dockwalk.

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The most eye-catching changes are a 36-foot glass-paneled swimming pool on the main deck aft and a 968-square-foot air-conditioned gym on the bridge deck. That space used six tons of folding glass doors to create a winter garden. It’s complemented by a large cinema screen.

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Perhaps the most significant change, though, is the yacht’s conversion from private to commercial use to allow Carinthia VII to enter the charter market. “The deal was made for the boat to come to our facility on a handshake, and then we only had a couple of days to prepare between the handshake and Carinthia VII sailing up to Hamburg,” Thomas Krischkowski, head of refit and repair at Lürssen, told Robb Report .

The list of technical upgrades completed by Lürssen includes a new waterpower treatment, a full sprinkler system, 18.6 miles of cable for a new AV/IT system, new exhaust filters and fully overhauled engines and zero speed stabilizers. The yacht also had to meet new SOLAS stability requirements to be a charter vessel.

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In 2002, when the Austrian billionaire Heidi Horten commissioned Project Faberge, as Carinthia VII was originally known, expectations ran high. The yacht paid homage to the fleet of Carinthia s owned and built by her late husband Helmut Horten, three of which were designed by Jon Bannenberg.

As one of only a handful of women to commission one of the largest yachts in the world, Horten called upon one of Bannenberg’s protégés, a young Tim Heywood, to pen the design.

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Horten had become an overnight sensation in the art world six years before commissioning the superyacht, after she spent $22 million in a single Sotheby’s auction. Renowned for her keen eye, she ensured Carinthia VII reflected a similar level of artisanal craftsmanship.

The original curved laminated teak planking, forward of the owner’s deck and bridge deck, is described by Fraser broker Antoine X. Larricq, who managed the sale, as “haute-couture detailing.”

Other original features include the thick exterior teak decks and cross-hatched parquet floors, which remain in fantastic condition, largely because Horten only used the yacht for her annual summer cruise.

The new owner, also a keen art collector, had two strict requests for the refit: to seamlessly marry the old with the new, and for the shipyard to complete the work within 300 days, so he could enjoy the winter cruising season. He enlisted Italian studio Bizzozero Cassina Architects to oversee the design.

The studio only had two yacht projects before this. But it had completed residential projects for the owner that brought a similar look to Carinthia VII’s 8,800-square-foot interior, including redoing all eight guest cabins.

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The walls are covered in fabrics by Venetian artisans, and the central staircase is decorated with handmade, laser-cut tiles in an ombré-patterned blue that transitions from deep-ocean blue on the lower deck to pale-sky blue on the bridge deck. On each floor, the artwork in the lobby matches the color of the staircase, and classic gold elements have been replaced with a more contemporary silver.

A full exterior paint job updated the hull to Majestic Blue, with the superstructure in Matterhorn White and the external deck walls painted in Shark Grey. Following a few minor tweaks at the shipyard, Carinthia VII will soon cross the Atlantic to make its charter debut in the Caribbean.

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Iconic Lürssen yachts at MYS 2023

Two of the most iconic lürssen yachts are primed and ready to make a splash on the market at the monaco yacht show 2023….

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With the first lists coming from the 2023 Monaco Yacht Show, one legend stands out. Lürssen and Fraser are set to unveil the extensively refitted 97m Carinthia VII . This refit was completed at Lürssen's Hamburg facilities, and the superyacht now features redesigned exterior decks with new lounge and living areas, a 12m/39' pool, and a fitness room.

“I am very proud that after building Carinthia VII, " says Peter Lürssen, Managing Partner of Lürssen. "We have now been able to participate in its new lease on life with an extensive refit. Carinthia VII remains a testament to the solidity of our German engineering and manufacture.”

Built in 2002, Carinthia VII  was one part of a new generation of 90m+ superyachts that hit the water in the late 90s and early 2000s, largely pioneered by the German yards. The vessel's original exterior lines, from designer Tim Heywood , proved influential in the yachting industry. Heywood has shared that “several yachts were consequently designed and built that owe their DNA to Carinthia VII .”

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Carinthia VII will be introduced to the charter market for the first time, represented exclusively by Fraser. Daniela de Marco, Fraser's Head of Charter Management in Europe, notes, “Bringing any yacht to the charter market for the first time is always a joy and a challenge. And one that we relish. It’s like starting with a blank sheet of paper - creating a fresh new program built on experience with the very best charter captains and crew, the latest tenders and toys and of course, creating some personalised and exciting new itineraries with clients."

Mark Duncan, Fraser's Director of Business Development & Marketing, anticipates that Carinthia VII will be a key part of post-charter conversations due to its unique features and ambience. "We suspect Carinthia VII is going to be as much a part of those after-charter dinner conversations as the unforgettable moments we know it is going to help create for those who decide to book something exceptional.”

With the combined influences of Lürssen and Fraser, Carinthia VII is set to make an impressive entrance into the charter market. It is early days in the run-up to The Monaco Yacht Show, with many more intriguing yachts set to make their way to Port Hercule. Having the chance to see the evolution of this iconic motor yacht up close is an early draw card as the industry looks ahead to the most important show of the year. 

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The impressive 91m Lady Lara, will also be at the show and listed on the market for the first time since its delivery by Max Bulley and Gary Wright from Y.CO and Merle Wood & Associates . The superyacht, originally delivered in 2015, has also recently completed an extensive refit earlier this year.

Lady Lara boasts an interior and exterior design skillfully executed by Reymond Langton Design, while its naval architecture was crafted by the German shipbuilder. Lady Lara offers accommodation for up to 16 guests in eight staterooms, with a dedicated crew of up to 27.

The yacht also boasts a spacious owner's deck complete with a private lounge area and a bar. To enhance the sense of privacy onboard, the owner's suite opens onto a private terrace, featuring a jacuzzi. It also includes a glass lift and offers a cinema, a wellness area, and two swimming pools, with a main deck pool that can transform into a dancefloor.

The iconic motor yacht is powered by twin MTU engines, allowing for a cruising speed of 12 knots. 

Prospective buyers will be able to find Lady Lara at Berth D02, QUAI RAINIER III during the show.

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CARINTHIA VII YACHT CHARTER

97.2m  /  318'11   lurssen   2002 / 2023.

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At 97.2m/318'11", iconic charter yacht Carinthia VII features a compelling line-up of living areas and modern amenities and abounds in luxury and comfort

The 97.2m/318'11" 'Carinthia VII' motor yacht built by the German shipyard Lurssen is available for charter for up to 12 guests in 8 cabins. This award winning yacht features interior styling by British designer Tim Heywood Design.

With an abundance of space and superlative amenities across her luxurious decks, you'll be spoilt for choice on a luxury yacht charter aboard Carinthia VII. Her features include a beauty salon, spa, elevator, underwater lights, beach club and gym.

Guest Accommodation

Built in 2002, Carinthia VII offers guest accommodation for up to 12 guests in 8 suites comprising a master suite, one VIP cabin, two twin cabins, two single cabins and two cabins that can operate as twins or doubles. Excellent service is guaranteed, with thirty crew members on board to look after your every need.

Onboard Comfort & Entertainment

A charter on Carinthia VII is comfortable and convenient thanks to the provided amenities, particularly a beauty salon featuring all of the facilities required for a number of different beauty treatments. For the ultimate relaxation experience, she plays host to a luxury spa and make your day truly exceptional at the beach club. A gym with all the latest equipment is available for a good work out.

Carinthia VII benefits from some excellent features to improve your charter, particularly an elevator, making any part of the yacht quickly and easily accessible. Make your evenings more memorable with stunning underwater lights and whether you want to work, use social media or stream movies on board this yacht, you can with Wi-Fi connectivity. Guests will experience complete comfort while chartering thanks to air conditioning.

Performance & Range

Carinthia VII is built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Powered by 4 x MTU engines, she comfortably cruises at 18 knots, reaches a maximum speed of 26 knots with a range of up to 10,000 nautical miles from her 456,000 litre fuel tanks at 15 knots. Carinthia VII features at-anchor stabilizers providing exceptional comfort levels.

Equipped with an extensive selection of action-packed water toys Carinthia VII lets you and your guests turn the Mediterranean into your own private playground. Principle among these is a Flyboard, experience flying in and out of the water with the latest in high adrenaline watersport. Take to the sea on a Jet Ski offering you power and control on the water. You'll be loving the huge adrenaline rush as you zip over the water on one of the four WaveRunners. If that isn't enough Carinthia VII also features waterskis, a seabob, wakeboards, kayaks, scuba diving equipment and much more. Carinthia VII features five tenders, but leading the pack is a 18.2m/59'9" Windy Boats Chase Tender to transport you in style.

Carinthia VII and her crew are available for charter this summer for cruising within the Mediterranean. She is already accepting bookings this winter for cruising in the Caribbean.

Showcasing meticulous craftsmanship coupled with high-end luxurious finishes, motor yacht Carinthia VII certainly has the "wow" factor, along with state-of-the-art amenities and array of water toys, promising truly unforgettable yacht charters for even the most discerning guests.

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Amenities & Entertainment

For your relaxation and entertainment Carinthia VII has the following facilities, for more details please speak to your yacht charter broker.

Carinthia VII is reported to be available to Charter with the following recreation facilities:

  • 1 x 18.2m  /  59'9 Windy Boats SR60 Chase Tender
  • 1 x 8.5m  /  27'11 Ribeye OXE Tender 300 HP engine
  • 1 x 7m  /  23' Nautique G23 Tender 450 HP engine
  • 1 x 5.3m  /  17'5 Castoldi Jet Tender 125 HP engine
  • 1 x 4.03m  /  13'3 Boston Whaler 130 Super Sport Yamaha 40 HP engine

For a full list of all available amenities & entertainment facilities, or price to hire additional equipment please contact your broker.

Carinthia VII Awards & Nominations

  • The World Superyacht Awards 2024 Refitted Yachts Winner
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'Carinthia VII' Charter Rates & Destinations

Mediterranean Summer Cruising Region

Summer Season

May - September

€1,400,000 p/week + expenses Approx $1,525,000

High Season

Cruising Regions

Mediterranean France, Italy, Monaco

HOT SPOTS:   Amalfi Coast, Corsica, French Riviera, Sardinia

Caribbean Winter Cruising Region

Winter Season

October - April

Caribbean Antigua, Bahamas, Saint Martin, St Barts

HOT SPOTS:   Virgin Islands

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97m Lürssen Carinthia VII finishes Blohm+Voss refit

First look inside 97m Lürssen Carinthia VII following 10-month refit

Following a comprehensive 300-day refit at Blohm + Voss , the 97.2-metre Lürssen superyacht Carinthia VII has debuted her new look at the Monaco Yacht Show 2023. 

Lürssen teamed up with the yacht's central agent for charter, Fraser , to present the yacht alongside original exterior designer Tim Heywood and the team who spearheaded the refit, Bizzozero Cassina Architects. Key alterations include the addition of a slender 11-metre pool on the aft deck and a brand new 85-square-metre gym on the bridge deck, which is half-encased by six tonnes of sliding glass panels that can be completely removed when required. 

Carinthia VII also underwent a huge number of technical modifications to convert her use from private to commercial. "This is a very complex job which requires the review of regulations and many negotiations with the class to navigate safely through the sea of rules,” explained Alberto Perrone da Zara, Lürssen's refit sales director. 

The interior was modified dramatically during the refit to give the yacht a fresher look and feel. However, the yacht had been maintained well throughout her life and the new owner decided to keep a single piece of original furniture in each room. The unique wooden floors have also been kept in some areas, as has the carpet on the stairs. Botticino marbles with integrated heating, reclaimed wood from an old monastery, delicate leather wall panelling and a refined art collection were all brought on board during the refit. 

All of the guest cabins were upgraded during the refit with the charter market in mind. The master suite kept the same wooden cabinetry and retro dressing room, but has been given a brand new en suite with a freestanding tub that looks out over the ocean. On the aft of the owner's deck, a teppanyaki round bar has also been installed. 

Meanwhile, the other cabins had their distinctive doors "raised" to meet commercial licensing requirements. Delivered in 2002, Carinthia VII has smaller cabins than a modern-day yacht, but Perrone da Zara pointed out that the windows are full-height, which is "incredible for 2022" and "it's uncomfy and impersonal to sleep in huge cabins". 

Elsewhere, the walls wrapping around the staircase were relaid with laser-cut oblongs of leather, which gradually change from dark blue to sky blue as the staircase ascends. Delicate marquetry throughout the yacht was carefully repainted while in situ and Venetian fabrics have been brought in to reupholster any soft furnishings which required an upgrade.

Aside from the pool and the bridge deck gym, the biggest al fresco change is the sundeck, which benefits from a new dining arrangement for 14, a cocktail bar and another bar with in-built barbecue. There are helm seats on the forward part of this deck, where guests on a yacht charter can take in Carinthia VII 's 25-knot top speed and look out over a mini golf green on the bow. 

The iconic yacht also shed her signature Carinthia blue exterior shade. Her hull was repainted in Majestic Blue, her superstructure was painted in Matterhorn White and the external deck walls were given a new coat of Shark Grey.

Peter Lürssen said: “I am very proud that, after building Carinthia VII, we have now been able to participate in her new lease on life with an extensive refit. She remains a very particular vessel and is a testament to the solidity of our German engineering and manufacturing."

The yacht changed hands in September last year, with a last known asking price of €95,000,000. The deal was handled between Antoine Larricq and Stuart Larsen at Fraser and Ralph de Joode at RYacht.

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CARINTHIA VII For Charter

CARINTHIA VII is on the charter market after a major refit.

A timeless icon unveiled in 2002 and refitted in 2023, CARINTHIA VII promises unforgettable charters. Her enduring allure lies in the masterful design and layout.

CARINTHIA VII provides timeless style, attributed to Tim Heywood's masterful design, the prestigious Lürssen lineage, and exceptional performance. Prioritizing guest satisfaction and operational efficiency, the layout excels in both interior volume and exterior spaces. The yacht features a dedicated Owner's deck, meticulously crafted wellness and spa areas, and a total of 8 staterooms for up to 12 guests.

Book CARINTHIA VII for a truly exceptional holiday experience, with 33 crew members ready to exceed your expectations.

The best of CARINTHIA VII

  • Highest quality Lürssen pedigree.
  • Extensively refitted in 2023.
  • Pool on main deck and Jacuzzi on sundeck.
  • Gym / Exercise Equipment
  • Jet Ski / Waverunner
  • Sauna / Steam Room
  • Swimming Pool / Deck Jacuzzi
  • Zero Speed Stabilizers

TENDERS 18.2m Windy SR60 Chase boat - for up to 12 guests ---- brand new, will be delivered in the Caribbean in January 2024. For Christmas/NYE charters, an alternate will be provided. 7m Nautique G23 450 HP Direct Injection Petrol Engine Watersport tender - up to 6 guests New 8.5m Ribeye OXE 300HP Diesel Outboard - up to 11 pax New 7.2 m Ribeye jet tender – up to 14 pax

TOYS 1 x Searaft Waterslide from main deck (10m height) 1 x Stand-up Yamaha Superjet jetski (2023) 2 x Wave Runner SeaDoo 155 GTi 2 x Wave Runner SeaDoo Spark Trixx 4 x Seabobs FSR F5 Platinum Silver (2023) 2 x E-foil flight board 1 x Schiller waterbike (2023) 1 x Laser Pico sailing dinghy (2023) 2 x 2 person Z-PRO inflatable Kayak (2023) 1 x 2 Seat Canoe/Rowing Boat 2 x Inflatable stand-up paddleboards Bote 10.6 Breeze (2023) 1 x Wakeboard Ronix One with rope/handle package (2023) 1 x Wakeboard Watski 1 x Waterskis 65" (2023) 1 x Children waterskis 2 x Kneeboard Jobe Stimmel 1 x Inflatable Aquaglide trampoline Various inflatables & boards Searaft 100m2 inflatable extension to the bathing platform offering 12m2 jelly fish pool, including dockage for the Windy chase tender and the seabobs

10 x Snorkeling package ScubaPro, adult (2023) 5 x Snorkeling package ScubaPro, children (2023) 2 x Spare Air diving kits (2023) 6 x Full diving equipment ScubaPro (2023) Various diving fins

4 x GoCycle electric bike (2023) 4 x Segway Kickscooter

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Full beach set-up including bbq, table, chairs, gazebo, etc. Golf driving range on the helideck which can also be used as an additional outdoor area for yoga sessions, exercise etc

  • Length: 97m/319ft
  • Gross Tonnage: 3643
  • Beam: 18.8m
  • Max. Draught: 4.8m/15ft 9"
  • Hull construction: Steel
  • Superstructure construction: Aluminium
  • Exterior Designer: Tim Heywood Designs Ltd
  • Interior Designer: Ellerhorst & Kreuter
  • Naval Architect: Lürssen Yachts
  • Engines: 4 x MTU 10,060 HP
  • Generators: 2 x MTU 8V 680Kw type 396 TE 54 , 2 x MTU 455Kw 12V type 183 TE 52
  • Range: 5000nm
  • Flag: Marshall Islands
  • Classification Society: Lloyds Register (LR)

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6 Architects That Are Now Creating Designs for Superyachts

Posted: December 11, 2023 | Last updated: December 11, 2023

<p>Exciting yacht design doesn’t require reinventing the wheel. But a fresh view always helps. That’s why more yacht owners are looking for land-based architects and designers for their new build and refit interiors, preferring a cross-pollination of ideas over the tried and true.</p> <p>The first owner to shy away from the traditional yacht designer set was billionaire Lukas Lundin, who tasked Italian architect Cristina Gherardi Benardeau to design the interior of the 274-foot Savannah. The Feadship, launched in 2015, is largely remembered as the first superyacht with a hybrid propulsion package. But the interior is just as radical.</p> <p>Benardeau, a designer of retail space for Giorgio Armani and Christian Dior Couture, gave the 262-foot yacht the world’s first “Nemo lounge,” or a bubble in the hull where the owners and guests could see underwater.  It also featured what looked like a floating superstructure, employing long strips of tinted glass inspired by skyscrapers. (The same visual trick was employed later in Oceanco’s 361-foot Jubilee.) Savannah was the first boat to receive full metallic exterior paint job to blend in with the ocean surroundings—an idea later seen on superyacht Kensho, when it delivered in 2022.</p> <p>Since then, a number of owners and boatbuilders have employed residential architects to do interior designs, as well as offer exterior flourishes (though naval architects complete the structures and running surfaces.) Rome architect Achille Salvagni has done projects for Rossinavi and Azimut, Lord Norman Foster created a series that later became the YachtPlus fleet, Lazzarini & Pickering designed the Benetti Motopanfilo 37M, and next year, Matteo Thun & Antonio Rodriguez will show their talents on Azimut’s SeaDeck Series.</p> <p>Even residential stalwarts like Zaha Hadid Architects can’t help but experiment with nautical projects. Following the 2016 reveal of the firm’s Unique Circle Yachts series, the studio collaborated with Vitruvius Yachts this year on Britain’s new “royal yacht” project. And more recently, the architects unveiled concept renderings for Oneiric, a proposed catamaran in collaboration with Italian shipyard Rossinavi.</p> <p>From skyscraper to sea, here are six yachts designed by mainstream architects.</p>

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Exciting yacht design doesn’t require reinventing the wheel. But a fresh view always helps. That’s why more yacht owners are looking for land-based architects and designers for their new build and refit interiors, preferring a cross-pollination of ideas over the tried and true.

The first owner to shy away from the traditional yacht designer set was billionaire Lukas Lundin, who tasked Italian architect Cristina Gherardi Benardeau to design the interior of the 274-foot Savannah. The Feadship, launched in 2015, is largely remembered as the first superyacht with a hybrid propulsion package. But the interior is just as radical.

Benardeau, a designer of retail space for Giorgio Armani and Christian Dior Couture, gave the 262-foot yacht the world’s first “Nemo lounge,” or a bubble in the hull where the owners and guests could see underwater.  It also featured what looked like a floating superstructure, employing long strips of tinted glass inspired by skyscrapers. (The same visual trick was employed later in Oceanco’s 361-foot Jubilee.) Savannah was the first boat to receive full metallic exterior paint job to blend in with the ocean surroundings—an idea later seen on superyacht Kensho, when it delivered in 2022.

Since then, a number of owners and boatbuilders have employed residential architects to do interior designs, as well as offer exterior flourishes (though naval architects complete the structures and running surfaces.) Rome architect Achille Salvagni has done projects for Rossinavi and Azimut, Lord Norman Foster created a series that later became the YachtPlus fleet, Lazzarini & Pickering designed the Benetti Motopanfilo 37M, and next year, Matteo Thun & Antonio Rodriguez will show their talents on Azimut’s SeaDeck Series.

Even residential stalwarts like Zaha Hadid Architects can’t help but experiment with nautical projects. Following the 2016 reveal of the firm’s Unique Circle Yachts series, the studio collaborated with Vitruvius Yachts this year on Britain’s new “royal yacht” project. And more recently, the architects unveiled concept renderings for Oneiric, a proposed catamaran in collaboration with Italian shipyard Rossinavi.

From skyscraper to sea, here are six yachts designed by mainstream architects.

<p>Architect Roberto Palomba has been designing houses for decades. His Milan-based studio, Palomba Serafini Associati, includes the Italian Consulate in Detroit, home décor and even tableware, among its past projects. His first yacht is the <a href="https://robbreport.com/motors/marine/amer-41-explorer-superyacht-cool-innovations-1234794265/">Amer</a> F100, which features a unique “Glass Cabin” as the main salon. It was designed in partnership with Ludovica Serafini. “My aim was to change some standard boat elements to create something completely different,” Palomba told <em>Robb Report</em> during the yacht’s world debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival. “Certainly, our perspective offers a fresh look, an architectural vision rooted in the world of architecture and interior design, translated into the realm of yacht design.” The Glass Cabin is an architectural glass box that encases the main salon and formal dining area with windows that are larger than other yachts with similar dimensions. The garden creates openness, light and a continuous connection with the sea. Continuing the theme, reflective surfaces are used on the walls and ceiling across all social areas to bring more light in, while stairs joining the main deck to the bridge are topped by more glass, opening the heart of the yacht to blue skies.</p>

Amer F100, Architect Roberto Palomba

Architect Roberto Palomba has been designing houses for decades. His Milan-based studio, Palomba Serafini Associati, includes the Italian Consulate in Detroit, home décor and even tableware, among its past projects. His first yacht is the Amer F100, which features a unique “Glass Cabin” as the main salon. It was designed in partnership with Ludovica Serafini. “My aim was to change some standard boat elements to create something completely different,” Palomba told Robb Report during the yacht’s world debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival. “Certainly, our perspective offers a fresh look, an architectural vision rooted in the world of architecture and interior design, translated into the realm of yacht design.” The Glass Cabin is an architectural glass box that encases the main salon and formal dining area with windows that are larger than other yachts with similar dimensions. The garden creates openness, light and a continuous connection with the sea. Continuing the theme, reflective surfaces are used on the walls and ceiling across all social areas to bring more light in, while stairs joining the main deck to the bridge are topped by more glass, opening the heart of the yacht to blue skies.

<p><a href="https://robbreport.com/motors/marine/admiral-yachts-246-foot-kensho-new-design-features-1234763352/"><em>Kensho</em></a>‘s owner was a first-time yacht buyer who wanted a one-of-a-kind vessel. He looked beyond the pool of yachting talent for a designer who could create a signature statement inside the 246-foot Admiral. The owner eventually decided on Paris design house Jouin Manku, an experienced architecture and industrial design studio, without a single yacht to its name. Co-founder Sanjit Manku took the design brief and ran with it, eschewing traditional yachting layouts for high-volume and big sea views. Variations on the established interiors include lofty 8.9-foot-tall ceilings, open-plan cabin layouts (where the bathrooms are on display) and locating the owner’s salon—more akin to an observation lounge—to the upper deck where the captains’ wheelhouse is traditionally located.  “We drew on our restaurant design experience to create an ambience and furniture that is practical yet opulent,” Manku told <em>Robb Report</em>. “The dining chairs have ski feet that make it easy for guests to slide in and out, and we incorporated flattering lighting rather than ceiling spotlights.” The end result is a stunning, personalized interior that is unique in yachting. </p>

‘Kensho,’ Jouin Manku

Kensho ‘s owner was a first-time yacht buyer who wanted a one-of-a-kind vessel. He looked beyond the pool of yachting talent for a designer who could create a signature statement inside the 246-foot Admiral. The owner eventually decided on Paris design house Jouin Manku, an experienced architecture and industrial design studio, without a single yacht to its name. Co-founder Sanjit Manku took the design brief and ran with it, eschewing traditional yachting layouts for high-volume and big sea views. Variations on the established interiors include lofty 8.9-foot-tall ceilings, open-plan cabin layouts (where the bathrooms are on display) and locating the owner’s salon—more akin to an observation lounge—to the upper deck where the captains’ wheelhouse is traditionally located.  “We drew on our restaurant design experience to create an ambience and furniture that is practical yet opulent,” Manku told Robb Report . “The dining chairs have ski feet that make it easy for guests to slide in and out, and we incorporated flattering lighting rather than ceiling spotlights.” The end result is a stunning, personalized interior that is unique in yachting. 

<p>Refits are also getting design overhauls by non-yacht designers. Lürssen’s 318-foot <a href="https://robbreport.com/motors/marine/superyacht-carinthia-vii-refit-lurssen-1235333612/"><em>Carinthia VII</em></a>, first delivered in 2002 and designed by Tim Heywood, was sold in 2022 to a new owner. He called on Italian studio Bizzozero Cassina Architects for what turned out to be a major refit in a nearly record 300 days. The architectural studio is experienced in real estate, including a few of the owner’s private properties. But yacht refits are a recent addition to its portfolio. “The key to any project’s success is to know the person, their lifestyle and the way they think,” architect Paolo Bizzozero said. “Only with these three ingredients can you remedy a truly bespoke environment that works for them and for their life.” Key additions include a 1,334-sq. ft. sundeck, with a large dining table and teppanyaki grill. Equally impressive was the 39-foot-long glass-paneled swimming pool on the main deck (with two large televisions to view live sports), and a 968-sq. ft. air-conditioned gym on the bridge deck that also serves as a winter garden.</p>

‘Carinthia VII,’ Bizzozero Cassina Architects

Refits are also getting design overhauls by non-yacht designers. Lürssen’s 318-foot Carinthia VII , first delivered in 2002 and designed by Tim Heywood, was sold in 2022 to a new owner. He called on Italian studio Bizzozero Cassina Architects for what turned out to be a major refit in a nearly record 300 days. The architectural studio is experienced in real estate, including a few of the owner’s private properties. But yacht refits are a recent addition to its portfolio. “The key to any project’s success is to know the person, their lifestyle and the way they think,” architect Paolo Bizzozero said. “Only with these three ingredients can you remedy a truly bespoke environment that works for them and for their life.” Key additions include a 1,334-sq. ft. sundeck, with a large dining table and teppanyaki grill. Equally impressive was the 39-foot-long glass-paneled swimming pool on the main deck (with two large televisions to view live sports), and a 968-sq. ft. air-conditioned gym on the bridge deck that also serves as a winter garden.

<p>Bentley fans who dream of a book-matched yacht interior might look closely at the 67-foot Contest 67CS.  Commissioned by a private client and launched in November, it is the first collaboration between Bentley and Contest Yachts. with all the design flair Bentley could bring to a yacht. Conceived to match the luxe design of a custom continental GT coupe, the sailboat features the same materials, motifs and craftsmanship on its cars and home designs, including the same hand-stitching found on the Bentley steering wheel and the yacht’s Malvern Chair. Bespoke one-offs include a bar and vanity unit, the captain’s chair and “Egg” table, and a sofa which was hand-built at Bentley’s engineering facility and finished in its signature trim. The brand’s iconic diamond-quilted hides were also included across entire yacht interior. Small details like the tissue box and drink coasters were created from scratch to match the owner’s taste.</p>

Contest G7CS, Bentley Interior

Bentley fans who dream of a book-matched yacht interior might look closely at the 67-foot Contest 67CS.  Commissioned by a private client and launched in November, it is the first collaboration between Bentley and Contest Yachts. with all the design flair Bentley could bring to a yacht. Conceived to match the luxe design of a custom continental GT coupe, the sailboat features the same materials, motifs and craftsmanship on its cars and home designs, including the same hand-stitching found on the Bentley steering wheel and the yacht’s Malvern Chair. Bespoke one-offs include a bar and vanity unit, the captain’s chair and “Egg” table, and a sofa which was hand-built at Bentley’s engineering facility and finished in its signature trim. The brand’s iconic diamond-quilted hides were also included across entire yacht interior. Small details like the tissue box and drink coasters were created from scratch to match the owner’s taste.

<p><a href="https://robbreport.com/motors/marine/superyacht-entourage-hybrid-propulsion-4500-mile-range-1235029262/"><em>Entourage</em></a>, the second hull in Amels’ 60 Limited Editions range, is the owner’s second yacht. He had clear ideas about the functional layout of the boat, so he appointed commercial design firm Burdifilek to realize that vision. The Toronto-based co-founder, Diego Burdi, adopted a “marine design” approach. “I believe strongly that you should feel like you’re on a boat,” he told <em>Robb Report</em>. That is apparent in areas like the the lower-deck staterooms where the bulkheads hug the curve of the hull. Carved and layered wooden ceilings—a detail introduced from the owner’s experience in real estate—add drama and tactility. Most significantly, Burdi reversed the central stairwell and tucked it into the perimeter of the yacht to create a wider walkthrough and, in so doing, a work of art.</p>

‘Entourage,’ Diego Burdi, Burdifilek

Entourage , the second hull in Amels’ 60 Limited Editions range, is the owner’s second yacht. He had clear ideas about the functional layout of the boat, so he appointed commercial design firm Burdifilek to realize that vision. The Toronto-based co-founder, Diego Burdi, adopted a “marine design” approach. “I believe strongly that you should feel like you’re on a boat,” he told Robb Report . That is apparent in areas like the the lower-deck staterooms where the bulkheads hug the curve of the hull. Carved and layered wooden ceilings—a detail introduced from the owner’s experience in real estate—add drama and tactility. Most significantly, Burdi reversed the central stairwell and tucked it into the perimeter of the yacht to create a wider walkthrough and, in so doing, a work of art.

<p>The 279-foot <em>Symbiosis</em> is Studio KMJ’s nature-driven introduction to the world of superyacht design. Unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show, the 3,000 GT concept speaks to a rising trend for biophilic design with 10 nature-driven features. These include a “tree of life” planted on the main deck aft that stretches across two decks, a 1,000-sq. ft. irrigated lawn tended by a gardener and intended for both play and picnics, and a life-sized herbarium called “The Sanctum” where herbs, spices and vegetables can be cultivated. The Swiss designer Kurt Merki Jr collaborated with Axel Massmann, CEO of Yacht-Green, who acted as a strategic advisor on best practices to “green” the superyacht lifestyle. According to the designers, the natural elements are fully buildable. All it needs is an owner willing to take a leap.</p>

‘Symbiosis,’ Kurt Merki, Jr.

The 279-foot Symbiosis is Studio KMJ’s nature-driven introduction to the world of superyacht design. Unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show, the 3,000 GT concept speaks to a rising trend for biophilic design with 10 nature-driven features. These include a “tree of life” planted on the main deck aft that stretches across two decks, a 1,000-sq. ft. irrigated lawn tended by a gardener and intended for both play and picnics, and a life-sized herbarium called “The Sanctum” where herbs, spices and vegetables can be cultivated. The Swiss designer Kurt Merki Jr collaborated with Axel Massmann, CEO of Yacht-Green, who acted as a strategic advisor on best practices to “green” the superyacht lifestyle. According to the designers, the natural elements are fully buildable. All it needs is an owner willing to take a leap.

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Explore some of the best moments of this year’s myba charter show in italy..

After eight years elsewhere, the MYBA Charter Show returned to Genoa, Italy this April. There were 60 yachts attending across three marinas and the Denison team was out in full force, including Europe Director Jeremy Roche and charter specialists Molly Playfair , Kristina Gagliardi , Ingrid Lammens Pichardie , and Radostina Trifonova . “Despite some unseasonably cold weather the first couple of days,” Molly shared, “we scoured the docks for some of the best yachts on offer for charter worldwide.” Discover our team’s favorite yachts on display at the show.

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Radostina’s Top Choice

“My favorite yacht in the show was M/Y PURPOSE , a 55-meter Trinity Yacht, which just finished a 2024 refit,” Radostina shared. “The inspiration behind the name is ‘travel with purpose.’ Available for charter during the various stages of her world tour, her itinerary includes destinations such as the Red Sea , the Mediterranean , Scandinavia, Greenland and Canada, and other locations.” The design onboard is “absolutely beautiful,” with two master cabins and an elegant dining area.

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“From a 30-foot waterslide to an inflatable cinema, her selection of water toys is immaculate,” she boasted. This charter yacht features more water toys than you can imagine. And if there’s something you wanted and don’t see? As per the words of the owner: ”If we missed one, tell us!” You won’t be left wanting for long.

Molly’s Pick

“My top pick is CARINTHIA VII , the 97.2-meter,” Molly said. “This famous Lurssen has just been totally refitted and is on the charter market for the first time in her 21-year history.” Talk about exclusivity!

“This immaculate boat is truly vast, and she offers so much to the charterer, including a 12-meter pool, a 90-square-meter gym (they have both a PT and a yoga instructor onboard), and a massive wellness area including a hammam, spa, and beauty salon on the lower deck with a dedicated therapist.”

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The yacht also features a long list of water activities, including inflatable water toys, beach games, a flyboard, an inflatable jet ski dock, an inflatable trampoline, a jet ski, kayaks, a kneeboard, a sailing dinghy, Seabobs, a wakeboard, a water bike, water skis, waverunners, and even a water slide–just to name a few. There are even two tenders aboard.

Kristina’s Favorites

Kristina enjoyed the wide variety of charter yachts on display and had two she had to write home about. The first, Golden Yachts’ MALIA , was built in Greece. The owner bought her and all crew have been on since December. This charter yacht had many highlights.

“The chief stew set up the best ‘paint night’ with little easels and paint sets,” she gushed. “There’s a projector screen outside–great for outdoor movies! There is a huge gym that has everything. There’s also a massive Jacuzzi.”

MALIA’s interior features four cabins on the main deck, and eight total. There is one master, two kings, and one twin. There are very high ceilings and beautiful marble floors for a very spacious feel.

“MALIA means ‘God of the sea’ in Hawaiin,” Kristina explained. Another bonus for charter guests? “The boat is baby-proofed–there are no sharp edges! There are even 100-year-old and 70-year-old Bonzai trees.” Some other features Kristina highlighted were the beautiful beach club, couples massages, sauna and steam room, and amazing artwork. “The top shelf 48-foot fishing boat can go deep sea fishing and catch fresh tuna sushi. Simon, the chef, was fantastic,” she shared.

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NURI , which means ‘world’ in Korean, is an incredible explorer vessel with a modern spin. “New to market, she has a light, bright, and stunning interior,” Kristina mentioned. NURI can accommodate up to 12 guests. “There is a beautiful full-beam master and two VIP staterooms. There’s a nice mix of materials. Guests can separate the office with a sliding door. There is even a heated floor. The Pullman comes over the top, and can be a twin Pullman.”

Kristina also highlighted that NURI will be in Alaska after the winter. “She is carbon neutral, so she is green. There are preserved flowers. The tablescape is amazing.” With a wide variety of toys onboard, there is also a swim platform for easy access to the water. There are a number of outdoor space options, including a vast sun deck with a Jacuzzi, bar, sun loungers, and a TV. This charter yacht has it all.

Jeremy’s Preference

“My favorite was KING BENJI ,” Jeremy disclosed. “A highly unique interior design finished to an exceptionally high standard. Combined with a brilliantly versatile main deck layout, she is super user-friendly, giving the flexibility of a country kitchen (which US clients love) and the ability to close for more privacy (which usually suits Europeans). I loved it, she is stylish but incredibly comfortable and inviting.”

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This charter yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 cabins, with 10 crew. KING BENJI features a beach club and relaxing Jacuzzi with impressive waterfront views. Her list of water toys is long, but the highlights include jet skis, water skis, Seabobs, wakeboards, kneeboards, and paddleboards. She also houses two tenders for your enjoyment.

Denison is excited to have had such a great experience at the 2024 MYBA Charter Show in Genoa. We look forward to next year!

Interested in chartering one of these or another yacht for your next luxury getaway? Contact a Denison charter broker  for more information.

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