ELVIYacht type: Power
The lower deck swim platform is used for storing the jet ski while cruising and when clear is ideal for sunbathing next to the sea or for boarding the tender.
The main deck aft has a plush sofa integrated along the stern, an elevated alfresco dining table and additional chairs for group meals between 12 guests while cruising. Walkways to port and starboard connect around to the foredeck, where there is a sofa on the bow for guests to enjoy the beautiful forward views.
A starboard stairway from the main deck aft leads up to the flybridge, where a tender is placed along the stern with a Davit crane for easy launch and retrieval. Amidships under the hardtop there is a forward-facing L-shaped sofa, raised table and additional chairs, and a bar/grill opposite. There are forward sofas in the sunshine as well as a broad sunbed to starboard.
The lower deck layout places the crew accommodation, galley and crew mess forward with the guest accommodation amidships, the engine room behind and the water toys storage in the stern.
On the main deck, the Master suite is forward followed by the main foyer and then the joined formal dining area and main salon, which are placed forward and aft respectively. The grand formal dining area seats up to 10 guests in a comfortable, timeless environment where the furniture matches the wood in the surrounding wall panels. Blues and golds in the room embellishments contrast with the three crisp white overstuffed sofas in the lounge area, which also has a large coffee table for indoor relaxation and drinks.
A pair of MAN engines each producing 2,400 HP allow for a top speed of 31 knots and a cruising speed of 27 knots.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 11 guests over 5 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins, one with a bunk cabin suitable for children. The Master suite on the main deck forward is furnished with a king-sized bed, a desk and two large wardrobes, side tables, a widescreen TV hidden in the forward cabinetry and an aft en-suite bathroom that has a toilet, sink, shower and a bathtub. The double cabins are placed aft of the staircase to the main foyer and each has a queen-sized bed, side tables, a wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom containing a toilet, sink and shower. Both twin cabins are placed forward of the stairway to the main deck and they come with two single beds, a wardrobe, desk, and an en-suite with a toilet, sink and shower. The crew accommodation is placed in the bow and there is a spacious galley and mess for up to 5.