Revelation II
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Adventure Sailing Holidays Around the World
The wind rushing through your hair, the ocean breeze filling your lungs and your sights fixed on the distant horizon, full of possibility – adventure sailing holidays provide really refreshing antidotes to life’s routines. Exploring the world by sea is a pastime mankind has relished for thousands of years, discovering new and untouched corners of the globe, experiencing different cultures and collecting incredible memories along the way. Read on for a brief guide of the best destinations for adventure sailing holidays as well as tips for planning your luxury yacht charter. Adventure Sailing Holidays: AlaskaWhen it comes to adventure sailing holidays, there is nowhere quite like Alaska. This most northerly US state is a dream come true for intrepid explorers who are in search of remote, unpopulated shores, dramatic seascapes, ocean views and untouched coastlines. Explorer yachts for charter to Alaska can take you on a magical voyage through towering glaciers, incredible fjords and stunning bays, abundant with magnificent wildlife from eagles to humpback whales. Whilst travels by land can allow you to see some of the sights of your desired destination, exploring by private yacht is another experience entirely, allowing you to completely immerse yourself in your new surroundings and decide your own path. Adventure Sailing Holidays: AntarcticaVisiting the South Pole is a truly once in a lifetime experience. The world’s most southerly continent is unpopulated due to its extreme icy climate; however, this remote and beautiful destination is accessible in the right vessel. An explorer yacht charter can take you to even the most difficult to access destinations – not only in style but in safety and comfort. When travelling great distances in potentially hostile weather conditions it is vital to be properly equipped – an adventure yacht kitted out with specially designed, state of the art navigation and communication equipment along with extra water and energy storage capacity is the best way to discover the frozen world of Antarctica, up-close and personal, but with total peace of mind. Adventure Sailing Holidays: Australia Australia is the perfect destination for an adventure holiday by sea. Combining stunning views with amazing culture and incredible wildlife, this vast country offers so much to explore, from wide sandy shores to isolated coves. Not only is Australia perfect for exploring from the relaxing security of your yacht, it is also ideal for thrill-seekers. Diving and snorkelling around Australia’s world-famous reefs from your own private yacht is a truly unforgettable experience which can allow you to experience marine life in the most breath-taking way possible. Fraser has an extensive charter fleet that covers the globe, including a wide range of explorer yachts for charter in exciting destinations. Offering 70 years of luxury yachting experience and 15 offices worldwide, embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure with an explorer yacht for charter through Fraser. To find out more information about the yachts in the Fraser charter fleet, please contact a Charter Broker.
YPI presents ISA 61.7m Mary-Jean II and Mylius EGI4 sailing yacht at Monaco Yacht Show 2019
This year, 61.7m Mary-Jean II, for charter with YPI, will be one of the main gems at the Monaco Yacht Show 2019. The yacht, launched in 2010 by the Italian shipyard ISA, features a bright Aristo blue hull.Designed by ISA's full-time maritime architects and Mark Berryman, who completed the interior design, Mary-Jean II is an elegant and attractive motor yacht, entirely made of steel and aluminum.Inside is a warm modern design, emphasized by a natural color scheme with concise bright details. The yacht accommodates 12 guests in 7 cabins, including a full owner suite with a large office area. Сrew cabins are located in the bow of the yacht, and in the midship - four spacious guest cabins.The salon on the main deck can invites all guests for dinner at a huge table and for conversation on three soft sofas with four coffee tables. Soft banquets are located under the windows near the walls behind these sofas, and bookcases are built into the back of the sofas.The master stateroom is subordinated to comfort, convenience and coziness. Here, in addition to the bed, there are armchairs, a huge desk, a structure such as a pulpit or bar, many decorative details and works of art. Which, combined with the use of different varieties of wood and fabric textures, creates a unique atmosphere of relaxation. The cabin is adjoined by a spacious bathroom with a large real bathtub in a marble pedestal and a dressing room with mirrored cabinet doors and a dressing table. The yacht offers a fully equipped gym, a large swimming platform and a spacious sundeck with a jacuzzi, a dining area, a bar, a TV and sun loungers. Her exciting toy collection includes jet skis, seabobs, waverunners and more.Launched in 2016, EGI4, for sale with YPI, will be one of the Monaco Yacht Show 2019 headliners in the sailing yachts category.Sailing Yacht EGI4 is a 76 flush deck model built in 2016 by Yacht builder Mylius Yachts.The lightweight, high-performance EGI4 cruise racer features a full carbon body, superstructure, steering wheel, mast, boom, rigging and sails. His sail plan with a carbon mast and Hall Spar rig has three forestays, all of which are hydraulically adjustable. The deck of the yacht has a large guest cabin with a table and seats, clearly separated from the cockpit. The interiors of the EGI4 are made in a contemporary style combining modernity, technology and comfort. Guests can relax in the lounge with L-shaped sofas, a dining table and a wine cellar. The yacht accommodates 7 guests in 4 cabins and 3 crew in 2 cabins.Mary Jean II and EGI4 are available for viewing at Monaco Yacht Show 2019.Sponsored by Yachting Partners Internationalbrokerage@ypiyachts.comcharter@ypiyachts.comT. +377 99 99 97 97 p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 11.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #000000; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} span.s1 {font-kerning: none}
Feadship delivers 77m superyacht Syzygy 818 in Monaco
The recently launched 77-metre Feadship Syzygy 818 has been delivered to her owner in Monaco ahead of the Monaco Yacht Show 2019. The delivery takes place after successful sea trials in the North Sea.The superyacht was launched by the Dutch builder as Project 818 at the facility in Kaag in June. She has been later transported through the countryside up to the North Sea.The 818 in the name of the superyacht stands for"prosperous" in Chinese numerology, with the owner's birthday on August 18 mirroring the significance of the numbers, revealed the yard.The word "syzygy" meanwhile is used in astrology to reference a rare event in which three or more celestial bodies line up, such as a new moon or lunar eclipse.Apart from that, still very little information has been revealed on the three-deck vessel so far. It is known, that Nordic designer Jarkko Jämsén has been responsible for her sleek exteriors, while Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design has created her interior outfitting.With a beam of 11 metres, Syzygy 818 features a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Her delivery will take place later this year.The yacht is now underway on its maiden voyage to Gibraltar and is expected to attend the Monaco Yacht Show next week.Photo courtesy: Dutch Yachting
AMELS shipyard sold new 62-meter AMELS 206 Superyacht
p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 11.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #000000; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 11.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #000000; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000; min-height: 12.0px} span.s1 {font-kerning: none} Over the past decade, Amels has produced a number of unique superyachts. During this time, the Dutch shipyard has repeatedly updated its lineup and is doing it again. The Dutch manufacturer of luxury yachts AMELS has sold a new 62-meter superyacht - AMELS 206 from the AMELS Limited Editions series. An owner from the Asia-Pacific region will receive a yacht in the spring of 2020 and plans to go on a cruise around the world. The Tim Heywood’s avant-garde exterior of a modern five-deck vessel harmoniously combines with a magnificent functional layout The latest design of the Limited Editions superyacht combines classic solutions with the latest innovations, which also contribute to low noise and vibration. “The AMELS 206 is a proven performer and a real headturner,” says AMELS and Damen Managing Director Rose Damen. “She is a beautiful yacht with striking curves. We’re proud to be completing this yacht for our client and can’t wait to see her on her maiden voyage next year.” The superyacht has a sophisticated design and comfortable layout with 6 cabins on three decks. On the bridge deck there are 2 VIP cabins, and on the lower deck there is a “beach club” with direct access to guest cabins. A bathing platform of 29 m2 allows guests to relax in comfort thanks to the new design of the aft. On the left and right side of the ship there are folding balconies that add even more open space. The owner chose an elegant color scheme in collaboration with exterior designer Tim Heywood and the AMELS design team - a light gray hull and a white superstructure. With a length of 62.4 meters, the Amels 206 superyacht has several notable features. Firstly, the swimming platform turns into a springboard. Secondly, the transom door opens and demonstrates the space of a 35 m2 beach club, gym, SPA complex or another: the space will be used as the client wants. While the helipad for helicopters with a take-off weight of up to 3000 kg is not used, guests can enjoy the comfortable C-shaped lounge area in the bow. The garage for 8-meter and 6-meter tenders and water toys is located under the lounge area. AMELS 206 is designed to accommodate 14 crew members with one service technician. The huge interior spaces of the yacht offer luxurious accommodation for 12 guests.
49m Palmer Johnson superyacht Khalilah listed for sale asking EUR 28.5 million
One of the most recognisable superyachts by Palmer Johnson and one of the most colourful superyachts ever, the 49-metre charter yacht Khalilah has been also listed for sale. At the moment of her launch in 2015, Khalilah was the largest yacht in the world built entirely out of carbon fibre. Designed by Palmer Johnson in-house team, the superyacht features 490 GRT. Decorated with a vibrant colour palette, beautiful fabrics and unique artwork, Khalilah also features innovative and technologically-advanced windows, which allow the sunshine to pour in whilst the heat is refracted, and these span floor to ceiling.The vessel comes equipped with a vast main salon boasting a bar and an eclectic collection of seating choices. Conveniently located on the same deck is the contemporary galley which features a bar-style counter top and a seating area so guests can interact with the two-starred Michelin trained Chef.The motor yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 cabins. Forward of the main deck, there are two similar-sized master suites with king-size beds and large en-suite bathrooms, each decorated with mosaic tiling and huge rain showers. The two spacious double cabins and one twin cabin are located on the lower deck. Each is decorated with a unique colour scheme with stylish light fittings, fabrics and artwork. The twin cabin is ideal for children and in addition boasts a bathtub.Khalilah’ aft deck measures 110 square metres, fitted with oversized sunpads, numerous seating options and an al fresco dining area with an extendable circular table made of exotic wood, the low lying furniture provides an exceptionally sociable area and uninterrupted views.With space for sunbathing and dining on the upper deck, this is the perfect place for socialising with family and friends. On the bow is an expansive open area devoted to sunpads and a Jacuzzi. One of the peculiar features of the yacht meanwhile, is a7-metre tender painted in the same eye catching colour as the mother ship.The yacht’s radical angular hull design allows for a top speed of impressive 30 knots and cruises at 28 knots, with exceptional stability and comfort without the need for fins or gyro stabilisers.Still available for charter from € 245,000 per week with SuperYachtsMonaco, the vessel is asking € 28,500,000.