Luxury on the Open Sea
Whether or not you’ve got sea legs, there is no denying the allure of the open water. The untamed freedom exclusive to the sea, and the intimate sensation of being far removed from civilization, are complemented by the ever-improving line of luxury yachts waiting for you to climb aboard. Holding no luxury behind, these yachts are the perfect vessels for those looking for a better way to get away.
PERSHING YACHTS Pershing 9X
The best place to catch some rays will always be the sun deck, but just in case you want to stay inside, the Pershing 9X offers a great view of the ocean from just about any angle. Complementing the striking exterior is the Pershing 9X’s impressive interior. The spacious master cabin features a contemporary interior design and comes with a walk-in wardrobe and a desk facing a large window looking out at the open sea. The master bath has been expertly crafted; the walk-in shower is home to a clean white and silver tile finish. The 28-meter Pershing 9X can accommodate up to 20 people and maintains a high level of sophistication across all four cabins. Max Speed: 42 knots
PRINCESS YACHTS Princess 40M
Princess Yachts’ forward-thinking mentality and meticulous attention to detail are fully present in the luxurious Princess 40M. Powerful lines and sublime architecture turn this tri-level 40-meter yacht into a sight for sore eyes. Loaded with everything from a dining room in the main deck, to sunbathing areas and a spa bath on the upper deck, the 40M is just about the closest thing you can get to a 5-star hotel off land. Crafted in Plymouth, England, the Princess 40M is designed to offer you and your friends an unforgettable experience on the open seas. Speed Range: 21-23 knots
OCEANCO Black Pearl
When an international group of passionate designers, engineers, naval architects, builders, and project managers gather together to work on a single project, something great is bound to happen. For luxury yacht designer Oceanco, their greatness comes in the form of the Black Pearl. Standing at a total length of 106.7 meters, the Black Pearl is the world’s largest sailing yacht. Custom designed are the Black Pearl’s 3 70-meter Dynaric carbon masts and sailing system. The masts, along with the ship’s exterior, have a jet-black finish which gives the yacht a menacing look. This complex vessel falls in line with Oceano’s dedication to high-tech engineering and innovation.
GOLDEN YACHTS O’PTASIA 85M
The O’PTASIA is less of a 5-star hotel than it is its own luxury resort. Golden Yachts has made sure that every inch of the 85-meter-long superyacht has been designed to provide one of the most relaxing off-land experiences for both the owner and their guests. The yacht’s best luxuries are of course reserved for the owner: a king size bed, walk-in closet, and a Jacuzzi are just a few features you will find in the suite. The VIP suite is the perfect place to gather up a few guests and watch a movie in the cozy cinema room. As captivating as the rooms may be, it is the lower deck, with its four-meter-long swim platform, bar, steam room, and massage room, that really steals the show. The O’PTASIA even comes with a helipad, just in case. Max Speed: 17 knots
PALMER JOHNSON Supersport 48m
The Supersport 48-meter yacht design builds off its predecessors to harness superior performance and a unique aesthetic. Every detail in the unibody design falls perfectly in sync with the other to create a truly spectacular visual appeal. The exterior stunning metallic finish is complemented by muscular hatches, a predatory stance, and sharp profile lines. Up to 12 passengers have the privilege of basking in natural sunlight thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows. Its revolutionary hull design allows the yacht to go through waves and not smash into them, creating a more stable journey. Its carbon fibre build eliminates corrosion and brings the Supersport’s maximum speed to 32 knots. Thanks to new innovative technology from Palmer Johnson, the Supersport 48M offers high level comfort, all in a neat gold package. Max Speed: 32 knots