Nautilus(ex: Grace E)
Nautilus(ex: Grace E)
Superyacht 'GRACE E' is a charter yacht that combines the finest Italian craftsmanship and pedigree with innovative Perini Navi design and engineering.
The 239.50ft/73m Custom expedition yacht ‘GRACE E’ was delivered from the Picchiotti shipyard in 2014 and bears an exterior styled by Philippe Briand whilst her refreshing interior has been designed by Remi Tessier.
Nautilus's interior configuration has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests overnight in 7 cabins, comprising a master suite, 4 double cabins and 2 twin cabins. She is also capable of carrying up to 22 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
Designed by the French naval architect Philippe Briand, the elegant hull of superyacht Grace E was shaped with both hydrodynamics and space in mind. Indeed, whilst her plumb bow ensures efficient performance, it also maximises the waterline length and provides plenty of volume for the French designer Remi Tessier to carry out his iconic minimalist styling to full effect. On the sundeck, Tessier has extended his usual preference for uninterrupted spaces to produce an environment which nicely captures the Zen the owner’s specifically requested. Anticipating both sunbathers and leisurely guests, a number of custom sunpads which are able to rotate 360° have been partnered with similarly bespoke sun loungers with built-in biminis for instant shade. Keen to provide every reason to enjoy meals alfresco, a table has been slightly lowered to provide a private and intimate dining experience with unobstructed views extending well over the ocean. Naturally, there’s a sizable Jacuzzi on the main deck aft in order to take in the tropical climate in style, and a coffee bar at the aft deck which can be easily converted to a cocktail bar when the evening calls for more drinks. Perhaps the crowning feature of the exterior is the LEDs which have been installed above the social areas, which, when lit, discreetly communicate to the crew that guests are politely asking for a degree of privacy. Getting between these various areas could not be easier, as Superyacht Grace E features a walk around layout which nicely lends itself for brisk evening strolls at sunset. With her tender garage opening up on the port side, guests are able to enjoy the sizable swim platform off the stern of Grace E without having to compete for room with inflatable toys and snorkelling equipment. Of course, the more adventurous party members will be only too satisfied with the range of toys on offer, and there’s assuredly endless hours of fun on the water to be had.
In the interior of superyacht Grace E, lighting plays a huge role. Indeed, overhead lighting, recessed lighting, and even illuminated furniture combine to create a quietly sophisticated ambience which is at the same time wholly inviting. Space also plays a big role in the interior- there’s over two metres of headroom in the main salon, for instance, and the layout is largely open-plan to make moving through the yacht a memorable experience in itself. In terms of texture, Tessier has selected an assortment of light sycamore, bleached wenge, and even some high gloss ebony for certain window frames. With careful attention to contouring and accents of palladium, both the social and private spaces found indoors are as comfortable as they are aesthetically impressive. The main salon, for example, bears a light grey colour scheme and multiple seating options surrounding a collection of coffee tables. Instead of an abundance of decorative fixtures, Tessier has simply added a unique artwork by the American artist Edward Ruscha, a finishing touch which completes the area in a suitably outstanding fashion. Other areas inside are entirely consistent with such a principle- the additional salon and dining area both provide lounging options in a strikingly contemporary setting. Unsurprisingly, such an impressive interior ultimately led Grace E to receive a number of awards at the Monaco Yacht Show Awards the year she was delivered, and continues to impress every kind of charter guest she welcomes on-board.
Nautilus features a displacement steel hull and aluminium superstructure, with teak decks. She was built to Lloyds Register classification society rules.
Powered by 2 ABB 2,146hp diesel-electric engines and propelled by her twin azimuthal pods Motor yacht Nautilus is capable of a top speed of 16 knots, and comfortably cruises at 12 knots. With her 185,000 litres fuel tanks she has a maximum range of 8,637 nautical miles at 12 knots. Her water tanks store around 30,000 litres of fresh water.
Elevator / Lift, Air Conditioning, WiFi connection on board, Deck Jacuzzi, Gym/exercise equipment, Stabilisers underway, Wheelchair Friendly, Stabilizers at Anchor+ Read More
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