Those looking to escape the crowds and discover the rich heritage and natural beauty of the Adriatic should look no further than My Little Violet.
A popular charter platform with glowing reviews from past guests, My Little Violet was delivered in 2006 by German shipyard Abeking & Ramusssen. She has been meticulously maintained since her launch with both interior and exterior design from the award-winning Reymond Langton Design.
The motor yacht is the perfect platform for island-hopping in style. She is crowned by a large sundeck which features a winter garden area that can be closed off or left open according to the needs of the charter party. Here, guests can stretch out on oversized nest sofas or four-poster daybeds with optional voile.
Lounging options are available in the sun and the shade, creating a versatile space for the entire charter party. An excess of soft furnishings on the exterior contribute to the comfortable and relaxed atmosphere.
Alfresco dining can be found on the main deck aft, alongside an additional lounging area that’s primed for evening aperitifs.
Opportunities to unwind and entertain continue inside, where the skylounge volunteers a sleek bar, a plush lounging area, a large TV screen and a small seating area that’s perfect for games night.
The main salon is equally well-appointed, and benefits from large windows both sides of the beam which give an even greater sense of space to the already voluminous social area. Materials including suede, leather and silk work with the espresso and cream colour palette to create a chic space, further heightened by bespoke statues.
She features a large winter garden area that can be closed off or left open according to the needs of the charter party.
These themes continue into the accommodation, where luxury yacht My Little Violet offers accommodation for up to 10 guests in five cabins.
As a finishing touch, guests on a private yacht charter will love making the most of the yacht’s extensive collection of water toys. Drop anchor in one of the 1,244 islands of Croatia and enjoy her water-skis, wakeboards and Jet-Skis. The yacht even has on-board scuba equipment, so she’s perfect for scuba pros looking to explore the Mediterranean’s underwater landscapes.
Steeped in history and rustic charm, Croatia is one of the East Mediterranean’s secret destinations. Expect ancient stone cities, upscale restaurants and pretty islands backed by sandy beaches.
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