In a recent exclusive, we revealed that the name of the Below Deck Season 4 yacht will be superyacht VALOUR. Now, in a further exclusive, we can unveil her real name, and show some previously unseen photographs of her interior.
Following Bravo TV's tradition of naming yachts after 'Homeric' Greek mythology, the forthcoming Below Deck Season 4 superyacht VALOUR is in actual fact the 47m/154ft motor yacht BG.
A sophisticated and modern motor yacht built by the prestigious Dutch shipyard Feadship, she possess a quality which is the yachting equivalent of a Rolls Royce. Bringing together the very best in luxury amenities in a highly styled environment, her interior decor is entirely contemporary and her outdoor areas are designed to keep up with the very best superyachts.
Her refit in 2015 was coordinated by Dee Dee Taylor Eustace, the celebrity architect and interior designer who established Taylor Hannah Architect Inc. With considerable experience in high-end residential interior design, and an extensive knowledge of the marine lifestyle, her signature use of colour and space makes BG every inch the ideal superyacht.
With this in mind, it’s no surprise that the yacht was chosen for Below Deck season 4. Indeed, it offers a suitably glamorous setting for the latest crew to treat their guests in, and showcases perfectly why private yacht charter is the most exclusive and desirable vacation choice.
As we revealed in an earlier article, Below Deck Season 4 was shot around the stunning waters of the British Virgin Isles.
Like all of the other yachts featured on Below Deck, the yacht in season 4 is available to rent for private luxury yacht charter vacations
Unlike the clasically themed interior of the 46m/150ft motor yacht Ionian Princess featured in the Below Deck spin-off Below Deck Mediterranean, motor yacht BG exudes a modern charm, and employs an incredibly bright colour scheme to complement the soft and comfortable furnishings.
Working to create a ‘Hampton Beach House’ theme, the work Dee Dee Eustace carried out in the interior utilises designer fabrics and timeless furnishings to complement the expertly refined layout.
Indeed, her long main salon features an impressive symmetrical arrangement which nicely emphasises the space inside, and will certainly provide the perfect space for the amplified drama viewers have come to expect from the franchise.
Adjacent to the main salon, the dining room features an appropriately styled patina and rosewood table to ensure all guests enjoy their meals, and features a custom built wine wardrobe capable of storing up to 120 bottles of wine.
The master suite on the main deck has received the same refreshing treatment, with a comfortable seating area and a hugely voluminous en-suite feeling more like a penthouse apartment than simply a bedroom.
Each of her 5 other guest suites are similarly well designed and provide exceptional accommodation for up to 12 guests- a perfect arrangement for both families and small parties.
The exterior spaces of luxury yacht BG are just as impressive- here, guests are able to take advantage of expansive sunpads and a sizeable table for some outstanding al fresco dining.
Sure to keep the cast of Below Deck Season 4 ultra-busy is the Jacuzzi located on the upper deck. Perfectly situated for taking in oceanic views whilst enjoying a soak, the guests will certainly be after a crew capable of bringing out drinks and fresh towels at a moment’s notice.
Furthermore, the spacious dining and entertaining area on the bridge deck aft boasts a large projector screen for guests to enjoy a movie after dark.
Steps on both the port and starboard side of the aft deck provide convenient access to the full beam swim platform which is nicely extended for greater access to the water. From this platform guests are able to effortlessly board tenders, begin playing with her catalogue of towable water toys, or simply dive into the ocean to cool off.
At the Palm Beach Boat Show this year, YachtCharterFleet boarded superyacht BG following the filming of Below Deck Season 4, and will be releasing a full review shortly.
Read here for further information on any of the yachts featured in the Below Deck series, or contact your preferred charter broker if you are interested in inquiring about a vacation on-board M/Y BG.
Alternatively, browse and compare all luxury yachts available to charter in the Virgin Islands.
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