Delivered from the world-leading Perini Navi shipyard in 2006 before being fully refit in 2015, the Maltese Falcon has remained one of the most captivating superyachts on the water.
Characterised by her spectacular DynaRig mast and the majestic bird emblazoned on her central sail, the yacht has earned her impressive reputation for fusing performance and luxury in an especially sophisticated style.
Take a look at the all new footage below.
Perfectly illustrating the giant dimensions of the yacht, the footage shows the Maltese Falcon as she sits in the harbour dwarfing a series of motor yachts.
Whilst the camera doesn’t venture on board, the Ken Freivokh designed interior is truly one of a kind, with a number of glossy finishes and bright furnishings creating a calming atmosphere.
Likewise, it is only once the sails are attached that it’s possible to appreciate the exterior cinema which projects the latest blockbusters onto the main sail- the perfect feature for rounding off a day on the water.
Capable of accommodating up to 12 guests at a time, the Maltese Falcon includes a single master cabin, a VIP suite, and 4 double cabins. Each fitted with state of the art entertainment systems, guests can be assured of outstanding comfort and luxury when returning to their respective berth for the night.
As a wholly prestigious and groundbreaking sailing yacht, a charter vacation on board the Maltese Falcon is all but unrivalled
In order to find out more regarding S/Y Maltese Falcon, and her current availability, please get in touch with your preferred charter broker.
Alternatively, take a look at all of the superyachts which are open for charter in the Caribbean.
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