Launched by Italian yard CBI Navi in 2006, Metsuyan IV houses a sophisticated interior from Ken Freivokh within an elegant and classically-styled exterior. Adding to her appeal is a range of modern features and facilities which offer both fun and relaxation for all the family.
Her availability in late-July presents the chance to spend four days discovering the wonderful waters surrounding Split, Croatia’s second largest city renowned for its impressive Roman monument Diocletian’s Palace, dramatic mountain backdrops and glittering Adriatic waters.
Depart from Trogir on the mainland and spend the first day soaking up the beautiful Croatian scenery near Solta while unwinding in the Jacuzzi, reclining on sunpads, enjoying a delicious grilled lunch from the barbecue and sipping cocktails with loved ones.
On day two, cruise to the Island of Vis and snorkel in its famous Blue Grotto before visiting the Greek Necropolis at Viska Luka and spending an evening sampling the island’s famous wine.
Continue your adventure in Hvar where you can swim in the beautiful waters surrounding the idyllic Pakleni Islands and try out the artillery of water toys on board luxury yacht Metsuyan IV. Jump off the four-metre dive board, bounce on the water trampoline and speed along on water skis.
In the evening, moor on the quay in the cosmopolitan town of Hvar and indulge in the mouth-watering cuisine at DiVino’s or, for a more relaxing evening, stay on board for a 3D movie night on the sundeck or star gaze from the crow’s nest complete with a telescope.
Return back to the mainland on day four feeling rested, restored and rejuvenated from your time in this breath-taking region of the Mediterranean spent in utter luxury in the hands of an award-winning crew.
On a private charter vacation, the motor yacht is able to sleep 10 guests in five staterooms, including a full-beam master suite on the main deck, and two double cabins and two twin cabins on the lower deck.
Continue your adventure in Hvar where you can swim in the beautiful waters surrounding the idyllic Pallone Islands