With her spacious interiors, refreshing styling and range of modern amenities, FIREFLY is the prime candidate for those looking to discover the charms of Malta or Sicily by yacht.
She can accommodate up to eight guests in four cabins, and offers ample alfresco deck areas for guests to make the most out of the Mediterranean sunshine.
The motor yacht was delivered from Dutch shipyard Mulder in 2015 as their unique 94 Voyager, and she has been designed to provide highly efficient cruising thanks to an elongated waterline and slender bow. She has recently undergone some maintenance work that has left her in pristine condition for summer 2020.
Guests can enjoy a morning coffee on the yacht’s intimate Portuguese bridge, followed by a day of splashing in the sea off the back of the yacht’s swim well-appointed platform.
Those looking to sunbathe can make use of the yacht’s sweeping sundeck, which offers a bar area, barbecue grill and a choice of shaded alfresco dining areas which allow for long lunches while soaking up the views.
FIREFLY offers shaded alfresco dining on the sundeck, allowing guests to enjoy their meals while soaking up the views.
At the end of the day, guests will love relaxing in the yacht’s main salon. This light and airy space covers 40 square metres and provides formal dining, a sleek bar and a sumptuous lounge. Her interiors have been created by Omega, and they follow a beach-chic theme with plenty of contemporary blue offset by clean white and warm wood surfaces.
On a private yacht charter, the yacht offers accommodation for eight guests. The flexible configuration comprises one double suite and two convertible double cabins that are ideally configured for families. There is also a full-beam master with an en suite and study area which offers 24 square metres of floor space in total.
Malta and Sicily are two islands that are primed for charterers looking to escape the buzz of other popular Mediterranean destinations and indulge in some peace and serenity.
Set adrift from southern Italy, Malta makes up a string of islands known for their clear blue sea, ancient historic architecture and incredible dive sites. It’s a must-visit destination for scuba pros, with many of the world’s most fascinating reefs and wrecks scattered between the islands- including the famous Blenheim Bomber and HMS Maori.
It’s even home to a Blue Hole, an incredible natural phenomenon and popular dive site. You can read our feature on the best places to dive in blue holes as part of a yacht charter to learn more about Malta's Blue Hole and how you can visit it.
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