Sailing yacht Ethereal was built in 2009 by Royal Huisman and contains some of the most ground-breaking technology to allow her charter guests to cruise in eco-friendly luxury. With design features concentrated on energy conservation and sustainable operation, she is the ultimate 'green' charter yacht.
With interior design by Pieter Beeldsnijder, as well as exterior design, Ethereal can accommodate a maximum of 10 charter guests in five spacious staterooms. The master suite incorporates an office, a lounge, a walk-in wardrobe and a sauna, as well as private access to a separate cockpit.
Her upper decks provide plenty of space for entertaining, with large windows delivering fantastic panoramic views. These are no ordinary windows however. Their photo chromic funtionality allows them to automatically darken to prevent UV radiation.
Built to accommodate even the most adventurous charter guests, she carries two tenders, water skis, wakeboards, four kayaks and an advance knee board, in addition to an underwater camera on the keel, allowing guests to marvel at the underwater sea life.
Available for charter in the South Pacific this summer, Ethereal's weekly charter rates begin at $225,000.
Her upper decks provide plenty of space for entertaining, with large windows delivering fantastic panoramic views.
58m Royal Huisman, 2009