Built by Feadship in 2016 and the subject of much acclaim, AQUARIUS is an extremely exciting addition to the charter market. At 92 metres, she is one of the largest yachts available for charter and with a weekly base rate of $1.5 million, she is also among the most expensive.
Contributing to her appeal is her head-turning exterior which, although contemporary in design, features a number of archetypal Feadship elements, such as a conventional bow and raked superstructure shape.
Behind her exterior good looks is Dutch firm Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design, which also worked on the interior styling in collaboration the owner’s personal design team.
One of the defining features of the motor yacht is the large amount of light that floods the interior and this is thanks to an extensive LED lighting system and a huge amount of glass in the superstructure.
This means charterers will have unrivalled views of their surrounds through full-length windows no matter whether hosting a formal dinner party in the main salon or relaxing with family in the skylounge above.
Although there are a variety of places in which to socialise on board, the principal charterer will be able to have an entire deck, made up of a huge suite aft, a massage room and a media centre, to themselves.
The remaining six cabins are located forward on the main deck to offer all guests views out onto their cruising grounds - a rare feature among the charter fleet. In total, 12 guests can sleep on board during a yacht charter.
Charterers aboard luxury yacht AQUARIUS will also be treated to the ultimate in outdoor living
Charterers will also be treated to the ultimate in outdoor living aboard luxury yacht AQUARIUS. Sure to be a prime daytime hangout is the huge sundeck. Here guests can sip cocktails at the bar or in a comfortable seating area, take a dip in the Jacuzzi, lounge on oversized day beds or dine al fresco.
Yet, the inviting seven-metre pool on the aft deck is also sure to be a popular place to spend the day while the entire charter party will be able to get together on the upper deck aft for an alfresco dinner. Other highlights include a beach club, water-side gymnasium and spa facilities, and there is also a helipad.
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