Launched by Dutch yard Icon Yachts in 2013, Party Girl is perfectly primed for luxury yacht charters. Her crisp, contemporary lines penned by the skilful hand of Redman Whiteley Dixon are sure to impress as is her glittering Christiano Gatto-designed interior.
Creating a ‘glamorous Art Deco style, with oriental influences’, the Italian designer has employed a range of exotic woods, and reflective textures and materials throughout the living areas of the motor yacht for a luxurious yet tranquil retreat.
The main salon, for example, features a black Portoro marble floor with white and gold streaks, mirrored ceilings, dark, high-gloss wall panels and similarly glossy wooden cabinetry.
Chairs upholstered in sumptuous velvet line a 14-seat rosewood table under an eye-catching, seven-metre chandelier, and this formal dining area adjoins a lounge and enclosed veranda aft, the latter boasting further seating and an inside-outside wet bar.
The upper deck, meanwhile, boasts a warmer, more intimate and cosy feel with wall panels of ebony, walnut and golden goatskin parchment. Similar styling is seen in the split-level master suite, which spreads across the forward sections of the main and upper decks, with its own private terrace.
Completing the accommodation offering is an upper deck VIP suite, and four guest cabins on the lower deck, featuring flexible sleeping arrangements, high-gloss mahogany and rosewood veneers, and dark walnut surrounds.
Whether chartering in the Caribbean or discovering the secluded islands of the South Pacific, there are multiple deck spaces in which to take in the glorious surrounds aboard luxury yacht Party Girl. Dine alfresco on the aft upper deck, soak up the sun on chaise loungers or take a dip in the upper deck Jacuzzi.
The highlight of the exterior spaces, however, is the teak-clad beach club, designed to offer a clear and uncluttered expanse in which to enjoy the multitude of water toys on board. There is a water-side gym and lounge here too.
The highlight of the exterior spaces, however, is the teak-clad beach club, designed to offer a clear and uncluttered expanse in which to enjoy the multitude of water toys
63m Icon Yachts, 2013