The 78m/257ft motor yacht TV, one of the most sought-after yachts on the charter market, is lined up to attend the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, taking place in Florida this November.
Launched in 2008, TV is the result of three of the greatest names in yachting: naval architects Espen Oino is behind the exterior, the late and great Alberto Pinto headed up the interior, and German shipyard Lurssen carried out the construction.
Such pedigree has resulted in an exceptionally executed vessel and she will be one of the most highly-anticipated yachts to attend this year’s Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, running in the Florida city from November 3rd to 7th.
The second largest yacht signed up to the show so far, she will be easy to spot lined up in Fort Lauderdale’s waters. Yet, there is more to her silhouette than her generous volume as, easy on the eye, she boasts harmonious lines and an attractive baby blue hull.
Her deck spaces, likewise, are extremely appealing. Her sundeck, for example, is equipped with not one but two pools: a large oval spa pool furthest forward and a rectangular swimming pool, with built in current and integrated bar perfect for outdoor living on your yacht charter.
Luxury yacht TV fulfils her Owner’s brief of ‘a visibly young, sporty look’ thanks to the magnificent skill of Pinto. Bright, pure colours cleverly combine with a variety of hardwoods and other materials such as marble and metal to create a harmonious, fresh and welcoming atmosphere.
Walls of polka dotted maple beautifully offset the white upholstered sofas and blue accents in the main salon, while in the upper salon walls are panelled in wavy Zebrano and the furniture takes on a variety of denim hues.
The master suite prioritises ocean vistas over ostentation, with dark woods, and a spa pool and seating area on its private terrace. There are also four highly-praised VIP suites on the main deck forward, all boasting their own colour scheme and handmade furniture.
Other highlights of the motor yacht include a panoramic dining area in the upper deck conservatory, a treasure chest of water toys, and a spa area comprised of a gym, sauna, massage room and Hamman, which overlooks a fold-down sea terrace.
Bright, pure colours cleverly combine with a variety of hardwoods and other materials such as marble and metal to create a harmonious, fresh and welcoming atmosphere
For further details on M/Y TV, please speak to your preferred charter broker.
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