An innovation in design and performance from Custom Line, Vista Blue balances luxurious amenities and state-of-the-art features with a sporty and streamlined profile.
With the ability to reach a top speed of 25 knots, she is ideal for those looking to zip around the Bahamas experiencing island-hopping in style. Further adding to her suitably to the Caribbean’s cruising grounds, her seven-foot draft allows her to traverse shallow waters with ease.
Guests who want to feel connected to the ocean will feel perfectly at home aboard Vista Blue. The main salon is encased in glazing, offering views which pay a fitting testimony to the yacht’s name. With the added bonus of glass doors which tilt upwards, guests can transform this space into an elegant, indoor-outdoor seating area complete with a charming wet bar.
Even more alluring is the folding portion of the lower deck, which effortlessly creates a beach club and swimming platform. Guests can recline in the sun or access the sea, and spend hours of fun playing with a WaveRunners, water-skis and Seabobs.
Those who wish to slide into a spa pool will find one located on the sun deck. Awash with sofa seating, sun pads and cocktail tables, this space feels convivial and relaxed, while still maintaining the upscale energy which dominates the rest of the motor yacht.
Her interior and exterior design are both the work of Florence-based firm Francesco Paszkowski, who have delicately created an on-board ambience which encompasses both comfort and luxury. Her exterior meanwhile, was inspired by racing yachts, which lends her a very distinct look that is sure to turn heads wherever she cruises.
Replicating this opulent atmosphere are the five staterooms, which accommodate 10 guests in total. Vista Blue volunteers a full-beam master suite on the main deck and two double cabins and two single cabins, each with a pullman bed, on the lower deck.
On a Caribbean yacht charter, guests can expect to encounter icing-sugar sandbanks rising up from lipid lagoons, as well as thriving marine life below the surface and colourful culture on the shores.