Expansive deck areas, a chic interior and modern amenities make December Six an inviting charter option no matter whether relaxation or entertainment is on the agenda.
Launched by Custom Line in 2018, she is lowering her rates throughout May which, as she is based in the South of France throughout the summer season, means charterers can save money while undertaking a charter on board during two of the biggest events in the Mediterranean.
First up is the prestigious film festival. Running from 14 May, the celebration of cinema attracts the finest names in Hollywood, who touch down in Cannes for a fortnight of film screenings, red carpet action and exclusive parties. Also in the spotlight is a glittering fleet of superyachts as companies in the know organise a Cannes Film Festival yacht charter to stand out from their competitors.
Once the curtain closes on the festival, the yachts migrate along the coast to the most iconic fixture on the Formula One circuit. The best views in the house are from the superyachts lined up in Port Hercules. Although it’s probably too late to secure a berth here, F1 fans on a Monaco Grand Prix yacht charter aboard December Six will be able to anchor off the coast and take the tender into Monaco to watch the racing.
Generous outdoor areas ensure luxury yacht December Six is well suited to hosting large numbers on board at corporate yacht charters or at glittering superyacht parties. Yet the al fresco spaces also work well for smaller numbers enjoying a luxury yacht charter in the region.
On the sundeck, sumptuous sofas sit under the shade of the radar arch, with deep armchairs open to the sun and a spa pool offering panoramic views over the wonderful cruising grounds. There’s a secluded recreation area on the foredeck too, offering another alluring outdoor hangout.
To get closer to the ocean, guests should head to the drop-down swim platform, where they can unwind just inches away from the water’s edge or access the extensive selection of water toys. Delicious al fresco dinners, meanwhile, are to be enjoyed on the spacious upper deck aft.
The interior of the motor yacht continues to impress with its contemporary styling and state-of-the-art facilities. A base colour palette of black, white and grey is enlivened by vibrant hues and complemented by luxurious fabrics and high-gloss materials, and huge stretches of glazing ensure natural light floods inside.
In the main salon, a deep sofa tempts guests to sit back and watch a movie on the widescreen TV while a dining area awaits further forward for hosting formal dinner parties on a superyacht charter.
After a day at sea, guests can retreat to one of five staterooms, including a deluxe master suite, two double cabins and two twin cabins, each with its own pullman. Up to 12 guests can sleep on board.
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