The 46m/151’ Leopard motor yacht LISA IV has applied for her Spanish charter permit and will be available in the region throughout the summer 2014 season.
Previously named ‘Auspicious’, charter yacht LISA IV was built in 2009 and recently underwent a full refit, ensuring she offers pristine accommodation and state-of-the-art facilities throughout. Her sleek, sporty exterior lines and top speeds of up to 33 knots make her ideal for stylish, sun-drenched cruising vacations in the Mediterranean.
LISA IV’s luxurious interior offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in five large staterooms as well as elegant relaxation and dining areas and a dedicated cinema room. High quality materials and hand-picked art works have been combined with a neutral colour palette throughout her living areas, creating a sense of comfort and understated glamour.
It was announced last October that plans to abolish matriculation tax for charter yachts in Spanish waters had been approved. The news was welcomed by the tourism and charter yacht industry in Spain and this year looks set to be a good one with more luxury yachts cruising there than for several years.
2014 looks set to be a good year with more luxury yachts cruising Spain than for several years.