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NEW VIDEO: Superyacht ‘Amarula Sun’ Showcases Charter Life in Action

Spectacular new video footage and photographs reveal what charter life is like on board the 39m/127ft luxury yacht ‘Amarula Sun’.

Currently cruising the Caribbean, Amarula Sun was launched by the US shipyard Trinity Yachts in 2008 and, as the short film shows, is still in optimal condition for a luxury charter vacation.

Overhead drone footage offers a bird’s eye view of the motor yacht, taking in her distinctive profile and deck spaces, while filming in the Patrick Knowles-designed interior provides an intimate glimpse into her elegant living spaces.

Charter guests are captured arriving in style via helicopter and being served champagne by the attentive crew, before discovering what else the yacht has to offer.

Panning over the sundeck, the footage unveils an eight-person Jacuzzi with swim-up bar surrounded by sun pads forward, and sun loungers and gym equipment aft. Meanwhile, guests explore the alfresco dining option on the bridge deck as well as the outdoor lounging area on the main deck aft, which leads down to a large swim platform.

Beautiful scenes of the interior showcase the opulent main salon with its raised American cherry panelling, maple burl and figured bubinga woods. Hand painted murals, marble medallions and a baby grand piano can be spotted too.  

Another highlight of the footage is watching the myriad water toys on board charter yacht Amarula Sun in action. These include an inflatable water slide, Seabobs, Jet Skis, Flyboards and a five-person banana boat.

Charter guests are captured arriving in style via helicopter and being served champagne by the attentive crew

The impressive staterooms, consisting of a bi-level master suite, three double cabins and one twin cabin, also make the shot.

After spending the winter season in the Caribbean, the yacht will be open for Bahamas charters throughout the summer months.

For further information on M/Y Amarula Sun, please get in touch with your preferred charter broker.


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