Newly Refitted Feadship Superyacht 'Santa Maria' Available
Following an extensive refit at a yard in Zaandam, the 32/105ft motor yacht 'Santa Maria' will be available to charter this summer in the West Mediterranean.
The most expensive Feadship ever built on her delivery in 1963, Santa Maria was built to be "a place like home" for her original owner, Henry Ford II.
Now restored to her original beauty with new modern features including Zero Speed Stabilizers and hydraulic gangway, as well as a modified steel hull and remodelled bow-stem area, she is in exceptional condition for a classic yacht of her age.
Her substantial refit also saw her repainted, new teak decking and rails installed, as wells as the addition of new furniture and carpeting.
Elegantly styled by Jacques Frank with wooden cabinetry and cream furnishings, outdoors, she offers sun loungers, a shaded al fresco dining area and deck Jacuzzi for family and friends.
Offering a spacious layout of four staterooms for up to 8 people to enjoy, superyacht Santa Maria provides a master suite with a television, a double stateroom, a twin cabin with its own study, and a single room.
Guests on board can enjoy water toys including water-skis, doughnuts, a 3-person banana, snorkelling gear and a surf board throughout the duration of their stay.
To be one of the first to enjoy the newly remodelled M/Y Santa Maria, please contact your preferred yacht charter broker.
Or simply browse all vessels available for a Mediterranean luxury yacht charter to compare your options.
new modern features including Zero Speed Stabilizers