Modelled on a traditional Turkish gulet yacht, REGINA was built in 2011 by Pruva Yachting but, boasting a steel hull and schooner rig, leaves her predecessors in her wake. Yet, she still possesses generous spaces, stability and a beautiful profile, all assets of luxury gulets.
Indeed, the sailing yacht is sure to turn heads at the glittering events of the Monaco Grand Prix and Cannes Film Festival, both taking place in May, thanks to her sweeping lines and spectacular sails. What’s more, she’s rarely seen in these West Mediterranean cruising grounds, often favouring her homeland of Turkey and nearby Greece during the summer months.
Wide decks offer a range of spaces in which to relax and socialise while taking in the glittering sights of Monaco and Cannes. Enjoy sunning spots on the foredeck and unwind on the comfortable aft deck seating, then choose between two alfresco dining setups to experience the delicious cuisine created by the talented Head Chef.
The interior of sailing yacht REGINA offers more options for resting as well as entertaining guests. Classic, light and elegant, the large main salon features an immaculate mahogany finish and a white Orla grand piano. With a formal dining area for 12 guests and two large custom-made sofas, this is a perfect setup for fine dining experiences.
Guests will be able to retreat to six beautiful en suite cabins, including a full-beam master suite, a double stateroom, three double cabins and one twin cabin. Fine details include bedheads of solid honey mousse onyx columns and walls of Afyon marble.
REGINA is sure to turn heads at the glittering events of the Monaco Grand Prix and Cannes Film Festival
There are also plenty of water toys on board such as canoes, paddle boards, water skis, a Jet Ski and inflatable toys, all enabling charter guests to make the most of the Mediterranean waters.
For further information on S/Y REGINA, please speak to your preferred charter broker.
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56m Medyat, 2011