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Sailing Yacht ROSEHEARTY Expands Cabin Layout

By Editorial Team   27 October 2015

A new stateroom has been fitted in the 56m/184ft sailing yacht ROSEHEARTY, making her the only Perini Navi yacht available for charter with seven guest staterooms.

Situated on the port side of her main deck, the new stateroom occupies space which was formerly used as an office. The number of guests ROSEHEARTY can accommodate still remains at 12, but they now have the option to spread out through the yacht for increased privacy.  

The new addition follows the yacht’s success on the regatta circuit over the summer. She has won both Sardinia's Perini Navi Cup and St Barth’s Bucket in the Caribbean.

It also comes after an extensive €2 million refit in 2014, which included audio-visual equipment and engineering upgrades.

Her striking white hull and superstructure, carbon furling booms and aluminium masks are courtesy of renowned racing yacht designer Ron Holland. Whilst, her sophisticated interior, with crisp white linen, pale oak and Hermes leather, is styled by Christian Liaigre.

Distinguishing assets on superyacht ROSEHEARTY include a cockpit that can convert into an outdoor cinema with a drop down screen, and a spacious flybridge that features dining tables and sofas as well as a Jacuzzi and sunbathing area. 

Alongside the new stateroom, there is also a full-beam master suite, two VIP suites, two double cabins and one twin cabin, all below the main deck.

S/Y ROSEHEARTY is expected to be available for Caribbean charters in the New Year before making her way up the east coast of North America and into Canada. For more information, please contact your preferred charter broker.

Alternatively, compare all the luxury yachts available to charter in the Caribbean.

The new addition follows the yacht’s success on the regatta circuit over the summer.

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