Spanning the course of three months, the refit carried out on CHAKRA has seen the motor yacht take on a modern edge to her original glamour.
Indeed, her interior spaces have been significantly lightened to produce a nicely relaxed ambience in both the communal and guest areas.
Beginning life as a commercial vessel in 1963, CHAKRA was converted into a superyacht back in 1998, cruising under the name Salem until being re-christened with the Indian expression for ‘the centre of spiritual power’.
Whilst undergoing something of a stylistic overhaul, much of the work has been motivated by functionality, with a generously proportioned swim platform providing charterers with even greater access to the water.
Exuding a youthful sophistication, the refitted CHAKRA looks to be one of the most refined superyachts available for charter
Attentive to the experience of being underway and at-anchor, a wholly new observation deck has been installed forward of the bridge- just the spot to enjoy a few cocktails and some socialising.
Featuring a well-appointed full-beam VIP suite, as well as an additional twenty cabins, superyacht CHAKRA is capable of accommodating an impressive total of forty guests.
86m Scheepswerf Gebr. van der Werf, 1963 / 2016