The impressive 95m/312ft Lürssen superyacht KISMET has been announced as the largest yacht to date attending the upcoming Fort Lauderdale Boat Show 2015 (FLIBS), following her first year of chartering.
The 2014-delivery KISMET is sure to be one of the most hotly-anticipated appearances at the 56th edition of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, taking place from 5 to 9 November. She will become the largest yacht to ever be displayed at the event.
Lürssen’s largest charter yacht to date was recognised as ‘Displacement Motor Yacht’ (of 75m and above) of the year at this year’s World Superyacht Awards 2015.
Speaking on the announcement, president of the group organising FLIBS, Efrem “Skip” Zimbalist III, said "She’s a beautiful yacht. She’s there for charter bookings.' He added that her presence at the show was "going to be a real highlight.”
Available for charter in the Mediterranean and Caribbean, KISMET’s striking design showcases the multi-award winning combination of Reymond Langton Design and the esteemed Espen Oeino. A host of luxury amenities, including a large swimming pool and Jacuzzi area, movie theatre, spa, an outdoor fireplace and winter garden deck space set her apart from the rest.
Her opulent, modern classic interior can comfortably sleep up to 16 guests in a spacious layout of 8 staterooms. An elevator and Zero Speed Stabilizers ensure the ultimate comfort for everyone on board charter yacht KISMET.
One of the most the exclusive charter yachts, KISMET’s weekly rates begin at approximately €1,200,000 ($1,300,000), excluding add-ons.
Viewings are by appointment only. FLIBS will take place over 7 locations featuring 6 miles of floating dock, a transportation network of water taxis and riverboats allow attendees to get from location to location with ease at the event.
For more information on arranging an inspection on board M/Y KISMET, or attending the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in November, please contact your preferred charter broker.
sure to be one of the most hotly-anticipated appearances at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show