Ideal for exploring more far-flung destinations this summer, the 35m/116ft motor yacht PARADISE is available in the outstanding cruising grounds of Indonesia, Raja Ampat, and Papua New Guinea.
Whether charter guests are keen to get to grips with scuba diving or simply want to enjoy some stunning views this summer, superyacht PARADISE promises to deliver an unforgettable experience.
Totally modern, her relaxed interior lends a quiet atmosphere to the guest and communal spaces whilst her exterior is equipped with a large Jacuzzi and spacious sunbathing areas.
What’s more, her large swim platform ensures that getting out on the water can be done with significant ease.
Of course, when it comes to experiencing the tropical cruising grounds of luxury yacht PARADISE, guests will want to spend the majority of their time out on the exterior.
Thanks to a shaded alfresco dining area located amidships, and large sunpads fitted at the bow, outdoor living could not be more luxurious.
For the more adventurous guests on board, a fine selection of water toys will ensure that they are properly entertained when stepping off board.
Something of a contemporary masterpiece, superyacht PARADISE treats charter guests to an unparalleled world of luxury
The stylish interior designed by JC Espinosa combines beautiful South American walnut flooring with subtle touches of high-gloss ebony. Conjuring an inviting ambience, this arrangement leads to the main salon being the perfect place to get together after returning from the exterior.
Along with its comfortable lounging area, this space is annexed by a formal dining table and features a large television screen to allow for truly memorable movie nights.
Capable of accommodating up to 10 guests across five well-appointed staterooms, motor yacht PARADISE features a full-beam master suite, two double cabins, and two twin cabins.
In order to find out more regarding M/Y PARADISE, please get in touch with your preferred charter broker.
Alternatively, take a look at all of the superyachts available for charter in South East Asia.