Launched in 2012, VICKY is the largest yacht ever built by Turkish shipyard Proteksan Turquoise and, accordingly, boasts an enormous amount of volume inside and out.
In the elegant main salon, a lounge area complete with a grand piano adjoins a formal dining area and tropical fish tank, creating the perfect setting for entertaining and socialising with fellow charter guests.
Other highlights of the interior include an atrium on the main deck, a double height entrance hall and an upper lounge that doubles as a cinema.
One of the biggest assets of the motor yacht, however, is her lower deck spa, which includes a four-metre fold town sea terrace. Here guests can be treated to massages and other beauty treatments, and unwind in the steam room and plunge pool.
There is also a well-equipped gym and fitness centre for those who wish to keep up their fitness regimes while at sea.
Expansive deck spaces, meanwhile, are home to sun pads, alfresco dining options and sumptuous lounging areas. The sun deck boasts a large splash pool with an integrated Jacuzzi option and, thanks to professional DJ equipment, the whole space can transform into a nightclub.
Able to sleep up to 12 guests, luxury yacht VICKY has seven staterooms consisting of a full-beam master suite complete with panoramic views, two VIP staterooms, two double cabins and two twin cabins.
A treasure chest of the latest water toys mean charter guests will be able to make the most of the glittering Mediterranean waters. Examples include jet skis, towable toys, an inflatable slide and Sea-Bobs.
73m Proteksan Turquoise, 2012