Born out of a desire to explore the world’s lesser-known coasts and oceans, Endeavour II was Rossinavi’s first launch of 2017. Her contemporary interior from Salvagni Architetti has remained under wraps ever since, but now a video clip reveals what’s inside her striking profile.
Overall, the interior styling can be defined as light, tranquil and contemporary, with extensive glazing ensuring a constant dialogue between inside and outside areas.
For example, floor-to-ceiling windows flank the main salon alongside oak-coloured wooden wall panels. Modern-style seating in pale-coloured upholstery forms a sociable lounge and a rectangular table seats 12 guests for formal dining.
The full-beam master suite aboard luxury yacht Endeavour II also boasts huge, long windows, as well as an unusual drop-down balcony where the principal charterer can enjoy a private alfresco breakfast or coffee while overlooking the water.
Other highlights include a sensuous skylounge, and there is a glimpse of the guest accommodation which, in addition to the master suite, comprises two double cabins and two twin cabins. This means, in total, she can sleep 10 guests on a private yacht charter.
The footage also unveils how the tender is launched from the multi-use foredeck and how the fold-down swim platform offers a waterside terrace for guests to enjoy. There is also an alfresco dining area on the upper deck aft, and ample options for lounging and entertaining.
A long-range, global cruiser, the motor yacht is sure to turn heads lined up at the Monaco show with her sleek lines, plumb bow and distinctive hull colour. What cannot be seen in the video, however, is her Caterpillar diesel-electric propulsion package which employs Rolls Royce azipods.
A long-range, global cruiser, the motor yacht is sure to turn heads lined up at the Monaco show with her sleek lines, plumb bow and distinctive hull colour