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Video: Inside Below Deck Mediterranean Season 2 Yacht SIROCCO

By Oliver Pearson   27 April 2017

Treating guests to some exceptional cruising and anchorages in the waters of Croatia, the 47m/154ft motor yacht SIROCCO features as the starring superyacht on Below Deck Mediterranean Season 2.

After an enormously successful first season, Below Deck Mediterranean returns for a second season on May 2nd as a cast of new and familiar faces treat a party of charter guests to a vacation around Croatia.

Whilst previous installments of the Bravo reality show have gone to some lengths to disguise the true identity of the featured yachts, the second season of Below Deck Mediterranean showcases SIROCCO under her usual name.

In this article we step on board the Heesen superyacht to take a look at what charter guests can expect during their time in Croatia.

Collaborating with the award-winning Omega Architects, the exterior of superyacht SIROCCO cuts a timeless profile thanks to her arctic white superstructure and midnight navy hull.

Spread across three decks, the outdoor communal spaces begin with the lounging space on the main deck, move onto an alfresco dining arrangement on the upper deck, and conclude with a Jacuzzi on the sundeck.

With plenty of space for all of the guests to gather in, it’ll be no surprise to see plenty of scenes taking place against a Mediterranean backdrop.

What’s more, the swim platform extending off the aft allows those on board to effortlessly access the water and tenders.

The interior of superyacht SIROCCO is similarly impressive, with a distinctly African aesthetic comprising both the guest and communal spaces. Specifically, the use of Makassar wood and leather produces a unique look and feel which sets the yacht apart from any other.

As well as the full-beam master cabin which occupies the forward section of the upper deck, the superyacht features a multi-media TV room amidships and a generously proportioned main salon on the deck below.

Ultimately, SIROCCO is a motor yacht certain to satisfy even the most experienced of charter guest, and will be sure to dazzle in front of the cameras.

Fusing a range of incredible influences, Superyacht SIROCCO brings to the second season of Below Deck Mediterranean

In order to find out more regarding M/Y SIROCCO, please get in touch with your preferred charter broker.

Alternatively, take a look at all of the superyachts which have featured on Below Deck, and how much it costs to rent them.


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