Photo of the week
19th September 2016
Billed as ‘sea terraces’, the optional balconies integrated into the design of motor yacht Big Fish allow charter guests to enjoy the sun and their surroundings in absolute style when on their luxury yacht vacation.
Conceived as a next generation luxury expedition yacht, Big Fish is unquestionably one of the most impressive deliveries from the Mcmullen & Wing shipyard in New Zealand.
Combining a sturdy seagoing performance with the characteristic comforts of a modern motor yacht, Big Fish is capable of effortlessly cruising her charter grounds in South East Asia and Fiji, treating her guests to the very best in chic amenities- think an exceptional cinema screen in the main salon, a spacious exterior Jacuzzi, and a plunge pool.
It is, however, her sophisticated layout solutions which are the crowning achievement of Big Fish. Indeed, she’s something of a retractable masterpiece, with her tender garage on the starboard side aft also folding out to optimise the space on board. Even the staircase in the main atrium has been designed to be foldable. What’s more, she also features the largest swim platform of any yacht under 65m.
With a total of five exceptionally well-appointed staterooms, Big Fish is capable of accommodating up to ten guests with an attendant crew of the same size.
For further information regarding M/Y Big Fish, please feel free to get in touch with your preferred charter broker.
45m | 2010 | McMullen & Wing
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