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View from Superyacht NAIA’s Master Suite

22nd April 2014

Imagine waking up in the sumptuous king-sized bed of superyacht NAIA’s master suite, perfectly placed beneath the huge skylight and surrounded with the breath-taking views of the sun-rising through the panoramic windows – pure paradise.

The 2011 launched NAIA was built as a Lloyds Classed Research Vessel by the Freire Shipyard, designed specifically for underwater exploration. However she also offers the highest levels of luxury with design features and facilities to rival that of the most luxurious hotels in the world. Her contemporary interior was designed by the renowned Mark Berryman who has used a combination of large windows and skylights throughout with hand-picked sculptures and works of art to create an atmosphere of refined, modern elegance.

At 73m/239’5, she is the largest vessel ever to have been built in Spain and encompasses huge living areas both inside and out. She sleeps up to 12 guests in six stunning staterooms, the master suite being the most impressive to feature private fore and aft terraces and breath taking 360° panoramic views. Elsewhere on board, charter guests can enjoy her five-person submarine – the largest available on the charter fleet in addition to a helipad, science lab and an array of toys and tenders.

NAIA is available for charter at rates starting from €525,000 per week, and will be attending the upcoming MYBA Charter Show in Genoa between the 28th April and 2nd May 2014. contact your preferred charter broker for more details. 

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