Three double cabins (one king-sized, two queen-sized) and two twin cabins with Pullman each.
The master cabin features an Inuit sculpture in Serpentine stone by Niviaqsi and a unique glassblown/metal piece named the “Tear Drop Vessel” by Australia artist Brian Hirst can also be found.
The owner’s en-suite furnishings include a carved one piece vanity in rare pink onyx with a hammered stainless steel sink and a Japanese-style toilet combining both bidet and toilet functions.
The spacious guest lobby features a beautiful glass panel, designed and crafted by London artist Julia and a unique interwoven leather and metal clad mirror.
The day head leading from the lobby is decorated in green onyx and also boasts a Japanese-style toilet.
In each cabin the throws, cushions and bed covers were designed in London to coordinate specifically with each atmosphere.
Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities:
Kaleidescape entertainment system with over 500 feature films on request.
Over 500 CDs are also available.
The audio systems in the dining room, bar, cockpit and flybridge areas can be linked using the Creston controller. In the cockpit, Jacuzzi and flybridge areas, music and iPod functions can be accessed independently.
Large flat screen TV in salon with Kaleidescape access.
TV in every cabin with access to Kaleidescape server.
No Satellite TV
iPod docking stations in every cabin and upper deck salon.
Tender storage forward converts into a fresh water Jacuzzi pool
Air conditioning in aft cockpit
Carbon fibre masts by Southern Spars
Design and artworks:
The saloon furniture is a combination of Macassar wood, soft fabric and leather with the flooring cut in a unique radial design with a wool and silk carpet for the utmost of comfort. Soft curves combined with bold colour choices and lighting give the interior a voluptuous ambience.
Hidden behind artwork inspired by a Japanese Suo design, a garment for Kyogen performance around 1700, is the TV. The middle panel, with its bronze, zinc and copper coatings, retracts to reveal the 65″ screen.
Two of the three papier-mâché panels made by London artist Andrea Maflin slide to the centre to allow a clear aft-to-bow view if desired.
An imposing Inuit sculpture in white Arctic marble compliments the free floating balustrade structure leading down to the guest areas.
6.2m Custom Line Novurania tender 183 hp
4.5m Nautica crew tender
Topper sailing dinghy
Hobie tandem kayak
2 x Inflatable kayaks with clear view bottom
Snorkelling gear for 10 guests
Water skiing, wake boards, inflatable tows
Air conditioning in aft cockpit and throughout the interiors