Unfortunately I have no information about this beautiful boat, but only the photos.
All I know is that she was built in 1965 and these are the refit photos below.
She is really something, right?
45m Conversion expedition 'Prometej' was built in 1957 by Galatz Cant Santiebul and last refitted in 2007. This luxury vessel's sophisticated exterior design and engineering are the work of Waterline Yacht Design. The yacht's interior has been designed by Alberta Ferretti and her exterior styling is by Waterline Yacht Design. More info on Yacht Charter Fleet
Built by Turquoise Yachts splashed in 2009 this 32m wooden classic beauty was designed by Hoek Design.
You can see some of the interior photos here and for more information may visit here.
She is a beautiful 50m long custom expedition yacht with masculine lines.
The builder is Perini Navi, as well as the interior designer; whereas the exterior design belongs to Vitruvius.
A few photos are seen here but do not hesitate to visit Yacht Charter Fleet for more information.
Well, you may want to charter her...
This beautiful boat of 52 meters had been built by Benetti Yachts and was delivered in 2004. The styling belonged to S. Natucci and the interiors belonged to Lazzarini Pickering.
The brave "Zen" style interiors are quite interesting and attractive for a motoryacht. May be sometimes a bit busy but still a very innovative design issues are seen for a yacht interior, which is mind opening...
Well, among the living areas which are placed in yachts; single cabins are not at the first raw, to be honest.
By saying "living area" I eliminate the engine room and the wheelhouse; one of which is the heart and the latter is the brain.
So amongst the other areas left in a yacht; the main living area is generally considered to be the deck, the exterior areas. This is valid for the yachts that are used during the summer time, of course.
The second important overall; and the first one on the interior is generally accepted as the main saloon. Then comes the master suite; and after that if there is no vip cabin; comes the single cabin...
However, if you are not a yacht owner; the cabin you will sleep in would most probably will the single one.
Since they are also designed in a way that enables them to be converted into a double cabin; they are considered as quite functional areas.
Well, let's see same examples:
She is a 56m beauty built by Perini Navi, designed by Ron Holland and with the interiors by Remi Tessier. Although she was launched in 2009, she still has a very uptodate and elegant design.
Below are some photos of the boat.
This pretty girl had been built in 1965 and been renovated by Mitchell Turnbough for his family.
I have to say that I really love this boat. Not only because it is a beautiful design; unfortunately I do not know the designer of the boat; but also because she is very immaculately renovated.
Check the photos out and dream yourself on board this 20m classic beauty...
Mystic is a 46m motoryacht, built CMB Yachts in Turkey; with an engineering-exterior design by Diana Yacht Design and interior by Schnaase Design.
She is a GRP boat with gross tonnage of 455 t, with 13knots cruising speed. She sleeps 10 guests and 8 crews in her luxurious and beautifully designed cabins.
This motoryacht, built in 2010, features a style that is still modern and up-to-date.
Design is the Salt X Pepper of life. It is not a must, but if you have it, then you have the appetite for life.