|PRICE FROM||€770,000 / Per Week|
9.5 meter (31') custom luxury Vikal sports tender with diving rack and jet ski-carrying capabilities
9.5m (31') custom luxury Vikal semi-limo tender with air-conditioned cabin
6.7 meter (22') Malibu wake setter VLX tender
22' Zodiac inflatable rescue tender
4 Yamaha FX waverunners
Kaleidescape movie on demand system throughout yacht
Satellite television - dvd - music bouquet on demand through wireless
iPod docking system throughout
Crestron Control system
Introducing Oceanco yacht ANASTASIA, a luxurious and spectacular superyacht, designed for Mediterranean yacht charters. The largest yacht built by Oceanco in 2008, mega yacht ANASTASIA represents over 75 meters of timeless elegance, designed to the exacting demands of experienced designer, Sam Sorgiovanni.
Luxury yacht charter motor yacht ANASTASIA sets unsurpassed standards of luxury and opulence. Guests will marvel at the level of detail and the broad sweeps of her imaginative open spaces.
She is as a superyacht should be – large, open, free from restraints, and a true reflection of all that makes the luxury yacht charter experience unforgettable.
The sleek, shark-bowed profile of this superyacht is eye-catching and consists of a stacked series of sculpted arcs with long interstitial slashes of tinted glass. Such ultra-modern styling should not cause an observer to take this megayacht for just another pretty, albeit unusual, face, however. She is built to Lloyd’s classification standards, meets all MCA rules, fields a crew of 20, and sports a garage large enough to house a limo tender, a runabout, four waverunners, and a host of other toys.
The charter yacht also offers a movie theater and massage suite in combination with plush accommodations for 12. Fitted with a bulbous bow that boosts waterline length, she cruises at 15 knots and reportedly achieves a top speed of 18 knots.
Delivered in June 2008 by world-renowned shipbuilder, Oceanco, the yacht debut took place at the 2008 Monaco Yacht Show. At 75.50m (247.7 feet), she is the third in the new generation Oceanco yachts to be launched after Amevi and Alfa Nero. Modern lines and a contemporary style are the features of this elegant 75.50-meter yacht. Designed by Sam Sorgiovanni with a beam of 13.40 meters, she boasts extraordinary volumes.
The yacht features six decks and offers a two-level owner’s suite, five guest cabins, a ten seat cinema, fully-equipped gym, and salon and dining room divided by an aquarium featuring a lifelike artificial reef. The timeless Sorgiovanni interior mixes various distinctive and exceptional materials, including bamboos and textured leathers, in imaginative and inspiring ways.
As mentioned earlier, the tender garage hosts a large array of tenders and water sports equipment: a 9.5 meter limousine and a similar-sized sports runabout, four jet skis, and many other water toys, including a full dive store. Her swim platform incorporates a drop-down section to easily access the sea and, on sundeck, a touch-and-go helipad.
The yacht accommodates a crew of twenty in an exceptionally crew- and owner-friendly layout enabling for the efficient and discreet fulfillment of any and all her guests’ requirements. This vessel can accommodate 12 guests in her elegant suites, comprising, owner’s master master suite, 2 VIP suites, and 3 guest suites. All providing the ultimate levels of sophistication and luxurious comfort.
The Master Suite features a king-size bed with a skylight atrium above the bed that allows you to cover it for privacy. Other amenities include: private balcony; 50′ retractable plasma TV with an additional TV monitor in the bathroom, so you can relax in the bath while watching your favorite movie; a Study; His & Hers separate bathrooms; state-of-the-art entertainment and sound system; Dressing room with dressing table; and heated bathroom flooring.
Throughout the yacht, including all cabins, there is access to a Kaleidescape movie-on-demand system, as well as satellite television, DVD, and music on demand via a Crestron Control system, and iPod docking stations.