|REFIT YEAR||Never refit|
|PRICE FROM||$455,000 / Per Week|
2 Yamaha jetskis
Inflatable towing toys
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Built by Feadship, the 61.20 meter MAJESTIC is full of surprises. Designers De Voogt Naval Architects, the owners, and interior designer Jim Harris have taken the classical concept of a Feadship as their blueprint, then created a yacht that is very much at home in the 21st century. In doing so, the partners have ensured that this mega yacht combines unprecedented attention to detail and nautical elegance with the very latest technologies.
Seen from a distance, with her delightful semi-canoe stern and varnished teak cap rails, MAJESTIC has a genuinely classic look with various subtle enhancements that make her very much a timeless yacht of today.
Her balanced and clean profile offers a clear evolution from the classic yachts of the last century, with all the finest features retained, updated, and enhanced to today’s super yacht requirements. A wealth of soft curves and large radiuses, a sophisticated mix of shapes on the horizontal and vertical plane, an absence of harsh lines, the reversed rake on the stainless steel stanchions. MAJESTIC encompasses 100 years of yacht styling.
If you seek a luxury yacht charter, you will find it onboard this motor yacht.
Step inside, and you will enter the epitome of modern nautical style and hardware. In fact, although discretely concealed, the yacht has the highest possible specification in terms of her high-tech AV set-up (essential for the convertible cinema), sophisticated satellite and internet connections, and her overall systems.
The man responsible for her interior style is Arizona-based designer Jim Harris. The degree of customization could not be higher as Jim has been responsible for designing and styling the owner’s houses and airplanes during a 30-year relationship.
As a result, this mega yacht feels more like a mansion than a typical yacht, with a completely fresh feel and genuinely refreshing approach.
One of the most fascinating features of the interior is the high degree of contrast between light and dark elements, primarily achieved by using the same woods in different proportions on different decks; for example, on the lower deck where there is less natural light, the paneling is satin white with ebony walnut furniture. The further you travel upwards in the yacht, the darker the living areas become; thus, we see an increasing use of the warm beige pickled oak in the main deck lounge, with wood trimming on the chairs, while ebony wood predominates in the bridge deck lounge. This creates three distinctive levels, each with their own feel, yet all harmonized into a distinctive whole, by, for instance, keeping the corridors and staterooms light.
The stunning sun deck fits this impressive yacht perfectly. It has three distinct areas, each with a dedicated function: The central enclosed part is a gym with varnished interwoven teak parquet. The gym is linked to the forward outdoor section through glass doors. This consists of a seating area, a beautifully varnished teak bar with stools and a dumbwaiter station, and a spa pool flanked by sun pads further forward. The awnings are fixed to avoid trouble in adverse weather conditions. The sun lounging area aft, which fits eight chaises lounges and includes plenty of room in the shade, is so large that it can be converted into a helipad thanks to the removable aft bulwark and cap rail segments.
The wide array of watertoys includes two large Yamaha Jet Skis as well as kayaks, windsurfers, a wakeboard, and diving gear. There are two Nautica RIB tenders for high-speed fun.