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SOLANDGE [Video]

Massive Yacht Features Excellent Design And Superb Charter Layout


At anchor - green islands in background - blue water - yacht facing right
This yacht has taken eco-friendly initiatives
VESSEL SPECIFICATIONS
NAME SOLANDGE [Video]
PREVIOUS NAME Project Niki
BEAM 13.8 (45′)
DRAFT 3.9 (13′)
LENGTH 85.1 (279′)
CRUISING SPEED 15
BUILT 2013
REFIT YEAR
MANUFACTURER Lurssen
CREW 29
GUESTS 12
STATE ROOMS 8
DESTINATIONS
  • St. Barts
  • Caribbean - Virgin Islands - St. Martin - St. Barts
  • France - Italy - Monaco - Croatia - Spain
  • PRICE FROM €910,000 / Per week
    TOYS AND TENDERS

    Elevator lift from tank deck to bridge deck
    WiFi
    Gymnasium
    Approved RYA watersports center
    2 deck jacuzzis
    11 meter Fjord tender with 2 300 horsepower diesel engines
    10 meter Naiad tender with 2 300 horsepower diesel engines
    7.4 meter Centurion wake boat tender with 300 horsepower diesel engine
    3 Yamaha VXR VX1800AM Waverunners
    Yamaha Super Jet SJ700BM Stand Up Jet Ski
    2.8 meter Narwhal Jet Boat 0100580 Sea Jet with Yamaha 110 horsepower engine
    3 F5 SeaBobs
    5 Wakeboards
    4 Wake Surfboards
    3 Hobie Inflatable Kayaks
    6 Stand Up Paddleboards SUP's
    Brownie's Explorer F285X Third Lung Hookah System with 4 cycle OHV gasoline engine
    5 Towable Tubes
    Jellyfish Net
    Dive resort certified SCUBA diving facility
    RDT Unit
    Advanced medical equipment - Remote diagnostic telemedicine
    6.3 meter Fassmer Rescue Boat with 212 horsepower engine - SOLAS approved
    Office
    Media Center
    Kaleidescape M700
    Blu-Ray
    Kmusic Players Music on Demand
    Mac mini Apple TV's with Airplay to all guest areas
    Sky TV boxes access European TV, Direct TV United States TV, Kartina IPTV Russian TV
    Crestron
    SeaTel 6006 TVRO system for TV reception
    iPad and iPod docking and charging stations throughout
    Apple airplay throughout
    Sim 2 projector
    External cinema screen
    Russian Karaoke system
    Jacuzzi on owner's deck
    Jacuzzi on sun deck
    Swimming pool with water jet (5.5 meter 18 foot long x 2.5 meters or 8.2 feet wide)
    Barbecue grill on sundeck
    Bike
    Elliptical trainer in gym
    Multi-trainer in gymnasium
    Treadmill
    Fully-equipped gym with sliding doors
    Sauna and spa wellness area with massage room, hydrotherapy bath, hammam, and full-service beauty salon
    Beach club with day head, shower, and sauna
    Sundeck that transforms into outdoor cinema or party venue by night has DJ booth, karaoke, and lighting system.
    Sun deck jacuzzi converts to a floating dance floor
    Yacht is a certified RYA Instructor SCUBA Dive School
    Certified RYA SCUBA Instructor on board

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    Upon stepping aboard the impressive 85.10 meter Lurssen yacht SOLANDGE, it is abundantly clear this superyacht represents the very latest in high-end luxury cruising.  The vision of an owner ready to upgrade from a 63 meter Lürssen, a team of architects and designers have taken great care to capture the owner’s requirement of a yacht with great volume cloaked behind the lines of a sleek, elegant hull.  A seasoned crew are onboard motor yacht SOLANDGE to ensure every guest will enjoy the ultimate superyacht experience.

    The owner of Lürssen superyacht SOLANDGE brought together a dream team of designers to embody his vision of a vessel that is both familial and commercial.  A large family can enjoy an intimate vacation on this yacht, as easily as a corporate client could host a business function or cocktail party as part of a Cannes Film festival yacht charter.

    Richard Masters was brought in to serve as the owner’s project manager and to coordinate the efforts of famous exterior designer Espen Oeino, celebrity interior designer Aileen Rodriguez, and the project team of shipbuilder Lürssen.  Oeino is credited with creating the yacht’s harmonious proportions, which he effortlessly hides under a dark blue hull.  Rodriguez’s interior offers classical touches within the constraints of a contemporary backdrop.  Her mixing of rare natural materials gives the yacht its signature look and luxurious style.

    Lürssen  – A Name Synonymous With Custom Built Superyachts

    Entering through the main entrance, attention is immediately fixated on golden lighted art-piece named the “Tree of Life.” Over 1,200 dazzling points of light illuminate the 15 meter tall sculpture that covers the entire height from the tank deck up to the bridge deck and is surrounded by the stainless steel and leather floating staircase.

    From the main entrance foyer, guests can transverse the multiple decks by way of the impressive staircase encompassed by an antique Venetian mirror, or by the adjacent elevator, accessible to all decks from the tank deck to the bridge. Aft of the foyer, guests pass into the main salon. Designed to capture the style and elegance of the owner’s lifestyle, the main salon features a formal dining table with seating for twelve guests and a bar with curved artwork glass panels and purple upholstered fabric panels that match the amethyst stone top. Back-lit amethyst walls flank the room which features a Bechstein piano on one side and a Venetian mirror and console on the other. This is an enormous room, but comfortable couches and chairs arranged in conversation areas create a feeling of calm and intimacy rarely seen in such large spaces.

    While most yachts feature cabins on a lower deck, forward of the foyer is a guest office and five guest suites, including a large VIP suite. The VIP space can convert into two cabins rather than one large suite.  The ultimate layout in terms of family or corporate accommodation flexibility, the VIP and two guest suites feature double beds, while the other two guest suites feature twin beds convertible into king-size beds.

    The owners’ suite rivals those found in the finest resorts.  Amenities include large windows for spectacular 180 degree panoramic views, a private study, a fireplace, and his-and-hers bathrooms and personal dressing rooms. Two side doors provide access to a  private outdoor deck with intimate seating and a private infiniti-style Jacuzzi.

    Other interior areas include a cozy upper deck (sky) lounge, a cinema room on the tank deck, and a day spa on the bridge deck. The spa boasts a massage room, as well as a hammam, a beauty salon, sauna, steam room, shower, gym and special hydrotherapy tub room for exclusive treatments.

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    Outdoor recreation and relaxation areas include a massive aft deck with a large table for up to 14 guests and a smaller table for six guests. The sides of the aft deck can be closed with glass panels to suppress any poor weather conditions.  The aft deck also boasts a large seating area for relaxation with sun protection provided by triangular awnings.

    The outside aft deck also features a large 6 meter pool with jet flow for resistance swimming.  The pool is surrounded by sun beds, seating areas, and a bar. Stairways lead to the top deck, which functions as a sundeck by day and a party deck at night. The topdeck features a Jacuzzi surrounded by lounges, a bar, and two televisions.  At night, the Jacuzzi can be covered to create a dance floor and a DJ console and colored party lights make this deck the perfect place to celebrate.

    For relaxation closer to the water there is a beach club area which includes a day head, full shower, sauna, and pantry for drinks and snacks. The hydraulic stern door opens flush to the water’s edge and serves as a sunning platform as well as a place to board the tenders or waverunners.

    In keeping with the goal of sustainability and eco-friendly operations, the superyacht is fully compliant with current IMO air pollution guidelines.  Emissions are kept low via HUG particle filters and soot burners attached to the exhaust system.   The system provides excellent fuel efficiency, as heat is not generated electrically but directly by burning spare fuel, thus demanding less generator capacity.